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Author(s): Stephen K Valdez
Stephen Valdez’ A History of Rock Music, an online interactive course, encourages the reader to listen intelligently and selectively to the music with which most of us are familiar, yet about which we are curiously uninformed.
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): TICIANO ALEGRE
Years ago, based on the need for a source that incorporated the lecture and the lab portion of Anatomy and Physiology, a text was built that encompassed both as well as benefit the student financially. The title of the text is Anatomy and Physiology: All Coming Together. To further improve the anatomical details, it was decided to add “Visible Body” as a great ancillary product that includes an anatomy atlas, videos, quizzes, and more.
Author(s): Linda Strause
The Science of Nutrition and Wellness is an introductory nutrition textbook designed for non-Biology majors. It covers the fundamentals of the science of nutrition and major physiological systems, including the G.I. tract, cardiovascular system and excretory system.
Author(s): Laural L. Adams
Essentials of Business Communication for Emerging Professionals introduces students to today’s professional communication practices and helps them develop key tools and habits to refine their communication skills and cultivate their executive presence — bridging the transition from student to professional.
Author(s): Lisa Sticca-Conrod
New Edition Available Fall 2019!
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Author(s): Kevin Salfen
Maybe you’ve noticed? Traditional music appreciation textbooks aren’t cutting it anymore. Conceived as streamlined, even “dumbed-down” chronological surveys of Euro-American music, they are increasingly distant from students whose literacy is more diverse. When these textbooks feature music from other cultures, it’s sidelined—often literally—a counterexample, a complement, reinforcing a hierarchy that today’s university students have every reason to challenge.