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The use of marketing concepts by private colleges and universities in Hawaii to increase enrollments
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The self-perceived educational needs of African American students enrolled in Hawaii's public schools
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A case study of parent and child perceptions of effective identification, placement, and socialization practices in a selected public elementary school's emotionally impaired program in Hawaii
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Kimo
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Consciousness of social hierarchy as reflected in Heian aristocracy
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Bypass for a “leaky” educational pipeline: a case study of the Bridge Program at Punahou School
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Betel nut chewing culture: the social and symbolic life of an indigenous commodity in Taiwan and Hainan
Ohana B&B
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Communities of innovation: Cyborganic and the birth of networked social media
Canoe to classroom: examining why Hawai'i's schools are adopting a navigation approach to education
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The Americano
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Native Hawaiians and college success: Does culture matter?
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"What is black, white and yellow all over?" an analysis of the racial experiences of people of Asian/white and Asian/black heritage
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Culturally relevant pedagogy in an elementary school for indigent native peoples
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Campus colorlines: the changing boundaries of race within institutions of higher education in the post-civil rights era
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Factors related to college graduation among private and public secondary school students
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Factors which lead to reverse transfer
A study of Pacific Islander scholarship football players and their institutional experience in higher education
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The possible impact of elements of institutional culture on women students' higher education attainment in Hawaii
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Representational conquest: tourism, display, and public memory in “America’s finest city”
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Unsettling the Nation
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Who do we tell? School violence and reporting behavior among native Hawaiian high school students
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Historical reconstitution of the arrival of Fao, an evangelist, on Lifou in 1842 : Fao explaining his religion to the chief's messenger, in front of the church of Chepenehe
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