If you are looking for a book written about the qualitative research experience, you can find it in Victor Minichiello and Jeffery A. Kottler’s (2010c) edited volume Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research. For a neophyte qualitative researcher who is finding his voice as a budding qualitative scholar, this book serves as an inspiration. This easy-to-read book gives a firsthand look at what other new, and oftentimes struggling, qualitative researchers experienced as they began their research journeys. Overall, the book builds a sense of excitement and interest in the qualitative paradigm; and, after reading it, I am energized to move forward with my own qualitative journey.
Qualitative Research, Stories, Novice, Journey
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Robison, M. K. (2009). Neophyte Qualitative Researcher Finding His Voice Through Qualitative Journeys. The Qualitative Report, 15(1), 285-287. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol15/iss1/13