Find related research easily
An enhanced ‘Further reading’ feature now appears on all articles across our journal and article platform, Taylor & Francis Online, displaying a list of related and recommended content for readers. Preview what it looks like and learn how you can use the tool to inspire your own research.
Maintaining a sound understanding of research being done in your field is an essential part of every researcher’s career. When your article goes through peer review, the journal’s editor and peer reviewers will want to see you’ve engaged with relevant and current scholarship. Reading articles related to your topic can inform your own work – sparking new ideas and questions, and helping you position your article within the wider body of literature.
How to use the ‘Further reading’ feature
With an ever-growing volume of research available online, manually searching and compiling a list of relevant articles to read can be time-consuming. That’s why we’ve introduced the enhanced ‘Further reading’ feature covering all 4.5 million articles on Taylor & Francis Online, displaying a list of related and recommended content so you can find and browse relevant research easily. You’ll see the feature on all article pages – as shown below:
Use the tool to find other relevant articles by clicking through the following tabs:
- People also read – articles that readers have also read
- Recommended articles – powered by AI, these recommendations are based on keywords and article content
- Cited by – discover other articles that have referenced and cited the article. This includes articles hosted by other publishers’ platforms.
If you’ve published an article on Taylor & Francis Online, the feature will also help your article reach the eyes of relevant readers – as a ‘Further reading’ suggestion for other researchers working on similar topics. Read more about how to maximize the impact of your research in our guide.