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Who Governs the Globe? - Deborah D. Avant, Martha Finnemore, Susan K. SellAcademics and policymakers frequently discuss global governance but they treat governance as a structure or process, rarely considering who actually does the governing. This volume focuses on the agents of global governance: 'global governors'. The global policy arena is filled with a wide variety of actors such as international organizations, corporations, professional associations, and advocacy groups, all seeking to 'govern' activity surrounding their issues of concern. Who Governs the Globe? lays out a theoretical framework for understanding and investigating governors in world politics. It
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September
Documents in World History, Volume 1: The Great Tradition: From Ancient Times to 1500 - Peter N. StearnsConsiderably revised, this edition of "Documents in World History" gives professors a large variety of primary sources from all areas of the world. The book retains its global emphasis and includes more primary sources that balance social and cultural history with standard selections, political coverage, and greater coverage of Africa and the Middle East, including Persia. Several individual selections have been replaced and others augmented to provide increased richness and interest. Materials on social issues have also been enhanced.
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September
Applied Hydrogeology - C.W. FetterUS Student Edition. Hardcover. ISBN-0130882399 Bought brand new. never used. ship fast
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September
Computer Science Illuminated - Nell B. Dale, John   LewisThoroughly Revised And Updated, Computer Science Illuminated, Third Edition, Continues To Excite And Enlighten Students On The Dynamic And Diverse Field Of Computer Science. Written By Two Of Today'S Most Respected Computer Science Educators, Nell Dale And John Lewis, The Text Provides A Broad Overview Of The Many Aspects Of The Discipline From A Generic View Point. Separate Program Language Chapters Are Available As Bundle Items For Those Instructors Who Would Like To Explore A Particular Programming Language With Their Students. The Many Layers Of Computing Are Thoroughly Explained Beginning
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September
Across the Spectrum: Understanding Issues in Evangelical Theology - Gregory A. BoydEvangelical thinkers have thrust differing and sometimes nontraditional views on the doctrine of God, the composition of the human person, and the nature of hell into the spotlight. This book offers a service to the church by examining the various positions taken by evangelical scholars on eighteen seminal issues.
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September
Adobe InDesign CS2: Classroom in a book - Adobe Creative TeamWith its ever-tightening integration with Adobe's full suite of creative products and its own sophisticated feature set, In Design is winning legions of Quark and Frame Maker converts. This work provides grounding in the In Design school of page design. It contains tips and techniques needed to take your page designs to the next level.
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September
Official Guide to Mastering the DSST--Ethics in America: Chapter 1 of 8 - Peterson'sA part of Peterson's Official Guide to Mastering the DSST Exams-Ethics in America helps nontraditional students earn college credits for life and learning experiences, with a diagnostic test, subject review, and post-test (with detailed answer explanations) for this popular DSST exam: Ethics in America. Topics include ethical traditions, religious traditions, natural law theory, political theories, transcendentalism idealism, moral egoism, feminist ethics, current ethical issues, and more. Peterson's Official Guide to Mastering the DSST Exams is the only prep guide endorsed by Prometric, the DSST
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September
Zooarchaeology - Elizabeth J. Reitz, Elizabeth S. WingMost archaeological sites contain remains of animals. The identity and condition of these animals, represented by fragments of their skeletons or shells can provide invaluable information about past economies and the impact of humans on the environment in which they lived. This reference book for archaeology students and professionals, both in the field and the laboratory, is designed to help in the identification and analysis of animal bones, teeth, and other hard tissues, such as mollusk shells. Global in scope, the examples range from the Pleistocene to the nineteenth century.
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September
American Rock: Region, Rock, and Culture in American Climbing - Don MellorAmerican Rock is a celebration of the diversity of American rock climbing and an authoritative history of how the sport evolved at dozens of climbing hotspots around the country. The United States offers rock climbers a greater variety of geologic environments than any other country in the world. In recent years the sport has exploded and American climbers, once isolated from each other, now cross the country in search of new rock, sharing techniques, equipment, and information. In this thoughtful history and overview, veteran climber Mellor celebrates a dazzling mosaic of American geologic
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September
Introductory Plant Biology - Kingsley R. SternThis introductory text assumes little prior scientific knowledge on the part of the student. It includes sufficient information for some shorter introductory botany courses open to both majors and nonmajors, and is arranged so that certain sections can be omitted without disrupting the overall continuity of the course. Stern emphasizes current interests while presenting basic botanical principles.