It is helpful to know if an article has been cited by other scholars. The fact that is has been cited shows that it a credible and informative source.
The JSTOR database offers this service. Here’s how to find those citations:
|1. Once you’ve found an article you like, click on the title for more information|
|2. In the right hand menu, you will see a list of options, including “Items Citing this Item”available through Google Scholar.|
3. Once you click that link, a new window will open with a list of articles and books that cite the original article.
4.To find out if we have those articles, make note of the journal and then use the e-journals link on the library home page to see if we carry the journal.
You can also do the same within Google Scholar (www.scholar.google.com)
1. Once you done a search on Google Scholar, each result will have a “Cited By” link under the citation.
2. “Related Articles” will take you to more articles on that same topic, while Find It!@SJU will search our databases to see if it is in our collection.