Answered By: Shanna Pearson Last Updated: Jul 18, 2017 Views: 90
There are multiple ways to find out if another author has cited your source:
1. Go to Google Scholar and type in the title of the article using quotation marks (e.g., "The working environment in small firms: Responses from owner-managers"). When you find your article in the search results list, you will be able to see how many times this particular journal has been cited in other publications. Click on the "Cited by" hyperlink (see example below).
2. EBSCO Databases - To find out who has cited your article, click on the "Cited References" tab located along the top left corner of the database screen. On the "Cited References" page, enter your article information and find your article from the results list. Click on "Times Cited in this Database" to find out who has cited your article.
3. ProQuest Databases - To find out who has cited your article, find your article in the database by doing a 'Document Title' or author search. If your article has been cited in other publications, you will see a "Cited by (1)" hyperlink within the article record.