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This book examines the ways new media impact how people see themselves and others.
Suzanne Regan, professor of TV, film and media studies
In its 7th edition, this guide educates students in the preparation of literature reviews for term projects, theses and dissertations.
Jose L. Galvan, emeritus professor of applied and advanced studies in education, and Melisa C. Galvan
This peer-reviewed book offers an interdisciplinary approach to the impacts of urban spaces on the future of the environment.
Kris Bezdecny, assistant professor of geosciences and environment, and Kevin Archer
This volume explores the business implications of the Paris Climate Agreement and what it requires of the private sector to address climate change.
Edited by Liam Leonard, lecturer in sociology, and Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez
Using a conceptual approach, this textbook highlights relevant real-world applications and provides undergraduate students with the tools to compute and analyze biological data.
Jamil Momand and Alison McCurdy, professors of chemistry and biochemistry, with contributions by Silvia Heubach, professor of mathematics, and Nancy Warter-Perez, professor of electrical and computer engineering
This book provides insight into how physicians, dietitians and psychotherapists navigate treating patients with eating disorders
Edited by Jonna Fries, director of counseling and psychological services, and Veronica Sullivan
This guide is the first comprehensive introduction to William Langland’s allegorical poem that covers all three iterations, outlining the various changes that occurred between each.
Michael Calabrese, professor of English
This anthology features a collection of stories, essays, poems and illustrations by women in early science fiction.
Edited by Patrick B. Sharp, professor and chair of liberal studies, and Lisa Yaszek