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When Injustice Becomes Justice: Western Domination Over Hawai'i Through Political Mythmaking
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|Title:||When Injustice Becomes Justice: Western Domination Over Hawai'i Through Political Mythmaking|
|Keywords:||Polynesia - Hawaii|
|LC Subject Headings:||Sovereignty.|
Hawaiians--Politics and Government.
|Abstract:||In the intellectual, political and cultural relationships between the West and Hawai'i, there consistently have been a one-way discourse of political mythmaking. The Hawaiians get reduced demographically, culturally and morally, while the Westerner get elevated in these areas. I will posit that Hawaiian loss of land, resources and sovereignty all started when the West usurped self-representation of the Hawaiians, not when they got usurped militarily, economically nor politically. Usurpation of the Hawaiians' self-representation meant for the West a windfall profit of all of their resources. [Political myth, Western domination, Social sustainability--argument, Moral--argument, Innocence-argument, Hawai'i, racism, colonialism, Knowledge/Power, History, Anthropology--caucasians, Representation--politics, Media--textualanalysis, cultural criticism, Natives--Hawai'i]|
|Description:||Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1993|
Pacific Islands Studies
|Pages/Duration:||vi, 142 leaves|
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|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Islands Studies Plan A Masters Theses|
M.A. - Pacific Islands Studies
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