•Cited Reference Searching allows you to "go forward in time" from a book or article you know to newer books or articels which have cited your original source since it has been published.
•However, if I want to know who has cited Basso's work since it has been published, I will use the "Cited Reference" searching approach.
•To find a series of related works that update (rather than predate) the work I know.
Many Databases the Library offers allow for Cited Reference Searching
Especially for Thesis writers:
Disserations & Theses @ The New School
Dissertations & Theses Fulltext
All Annual Review databases ("Cited Author" only)
•Using parentheses around titles of works will also give you better results when searching for references in other databases.
Communication & Mass Media Complete (EBSCOhost) Cited Reference Searching
•In top menu bar, Click on Cited References
Example: Who has cited Deborah Tannen's book "Talking from 9 to 5"?
•Select the Cited Work from the list and Click Find Citing Articles
•The resulting list will show you newer articles that cite Tannen's work
Web of Knowledge Cited Reference Searching
•Select Web of Science
•Click on Cited Reference Search
•Enter information about the work you know:
•The next screen shows how often (and how) the work has been cited:
•Select your work from a list of cited works (account for misspellings and date variants)