This review highlights salient features of the book, Teaching Qualitative Research: Strategies for Engaging Emerging Scholars. The review notes the practical applications of the book, including the advice that the book’s authors offer about beginning research projects. Of particular note in the review is the way the authors balance a classroom introductory approach to qualitative work, while also giving attention to the depth and complexity of the methodologies that are used.


Introductory Methods, Pedagogy, Qualitative Paradigms

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Jason D. DeHart is an assistant professor of reading education at Appalachian State University. His research interests include multimodal texts and the ways teachers use texts to engage adolescent readers and readers who struggle. He can be reached at dehartjd@appstate.edu.

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