The text should be then reread critically and slowly as if a friend is being questioned amiably, imagining his/her answers and then questioning them. If the reader disagrees, the source should not be out rightly rejected rather it should be read in a way that would encourage one’s own original thought process. Until and unless some ideas of one’s own are not deliberated upon, the sources cannot be fully engaged.
The reader should read sources creatively and actively like an engaged partner rather than reading them passively as a consumer. Even if the reader agrees with the sources, he/she must go beyond one’s sources to have richness in work which would also enhance the quality of writing. It becomes a satisfying moment when the source confirms with the views of the reader. But if the researcher passively agrees he would not be able to develop his own ideas. Therefore, the reader should extend his/her source claims like what can be the new sources that could be covered.