POLS 381 :: Hawaii Politics
Summer 2014 @UH West Oahu

CRN: 65037 (WI)
Credit Hours: 3
Instructor: M. Mironesco
micronesc@hawaii.edu
Instructional Mode: Online
Dates: 05/27/2014 - 07/03/2014
Course Restrictions: WI courses are restricted to 20 students as established by the UH system Writing Intensive Committee.
Course Requirements: This is an online class with no required chat times.
Course Prerequisites: Pre: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 200.
Course Description: What are Hawai`i's most urgent problems? What are their roots? What are the solutions? Pre-contact Native Hawaiian "island politics" is used as a baseline for evaluating the last 200 years of Americanization. This course offers an in-depth understanding of the basic values, institutions, and practices of government in Hawai`i, setting up a conversation between indigenous (Native) Hawaiian, European, Asian and other Polynesian voices. The course focuses on economic policy, environmental issues, and democratic participation in decision-making. (Cross-list HPST 381)
Textbooks: Books may be purchased at the West Oahu bookstore or ordered online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/westoahu.
Technical Requirements: Access the class through https://laulima.hawaii.edu. Use your UH username and password to login. Computer requirements for online courses and Laulima tutorials are available at http://www.uhwo.hawaii.edu/academics/distance-learning/online-student-tutorials/
Updated: Monday, April 7, 2014 15:52:34