This is singularly one of the best ways to use Google Scholar:
- Identify a scholarly article from a library database that is relevant and useful to your research
- Copy the title of the article from Step 1 into Google Scholar in quotation marks. This should bring up the article as the top search result.
- Looking at the record in Google Scholar, there should be a link that reads "Cited by #":
- Click on that and then bring up all of the articles that have cited this material. Obviously, if the article is really new, you won't be able to find anything, but if it's been around since 2015 or before, you might end up finding the perfect thing.
- Browse through the titles in this list, or select the checkbox "Search within citing articles" to limit your results some.