Every research article will have a literature review section. Web of Science indexes core journal articles
Literature Review Search Strategies
Comb through bibliographies and literature reviews of relevant journal articles and books. You'll probably start to see patterns: authors, journals, and themes that show up over and over.
Find Full Text through the Library: If you find an article in a bibliography that you’d like to access, search for that article in Library Search.
Find out who cited an article, and how many times it was cited, through Web of Science andGoogle Scholar. This will show you how influential an article was and gives you more articles and authors to investigate.
Web of Science has "Related Records" to the right in the record for a specific article ( that you find, say, through a topic search) that brings together articles that cite the same sources. The more there are, the more likely the articles are touching on the same topics.