A book review on The Lively Science by Michael Agar, published in 2021. In this review, we examine the three underlying points around which Agar structures the book, then appraise the book from our lens as novice female researchers. We end the review by sharing a reading guide novice researchers could use to document their reading and understandings.
The Lively Science, book review, qualitive research
Special acknowledgment to our professor Dr. Audra Skukauskaite for providing guidance on this paper.
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Schmidt, A. N., & Mitchell, M. K. (2022). The Lively Science: A Book Review. The Qualitative Report, 27(3), 842-846. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2022.5531