In an age of growing concern over issues of social justice, Gaile S. Canella, Michelle Salazar Perez, and Penny A. Pasque offer a refreshing examination of the process and purpose of conducting Critical Qualitative inquiry. A series of essays from noted scholars examine the researcher paradigm in a novel paradigm: globalization and social justice. The reviewer examined the collection of essays as someone who has had little experience with this form of academic inquiry.


Critical Qualitative Inquiry, Qualitative Research, Social Justice

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Daniel C. Allen is a Professor of History at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, TX. His area of expertise is Teacher Education, History and Philosophy of Education, and Rural Education. He teaches courses on American History and is conducting research in the field of Rural Education. Correspondence regarding this article can be addressed directly to: Daniel C. Allen at, Daniel.allen@tvcc.edu.

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