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Author(s): Innocent Aluka
Contemporary Physical Science introduces readers to the basic concepts of the physical processes occurring in our environment. It is designed and structured for beginning scientists, introductory science educators, and non-science majors enrolled in physical science to fulfill science requirements.
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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): Greg G. Armfield, Eric Lee Morgan
Human Communication in Action provides students with a valuable resource that can be used beyond the classroom by bringing together leading innovative scholars of Communication as contributors for this human communication textbook. Each unit presents overarching concepts of communication in an easy-to-read and practical manner. The first unit begins with a discussion of human communication fundamentals, ethics, verbal communication, nonverbal communication, and culture and communication. The second unit is dedicated to the art of public speaking and listening.
Author(s): NATHAN GRIFFITH
A Dangerous Servant and a Fearful Master is a book aimed first and foremost at readers, written to engage not merely the attention of the eye, but the productive effort of the brain as well. Unlike traditional textbooks, it is written as a dialogue between teacher and student, rather than as a monologue from authority or a catalog of bibliographic citations. Unlike traditional textbooks, it is not a compendium of every possible fact or opinion, or a museum of knowledge. It is instead a focused but wide-ranging discussion meant to provoke the reader to connect fa
Author(s): Carolyn Plump, Robert Hirth
A Student’s Guide to Business Law marks a shift in undergraduate business law education. It leaves behind the esoteric legalese and convoluted legal minutia of previous textbooks that confuses students and leaves the material inaccessible. This textbook uses a simplified, practical approach to foster students’ comprehension of the legal environment of business.
Author(s): Scott Bukstein
The Business and Governance of College Sports provides a timely overview of the business and governance of college athletics at the NCAA, conference, and member institution levels. This book also aims to spotlight the significant issues and areas in which college athletics leaders presently seek change and improvement.
Author(s): Julia West
Now: Appreciating Today’s Music explains the origins and importance of today’s music trends. From the Soul of the 1960s Civil Rights movement and Punk sounds of the 1970s, to the golden age of Hip Hop in the 1990s and teen pop trends of the early 2000s. The book takes a look at how we got to where we are today, and why that matters. Musical trends are presented in context with the history surrounding them, the artists who created them, and the audiences who loved them.
Author(s): Octavio Roca, Matthew Schuh
An engagingly clear and accessible introductory text with readings, Powerful Ideas guides students through a journey of exploration and self-discovery, critically examining profound and perennial questions such as "Who am I and what am I doing here?", "How can I be sure?", "Is there a God?", "What should I do?" and "How should I live?"