Ok, so I was hunting for a journal target for a working paper.
I needed to find possible outlets beyond obvious A-levels.
Thought I would take a key reference and see who had cited it and then hunt THAT set of cites for possible journal outlets.
Web of Knowledge has some awesome cited reference search tools, but ONLY for articles.
So, back to google scholar. Found the reference, a chapter from 2001 in Social Capital: Theory and Research (that’s a sexy title).
Clicked on the “cited 568” link.
Now, I have a list of those 568. I don’t want social capital and health, for example, so next I nee to search WITHIN these for results.
First, check the “search within citations” check box at the top of page.
Then click down arrow in search box.
Next, you get all your choices.
Make sure you use OR in caps for multiple selections. Also, you can use truncated terms like “manang*”.
Voila! From 568 to 46.
- “Manipulating Google Scholar Citations and Google Scholar Metrics: Simple, Easy and Tempting” (digital-scholarship.org)
- Major Update to Google Scholar Website (accounting.typepad.com)