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  1. Rethinking Pacific Studies Twenty Years On.Wesley-Smith Terence - unknown
    This essay reflects on developments in the field since the 1995 publication of “Rethinking Pacific Islands Studies” first explored a number of intellectual or academic foundations of such programs. It suggests that the pragmatic rationale for Pacific studies, which often has more to do with influence than understanding, and the laboratory rationale, which values Pacific Islanders primarily as objects of study, are both alive and well twenty years on, albeit with more attention among practitioners to issues of positionality, research ethics, (...)
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  2. Theories in the Light of Contingency and Change: Possible Future Worlds and Well-Grounded Hope as a Supplement to Truth.Frank Ulrich - unknown
    Based on a critical account of the dominant concept of theory, the paper presents an alterna-tive, wider notion of theory. It is motivated by the need to cope with a contingent research subject and the assumption that IS should provide an orientation for managing the digital transfor-mation. Unlike neo-positivistic notions of theory, the proposed conception is not restricted to de-scriptions of the factual, but may be aimed at de-signing possible future worlds. Conceiving of possible future worlds requires overcoming the barriers (...)
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  3. Borrower’s Self-Disclosure of Social Media Information in P2P Lending.Ge Ruyi, Gu Bin & Feng Juan - unknown
    In peer-to-peer lending, soft information, such as borrowers’ facial features, textual descriptions of loan applications and so on, are regarded as potential signals to screen borrowers. In this study, we examine the signaling effect of a new category of soft information- social media information. Leveraging a unique dataset that combines loan data from a large P2P lending company with social media presence data from a popular social media site, and two natural experiments, we find two forms of social media information (...)
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  4. Classical Confucianism as a Vision for the Exemplary Treatment of Persons-a Contribution to the East-West Discourse on Human Rights.William Kelii Akina - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2010.
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  5. The Prism, Winter , Issue 4.Office of International and Exchange Programs - unknown
    A Smart Step by Anne Misawa; International Faculty and Scholars by Signe Nakayama; "Go For Broke!" The Spirit of the 442nd Lives On by Lois Kajiwara; UHM Nursing & Outreach College Partner in Hosting Nursing Faculty from China by Kris Qureshi & Judy Ensing; Up Close & Personal with Alfred Kan; Notes from Abroad with Mary Campany by Daphne Miyashiro; The Clubhouse: Zen Philosophy Club.
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  6. The Political Philosophy of Maruyama Masao : Cosmopolitanism From the Far East.Takashi Izumi - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2013.
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  7. Rehabilitating Momentariness : A Critical Revision of the Buddhist Doctrine of Momentariness.Itsuki Hayashi - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2013.
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  8. Dialogical Ethics.Timothy Roger Simard - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2013.
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  9. Philosophy Goes to High School : An Inquiry Into the Philosopher's Pedagogy.Chad Edward Miller - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2013.
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  10. Watsuji Tetsurō and the Subject of Aesthetics.Carl Matthew Johnson - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2012.
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  11. Student Interview for Place-Based WAC/WID Writing Instruction in Geology & Geophysics, Clip 15 of 17.Place-Based Wac/Wid Hui - unknown
    This item includes a segment of an a student interview in a Writing Intensive course in Geology & Geophysics at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The interview was conducted in 2014 and in this clip the interviewee is reflecting on how writing styles shift between disciplines.
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  12. Instructor Interview for Place-Based WAC/WID Writing Instruction in a Sophomore Honors Seminar, Clip 10 of 10.Place-Based Wac/Wid Hui - unknown
    This item includes a segment of an an instructor interview in a Writing Intensive course in a sophomore honors seminar at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The interview was conducted in 2015 and in this clip the interviewee is responding with thoughts on the connections between digital media, student activism, and the environment.
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  13. Instructor Interview for Place-Based WAC/WID Writing Instruction in English, Clip 5 of 12.Place-Based Wac/Wid Hui - unknown
    This item includes a segment of an instructor interview in a Writing Intensive course in English at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The interview was conducted in 2014, and in this clip the interviewee is responding to the question 'What observations on course dynamics and discussions do you have?'.
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  14. The Secret Life of Methods.Jack C. Richards - unknown
    This paper addresses two questions: How do Methods of language teaching differ from one another? What factors are responsible for the spread of Nethods? I hope to demonstrate that while fundamental differences between methods often relate to different views of the nature of language, or to different instructional theories, the reasons for the rise and fall of Methods are often independent of either of these factors. To understand the role of language theory, instructional theory and implementation factors in Methods, is (...)
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  15. Beach Access In Hawaii: From Private Exclusion To Public Domain.Jean R. M. Grace - unknown
    Having done the initial research and editing of the Bays and Harbors Voiume, Marine Atlas of Hawaii, I am submitting this 1974 publication as part of this honors thesis. This atlas, published by the Sea Grant Program of the University of Hawaii, is a compilation of historical; geographical; and quantitative materials gathered from various sources. It includes a fairly thorough physical description of all the shorelines of all the islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago, with specific bays and harbors detailed and (...)
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  16. Making Space for Knowing : A Capacious Alternative to Propositional Knowledge.Aaron Bradley Creller - unknown
    Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2014.
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  17. Facts, Things, and the Orphans of Girard College: Francis Lieber, Protopragmatist.Aviam Soifer - unknown
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  18. Secular Sectarianism, Perilous Neutrality.Aviam Soifer - unknown
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  19. Zen, Law and Language: Of Power and Paradigms.Williamson B. C. Chang - unknown
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  20. The Navajo Theory of Life and Behavior.James Kale McNeley - unknown
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  21. Understanding P. R. Sarkar: Epistemic Boundaries, Critical Commentaries and Comparative Analyses.Sohail Tahir Inayatullah - 1990 - Dissertation, University of Hawai'i
    Indian philosopher and activist Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar is the focus of this study. Taking a critical interpretive approach, we attempt not to explain but to understand Sarkar and his work. Chapter one alternatively reads Sarkar's life sympathetically placing him in the mythological hero narrative and critically placing him in the politics of mythification. Chapter two places Sarkar's work within positivist, interpretive and poststructural sites of knowledge. We develop Sarkar's work not as a predictive theory, but as an alternative cultural approach (...)
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  22. Rediscovering Musha-Ism : The Theory of Happiness in the Early Works of Mushako??Ji Saneatsu.Yoshihiro Mochizuki - unknown
    Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2005.
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  23. ???I He?? Koe? Placing Rapa Nui.Forrest Wade Young - unknown
    In August 2010, conflict between indigenous Rapa Nui people and the Chilean state in ???Easter Island??? escalated as Rapa Nui occupied institutions and lands claimed by the Chilean state. This article introduces competing discourses by which the events of August 2010, as well as subsequent conflicts, might be assessed: archaeological, tourist, Chilean, indigenous, and cosmopolitan ethnography. Ethnographic analysis illuminates the point that the nonindigenous discourses fail to coherently ???place??? the significance of Rapa Nui people in Easter Island and hence cannot (...)
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