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Author(s): Stanley Brown
Movement is a fundamental characteristic of life. Understanding the meaning of movement in the full context
of human endeavor is central to improving the quality of human experience, of life itself. Fundamentals of
Kinesiology showcases the transdisciplinary nature of the academic field of study centered on movement,
physical activity and sport. Three major sections of the book provide a comprehensive treatment of this diverse
academic field through detailed studies of the many disciplines and professions constituting kinesiology.
Author(s): Sascha McKeon
Essential Microbiology is an all-inclusive resource to students, serving as both textbook and lab manual to provide a foundation for allied health professionals and biology majors alike. Concepts are presented in easy to grasp excerpts making content accessible while maintaining rigor. Each chapter includes hands-on investigations and student worksheets, exposing students to 46 laboratory protocols.
Author(s): Colleen Harrington
The relationship between the community and the criminal justice system is an essential foundation for the protection of the community and the rights of each individual. This relationship has been challenging through history and remains so. The intricacies of the criminal justice system and community relationship are explored in this textbook. The significance of the historical treatment of marginalized groups is a foundation for understanding the challenges and tensions that remain.
Author(s): Robert F Ritchie, Herbert S. Pieper
American Military History explores a new ideological worldview of American military. Advocates of various social changes desiring acceptance use the military as a vehicle for expression at the beckoning of the president. Without question, the American military has opened doors for those left outside the mainstream of public education. A long tradition of servant-leadership has produced a system demonstrating excellence in education and in many ways continuing the servant leader tradition of leadership by trial.
Author(s): Ryan Pace
The study of tax law can be an intimidating task. Nevertheless, students wil find that being proficient in tax law can be very rewarding and prepares students for valuable career opportunities as accounting, tax advisors, and business consultants. Once a student understands the organization of the Internal Revenue Code and the overall method of determining an individual taxpayer's tax liability, learning the more complex parts of the tax law can be put in perspective and approached in a more structured manner.
Author(s): John Boyer, Robert F Ritchie
An Introduction to Geography from a Christian World View surveys geography from a regional and human perspective.
Author(s): Marcus Tanner
Many students are choosing interdisciplinary degrees as a way to explore and study multiple interests or one area of interest from multiple perspectives and often apply that learning in new and unique ways. Students love how the new Introduction to Integrative Studies text provides a foundation for learning in an interdisciplinary program!
Author(s): John Mott, Thomas Carney
It is imperative that aviation businesses play an active role in fostering a positive business climate for both their home airport and other airports within the airspace system.
Author(s): Ryan Pace
Business Entity Taxation rejects the traditional textbook method of providing the student with an onslaught of detail and complication. Rather, the focus is on a strong presentation of the fundamentals. To use a basketball analogy, a player must first develop a strong ability to pass, dribble and shoot. Once those skills are mastered, the student can readily adapt his or her skills to execute more advanced plays and sophisticated strategies presented by the coach.
Author(s): Daryl Worley
A comprehensive guide for theatre appreciation. Starting with ancient man and the Greeks and Romans the history of the theatre is explored throughout the text culminating with a look at the truly American theatre form, the Broadway musical. Twelve full plays are included in this text as well as a variety of activities for the students including discussion questions, chapter fill in the blank questions and character analysis forms. The written play review is encouraged and forms are provided for each of the plays within the text as well as forms for a play that the student sees in person.