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I need to know who has cited a work

One of the easiest ways to find out who else has cited the article you're interested in is to use the "Cited By" tool in Google Scholar.

  • Search in Google Scholar for the article you want to know more about. You can access Google Scholar from anywhere with any web browser by either keyword searching “Google Scholar” or using the following URL: scholar.google.com

 

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Google Scholar
  • Type the title of the article in quotes into the search bar and click "Search":

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Google Scholar with arrow
  • Locate your article in the search results, and look for the "Cited By" link underneath your article. This will tell you approximately how many times the articles has been cited by other scholars, which gives you a sense of how important the article is:

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Google Scholar List of Articles

 

  • Click on the "Cited By" link for a list of the articles and sources that cited the article you are interested in:

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Web page List of Articles Cited By