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Respecting the Host Culture: Why Are Guests' Values More Important

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Title: Respecting the Host Culture: Why Are Guests' Values More Important
Authors: Chang, Williamson B.C.
Chang, Williamson B.C.
Keywords: Mauna Kea
Issue Date: 11 Jun 2015
Publisher: Civil Beat
Abstract: In this controversy over Mauna Kea we are not acknowledging two things. First, we fail to take note, as the Governor pointed out, that Native Hawaiians are the host culture. Second, guests must respect the rules of the host. This has been forgotten. Thus, we have defined this controversy as one where the values of the host is less than the values of the guest.
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Published in Civil Beat, June 11, 2015.

[Native Hawaiians should not have to explain their religion or articulate why they view Mauna Kea as sacred. That which is most sacred is often beyond articulation] [From Civil Beat Newsmagazine “Connections”] June 11, 2015

Text of article prepared from a presentation given at Meijo University, Nagoya Japan, June 6, 2015.
Article prepared from a presentation:

Text prepared from a presentation given at Meijo University, Nagoya Japan, June 6, 2015.
Pages/Duration: 4 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/36063
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