The Introduction to Community Oral History targets the novice researcher. The book provides a blueprint for the process of qualitative research. Also, the authors present examples for each step to engage the reader from start to finish. Lastly, I point out the strengths and weakness of the book.


Community, Oral History, Qualitative Research, Book Reviews

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Yanlys de la Caridad Palacios-Alfonso is a second-year doctoral student at the University of South Florida. My current area of interest is young college students with disabilities in higher education. I am married and have two beautiful children Tommy 10 and Emily 4. Correspondence regarding this article can be addressed directly to: ypalaci2@mail.usf.edu.

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