Citation Searching

Changes to Library services during the COVID-19 service disruption.

Tips for effective searching:
1.  Look at all writings by a relevant author and co-authors.
2.  Explore the bibliography of a relevant article for more articles.
3.  Discover whether the articles have been cited since publication.

Use Citation Indexes to find if a particular author and/or paper has been cited by other authors.

Web of Science
      
You have the article  "Kosher food and the law"  Stern, Marc D. in Judaism  39 no 4 Fall 1990, p 389-401

       In the Basic Search box, key in author's name and initials and select Author from the drop down menu.
               Stern, M*
       Retrieve abbreviation of journal name from list provided, especially if the author has a common name.  Judaism
       Enter year of publication.  
       Select search. 
       Results are in reverse order of publication date; scroll down to find article above.
       On right hand side, see number of times article has been cited - in this case 4 times.
       Select the results the click on Finish Seach
       The record of the citing articles provides a link to the bibiliographies of those records and any citing articles.

Note:  To create Citation Alerts and  be notified of any future citings of this article, select Searches and alerts from the toolbar.

      
Scopus
       Select Author Search from menu bar.
        Enter author's name and affiliation if known.
               Regenstein Carrie E.
          Select the relevant author from results.   On right hand side all published articles by the author will be listed.  Click on article for citing references.

Google Scholar 
     By connecting via Carleton Library, you will be able to seamlessly connect to the full-text of articles that are part of the library's collection. 

Remember to see if an citing article has itself been cited.

Content last reviewed: July 16, 2020