Finding out who has referred to your article connects you to the scholarly “conversation” or discussion of the topic and research. You may find articles that agree and other articles that disagree with your author’s methodology, interpretation, conclusions, etc. Some articles may use your author’s data sets. You also can use these articles to evaluate your author’s findings and to decide whether or not to refer to the article in your paper.
Web of Science: Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) Choose "Cited Reference Search."
Google Scholar See Cited by #.
Cited References: How do I Find Who Cited an Article or Book Library Guide.