What Matters in America: Reading and Writing about Contemporary Culture

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Pearson Longman, 2006 - Social Science - 361 pages
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Chapter titles posed as questions invite students to read and write critically about 10 high-interest topics including media and the culture of fear, campus speech codes, gay marriage, and the role of privacy in our lives.

Compact in both page count and trim size, In Brief┐s themes examine popular culture topics and provide a sufficient number of selections to make sure topics are given with adequate depth.

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