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Locating Who Cited Your Work in JSTOR

 You can locate who is citing your work in JSTOR by searching for your works in the reference pages of articles.
This example uses the citation of  Munson, Henry. On the Irrelevance of the Segmentary Lineage Model in the Moroccan Rif. American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 91, No. 2 (Jun., 1989), pp. 386-400
1. Click on the tab for Advanced Search.
2. Enter the name of the author and the title of the article in two different search boxes.  You are searching for your citations in the bibliography of the paper, so you need to leave the setting for full-text. Take off the check mark for Include only content I can access. Click on the Article box under Item Type in the Narrow by area.
search box jstor
3. Click on the  Search button.
4. Click on the boxes next to the citations (except for self-citations). You will need to do this for all of the results pages.
Results from JSTOR search
5. Repeat the steps above to find citations for different works by the same author.
6. When you are click on the Save citation(s) button. 
7.You will need to login to a MyJSTOR account. You can register if you do not have an account.
8.  You should now see a list of all the citations. Ignore all self-citations and the original article by selecting on the box next to the citation and then clicking on the delete button.
JSTOR saved search
9. Click on the select all box and then click on the Export article citations button.
10. You can email or export the citations to a bibliographic manager such as EndNote. 
JSTOR citation export options

Created by: Cynthia Crosser | Revised: 01/23/2014
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