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American Government: A Complete Coursebook

by Ethel Wood Stephen C. Sansone

Textbook on recent American government events including William Jefferson Clinton's impeachment trial, the Presidential election of 2000, campaign finance reform, and the Microsoft anti-trust case.

AP Comparative Government and Politics: An Essential Coursebook and Study Guide

by Ethel Wood

This newly revised 5th Edition of AP Comparative Government and Politics: An Essential Coursebook and Study Guide is designed to help you prepare for the exam by giving you a sound footing in comparative concepts as well as country-specific information about the six core countries.

AP Comparative Government and Politics: A Study Guide (4th edition)

by Ethel Wood

The 21st century has taught us that we cannot ignore the world around us. Happenings around the globe now directly impact our lives, and social studies teachers and students around the country face the challenge of interpreting complex, puzzling events. The AP comparative course focuses on government and politics in other countries and provides a theoretical framework to compare political systems around the world. This book will help students to grasp something of the political complexities of our global environment, and gain some understanding of both commonalities and differences among modern political systems. In today's world, we cannot afford not to know.

AP Human Geography: A Study Guide (2nd Edition)

by Ethel Wood

This guide prepares students for the AP Human Geography Exam. It focuses on spatial organization--the location of places, people, and events, and the connections among places and landscapes that shape virtually all human endeavors on the planet. It includes narrative reviews for each of the topic areas of the AP Human Geography curriculum. Each unit is followed by new multiple-choice and free-response questions. The narratives are concise and focus specifically on topics from the AP curriculum.

AP World History

by Ethel Wood

"World history" covers a lot of ground, both in terms of land space and time. Students learn the broad "story" of humanity by using some tools provided in the book that help to connect the parts of the story from beginning to end (or present).

AP World History: An Essential Coursebook (2nd Edition)

by Ethel Wood

The 2nd Edition of AP World History: An Essential Coursebook by Ethel Wood is fully revised to comply with the new College Board AP World History curriculum effective for the school year 2011-2012. The comprehensive Coursebook thoroughly covers the topics from the AP curriculum and includes all new multiple-choice and free-response questions, and the clear, concise style helps students to see and understand underlying world history themes without getting lost in a myriad of facts.

Introduction to Sociology

by Ethel Wood Judith Lloyd Yero

Some of the topics covered in this book are: the world of sociology, culture, social structure & group behavior, socialization, deviance & crime, social stratification & class and race & ethnicity among others

Multiple Choice and Free Response Questions in Preparation for the AP U. S. Government and Politics Examination (6th Edition)

by Ethel Wood Bonnie Herzog

This book assists students in assessing their level of understanding of both basic concepts and factual information in United States government and politics. The questions simulate as closely as possible the AP United States Government and Politics Examination administered each year in May by the College Board.

Multiple-Choice and Free-Response Questions in Preparation for the AP United States Government and Politics Examination (Fifth Edition)

by Ethel Wood

This Fifth Edition assists students in assessing their level of understanding of both basic concepts and factual information in United States government and politics. The questions simulate as closely as possible the AP United States Government and Politics Examination administered each year in May by the College Board. The book prepares the students for both the multiple-choice and free-response portions of the AP Examination.

The Presidency: A Historical Reader

by Ethel Wood

Essays by a variety of historians on different Presidents and their effects on American history.

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