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Acknowledgments

The authors would like to thank the following colleagues who have reviewed the text and provided comprehensive feedback and suggestions for improving the material:

  • Barry Smith, Mississippi University for Women
  • Chris Moser, Georgia Perimeter Colllege
  • Jamii Claiborne, Buena Vista University
  • August Grant, University of South Carolina
  • Patty Lamberti, Loyola University Chicago
  • John Sewell, Georgia State University
  • David S. Fusani, PhD, Erie Community College
  • Don Stacks, University of Miami
  • Mara Einstein, Queens College
  • Patricia Fulfs, Sauk Valley Community College
  • Valerie Greenberg, University of the Incarnate Word
  • Robert Blade, Florida State College at Jacksonville
  • Stephen Price, Georgia College & State University
  • Jennifer Peters, Orange Coast College
  • Robert Abelman, Cleveland State University