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Author(s): Jacqueline Louise Wahrmund
Introductory Animal Science: The Biology of Domestic Animals delivers the foundation for all future Animal Science courses. Topics including genetics, reproduction, and nutrition provide basic understanding of the major Animal Science disciplines. Additional topics of anatomy, animal health, and animal/environment interactions outline the essentials of animal care. Laboratory exercises, homework assignments, and chapter review questions supplement the material to enhance student success in ASC 101: Domestic Animal Biology.
Author(s): Tiantian Zheng, Jack Wortman
HIV/AIDS Through an Anthropological Lens focuses on the global pandemic that has a profound impact on the world we are living in today. In many parts of the world, the infection has severely eroded the political, economic, and social fabric. This book provides an answer to how we can better understand the issue of HIV/AIDS in order to curb its transmission. It shows that it is not merely a medical problem, but is also a complex social, political, and economic problem that crystallizes class distinction, gender inequality, power hierarchy, and cultural beliefs.
Author(s): Stephen Holmes, Bryan Holmes
This book is carefully constructed to allow students the chance to understand the research process. The first half of the class introduces students to general concepts and levels the playing field for those that may not have had a college-level statistics course before. Then we move to an analysis of the concepts of central tendency and the central limit theorem.
Author(s): Lurline Whittaker
The Fundamentals of Family and Consumer Sciences is intended to be a comprehensive and up to date reference text for students of Family and Consumer Sciences, human development, family studies and nutrition. This text will be a major source of information to health care professionals seeking to understand related issues that are sometimes complicated by social and economic circumstances of the family and their environment.
Author(s): Mark P. Hanebutt
The face of journalism has changed. The evening news is rife with personality, commentary, and political polarization. Blogs are doubling as news sites, and anybody with a cell phone thinks he's a journalist. Citizens say they can no longer tell fake news from real news, fact from opinion. As a result, trust in the media has plummeted at a time when the world needs more and better information than ever before.
Author(s): Ronald L Sumner
iIdeas: How Ideas Shape Your Creativity, Your Technology, and Your World aids in critical thinking, the formation of a Biblical foundation and the ability to analyze systems of thought. This text also demonstrates how different ideas result in different types of culture and examines today’s culture and how it is based on ancient thought. A wealth of Scripture, hundreds of live links to web articles and videos, as well as ten videos by the author are included with this text.
Author(s): Gabriel Colella
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Author(s): Aixi Zhou
The applied engineering experiments in this book are designed to cover some fundamental hands-on skills in engineering practice. Topics include metrology for dimensional and temperature measurements, properties and behavior of solid materials, properties and behavior of fluids, and product design and prototype. These experiments will help students transform the meaning of science and engineering principles into understanding and apply them in hands-on activities.
Author(s): Sean Brierley
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Communication is an integral part of our everyday life. Every day, everybody creates and receives communication, and content, and receives communication, or content. Being able to do both things well is advantageous to you, professionally and personally, those you interact with, and those you work for.