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Author(s): William Montgomery, Andres Tijerina
In a strong narrative voice, Building a Democratic Nation: A History of the United States to 1877, Volume 1 tells stories of culture wars, nation building, freedom struggles, economic transformations, racial and ethnic pride, idealistic aspiration, human and environmental degradation, and technological advancement - just some of the many facets of American history.
Author(s): Mary Anne Eaton, Janet Rouslin, Dana Manning
Connections: Food, Nutrition, Health and Wellness is an introductory nutrition textbook designed for non-nutrition majors as well as allied health majors. The textbook covers all the essential nutrients and their relationship to your body’s functioning and well-being. The textbook also includes the latest information regarding nutrition information for the public sector such as the Dietary Guidelines and the new Nutrition Labeling guidelines.
Author(s): Regina M Williams Davis, Andrea Patterson
Intercultural Communication for Global Engagement explores issues and concerns of communication, culture and globalization through incorporating different perspectives including critical, interpretative, psychological, and social. The dialectical approach incorporated in the text is used as a framework to examine the dynamic nature of intercultural communication. Released on the heels of riots between African American communities and their city police, this text highlights how deficiencies in intercultural understanding contribute to civil unrest.
Author(s): Max Gillman, Stephen T. Scheid
Principles of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Approach presents the development of Macroeconomic Theory from its split into Neoclassical and Keynesian during the Great Depressions to its current form after the Great Recession. By showing how crises led to the development of macroeconomic theory, and how this development was rooted in microeconomics originally, the student gets a feeling of the changing nature of the science that economists call Macroeconomics.
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Author(s): Frank Pickard
"All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players..." William Shakespeare
Theatre Arts: Fundamental Theory & Practice is an easy to read, comprehensive textbook for both majors and non-majors. It offers a basic, solid understanding of the history, theory, and application of the art of theatre. Many of the different aspects of theatre arts are applicable to anyone's life, regardless of educational and professional aspirations.
Author(s): Nicole R Robinson, Fred P Spano, Suzanne N. Hall
Teaching Elementary Music creates cross-curricular transfers between music concepts and language arts, mathematics, social studies, physical education, and science. This text provides the elementary classroom teacher with a vast toolbox of contemporary approaches using clear, relevant, and practical strategies. Teaching Elementary Music may also serve as a supplemental resource for general music teachers, providing examples of how to best implement integration with integrity.