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Interactions A Thematic Reader

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ISBN-10: 0618214240

ISBN-13: 9780618214242

Edition: 5th 2003

Authors: Ann Moseley, Jeanette Harris

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This thematicaly arranged short-essay reader emphasises the reading-writing connection, critical thinking, and collaborative learning.
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List price: $47.96
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 6/27/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 568
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.814
Language: English

Ann Moseley (Ph.D., University of Oklahoma) is Associate Professor and Director of the Communications Skills Center at East Texas State University.

Jeanette Harris (Ph.D., East Texas State University) was Director of the William L. Adams Writing Center at Texas Christian University.

Note: Each unit includes Critical Thinking and Writing Assignments, Exploring Ideas Together, Exploring the Internet, and Writing Essays
Annotated Table of Contents
The Self My Name
The Name Is Mine
I'm Just Me
Growing Up Asian
The Jacket
Salvation
Nobody Listens When I Talk
Living in Two Worlds
Hearing the Sweetest Songs
Call Me Crazy, But I Have to Be Myself
A Thanksgiving Feast in Aburi
The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life
Self with Family Mother, Father, Neighbor
The Old Man
A Daughter's Journey
A Parent's Journey Out of the Closet
Adoption Should Be Color-Blind
Hold the Mayonnaise
Sibling Imprints
Brothers
No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past
Fatherless America
The Perfect Family
The Incredible Shrinking Family
Self with Friends Liked for Myself
A Small Act
A Boyhood Friendship in a Divided Valley
College Friends
What Are Friends For?
Breaking Away
Only Reconnect
The Difference Between Male and Female Friendships
What Friends Are For
A Simple Gift
Self with Dates and Mates Relationships 101
From Front Porch to Back Seat
Just Saying No to the Dating Industry
Finding a Wife
My Home, My World
Teen Bride
Trouble in Paradise
How Do I Love Thee?
The Good Marriage
Marriage and Divorce American Style
Why the M Word Matters to Me
Marriage--and Marriage
Self with Work Easy Job, Good Wages
The Way We Worked
The Case Against Chores
W-O-R-K
Girl in an Oven
One Man's Kids
Working with Difficult People
Workplace Violence: Going "Postal," Paula Bryant
Less Is More: A Call for Shorter Work Hours
What You Do Is What You Are
The Future of Work
Can't Hear Your Inner Voice?
Self with Society Getting to Know About You and Me
Indian Education
The Scholarship Jacket
Cultural Diversity
Anonymous Victims of Dreams and a River
The Citizenship Boom
Coming to America
People Like Us
Mongrel America
The Resegregation of a Southern School
The Recoloring of Campus Life
I Have a Dream
Self with Technology and Media
The Plot Against People
Machine
Technology and the Hearing Impaired
The Distorting Mirror of Reality TV
The Real Digital Divide
Are Video Games Really So Bad?
Oversimulated Suburbia
Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus
We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism
Internet Insecurity
Hype, Spin, Puffery, and Lies: Should We Be Scared?
Rising to the Occasion
Self with Heroes Larger Than Life
September 11, 2001: Answering the Call
Real Superheroes
Hero Inflation
Sometimes Heroism Is a Moving Target: The Ordeal of Jessica Lynch
Giving Students the Heroes They Need
George Washington: A Hero for American Students?
The New Heroes and Role Models
Rosa Parks
From a Cuban Heart
The Virtue of the Weaponed Hero
True Grit
Rhetorical Table of Contents Cause and Effect
The Name Is Mine
The Jacket
Living in Two Worlds
Hearing the Sweetest Songs
Call Me Crazy, But I Have to Be Myself
A Thanksgiving Feast in Aburi
The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life
Mother, Father, Neighbor
The Old Man
A Daughter's Journey
Hold the Mayonnaise
Sibling Imprints
No Snapshots in the Attic: A Granddaughter's Search for a Cherokee Past
Fatherless America
The Incredible Shrinking Family
Liked for Myself
A Small Act
Vinnie's Jacket
Breaking Away
Relationships 101
My Home, My World
Teen Bride
The Good Marriage
Marriage and Divorce American Style
Why the M Word Matters to Me
Marriage--and Marriage
Easy Job, Good Wages
The Way We Worked
The Case Against Chores
W-O-R-K
Less Is More: A Call for Shorter Work Hours
Getting to Know About You and Me
Indian Education
People Like Us
Mongrel America
The Resegration of a Southern School
The Recoloring of Campus Life
Nena's Tamale Machine
Technology and the Hearing Impaired
The Distorting Mirror of Reality TV
Are Video Games Really So Bad?
Fraternities of Netheads: Internet Addiction on Campus
We ALL Pay for Internet Plagiarism
Internet Insecurity
Rising to the Occasion
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