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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): Linda Dawn Lukas
This practically focused textbook cuts through the fluff to cover the core skills and knowledge needed for effective reading and writing. With chapters on the writing process, paragraphs, evaluating and incorporating research results, the structure of arguments, and the rhetorical patterns of development, students have effective, scaffold instruction in all the basic elements of reading and composition at a college level.
Author(s): Doris P Screws, Angela Shorter
This book is designed to help individuals understand how their lives can be enhanced by making and implementing appropriate healthy fitness and wellness choices throughout one’s lifetime. Choices made today will shape your future in all dimensions of wellness. In order to enjoy the highest quality of life, combat degenerative diseases, and cope effectively with day-to-day stressors, a commitment must be made to implement and consistently practice positive fitness and wellness behaviors.
Author(s): Davita Silfen Glasberg, Kenneth Neubeck
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Sociology: Diversity and Change in the Twenty-First Century stimulates readers’ sociological imaginations by using core sociological concepts to explore basic issues that may challenge their taken-for-granted world.
Author(s): Regina M Williams Davis, Temeka L Carter, Robin N Buckrham
This text serves as a springboard for learning and a roadmap to help readers create a knowledge of what it means to be African American in this country. Each section of this book provides basic concepts and ideas for the reader to actively participate in the learning process by researching, writing, dialogue, and experience.
Author(s): Kathryn Raign, Heather Huggett
Writing for Results: An Introduction to Writing in the Real World of Science and Technology is a student-friendly text breaking down scientific, professional, and technical writing in two parts: Preparing to Write and Reasons for Writing.
Writing for Results: An Introduction to Writing in the Real World of Science and Technology: