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Author(s): Sarah Satterfield
Introduction to Humanities: An Outline Guide is the outgrowth of many years of teaching Humanities at the collegiate level. Students are often overwhelmed by the amount of material in Humanities texts. Introduction to Humanities: An Outline Guide is a synthesis and reduction of this material. The text is a guide only that Instructors can lecture as usual while students fill in their booklets, thus offering a guided notetaking experience. Content is current and page layout easy to read.
Communication Training & Development: Exploring the Cutting Edge
By: Sakile Camara, Mark Orbe, Sidney Kozhi Makai, Lea Gilinets, Rodney Reynolds, Vince Cyboran, Denis Collins, Morgan Jones, Orlando Jr Blake, Patricia Burnett, Kathy Beasley, Sally Fox, Raymonda Burgman, Margaret Baker, Michael Zirulnik, Kathleen Iverson, Leigh Ann Howard, Paul Archer, Bridget Sampson, Alica Boards, Stephanie Sanders, J. Lynn Reynolds, Daniel Lawrence, Serena Santillanes
Author(s): Sakile Camara, Mark Orbe, Sidney Kozhi Makai, Lea Gilinets, Rodney Reynolds, Vince Cyboran, Denis Collins, Morgan Jones, Orlando Jr Blake, Patricia Burnett, Kathy Beasley, Sally Fox, Raymonda Burgman, Margaret Baker, Michael Zirulnik, Kathleen Iverson, Leigh Ann Howard, Paul Archer, Bridget Sampson, Alica Boards, Stephanie Sanders, J. Lynn Reynolds, Daniel Lawrence, Serena Santillanes
Communication Training & Development: Exploring the Cutting Edge presents a progressive look at training from multiple perspectives including scholars in the field and practitioners. This book also provides an interesting, practical discussion of the interrelationship between communication and the field of training and development. It also incorporates new material on diversity and inclusion, storytelling as a training methodology, contracts, and a host of communication topics for workplace training.
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): Ismael Perez
Author(s): Christopher Stanley, Lauren Stanley
Understanding Lifespan Development is an excellent selection for college courses such as Lifespan Development, Developmental Psychology, and Human Behavior in the Social Environment. Some unique features make this book particularly attractive for instructors and students.
Author(s): ANTHONY PEYRONEL
Public Relations Primer provides a concise but substantive overview of the public relations field. It covers the essential aspects of public relations in a down-to-earth style that is likely to resonate with both students and professionals.
The book combines relevant personal examples with references to some of the leading authorities in the discipline. Areas of emphasis include internal communication, media relations, ethics, crisis management and organizational leadership. Sample emails, news releases and story pitches are also provided.
Author(s): Ann Bainbridge Frymier
Students want to learn how to persuade parents, teachers, and classmates.
Teachers often view a skills approach as too limiting and focus on theories of persuasion.
Persuasion: Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice features an unprecedented fusion of the persuasion skills that students seek, integrated with persuasion theories instructors want to teach - the two approaches that have often been at odds with one another.