Answered By: Gabe Gossett
Last Updated: Jul 23, 2018     Views: 40

Google Scholar is an effective tool for finding articles that have cited a source already. So if you have an article that is good on your topic, you can often locate other articles that might be useful, and more recent, by looking up journal articles by title and clicking on "Cited by," as show in the screenshot below. Sometimes it helps to search by title and an author last name. You can also search within the citing articles, if needed, after following the link.

This screenshot highlights where to locate the "Cited by" link. Please note that these links include the number of sources citing the article too. In this example, the text reads "Cited by 51." Following the link will take us to a page where we can see a list of those articles and search within them.

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