Cited Reference Searching in Scopus
1.If a cited article is itself indexed in Scopus, simply look it up in the Basic Search and cited by" with a number and a link will be on the right side of the record.
2. If the cited item is not indexed in Scopus, or if you are searching for citations of an author, not an item:
- Change the search option from Article Title, Abstract Keywords to References.
- Enter all the information you have about the item in the single search box.
1. : The options below the search box (date, etc.) refer to the publication date of the citing articles, not the cited reference.
2. Scopus does not handle relatively common names very well--especially when they are single authors, not part of a group of authors. It is often best to identify an author's work(s) in another resource and then search in Scopus for references to these specific, known items.
3. Despite it's size some core social sciences journals appear to be incompletely indexed in Scopus.
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