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A growing number of textbooks published by Cambridge University Press are now available for review online.

Instead of waiting for a print exam copy, we are offering free access to available electronic versions of the textbook you are considering. If an electronic version is available for adoption review, this will be indicated on question 17 of the form below.

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For Exam Copies (texts under consideration for adoption): Qualified college faculty may request up to three exam copies through this website for their course where a textbook change is being considered. Please fill out a separate form for each exam copy you request.

For Desk Copies (texts which have been adopted): One desk copy per adoption will be provided to instructors who have submitted a bookstore order for a Cambridge University Press title as a required text for their course. An additional desk copy may be provided for a second instructor or TA for multiple sections of over 25 students.

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Bullying in Different Contexts

Monks/Coyne

9781107743243 (this will be an eReview)

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