Citations for books list the publisher. In the example below the publisher is Routledge.
Marturano, A., & Gosling, J. (2008). Leadership: The key concepts. Routledge.
If instead you see volume and issue numbers, it's an article citation (Find an article by journal).
When trying to find a book, first identify the book's title. It's usually obvious when the citation is for an entire book like the one above, but don't be fooled by book chapter citations!
Gabby, J. & le May, Andree. (2009). Practice made perfect: Discovering the roles of a community of general practice. In A. le May (Ed.), Communities of practice in health and social care (pp. 49-65). Wiley-Blackwell.
Note: The book title for this citation is Communities of practice in health and social care.
If you have a book title, you can search for it using the Library book search.
If you need a more complete citation, search Google or Google Scholar with the information you have to fill in the gaps. You can also contact us, and we'll help investigate.
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