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Author(s): NELSON MOSES, HARRIET KLEIN
When working with speech-language problems, the clinician engages in the complex decision-making, problem-solving process that is “intervention planning.” There are no failsafe therapeutic recipes for resolving such issues.
Author(s): William McLaury, Eugene Spiegle
Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, A Practitioner’s Perspective is based on both authors many years of experience working in the field of supply chain management. It addresses the most fundamental concepts and best practices of contemporary supply chain management from the tactical and strategic perspectives, and is based on supply chain operations in the real world. The text provides a comprehensive overview of the business processes, value creating activities, and best practices for managing the end-to-end supply chain – from forecasting and demand manage
Author(s): Virginia P Richmond, Jason S Wrench, James C McCroskey
Scared Speechless: Communication Apprehension, Avoidance, and Effectiveness by Virginia P. Richmond, Jason S. Wrench, and James C. McCroskey examines the most widespread communication problem in our society, shyness, defining the issue and exploring why it occurs.
Intended for those people who are “scared speechless” in some or most environments, the new seventh edition provides various methods that have been developed to help people overcome apprehension and anxiety about communicating.
Author(s): Ernie Dorling
A major difference between Criminal Investigation: A Practitioner’s Approach by Ernie Dorling and many of the other fine introductory books on criminal investigation is that this book aims to aid the student in walking and building the foundation of basic knowledge necessary to pursue a more advanced study of this topic.
Author(s): Jane Legacy, Arlene Westphal, Gary Lewallen
Twenty-first century workplace skill requirements include the critical thinking involved in learning relevant software for a particular field, and knowing the best technology to use for given situations.
Leveraging Technology for Learning helps students develop a deeper understanding of computer literacy, mobile technology, and problem-solving using digital technology.
Author(s): Jürgen W. Kremer, River Jackson-Paton
Telling our personal story is one of the most powerful tools for self-understanding, the integration of information, and critical insight. This unique approach to ethnic studies and the psychology of identity is designed to utilize autobiographical storytelling to facilitate a process of transformative identity politics.
Author(s): Kenneth Buckley, Jeffrey S. Stubbs, Michael C. Estepp
College to the Career You Love was written to give college students the courage and confidence to take ownership of their careers.
Author(s): Bill Strom, Divine Agodzo
More Than Talk: A Covenantal Approach to Everyday Communication introduces readers to everyday communication principles and practices from a Christian perspective.
Author(s): William T. Hoston
Listen to Me Now, or Listen to Me Later: A Memoir of Academic Success for College Students provides college students with key strategies and methods for achieving academic success. It gives advice to students on how to approach and handle trials and tribulations, gain self-awareness, and become an active learner while in college. This is an important read for students that need motivation to stay the path and complete their college education.
Author(s): Dina Marie Zemke
Managing the Built Environment in Hospitality Facilities provides an introduction to managing hospitality buildings and grounds for non-technical managers – an ideal foundation for hospitality management students and emerging managers in the industry.
The 2nd edition features shorter chapters to provide material in more focused, “bite-sized” chunks. The book consists of 23 chapters, organized into four distinct sections: