Scholarly conversations happen in person at conferences, symposia, over dinner, and out jogging. They also happen in publications and are discovered in cited references and book reviews. For your purposes in this class, the two main cited reference databases are Web of Science and Google Scholar. Using them, you can trace an idea, research, and scholarship through time, both past and future. Your own sources are cited references.
Who has cited the book, "Attention and Value: Keys to Understanding Museum Visitors," in their books and articles?