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Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
The Music Theory for Singers Series is geared specifically for voice students and singers. The series helps students understand the fundamentals of theory related to voice, apply it to the varied repertoire they learn throughout the year and become not only better singers, but also educated musicians.
Music Theory for Singers Level 1 includes:
Author(s): Simon L. Dalley
Ideas of Modern Physics is a compact, comprehensive but accessible survey which requires no more (or less) from the reader than intellectual curiosity. The Big Bang, Space-Time, Higgs Boson, Schrodinger’s Cat. This book presents BIG ideas about the universe in a non-mathematical framework accessible to all. It explores ideas modern physics has proposed to make sense of our experiences, shaping our way of life.
New Eleventh Edition Coming Soon!
Set to be released in a new eleventh edition, Contemporary American Speeches serves as a core textbook in courses such as Contemporary Public Address, Rhetorical criticism, and Contemporary Speakers and Speeches. The publication integrates 27 speeches by well-known speakers that typify current public scrutiny of some of society’s most pressing questions.
New Edition Coming Soon!
Our quality of life is inextricably linked to the quality of our communication and the quality of our personal relationships. The quality of sexual relationships has a significant bearing on our wellness, too.
Author(s): Steven Barracca
Introduction to Political Philosophy provides an accessible entree for college students to the important issues, concepts, and theories that comprise the on-going conversation of western political thought. Rather than offer a comprehensive survey or thematic approach, this five-part text examines and compares the ideas of six key thinkers representing diverse perspectives. Part I, Politics and the Character of the People, explores the enduring impact of Aristotle’s virtue ethics on contemporary debates surrounding justice, citizenship, and the legislatio
Author(s): Jennifer Turley
Food Values, Diet Design & Health provides a refreshing nutrition educational perspective for students and instructors. The content is delivered in the format of literature review articles with review question and study sheet features included for each article. The 14 topic articles are relevant for nutrition enthusiasts and unique for modern nutrition curriculum. Students learn nutrition concepts a step deeper than a foundation level and apply the knowledge. The nutritional values of food are mastered through this applied approach.
Wheaton Passage is Wheaton College’s first-year student transition program that is specifically designed to help you form friendships and effectively navigate the transition into Wheaton. Designed and run by HoneyRock, the College’s Outdoor Center for Leadership Development, and the Christian Formation and Ministry Department, Passage has a long history of enhancing the first-year experience by providing a small group of peers, an upper-class mentor and a faculty leader to every student before they arrive on campus.
Author(s): Timothy R Graeff
Marketing Research for Managerial Decision Making: Data Analytics Using Microsoft Excel examines the role of marketing research in helping marketing managers make marketing decisions.
Human Communication in Action provides students with a valuable resource that can be used beyond the classroom by bringing together leading innovative scholars of Communication as contributors for this human communication textbook. Each unit presents overarching concepts of communication in an easy-to-read and practical manner. The first unit begins with a discussion of human communication fundamentals, ethics, verbal communication, nonverbal communication, and culture and communication. The second unit is dedicated to the art of public speaking and listening.