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Author(s): Ron Gaines
The Accidence of Anatomy contains the core essentials of a stand-alone sophomore-level human anatomy course. It is aligned with learning objectives established by the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) and designed to create competent students who will be nationally-competitive for admission to health-care programs. To minimize cost to students, it is intended for use with an anatomy text (Figure references are to Marieb, Wilhelm, & Mallatt Human Anatomy 8e).
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): Linda Dawn Lukas
This practically focused textbook cuts through the fluff to cover the core skills and knowledge needed for effective reading and writing. With chapters on the writing process, paragraphs, evaluating and incorporating research results, the structure of arguments, and the rhetorical patterns of development, students have effective, scaffold instruction in all the basic elements of reading and composition at a college level.
Author(s): Frank Scalambrino
Introduction to Ethics: A Primer for the Western Tradition is designed for Introduction to Ethics courses which survey the history of ideas in the Western philosophical tradition. Introducing students to essential normative and meta-ethical distinctions both in regard to perennial primary sources and in abstract form, this book has been deliberately constructed in a style geared toward learning and remembering core material, while facilitating the comparison of ideas across the history of the Western tradition.
Author(s): Herschel Greenberg
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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): Kevin Krisciunas
This is a book by an astronomer, but it is not primarily about astronomy...
Author(s): Wayne Allen, Kebba Darboe
This book gives students a brief introduction to the discipline of Ethnic Studies, its history, theories, methods and application to real world problems. It starts with a brief historical overview of this relatively new academic discipline and explores some basic definitions and concepts, along with particular theoretical approaches that demarcate the discipline in comparison to other neighboring fields in the social sciences.