Citation Chasing is a way to retrace the research of the author you are reading. You want to answer to two questions:
When you are chasing down citations, you are looking for books, journal articles, chapters in edited books and other resources that were published before your resource.
Chapters in Edited Books
*If no one in the consortium has the book, search in WorldCat and/or place an Interlibrary Loan Request
Cited reference searching is a way to explore the impact your resource has had on the conversation. The questions here are:
When you are doing cited reference searching, you are looking for books, journal articles, chapters in edited books and other resources that were published after your resource.
Using Google Scholar for Cited Reference Searching (A video from the NCUS libraries)
Scholarship is not written a vacuum but rather developed in conversation with other resources. A bibliography is a record of the books, journal articles, newspapers, websites, and other sources that the author refers to in their own work. You can take advantage of this trail of evidence to expand your search.
Once you find a source that seems really on point: