How do you find how many times a paper has been cited?
Navigate to Google Scholar, which can be found under “G” in “Find a Database”. Here you simply search for the article in which you are interested. Under the link, you can see the number of times the article has been cited.
What is meant by cited by?
Clicking the ‘cited by’ link in Google Scholar will display a list of articles and documents that have cited the document originally retrieved in the search. This makes it possible to uncover other documents that are related by topic or subject to the original document.
What are headings and subheadings in a paper?
The use of headings and subheadings give the readers a general idea of what to expect from the paper and leads the flow of discussion. These elements divide and define each section of the paper. APA recommends five-level heading structure based on the level of subordination.
What are headings and subheadings?
Headings and subheadings organize content to guide readers. A heading or subheading appears at the beginning of a page or section and briefly describes the content that follows.