Cited Reference searching should be a part of any complete literature search. If you’re only searching keywords to find papers, you may be missing out on important papers and ideas. A cited reference search starts with a known item and moves forward in time, potentially guiding you through the evolution of a concept in the literature of one or more fields.
You can find articles that have cited a particular publication/work right from the landing page by selecting "Cited Reference Search"
How to do a Cited Reference Search?
To perform a comprehensive Cited Reference Search:
Example: I want to know how many articles cite this dual edition (and language) work:
Boltanski, Luc, & Thévenot, Laurent (1991). De la justification: les économies de la grandeur. Paris: Les Editions Gallimard.
Boltanski, L., & Thévenot, L. (2006). On Justification: Economies of Worth. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Cited Author: Boltanski L* OR Thevenot L*
Cited Work: De la justifi* OR On justifi*
Cited year(s): Omit and then refine if needed to: 1991 OR 2006
Note that the number of results returned may vary from the number of citing articles listed on the full record since it will reflect on your institutional subscription. Results that are published in journals indexed in Web of Science will have a View Record link.