Kāle and Kāle

Kāle and Kāle portrays the subtle everyday interactions and relationships between an uncle and nephew, both nicknamed Kāle (pronounced kah-lay), and their families in rural Nepal. Rather than adopt a conventional ethnographic approach, which might depict these individuals as representatives of a par...

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Other Authors: Spray, Stephanie A. (Screenwriter, Director, Producer)
Format: Movie Electronic
Language:Nepali
Published:Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2007.
Series:Sensory ethnography lab.
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Online Access:Alexander Street Press, Ethnographic Video Online Access limited to Lewis University students, faculty and staff.
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Online Access:Alexander Street Press, Ethnographic Video Online Access limited to Lewis University students, faculty and staff.