Translated into 12 different languages and used in 89 countries, this market-leading text successfully combines an academically robust account of the major theories and models of leadership with an accessible style and practical examples that help students apply what they learn. Peter G. Northouse uses a consistent format for each chapter, allowing students to compare the various theories. Each chapter includes three case studies that provide students with practical examples of the theories discussed. Adopted at more than 1,000 colleges, universities, and institutions worldwide, Leadership: Theory and Practice provides readers with a user-friendly account of a wide range of leadership research in a clear, concise, and interesting manner.
The acclaimed gold standard of comprehensive introductory sociology texts, Sociology empowers students to apply the theories of sociology to their own lives. In 24 chapters, it provides students with an accessible and relevant introduction to the subject while providing a clear and balanced presentation of theory, cultivation of a global perspective and multicultural view.
The new Eighth Canadian edition has been revamped with many fresh ideas, new features, and innovative teaching tools. Featuring a newly integrated learning architecture based on Bloom’s Taxonomy and a newly designed MySocLab, this edition will help build students’ critical thinking skills while helping them learn the fundamentals of sociology.
Unequal Relations remains the market-leading, single-voice text for Race and Ethnicity courses in Canada, with comprehensive coverage of racism, multiculturalism and diversity. Utilizing a sociological lens as a framework for analysis, it focuses on three prevailing themes: the constructed, the contested and the community. Each are examined from a critical approach and have a strong balance of research and application.
The Seventh Edition has been updated with new material in every chapter, 10 new Case Studies, and a text enrichment site.