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Qualitative Researching goes beyond a simple how-to book. While it is “suitable for all levels” and “easy to follow”, Qualitative Researching poses difficult questions to help the researcher become both critical and creative. Jennifer Mason helps the reader gets actively involved in the research process with an “investigative energy” in which she walks the reader through different ideas. A thorough and well thought out book, Qualitative Researching helps those designing a research project build a strong foundation by examining each step of the process through challenging questions.
Qualitative Research, Research Design, Research Process, Critical Questions
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Popham, J. (2019). Difficult Questions for Difficult Decisions: A Book Review. The Qualitative Report, 24(7), 1782-1783. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2019.4110
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