The online edition of the literary reference book from Salem's Critical Insights series (also available in the library - PN 56 D94 D97 2013). The popular theme of dystopia is considered in this volume of Critical Insights. Essays explore this theme in a variety of critical contexts. Works discussed include Utopia, Looking Backward, We, and Brave New World.
The online edition of the literary reference book from Salem's Critical Insights series (also available in the Library - PR 6045 072 Z89231 2014). The work examines a diverse set of texts published by notable women in the mid-20th century. Essays survey the critical conversation regarding these works, explore their historical, societal and cultural contexts, and offer close and comparative readings of key texts in the genre through a variety of critical approaches.
The Health Reference Series is an easy-to-use and authoritative source that features broad scope of information offered in each volume. The books are organized in a logical and thoughtful way, with a detailed contents section that shows exactly where to find the information readers need. Each volume pulls together a wide variety of articles from authoritative sources to inform and educate readers about the disease or disorder, giving comprehensive information needed to understand and cope with the medical condition.
The online edition (2015) of the 5-volume academic reference book (also available in the library-Ref. BF 636 P86 2015). The set covers the core aspects of behaviorism, cognitive psychology, psychoanalytic psychology including diagnoses, disorders, treatments, tests, and notable people. Volume 5 contains eight appendixes: a Glossary, an annotated Bibliography, a Web Site Directory, a list of Organizations and Support, a Pharmaceutical List of generic and brand-name drugs grouped by their uses, a Biographical List of Psychologists, and a list of Notable Court Cases.