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Introduction to Sociology: The first section of this book covers the foundations of sociology, including an introduction to the discipline, the methods of study, and some of the dominant theoretical perspectives. The remaining chapters focus on the different areas of study in sociology.
Knoppix is a Linux distribution that runs completely from a CD or DVD. There is no need for installation—it bypasses installed software and automatically detects hardware.
LaTeX is one of the best languages for marking up technical documents to provide a quality publication.
Learning Theories is a useful guide for both students and teachers to the problem of how to impart learning.
Being aware that you are dreaming, and still remaining asleep, can give you the ability to control your dreams. Lucid dreaming truly can be a fantastic experience.
Groups are everywhere; whether in our social lives, our work, or even our families, individuals decide to work collectively to achieve particular goals. In Managing Groups and Teams we take a challenge-based approach, one that focuses on the "how" of managing a group or a team.
The Miskito language is spoken by nearly 200,000 people in Nicaragua and Honduras. Miskitu Aisas! ("Speak Miskito!") presents the language through graded, user-friendly lessons.
The Physics Study Guide is meant as a supplement to a year-long freshman-level physics course with a trigonometry prerequisite.
The Spanish language is spoken by over 450 million persons worldwide. Join their number with the help of this engaging beginner's textbook.
Special Relativity is an introductory text for physics undergraduates and advanced high school students. It is also approachable by the educated layman. It is carefully designed to tackle the physics of simultaneity.