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Author(s): Julie Holzner
In the first four chapters, in Part One, there is an overview of basic economic concepts. In the last chapter of this part, the workings of markets is explained in great detail. It is essential for everybody who studies economics to understand how the forces of supply and demand interact in markets.
Part Two introduces the three most important variables in macroeconomics: GPD, inflation, and unemployment, which are used in later chapters to construct models to represent different theories about how the economy works.
Author(s): David C Nieman
Fitness & Your Health has been written to satisfy the general education requirement for physical education. In many colleges and universities students are given the option to take a class that focuses on fitness and health issues. Fitness & Your Health uses a physical fitness approach to educate the student on the most important health issues of our time.
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Human and Animal Interrelationships is a turn-key course package that takes a science-based, multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the nature, diversity and functions of human-animal relationships that have developed over time, geographic region, and cultural contexts.
Author(s): Mindy Mayol
Mindy Hartman Mayol’s Wellness: The Total Package is now delivered in a new interactive online publication format, yet, offers the familiar perspective of multi-dimensional wellness that includes additional chapter content and concepts. While thoughtful notations of the dimensions of wellness are often referenced, few discuss multidimensional wellness in significant detail or with a personal connection.
Author(s): Glenn Dolphin
Stories in Geology: What We Know and How We Figured it Out gets students thinking about the process of generating scientific knowledge and gives them the necessary skills to be critical of this knowledge. This text provides the history of how science knowledge came to be. It features short stories, poetry, art, and more as ways to demonstrate how science “fits” into the rest of life.