From the extensive overview articles of up to 2,000 words, to the shorter factual entries, the encyclopedia is thoroughly cross-referenced and includes useful further reading suggestions, along with a comprehensive index.
A 2-volume work which is organized chronologically, beginning with the baroque period and ending with modernism. Each chapter begins with a short biographical essay on the composer along with a timeline.
This reference work about young children in the United States is arranged in five broad categories: (1)historical and philosophical roots of early childhood practice; (2) sociocultural, political, and economic contexts; (3) perspectives on children; (4) early chilhood curricula and programs; and (5) perspectives on educators.
Designed in an easy-to-read outline format, this guide covers a wide range of disorders and patient problems in all basic areas of nursing, including medical-surgical, pediatric, maternity, and psychiatric.
A great yearbook, with a slightly different emphasis than Europa.
Contains key world facts and a chronology of the past year's events up
front, and begins coverage of each county with key historical events,
with a focus on social and political issues around the globe.
This guide details the American Psychological Association guidelines for Psychology papers. Also covered are misconceptions, commonly misused words, useful internet resources, and suggested steps for researching and writing.
A comprehensive atlas of the Greek and Roman world from 1000 B.C. to A.D. 640. Contains maps of what are now more than 70 modern countries from the British Isles to North Africa and the Indian subcontinent. The table of contents, locator diagrams, and gazetteer aid map selection. The volume has an accompanying CD-ROM with a map-by-map directory and descriptions.
A compilation of sixteen recent articles from the CQ Researcher organized in seven subject areas. Explains complex issues; summarizes current debates; provides background information, including legislative and judicial; suggests possible future actions.
Written to introduce chemistry students to the ways chemists communicate...The book covers the most important forms of communication - textbooks, lectures, lab reports, articles, literature reviews, and oral presentations.