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Family Violence (Talking Points)

by Ronda Armitage

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Balanced presentations encourage readers to form their own opinions about alcohol and drug use, animal rights, divorce, homelessness, and other contemporary issues. Statistics and quotes from experts inform readers, while case studies bring each topic to a personal level. "Talking Point" boxes with both pro and con quotes ask compelling questions to stimulate reflection and discussion. Each title offers the history and evolution of pressing social issues and speculates on what the future may hold.… (more)
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Balanced presentations encourage readers to form their own opinions about alcohol and drug use, animal rights, divorce, homelessness, and other contemporary issues. Statistics and quotes from experts inform readers, while case studies bring each topic to a personal level. "Talking Point" boxes with both pro and con quotes ask compelling questions to stimulate reflection and discussion. Each title offers the history and evolution of pressing social issues and speculates on what the future may hold.

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