'Cited by' information allows you to find other works that cite a document you've accessed.
It's an excellent tool for expanding your research. Generally, an article's research impact is measured by how often it's cited.
This section provides users with tips on accessing cited by information.
You can also use the same tools and methods to find out who is citing your own publications.
[Information on this page adapted from Political Science: Key Resources.]
How to find out who has cited a source
Below you'll find some tips on finding citation information for some of the major interdisciplinary databases. All are listed under Popular databases on the library home page.
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