In this review I offer an alternative perspective on the book Teaching Qualitative Research: Strategies for Engaging Emerging Scholars by emphasizing how the authors propose a holistic approach to learning qualitative research. Departing from the point of view of an emerging scholar, this piece was written as I was transitioning from a doctoral program to the professional world, learning with the authors what it is to teach qualitative research methods while being socialized as a scholar in the doing of qualitative research.


qualitative research, emerging scholars, teaching strategies

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Viviane Klen-Alves is a Ph.D. candidate in TESOL and World Language Education with a Certificate in Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies at the University of Georgia. Currently, Viviane teaches teaching education and language courses and conducts research on telecollaboration integrated to the classroom. Please direct correspondence to viviane@uga.edu.

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