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Author(s): Kim Largen
Environmental Science: Lab Manual and Notebook Volume 1: The Science serves two purposes:
Environmental Science: Lab Manual and Notebook Volume 1: The Science contains three sections:
Author(s): JOHN GENETTE, CLARK D. OLSON, Jennifer A Linde
There is a crying need for civility in our world. From families disagreeing at Thanksgiving tables to the halls of Congress, civility is in short supply. Most people can easily point to daily examples of incivility, but most people are unable to define “civility” or recognize what it looks like, much less practice it.
Author(s): Henry Jacoby
Why Philosophy Matters introduces readers to the subject matter of philosophy by looking at some of its traditional problems. Many introductory philosophy texts fail to engage their audience, and likewise fail to have the positive effect that a study of philosophy can produce.
Author(s): Jason "J-Sun" Noer
Music, Moves, and Mind-Sets is a unique intersection of Hip Hop dance practice and history, and pedagogy applicable for all levels of education. This book addresses how to engage historically underserved learners with Hip Hop art forms. J-Sun deploys his long-term involvement as a break(danc)er to create ways of teaching that not only use dance and music, but also the mind-sets a breaker develops in the cypher (competitive dance circle). He has also compiled one of the largest archives for Hip Hop artistic expressions and pedagogy in print.
Author(s): William McLaury, Eugene Spiegle
Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, A Practitioner’s Perspective is based on both authors many years of experience working in the field of supply chain management. It addresses the most fundamental concepts and best practices of contemporary supply chain management from the tactical and strategic perspectives, and is based on supply chain operations in the real world. The text provides a comprehensive overview of the business processes, value creating activities, and best practices for managing the end-to-end supply chain – from forecasting and demand manage
Author(s): Sarah Daniel Felmet , Chip Izard
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Author(s): Steve Ellyson, Frank Ragozzine, Vernon F Haynes, William Rick Fry, Jeffrey Coldren, Jane Kestner
General Psychology is a fifteen chapter introduction to psychology. It covers all the traditional, fundamental, content areas typically found in introduction psychology texts, such as perception, learning, development, as well as, areas such as human diversity and health pyschology.