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Mass Communication

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Transform your students into smart, savvy consumers of the media. Mass Communication: Living in a Media World (Ralph E. Hanson) provides students with comprehensive yet concise coverage of all aspects of mass media, along with insightful analysis, robust pedagogy, and fun, conversational writing. In every chapter of this bestselling text, students will explore the latest developments and current events that are rapidly changing the media landscape. This newly revised Sixth Edition is packed with contemporary examples, engaging infographics, and compelling stories about the ways mass media shape our lives. From start to finish, students will learn the media literacy principles and critical thinking skills they need to become savvy media consumers.


Communicating In Small Groups

RRP $216.99

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Praise for Beebe & Masterson's "Communicating in Small Groups" ""While covering communication in small groups, the text does a nice job of balancing group processes and group theory. By incorporating emphases on diversity, ethics, logic, and critical thinking also, this text broadly serves its users.""
-Dr. Rock Doddridge, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College ""The combination of a straightforward writing style, attention to theory, and concern for practice make this a very accessible and useful book for undergraduate students.""
-Daniel Modaff, Ohio University ""The hands on exercises are important for helping students apply the theory to reality.""
-Valerie Manno Giroux, University of Miami ""The book is well written, filled with valuable conclusions from research, and addressed central concerns in an interesting way.""
-Robert D. Harrison, Gallaudet University "" The book covers concepts and theories well without overwhelming students with concepts they won't need in a first-level course.""
-Mary-Jo Popovici, Monroe Community College ""The ethical questions raised throughout the book really add a lot. The critical thinking material is the best I have seen in any group text.""
-Marshall Scott Poole, Texas A&M University "" There is an appropriate balance between recognizing that decision making and problem solving are distinct processes, while also realizing that they have essential elements in common.""
-Thomas G. Endres University of St. Thomas ""I'm especially pleased to see an entire chapter devoted to diversity rather than writing a paragraph at the end of the book that no one would read.""
-Karen M. Coffey, Monroe Community College


One Of A Kind, Unique, Special, Be The Best You

RRP $12.99

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There is no one else in this world with billions of individuals who is exactly like you kind. Your uniqueness is your distinction, the steps to greatness, the door to opportunities and gateway to your fulfilment and happiness. Investment in your uniqueness is therefore the best investment you can make, otherwise you could become the jack of all trade and master of none. This book covers some principles to assist you in realising the enormous potential within you. Achieving your full potential requires that you acquire the right mind set, concepts and personal attributes. There is a saying that "victory does not necessarily go to the strong." In other words, strength and abilities are not in themselves sufficient for victory but your mind set and the concepts you carry are very vital. Hence the saying, "As a man thinks in his heart, so he is." Your attitude more than your aptitude (abilities), will determine your altitude (achievements).This is one of the major reasons why athletes and other sports men acquire excellent coaches, managers and trainers to help harness their innate abilities and turn them into champions by changing their mind sets and way of thinking. This book presents some of the principles for acquiring the right mind sight to achieving your full potential


'how Best Do We Survive?'

RRP $242.99

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This book traces the social and political history of the Muslims of south India from the later nineteenth century through to Independence in 1947, and the contours that followed. It describes a community in search of political survival amidst an ever-changing climate, and the fluctuating fortunes it had in dealing with the rise of Indian nationalism, the local political nuances of that rise, and its own changing position as part of the wider Muslim community in India.

Arguing that Partition and the foundation of Pakistan in 1947 were neither the goal nor the necessarily inescapable result of the growth of communal politics and sentiment, the book analyses the local variations of the events leading to Partition. Neither the fact of Muslim communalism per se before 1947 nor the existence of separate Muslim electorates provides an explanation for Pakistan. It advances the theory that micro-level studies of the operation of the former, and the defense of the latter, in British India can lead to a better understanding of the origins of communalism and, specifically, the variations of Islamic identity to be found globally. The book makes an important contribution to understanding and dealing with the complexities of communalism be it Hindu, Muslim or Christian — and its often tragic consequences.

The book will be of interest to those studying history, area studies and South Asia programmes, comparative politics, sociology and geography.

The book traces the social and political history of the Muslims of south India from the later nineteenth century through to Independence in 1947. It describes a community in search of political survival amidst rising Indian nationalism, the local political nuances of that rise, and its own changing position

It argues that Partition and the foundation of Pakistan in 1947 were neither the goal nor the necessarily inescapable result of the growth of communal politics and sentiment, and analyses the local variations of the events leading to Partition. The book advances the theory that micro-level studies of the operation of the former, and the defense of the latter, in British India can lead to a better understanding of the origins of communalism and, specifically, the variations of Islamic identity to be found globally.


The United States In World War I

RRP $378.99

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With the centennial of the First World War rapidly approaching, historian and bibliographer James T. Controvich offers in The United States in World War I: A Bibliographic Guide the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference bibliography yet published. Organized by subject, this bibliography includes the full range of sources: vintage publications of the time, books, pamphlets, periodical titles, theses, dissertations, and archival sources held by federal and state organizations, as well as those in public and private hands, including historical societies and museums.



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