Why is the commodification of culture place dangerous for Hawai i � The

Why is the commodification of culture place dangerous

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°Why is the commodification of culture & place dangerous for Hawai i? ʻ °How does the vicious cycle of cultural misrepresentation at the hands of the tourism industry Work? What 2 forces coincided in the 1950s that contributed to Hawai i s tourism boom? How does tourism contribute to population growth in Hawai i?
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How much has Hawai i s population increased since statehood? On average, what is the ratio of tourists to Native Hawaiianson an annual basis? What years did Waikiki see the most hotel growth/development? Why has this development throughout Waikiki & Honolulu negatively impacted local residents more than it has helped? From the video Sand Island Story, how did rapid population growth and urban development displace many Native Hawaiians & locals during the 1970s? What was the city planning to do with Sand Island after evicting the “squatters”? What statistic indicates that Hawai i s homeless problem is rather a homeless ʻ ʻepidemic? Why are Hawai i s homeless numbers so high despite having one of the lowest ʻ ʻunemployment rates in the U.S.? What is the main reason for homelessness in Hawai i? EA: SOVEREIGNTY AS A SOLUTION According to Dr. Trask, what was the catalyst for the modern Hawaiian sovereignty movement and what year did it occur?
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