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Ke Aloha ‘Āina: Nā Luna Ho‘oponopono Nūpepa Nāna E Hō‘ike I Ke Aloha ‘Āina Ma O Nā Loina Kākau Hawai‘i.
|Title:||Ke Aloha ‘Āina: Nā Luna Ho‘oponopono Nūpepa Nāna E Hō‘ike I Ke Aloha ‘Āina Ma O Nā Loina Kākau Hawai‘i.|
|Authors:||Martin, Ernest Y., Jr|
|Date Issued:||May 2017|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa|
|Abstract:||Nationalist newspaper editors of the years 1892-1895 provide mostly unheard voices of|
the nation during a time plagued with turmoil. This qualitative analysis showcases the vernacular
of five newspaper editors of the period. I have extracted prose authored by these editors, and
examined their use of intergenerational literary devices in their discursive and political struggles.
Aloha ʻāina consciousness is apparent throughout the works of these five newspaper editors. This
research demonstrates the role newspaper editors played in the fostering of an aloha ʻāina
consciousness across the nation. The Hawaiian-language newspapers served as platforms of
social intercourse that today allow researchers to further our understanding of the 19th century
political thought and linguistic artistry of Kānaka Maoli.
|Description:||M.A. Thesis. University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa 2017.|
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M.A. - Hawaiian|
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