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Author(s): George Dery
The law touches everything, and each rule in the law affects each other.
Criminal Law aims to exploit the love for storytelling to teach criminal law. This text offers insight into various solutions to legal problems by viewing cases and statutes from many jurisdictions, and brings home the immediacy of these issues by considering cases in the news. Law is not a static body of fossilized rules; therefore, Criminal Law offers the rationales underlying the rules and explanations for their changes over time.
Author(s): Dianne Welsh, Shawn Carraher
Help Your Students Succeed as Global Entrepreneurs!
Global Entrepreneurship focuses on what you need to know about global entrepreneurship. It explains the principles that come from entrepreneurship, international business, cross-cultural management, strategy, exporting, international education, international economics and environmental concerns, and leadership.
Author(s): Eileen Ariza, Maria Coady
Why TESOL? Fifth Edition, provides classroom and preservice teachers with a knowledge base to effectively teach in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms in today’s global environment. It provides in depth theoretical background, legal information, and application for teachers to address the needs of English learners. Why TESOL? is written so teachers from various backgrounds and experiences can readily apply ESOL concepts to their individual mainstream classroom settings.
Author(s): Ronald Connolly, Christopher James Utecht
Skilled written communication is the foundation of effective service to communities. Police report writing has a long history in police education.
A Guide to Writing Quality Police Reports presents the fundamentals of police report writing and features new elements based on recent events incorporated into training future officers. This text encourages future police officers to become better report writers and to sustain learned skills throughout their careers.
A Guide to Writing Quality Police Reports:
Author(s): John Walker, Christopher John M. Walker
Tourism: Concepts and Practices was written to empower students and help them become future leaders in this great industry. It provides an overview of the world’s largest and fastest growing industry groupings. Each chapter contains information about the numerous tourism segments, the many different areas of career opportunities, and career paths as well as profiles of industry practitioners and leaders.
Tourism: Concepts and Practices features:
Author(s): Aaron Thompson, Reid Luhman, Milan Andrejevich, Matthew Howell, SCOTT POWELL
Designed to fit in a myriad of different course formats, The Sociological Outlook maps out the sociological journey for students. It is a text where the “classics” of sociology remain and the current status of society is reflected in statistics.
The new tenth edition of The Sociological Outlook:
Author(s): Victoria Time, W. Timothy Austin
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems encourages critical thinking by introducing students and policy makers to different ways of organizing the administration of justice in the different parts of the world without ethnocentric assumptions that ‘our’ ways must be superior to all others.
Author(s): Dianne Welsh, Shawn Carraher
You’ve Asked, and The Authors Listened…
Based on requests from instructors, Dianne H.B. Welsh and Shawn M. Carraher have compiled global cases that can be used alone or in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship, 4th edition through Kendall Hunt Publishing.
Author(s): Timothy Mottet, Sally Vogl-Bauer, Marian Houser
The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed. – Carl Jung
Your Interpersonal Communication: Nature/Nurture Intersections helps students better understand this “chemistry” by showing how an individual’s personality influences social style and interaction.
Author(s): John Paul, Mark Vermillion
Ignite Classroom Discussion “Right Off The Bat”
Sport Sociology: 10 Questions fuses sociological theories and concepts (mirrored with experiences from athletes and scholars of sport) to give students an applicable skill in applying the sociological imagination to classic and contemporary events of sport. The publication provides empirical and uniquely sociological insights into the relationships between sports and societal forces of gender, ethnicity, religion, the economy and other institutions.