Answered By: Teaching, Learning, and Academic Support Library Last Updated: Jun 05, 2017 Views: 41
Citation searching (also known as cited reference searching) allows you to start searching using a known reference to locate new articles which cite your known reference in their bibliographies. Below are examples of a few places you can perform a cited reference search.
Please see our guide on Cited Reference Searching for more information.
Go to ISI Web of Science
- Expand the drop down menu under 'Basic Search'
- Choose the 'Cited Reference Search'
- Conduct your search
Go to Business Source Complete
- Hover over 'More' in the orange bar across the top of the page.
- Click on 'Cited References.'
- You can search by author or by title; source; and keyword to get cited references.
SocIndex plus Text (available via EBSCO)--hover over 'More' in the orange bar at the top of the page and click on 'cited references.'
Google Scholar also includes the capacity to see articles that cite a particular work. Just search for the work; then click on Cited by (number) in the results.
To organize your citations; see University of Illinois Library; Urbana-Champaign; Online Reference Collection--click on Citation Management Tools.