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Author(s): Lori DeLaCruz, Brandon Morton, Yolanda Garcia Romero, Roy Vu
Throughout history, one can make connections to sustainability through the interpretation of a simple three-legged stool. Each leg represents a tenet of sustainability: environmental resilience, economic responsibility, social justice. In order for the stool to be stable, each leg must be the same length; if one or more legs is shorter than the others, the stool will wobble, becoming unstable. This is a familiar scenario throughout history, the Earth's inhabitants taking advantage of the environment and each other for economic gain.
Author(s): Timothy Jones , JAMES Mcintosh
Rock ‘n’ Roll: Origins & Innovators is a book designed specifically for high school, college and university “music appreciation” style courses. This book is a selection of key artists, groups, industry figures and events that have instrumentally shaped the world of rock and roll, providing the student with a broad understanding of a variety of areas on this subject.
Author(s): Elizabeth Barkley
Print book and eBook contain detailed table of contents and listening guide. The majority of content is on the website.
Author(s): Richard N Kahn
Fundamentals of Music: A Modern Approach is the perfect introductory music workbook for high school and college students
Fundamentals of Music: A Modern Approach delivers a fresh, comprehensive and comprehensible approach to music fundamentals by featuring fourteen detailed chapters, innovative tools, activities, worksheets, index and glossary.
Author(s): Lois Parrott
If you are looking for a text book that students can carry to and from class and also enjoy reading like a magazine, this is the text for you. This text is the best way to teach Humanities to students who are required to take an Introduction to the Humanities course. Essential Humanities was written with the present day, college student in mind. This book includes basic introductory material essential for students to gain an understanding about why the Humanities is worth their time and effort.
Author(s): Peter S Murano
Peter Murano’s Exploring Food Science & Technology introduces the subject of food science in a thorough, understandable way, making it the perfect text for both beginning majors as well as students who are simply curious about the field. It examines the interdisciplinary nature of food science and contains detailed chapters on topics such as food microbiology and toxicology, the molecular structure of food, nutrition, and food processing/engineering.
Author(s): Anil Walji
Anatomy forms the foundation for clinical medicine and provides the basis for its language, practice and procedures. A sound knowledge of anatomy remains the cornerstone of safe, effective clinical practice.
To fit this vital need, Interactive Clinical Anatomy: A Workbook of Lecture Notes, Illustrations, and Drawings paints a clear picture of the human body through the use of colorful diagrams.
Author(s): Marcos Arandia
Whereas most textbooks consist either of 1) anthologies consisting almost entirely of primary source material without commentary or explanation or 2) a series of summaries of classic texts containing little of what the philosophers themselves actually wrote, Competing Visions: An Introduction to Moral Philosophy steers a middle course between these two extremes by presenting the ideas of some of the greatest minds of the Philosophic Tradition in as close to their original form as possible, while at the same time providing commentaries that guide students toward a clearer understand