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Author(s): RYAN PACE
Understanding the legal environment in which businesses operate is a critical component of success for all business leaders and decision-makers.
The Legal Environment of Business by Ryan H. Pace introduces fundamental legal topics relating to the U.S. Constitution, ethics, dispute resolution, crimes, torts, property, contracts, business entities, securities, agency, employment discrimination, debtor-creditor relationships, negotiable instruments, administrative process, environment, wills and trusts, insurance, and more.
Author(s): Perry Goldstein
Rudiments of Music covers the basics of Western classical tonal music theory, though it is applicable to a broad range of other music as well. Written for the beginner, experienced musicians who want to learn the fundamentals of tonal theory will also find it useful. The book covers basic notation of pitch and rhythm, major and minor keys, intervals, chords, harmony, and other concepts essential to a fundamental understanding of tonal music. Students are guided in the composition of melodies and melodies with chordal accompaniment.
Author(s): Don Lowe
Media for Your Life: A Consumer's Guide to Everything Media introduces students to mass communication theories of media literacy and mass media effects research. It also includes a comprehensive history of mass media development in the United States (and worldwide).
This publication allows students to become more informed consumers of mass media products while learning the fundamentals of the mass media industry and the continually emerging field of mass media effects research.
Biology I Laboratory is an introduction to applying the scientific method and using common laboratory procedures and equipment. This course is designed to develop a student's ability to think, work, and write like a scientist. Lab topics will include experimental design, enzyme kinetics, scientific writing, cell structure, and genetics.
Author(s): Janet McKenney
A Guidebook to Presentation Speaking, 7th edition, has been significantly expanded to follow the template of the Five Canon approach. Presentation speaking has been chosen as the title because presentations are used more frequently than public speaking. Presentation speaking includes situations where speakers use both verbal and nonverbal communication to send messages to audiences creating relationships with people who are usually present. Public speaking is a specialized form of speaking used in organizations, communities, and government settings.