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This guide lists information about the eBooks found in Rose Library's Catalog. Click on a title to access the book.
The September 2011 terrorist attacks are the deadliest ever to be recorded. Provide your readers with a revealing look into the tools and techniques used by the investigators of this this horrific crime.
According to the Pew Research Center, 59 percent of Americans say abortion should be legal. However, nearly four-in-ten Americans say that abortion is morally wrong. Individual states continue to be polarized and have instituted their own restrictions on this controversial issue.
According to AAFA, Allergic disease including asthma is the fifth leading chronic disease in the U.S. in people of all ages. Allergies touch everyone in one way or another; it's a part of our natural defense system.
This volume presents the legal concepts of the Eighteenth and Twenty-first Amendments in an engagingly simplified, easily understandable way, while reflecting provisions in both the national and state curriculum standards.
One of the most stirring moments in history was when Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Along with this crucial primary source, readers are treated to an amazing collection of essays about the abolishment of slavery and the Thirteenth Amendment.
Editor Carrie Fredericks has compiled compelling essays and primary sources on the Nineteenth Amendment, which grants the right to vote to women. Essay sources include Frederick Douglass, Ellen DuBois, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The New York Times, The Associated Press, James E. Potter, and Gloria Steinem.
Animal Sciences brings together a wide range of scientific, historical and cultural information about the animal world. In addition to covering biological concepts, the history of zoology, biographies of scientists in the field, and ethical issues, such as the practice of animal experimentation, it also covers careers in the animal sciences.
About 11,000,000 people in the U.S. suffer with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This guidebook provides essential information on ADHD, but also serves as a historical survey, by providing information on the controversies surrounding its causes, and first-person narratives by people coping with ADHD.
The type of firearm used in a crime can usually be identified by the bullet or by the casings left at the scene. Provide your readers with a revealing look at the tools and techniques used in ballistics research.
This book provides a historical analysis of presidential rhetoric regarding war and examines the similarities, differences, effectiveness, and ethics of the persuasive strategies used by the White House through the history of the nation.
Civil liberties in the United States include freedom of speech, right to privacy, right to fair trial, right to marry, and the right to vote. This informative resource examines civil liberties and provides an overview of the topic.
Profiles American and Canadian institutions of higher learning, including two- and four-year colleges and universities, distance learning programs, and occupational education schools, and lists financial aid resources.
Tensions in the Middle East are due to a number of reasons, with the creation of Israel being among them. Give readers a much-needed survey of several lively debates relating to the creation of the state of Israel. Essay sources include The Times of London, The Jerusalem Post, and The Higher Arab Committee.
This full-color, three-volume set, written for readers grade six and above, covers the range of topics related to addiction. Approximately 200 articles cover everything from binge drinking to the role of genetics in addictive behaviors.
The Encyclopedia of Modern Asia is a monumental new scholarly work, as expansive in scope as the continent of Asia itself. Under the direction of cultural anthropologist David Levinson, 800 contributors from around the world -- including 25 Asian countries -- provide 6, 000 articles on Modern Asia from a global perspective.
Forensic biologists play a leading role in many investigations. They collect and examine bodily fluids, hair, and bones, in order to identify suspects. This book details the job of a forensic biologist, and examines the tools and techniques they use to collect analyze biological evidence.
This six-volume set covers major areas of science including: biology, genetics, microbiology, astronomy, chemistry, physics, engineering, technology, geology, weather, archaeology, psychology, mathematics and medicine.
The Environmental Protection Agency states that in the past 50 years, humans have consumed more resources than in all of previous history. Recycling, reuse, and remanufacturing account for 3.1 million jobs in America, according to American Solar Energy Society, yet our garbage accounts for 42 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
Individuals interested in going green use scientific and consumer knowledge to reduce their carbon footprint. Many people practice environmental and ecological responsibility by recycling, not overheating or overcooling rooms, using energy-efficient light bulbs, and installing low-flow toilets and shower heads.
Hepatitis simply means liver inflammation, and it covers many conditions. While some Hepatitis is due to viral infection, the liver can also be injured and become inflamed through the action of chemicals, environmental toxins, medication, and alcohol abuse.
This collection of international perspectives provides insights on the issue of immigration. Readers will evaluate immigration in relation to citizenship, economics, national identity, and national security.
Malaria has ravaged Sub-Saharan Africa, having 90 percent of the world's cases. This guidebook provides essential information on Malaria, but also serves as a historical survey, by providing information on the controversies surrounding its causes, and first-person narratives by people coping with Malaria.
Emotions are a part of our lives, the highs and the lows. People who suffer with mood disorders, which include major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and seasonal affective disorder, experience those highs and lows to extremes.
This insightful, on-the-ground narrative looks at how radical Islam is affecting our society and how our own response is endangering the very democratic values we have hoped to spread around the world--and preserve at home.
As technology makes the world more accessible, it is increasingly important to develop a wide perspective on social issues as well as political, environmental, and health issues of global significance.
This intriguing approach to international conflict seeks to facilitate a dialogue between academics and policymakers on how to better anticipate and prevent state failure, subsequent forced migration, and the terrorist threat that often results.
This reference aims to help students understand geography, biology, climatology, anthropology and other important subjects through the study of oceans, deserts, rains, forests, tundras, and other biological communities.
Presents easy-to-understand information on 200 countries and dependencies from around the world. Entries range from four to 30 pages in length and discuss in detail a variety of topics--from banking and securities to climate, from government data to demographic statistics.