Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies

The second approach was to collect oral histories from a smaller number of informants. These oral histories vary from two to fifteen hours in length and provide in-depth accounts of experiences lived and remembered by informants, resulting in thicker, richer description of everyday life.
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Harry talks about his life during a video interview conducte...

Harry talks about his life during a video interview conducted by Nadya Foty.