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Author(s): Virginia Cashion
The central premise of Lifespan 360: Christian Perspectives on Human Development is to examine the human being from conception to death while focusing on the biological, cognitive, social, emotional, and spiritual changes that occur throughout the lifespan. As a research-centered book, it may serve as a core text that draws upon the methods and key principles of several fields in psychology in terms of their application to childhood, adolescence, emerging adulthood, middle adulthood, late adulthood, and death and dying.
Author(s): Nick Nesh
This book is the result of the author's twenty-five years of college teaching experience. It is designed to help non-science majors fulfill their natural science course requirements as a part of their general studies. The book is geared toward students with no prior familiarity with college-level physical science courses; only algebra-based formulas are used. The book combines conceptual understanding with problem-solving skills. As such, it features a large number of in-chapter, solved examples and a variety of end-of-chapter problems and questions.
Ecclesiastes said it well: “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” From Bakersfield to Beale Street traces the origins and evolution of American rock ‘n’ roll between 1940 and 1987 by examining the intersection of styles and regional influences. The blues, traditional country, and gospel music are the progenitors of rock ‘n’ roll; evolving forms are shaped by distinctive influences in the South, the East and West Coasts, and the Midwest.
Author(s): John Knox
A Lexicon of Sociological Terms and Theorists provides a better, more comprehensible lexicon of terms and important people in the ﬁeld of Sociology for students. People cannot learn if they are not provided with understandable explanations or descriptions, which is the main goal of this book. Thus, it utilizes uncomplicated, straightforward terms in the definitions. In addition, it includes a chapter on the sociology of religion has been integrated.
Thrive! Your Guide to Success in College and Beyond delivers cutting-edge material based on the challenging and unique experience of attending a Historically Black College and University (HBCU). Each visually stimulating chapter contains concept maps, illustrations, and relevant advice and strategies from successful HBCU alums and professionals from various fields in our Sage on Page feature.
Author(s): DAVID STEGALL
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Author(s): Delia Montesinos
Conectando con mi herencia: lengua y cultura provides a guided inductive and critical-thinking approach to teaching Spanish. It covers five goal areas: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons, and Communities.
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Author(s): LaKeita Carter
Reflecting Humanity by La Keita Carter helps to develop a clear understanding of, not only the context, but also the difference between race and ethnicity. The text tackles social issues and movements Americans have been exposed to in recent years and the history of their origins. An important aspect of societal movements is culture and the identity and privilege that lies within it.
Author(s): Kishore G Kulkarni
Principles of Macro-Monetary Economics, 6th Edition, by Kishore G. Kulkarni has been revised to infuse modern literature, ideas, theories and updated data. It is an easy-to-understand text with clear cut explanation of terms. Students will benefit from the simplicity and straight-forward analysis in this edition.