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Author(s): Robert Rex Welshon, Patrick Yarnell , Lorraine Marie Arangno
A Critical Thinking Workbook: Formal and Informal Reasoning communicates the necessity of organized and structured thinking and writing in students’ lives.
Author(s): Dorothy Weaver
An engaging and informative text for freshman or sophomore-level sociology majors or non-sociology majors at any point in their program, Social Problems in the 21st Century helps students bridge the gap between their individual experience and the wider social world. Grounding social problems in historical, cultural, and structural context, each chapter uses classical theory and contemporary analyses to explore the causes of social problems and present solutions.
Author(s): Jeffrey Hoover
The Arts and Society: Making New Worlds, by Jeffrey Hoover, describes the evolving world of the arts and how it impacts our lives. This book was written to help one enter into a significant dialogue about the arts while leveraging ideas and values communicated by this mirror of society.
Author(s): Donna Stevenson
Whether you teach a traditional or accelerated developmental writing course Sparks: A Reader to Energize Writing offers a blend of reading strategies, essays, punctuation exercises, basic research documentation, and rhetorical modes—all in one text and written in a tone that speaks directly to students.
Author(s): Davita Silfen Glasberg, Kenneth Neubeck
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Sociology: Diversity and Change in the Twenty-First Century stimulates readers’ sociological imaginations by using core sociological concepts to explore basic issues that may challenge their taken-for-granted world.
Author(s): Joel Heck
History & Literature of the Old Testament is author Joel D. Heck’s result of years of study of the Old Testament, preaching on the Old Testament, and teaching the Old Testament. This textbook is written under the conviction that most introductions to the Old Testament are written at the level of the seminary or graduate student. Many fine introductions exist, and the author is indebted to many of them.
Author(s): Robert Owusu
Introduction to Religion provides a study that draws from diverse academic and disciplinary approaches to understand, appreciate, compare, and contrast the conceptual and experiential dimensions of religion that give meaning and purpose to adherents. It points out key elements of the religions of the world which provide practical demonstration of religious discourse described in the early chapters of the book.
Author(s): ANOKA RAMSEY FYE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Thriving in the Community College & Beyond delivers content through modalities that are both visual and emotional. Snapshot summary boxes, concept maps, humorous illustrations, authors’ experiences, content-relevant quotes from successful people in multiple fields, and first-hand perspectives of current college students appear throughout.
Author(s): Herschel Greenberg
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