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Neuroscience, Psychology and Conflict Management

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Rafferty

Publisher: James Cook University

License: CC BY-NC

This peer reviewed eBook introduces readers to foundational concepts in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, personality psychology and social psychology to help explain why conflict occurs, how it develops and how it may be managed and/or resolved.

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Read more about Children, Families, Schools, and Communities

Children, Families, Schools, and Communities

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Giovannini

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Children, Families, Schools, and Communities is an introductory text in the field of Child and Family Studies. It provides a lens for understanding the evolving definition of “family” through socially constructed and ecological theory frameworks. It promotes strategies for culturally sustaining and deeply collaborative relationships between families, schools, and communities through the use of home-grown advocacy strategies based on community-driven data. Children, Families, Schools, and Communities is an adapted OER text from Rebecca Laff’s and Wendy Ruiz’s Child, Family, and Community.

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Read more about Zombie Apocalypse: Holy Land, Haiti, Hollywood

Zombie Apocalypse: Holy Land, Haiti, Hollywood

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Rey

Publisher: North Broad Press

License: CC BY

Zombie Apocalypse: Holy Land, Haiti, Hollywood explores the intellectual and cultural histories of two highly influential and essentially religious ideas, that of the zombie and that of the apocalypse. The former is a modern idea rooted in Haitian Vodou and its popular African and European religious antecedents, while the latter is an ancient one rooted in Zoroastrianism and the Bible and widely expanded in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and is arguably one of the most influential ideas in world history. Today the merger of the zombie and the apocalypse has pervaded popular culture, with the zombie surpassing the vampire and Frankenstein as the most prolific monster in popular American consciousness.

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Read more about Unlocking the Digital Age: The Musician's Guide to Research, Copyright, and Publishing

Unlocking the Digital Age: The Musician's Guide to Research, Copyright, and Publishing

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: DeLaurenti and Copland

Publisher: The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University

License: CC BY

Based on coursework developed at the Peabody Conservatory, this book serves as a crucial resource for early career musicians navigating the complexities of the digital era. This guide bridges the gap between creative practice and scholarly research, empowering musicians to confidently share and protect their work as they expand their performing lives beyond the concert stage as citizen artists. It offers a plain language resource that helps early career musicians see where creative practice and creative research intersect and how to traverse information systems to share their work. As professional musicians and researchers, the authors’ experiences on stage and in academia makes this guide an indispensable tool for musicians aiming to thrive in the digital landscape.

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Read more about Biological Psychology

Biological Psychology

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributors: Hove and Martinez

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Biological psychology is the study of the biological bases of behavior and mental processes. It explores how biological factors like genes, hormones, neurotransmitters, and brain structures influence psychological components like thoughts, emotions, memories, and actions. This free and open textbook provides a wide ranging and up-to-date introduction to the main topics and methods of biological psychology.

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Read more about Social Work Practice and Disability Communities: An Intersectional Anti-Oppressive Approach

Social Work Practice and Disability Communities: An Intersectional Anti-Oppressive Approach

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Slayter and Johnson

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Designed as a main textbook for social work courses at the bachelor’s and master’s level or for social work practitioners in the field, this work moves beyond a traditional medicalized and segregated approach (i.e., chapters organized around impairments) to the exploration of disability-specific populations, instead taking a more intersectional approach in discussing specific service areas and practice issues while weaving in stories about the lived experiences of disabled people with a range of social identities. These issues include parenting, mass incarceration, ableism, aging, and employment, among many others.

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Read more about Why Do I Have to Take This Course? A Guide to General Education

Why Do I Have to Take This Course? A Guide to General Education

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Tracy

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

Why Do I Have to Take This Course? A Guide to General Education developed out of many years of thinking about general education courses and curriculums. We, as university personnel, do not always succeed in explaining why we have certain requirements. Even though these courses make up a significant percentage of our college careers, there is not often time set aside to talk about general education and explore its purpose and goals. When we do not know the reason why we are doing something, it can sometimes lead to apathy and even resentment. Once we have an idea of the purpose, then we can start to appreciate and learn. It is worthwhile to spend some time thinking about these purposes, both “official” and personal ones, in order to maximize student learning.

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Read more about "Overweight" Bodies, Real and Imagined

"Overweight" Bodies, Real and Imagined

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributor: Gilleman

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

This compilation gathers OER sources on body weight, nutrition, and movement, and it also problematizes the cultural meaning of these readings. Roughly, this anthology is divided into two parts--informational and theoretical--in depicting how medical research and journalism influence and are influenced by social stereotypes, constructed ideas about bodies, food, and individual choices within social systems.

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Read more about The Whole Child: Development in the Early Years

The Whole Child: Development in the Early Years

Copyright Year: 2023

Contributors: Budzyna and Buckley

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC-SA

The Whole Child is a textbook that gives an overview of development, beginning in the mother’s womb through the age of eight. It starts with a look at perspectives of early childhood, including how children have been viewed historically as well as cross-culturally. There is a complete overview of the important theorists that have helped to deepen and bring clarity to how children develop. These theories include psychodynamic, behavioral, social cognitive theory, cognitive theory, humanistic, multiple intelligence, growth mindset, and Bloom’s taxonomy. Understanding the implications of each theory is important foundational knowledge for the study of development. Developmental domains at each stage is examined alongside important milestones. The biology of the brain is given important consideration. Some of the many factors that influence a young child’s development are also included in this text.

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Read more about Heritages of Change: Curatorial Activism and First-Year Writing

Heritages of Change: Curatorial Activism and First-Year Writing

Copyright Year: 2024

Contributor: Tracy

Publisher: ROTEL

License: CC BY-NC

In first-year writing courses, it can often feel that we practice writing and research in a vacuum. Writing is about communication, and, if we do not feel that we have an audience, then it can seem like our writing has no purpose (even though practice of any kind will help us develop these skills). Heritages of Change: Curatorial Activism and First-Year Writing is a method for students to think about the social changes that were prevalent during the COVID years and remain important in their wake. Heritages of Change is a lens for thinking and writing about these ideas. Through curation and exhibition as an act of activism, students focus on a specific audience with whom they can communicate authentically about this dynamic world.

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