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Cited reference searching in Google Scholar

To find out if a work has been cited in Google Scholar:  

  • Search for a distinctive phrase from the article title (enclose in double quotation marks) and author's family name. The following example searches an article written by the AUT Profesor Elaine Rush

  • On the results list, use the Cited by link to display a list of items that cite your article
  • If you want to find those publications cited Rush's article from 2012, click Cited by 264.  On the next page, click Custom range, type 2012 to the box and click Search.

   The next page will only show the publications cited this article from 2012

  • You may like to be informed about any new publications cited this article. Click on to get the alert service from Google Scholar.