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Publication Date: 1990
Publisher: Prentice Hall College Div
H. Douglas Brown, Deborah S. Cohen, Jennifer O'Day
(NOTE: Most chapters contents are divided into Lessons 1, 2, and 3: Composing on Your Own.) Introduction. 1. The Evolving Workplace--Sociology. Future Shock. Our Future Stock. 2. An Exploding Population--Demography. The Population Bomb. The World's Urban Explosion. 3. Man and the Cosmos--Astronomy. The Planets. Traveler's Tales. 4. In the Arena--Sports and Recreation. Running for Women. Ultra Sports. 5. Crossing Economic Borders--Business and Management. "Wa" and the Art of Auto Assembly. Learning from Foreign Management. 6. Parents, Children and the Family Unit--Anthropology. The Arapesh. The Nuclear Family--Women's Work... 7. Unlocking Our Wondrous Mind--Psychology. Why Do We Like Music? Your Brain: The Right and the Left of It. 8. Coping in Our World--Psychology. Why We Laugh. How to Build a Healthy Response to Stress. 9. In Delicate Balance--Ecology. As Rare Pandas Lumber Toward Extinction. Ecosystems in and out of Balance. 10. Anticipating Tomorrow--The Future. The Cosmic Calendar, Creativity... Sharing Your Writing.H. Douglas Brown is the author of 'Challenges: A Process Approach to Academic English', published 1990 under ISBN 9780130090850 and ISBN 0130090859.
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