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Charlene J. Sato's "John E. Reinecke: His Life Work"

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Title: Charlene J. Sato's "John E. Reinecke: His Life Work"
Authors: Okano, Sharon
Advisor: Brown, James D.
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: This tribute begins with a summary of the essay, John E. Reinecke: His Life and Work, written by Dr. charrene J. Sato and Aiko T. Reinecke (1987). The essay serves as the introductory chapter to a colrection of works compired in memory of Dr. John E. Reinecke (1904-1987). The sections following the summary will explore ways in which J. E. Reinecke's personal and professional endeavors served to inspire and guide future study of Pidgins and creoles and challenged the inequalities and prejudices faced by the common people of Hawai'i. The final section will discuss aspect of Dr. charlene J. sato's career that may have been influenced by Dr. Reinecke's life and work.This tribute begins with a summary of the essay, John E. Reinecke: His Life and Work, written by Dr. charrene J. Sato and Aiko T. Reinecke (1987). The essay serves as the introductory chapter to a colrection of works compired in memory of Dr. John E. Reinecke (1904-1987). The sections following the summary will explore ways in which J. E. Reinecke's personal and professional endeavors served to inspire and guide future study of Pidgins and creoles and challenged the inequalities and prejudices faced by the common people of Hawai'i. The final section will discuss aspect of Dr. charlene J. sato's career that may have been influenced by Dr. Reinecke's life and work.This tribute begins with a summary of the essay, John E. Reinecke: His Life and Work, written by Dr. charrene J. Sato and Aiko T. Reinecke (1987). The essay serves as the introductory chapter to a colrection of works compired in memory of Dr. John E. Reinecke (1904-1987). The sections following the summary will explore ways in which J. E. Reinecke's personal and professional endeavors served to inspire and guide future study of Pidgins and creoles and challenged the inequalities and prejudices faced by the common people of Hawai'i. The final section will discuss aspect of Dr. charlene J. sato's career that may have been influenced by Dr. Reinecke's life and work.
Pages/Duration: 4 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/40782
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