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THINK Human Sexuality covers the essentials every human sexuality student should know. The chapters are briefer than a standard text—allowing for a lower cost to students and using less printed paper. Unlike other brief texts, THINK Human Sexuality includes 18 chapters of content—giving instructors the flexibility to choose what they want to cover without the worry that skipping several chapters will mean leaving out hundreds of pages of content.

THINK Human Sexuality provides currency and relevance through design, current examples, and high-interest readings. The readings have been chosen from a range of well respected journals and popular press publications. With the concise presentation of material in the chapters, instructors have the option of incorporating these readings and helping students connect to issues occurring outside of the classroom.

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  • Ron
  • New York, NY
  • 05-08-16

Poorly thought out formatting for audible apps

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This book has a significant problem which will greatly hinder anyone who wants to listen to it on one of audible's apps. There are sixteen chapters in the book, and rather than give you one file with a table of contents (like any other large book, class, or lecture would do), every single chapter is its own separate file.<br/><br/>Now, the problem here is that each of those chapters has the exact same icon, and the title of each file BEGINS with the complete (lengthy!) title of the text. So, downloading the book, you now have sixteen identical looking icons and titles in your audiobook library, that you have to click through on to figure out which individual chapter one happens to be. If you organize your titles by "recently listened to" as is the default, these are going to get very jumbled up, very quickly, and good luck listening to things in order. <br/><br/>Good text, just don't bother listening to it in order. Five stars for the text, negative sixteen stars and ENDLESS ANNOYANCE for whatever usability wiz-kid thought this was a good idea.

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