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Hulili Vol. 3 No. 1 2006

By Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni

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Title: Hulili Vol. 3 No. 1 2006  
Author: Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni
Volume: 3
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America, Hawaiian Education
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: Education
Historic
Publication Date:
2006
Publisher: Kamehameha Schools
Member Page: Hale Kuamoʻo Hawaiian Language Center

Description
A Hawaiian proverb says, “Ho ae ka ike heenalu i ka hokua o ka ale,” or “show your knowledge of surfing on the back of the wave. ” This saying suggests that talking about ones knowledge and skill is not enough; let it be proven (Olelo Noeau, 1013). As researchers, we like the process of discovery. We thrive on evidence. We design surveys and studies to find evidence that confirms our hunches. We want to test whether a certain theory is valid and meaningful. We want to identify relationships, show causality where possible, and grow and learn together from the growing evidence base of knowledge about our people. The 13 articles in Hulili Vol. 3 provide mounting evidence that Hawaiian perspectives matter, that Hawaiian language and knowledge systems are flourishing, and that Hawaiian identity and culture are central to Hawaiian well-being. From Hawaiian immersion classrooms in Keaau to creative writing workshops in Oregon, from the shorelines of Laie to the doctors office in Aotearoa, and from the courtrooms of Washington, DC to the puuhonua (place of refuge) in traditional Hawaii, these articles add to the evidence base that documents Hawaiian progress and well-being. These articles also reinforce the value of our own voices, our own stories, and our own kinds of evidence. The very existence of this publication—now in its third volume—gives other kinds of evidence. There is evidence that Hulili is filling an important gap by providing a forum for critical discussion about issues facing Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiians). There is evidence that Hawaiian scholars, educators, and service providers are amplifying the Hawaiian voice through quantitative and qualitative research. There is evidence that peer reviewers and other professionals place a high value on Hulili and are willing to volunteer their time to ensure the quality of the journal. And there is evidence that Hulili is spreading in influence as articles from previous volumes are being cited in other academic publications. None of this would be possible without the persistence, intelligence, and manao (ideas) of the contributing authors, to whom we extend a warm mahalo. We also encourage readers to submit work for future volumes and to strengthen the base of evidence that affirms who we are and where we want to be as a self-determining people.

Excerpt
This is the hour of our remembering, of our putting those parts of ourselves that have been dismembered and disenfranchised back together again. It is only from this place of wholeness, our holiness, that we can dream once more. And when we dream, let it be of a Hawaii where our people are healthy and vibrant, where we no longer kill ourselves with despair and abuse. Let us dream a Hawaii, as Dr. Manu Meyer says, “where our children are inspired to make knowledge joyful.” And let us dream a Hawaii where our land and her resources are loved and properly cared for.

Table of Contents
The Hour of Remembering. 9 -- Elizabeth Kapuuwailani Lindsey-On Being Hawaiian. 19 -- Jonathan Osorio-Grounding Hawaiian Learners—and Teachers—-in Their Indigenous Identity. 27 -- Monica A. Kaimipono Kaiwi-Kaupapa Maori Research and Pakeha Social Science:-Epistemological Tensions in a Study of Maori Health. 41 -- Fiona Cram, Tim McCreanor, Linda Tuhiwai Smith,-Ray Nairn, and Wayne Johnstone-Civil Rights and Wrongs: Understanding Doe v. Kamehameha Schools. 69 -- Trisha Kehaulani Watson-Family and Society-The Roles of Family Obligation and Parenting Practices-in Explaining the Well-Being of Native Hawaiian Adolescents-Living in Poverty. 103 -- Barbara D. DeBaryshe, Sylvia Yuen,-Lana N. Nakamura, and Ivette Rodriguez Stern-The Application of Terror Management Theory to-Native Hawaiian Well-Being. 127 -- A. Kuulei Serna-Education-“For the Interest of the Hawaiians Themselves”:-Reclaiming the Benefits of Hawaiian-Medium Education. 153 -- William H. Wilson and Kauanoe Kamana-Makawalu: Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment-for Literature through an Indigenous Perspective. 183 -- Monica A. Kaimipono Kaiwi and Walter Kahumoku III-Malama na Leo a Kuua na Olelo: Hanai-ing-a Native Hawaiian Creative Writing Curriculum. 207 -- Brandy Nalani McDougall-Ka Loina Kane: Changes in Station, Changes in Health. 237 -- An Introduction to the Triangulation of Meaning. 263 -- Manulani Aluli-Meyer-This Land Is My Land: The Role of Place in Native Hawaiian Identity. 281 -- Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni and Nolan Malone-The Roles of Family Obligation and Parenting Practices in Explaining the Well-Being of Native Hawaiian Adolescents-Living in Poverty. 103 -- Barbara D. DeBaryshe, Sylvia Yuen,-Lana N. Nakamura, and Ivette Rodriguez Stern-The Application of Terror Management Theory to-Native Hawaiian Well-Being. 127 -- A. Kuulei Serna-Education-“For the Interest of the Hawaiians Themselves”:-Reclaiming the Benefits of Hawaiian-Medium Education. 153 -- William H. Wilson and Kauanoe Kamana-Makawalu: Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment-for Literature through an Indigenous Perspective. 183 -- Monica A. Kaimipono Kaiwi and Walter Kahumoku III-Malama na Leo a Kuua na Olelo: Hanai-ing-a Native Hawaiian Creative Writing Curriculum. 207 -- Brandy Nalani McDougall-Health and Environment-Ka Loina Kane: Changes in Station, Changes in Health. 237 -- Bud Pomaikaipuuwaihamama Cook and Lucia Tarallo-Jensen-Hana Hou-An Introduction to the Triangulation of Meaning. 263 -- Manulani Aluli-Meyer-This Land Is My Land: The Role of Place in Native Hawaiian Identity. 281 --

 

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