PhD and Masters theses can be considered scholarly citations. Search for the title of your publication theses in Google Scholar.
Theses may appear in the citations listed in Google Scholar. These will generally be housed in university Institutional Repositories.
Has your book been cited?
The Web of Science Book Citation Index includes book and chapter citation data from selected publishers.
The Book Citation module can be searched separately or together with the other Web of Science indexes such as Science edition (2005 - present) and Social Sciences & Humanities edition (2005 - present).
The Scopus database includes 50,000 books and edited books. The Scopus content lists include a listing of the books indexed.
To check how many times a book has been cited in Scopus, search by title and author.
To display records for books which are not indexed in Scopus but appear in references, click on view secondary documents.
Who holds your book?
Use these databases to find out how many libraries hold your book, as an indication of the impact of the book.
WorldCat (OCLC) - search portal for over 10,000 libraries worldwide
Trove - National Library of Australia service that includes access to Australian theses
Has the book been reviewed?
Check out the following resources to locate reviews of your book:
Factiva - full text access to Australian and International newspapers.
Google Books - enter the author's name, title or title keywords and Review.
JSTOR - Select Advanced Search, enter words from the title, then select Reviews in Narrow By area.
Project Muse - Enter search terms. Under Content Type select Reviews.
Web of Science - Select Cited Reference Search. Enter the author name in the Cited Author box and the first words of the book title in the Cited Work box. When results display, select all then refine to Book Review for the document types drop down list.