•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.