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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
Hawaii provides a unique opportunity to measure social change as it relates to ethnicity and race relations in the United States. This opportunity has been seized by sociologists at the University of Hawaii, using papers by their students to discover the patterns which emerge in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic society. In this way, researchers such as Romanzo Adams, Bernard Hormann and Andrew Lind have increased our understanding of the social forces at work in Hawaii. The pattern is continued by Wayne S. Wooden, who taught sociology at the Hilo campus of the University of Hawaii.
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