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Business

Entrepreneurship for Caribbean Students is essential for both students and teachers of CAPE® Entrepreneurship. Arranged according to the syllabus, this text will enable students to master all the subject areas covered in the two units and three modules of the syllabus including growth of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship in the Caribbean, social entrepreneurship, e-commerce and business ventures.


Communication studies

Writing in English is widely used across the Caribbean in English Language and Communication Studies at the upper secondary school level and for English Language courses at colleges and universities. This new volume, which includes a new section on argument, language and its varieties, the process of writing and the various modes of discourse, addresses new topics and covers computer jargon as well as technological developments and how they affect language and communication today.


Food and the Environment

Sustainable Food Production Practices is a two-volume series specifically for students sitting the CAPE® examination in Food and the Environment, and students pursuing Agriculture and Food Production at the diploma or undergraduate level. The texts focus on soil sustenance systems and practices, ecosystems, crop and livestock production, and reduction in water, chemicals and pesticides. Each volume also explores quality assurance in production, small producers, family farms, women farmers, the role of youth in agriculture, and local, regional and international agricultural marketing.


History

Atlantic Interactions,a key text for students sitting the CAPE® History examination, is written in simple and conversational language to ensure that students have a ready understanding of all the major themes of the History syllabus. The text thoroughly investigates, studies and assesses the historical and contemporary relationships and chronology among the nations and societies on the Atlantic shores.


Sociology

The second edition of Sociology for Caribbean Students demystifies the science of Sociology and incorporates the perspective of the Caribbean and developing societies within the concepts and theories of Sociology. The text, which is divided into two major units, features topics such as family, culture and identity, religion and institutions of social control specific to Caribbean reality.


Spanish

This revised and updated edition of Español avanzado focuses on the four language skills of reading, listening, speaking and writing. Closely adhering to the CAPE®  Spanish syllabus, the book covers all modules and lays the foundation for success in Listening Comprehension and Literary Analysis. The text includes a CD with 30 audible selections - contemporary literary extracts and appendices containing suggested answers to the exercises in the text.


Tourism

Contemporary Caribbean Tourism spans the breadth of issues inherent to the Caribbean tourism industry inclusive of accommodation, transportation, and environment and economic impacts. The text also explores cultural, sport, health and wellness, and adventure tourism, and provides an insight into disaster management and preparedness in the hospitality sector.

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