What is self citations?
A self-citation is a reference to an article from the same journal. Self-citations can make up a significant portion of the citations a journal gives and receives each year. You can compare self-citing rates and self-cited rates to supplement your journal evaluation.
What is APSA citation style?
APSA style generally follows Chicago Manual of Style’s author-date citation practice. It requires parenthetical references within the text of the paper and a list of references at the end. First line of each reference is set flush left and subsequent lines are indented.
How do you download citations from a paper?
Exporting Citations from Google Scholar
- Use the “My Library” link to see your saved citations.
- Use the checkbox next to each citation to select citations for download.
- Click on the Export/Download button to download the selected citations.
- Select the format that you’d like to download from the list.
What is considered self-citation?
Referencing your own previously published work is known as self-citation. It is important to give citations when ideas, data, etc have been discussed in your previous publications.
How do you cite a website in APSA?
Website citations include these elements in this order: Author. Year. “Resource Title.” URL (Most Recent Date Accessed).
How do you find all citations in a paper?
Access at http://www.scopus.com (using Raven when you’re not on campus). Type in the name of the paper you are interested in, and search. You can see all the papers that have cited the original paper by viewing the full record under ‘cited by’.
How do you find a good citation?
Go to http://google.scholar.com. If you have a Google account, you can log into it and Google will make searching for your citations very easy. Fill out your profile. Choose the articles you have written from the list that is discoverd for authors with your name.