Books That MatterWestview Press publishes outstanding undergraduate- and graduate-level textbooks that satisfy your course needs. Professors, browse our list of new titles and classroom classics by academic discipline and course name and discover the ideal books for you and your students. Westview Press books are available in print editions wherever books are sold, and our affordable ebook editions are available for purchase and as rentals from your students’ favorite online retailers.
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Exam & Desk Copies
Westview Press offers complimentary exam copies to qualified instructors—they can be ordered on an individual title’s book detail page.
About Westview Press
Westview Press was founded in 1975 in Boulder, Colorado, by notable publisher and intellectual Fred Praeger. Now forty years later, Westview Press continues to publish scholarly titles and high-quality undergraduate and graduate level textbooks in core social science disciplines. With books developed, written, and edited with the needs of serious nonfiction readers, professors, and students in mind, Westview Press honors its long history of publishing “books that matter.” Westview Press is a proud member of the Perseus Books Group and is located at 2465 Central Avenue, Boulder, CO 80301.
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