POLS 381 :: Hawaii Politics
Spring 2019 @UH West Oahu

CRN:
66029 (Maui), 66031 (Kauai), 66035 (West Hawaii), 66037 (Molokai)
Credit Hours:
3
Instructor:
Kato, Masahide
mtkato@hawaii.edu
Instructional Mode:
ITV (HITS)
Instructional Mode:
ITV (HITS)
Dates:
01/07/2019 - 05/03/2019
Schedule:
F
4:00pm- 6:45pm
Origination Site: UH West Oahu
Receive Sites:Kauai CC, UH Center at West Hawaii (Palamanui Campus), UH Maui College (Kahului), UHMC Molokai Education Center
Schedule Notes:
HITS Locations
UH West Oahu Library Room B-157
Kauai CC Learning Resource Center Room 122
UH Maui College Kaaike Room 105CD
UH Center at West Hawaii (Palamanui) Koali Room 106
UH Maui College Molokai Education Center Room 103
Course Restrictions:
Course is restricted to UH West Oahu students on Maui, Kauai, Kona and Molokai.


Course Requirements:
In person attendance required at one of the HITS locations listed.
Course Prerequisites:
n/a
Course Description:
Cross-listed with HPST 381. 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) (DS)
Updated:
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 08:45:25