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June
Dosage Calculations - Gloria D. PickarMaster dosage calculations with the best-selling book This market-leader from Gloria Pickar includes a comprehensive math review, full-color drug labels, and critical thinking assessments. Basic and advanced calculations are thoroughly covered, including intravenous and those specific to the pediatric patient.
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June
East, West - Salman RushdieA rickshaw driver dreams of being a Bombay movie star; Indian diplomats, who as childhood friends hatched Star Trek fantasies, must boldly go into a hidden universe of conspiracy and violence; and Hamlet's jester is caught up in murderous intrigues. In Rushdie's hybrid world, an Indian guru can be a redheaded Welshman, while Christopher Columbus is an immigrant, dreaming of Western glory. Rushdie allows himself, like his characters, to be pulled now in one direction, then in another. Yet he remains a writer who insists on our cultural complexity; who, rising beyond ideology, refuses to choose
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June
Contending Voices: Biographical Explorations of the American Past, Volume II: Since 1865 - HollitzEach chapter in Contending Voices examines the lives of two individuals, some of them familiar historical figures and some of them lesser known, who took opposing positions on important issues in American history. The "paired biographies" in the text are followed by a set of four to six related primary sources, many in the individuals' own voices; a "Questions to Consider" section; and an annotated bibliography. This unique format promotes critical thinking and engages students in historical debates.
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June
International Relations: The Key Concepts - Martin Griffiths, Terry O'Callaghan, Steven C. RoachFeaturing 150 entries, this title is a useful guide for anyone interested in international affairs. Comprehensive and up-to-date, it introduces the most important themes in international relations, with an emphasis on contemporary issues. Entries include: diplomacy; global warming; terrorism; human rights; rogue states; arms control; and ethnic cleansing.
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June
Living Democracy [With DVD] - Daniel M. Shea, Christopher E. Smith, Joanne Connor Green"Living Democracy" gets students to participate in learning, in the classroom. The book's young and energetic author team cares deeply about student learning and student engagement. Lead author Dan Shea founded the Center for Political Participation and his experiences working with students in the classroom and in the center inspired him to team up with co-authors Joanne Connor Green (Texas Christian University) and Christopher E. Smith (Michigan State) to write an American Government text that truly inspires students and helps them experience the impact of government in their daily lives.
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June
Voyages in World History, Volume 2: Since 1500 - Valerie  Hansen, Kenneth R. CurtisFor courses entitled World Civilizations or World History. Volume II can be used for Modern World History. Courses are generally two semesters or three quarters in length and are Freshman/Sophomore level. Some schools offer a one-semester course - these are usually for people who are becoming teachers and may be taught out of the School of Education. This is a growing course, and it may be replacing Western Civ. at some schools or added to the curriculum in addition to Western Civ. Enrollment for world history is about 420,000 students per year.
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June
Manufacturing Engineering and Technology - Serope KalpakjianManufacturing Engineering and Technology describes both time-tested and modern methods of manufacturing engineering materials, and sets the standard for introducing readers to the scope and variety of manufacturing processes.
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June
Designing Groupwork - Elizabeth G. CohenThis edition features new material on such topics as skill-building for more advanced students and how to use multiple-ability treatments. The book aims to combine easy-to-follow theory with examples and teaching strategies that are adaptable to any situation.
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June
Criminal Law: Cases and Materials - Cynthia K. Lee, Angela P. HarrisThis text, the only criminal law casebook authored by two progressive female law professors of color, provides the reader with both critical race and critical feminist theory perspectives on criminal law. The book focuses on the cultural context of substantive criminal law, integrating issues of race, gender, class, and sexual orientation where relevant
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June
Teach Yourself Java - Joe O'NeilJava is hot - and Teach Yourself Java makes it easy to master Java and create real-world applications and applets in no time. Written by Java expert Joseph O'Neil and edited by Teach Yourself series editor Herb Schildt, this book provides a proven methodology designed to help you build Java skills immediately.