It appears to be a «typical» textbook in cultural relevance

It appears to be a «typical» textbook in cultural relevance

They talk in a great deal about statistics and facts about women’s wellness but spend very little time talking about those who are African Americans (mentioned twice), Hispanic https://hookupdate.net/tr/russiancupid-inceleme/ (mentioned once), Asian (mentioned once), lesbian/bisexual (one external link THAT is DEAD)

There are several mentions of workout facilities, children and families, etc. but there is little information for those in food deserts, very rural or high-occupancy urban settings that discourage some types of exercise, discussion of the types of food families tend to eat as cultural groups, or how to lose weight without spending much money (dieticians, doctors, etc.) These inclusions help all people feel included.

I believe this book is useful as an introductory tool and very much appreciate that it is the only text of it’s topic available.

The breadth of the topics covered is appropriate and is on par with many other Introduction to Wellness textbooks I have used in the past. My issue is that the depth and detail covered in each topic are not sufficient. Many of the topics within. read more

The breadth of the topics covered is appropriate and is on par with many other Introduction to Wellness textbooks I have used in the past. My issue is that the depth and detail covered in each topic are not sufficient. Many of the topics within each chapter only have one-to-two paragraphs, and only provides definitions. Leer más «It appears to be a «typical» textbook in cultural relevance»