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Fo Da People
|humaniTEA-Fo Da People - FinalSubmission.mp3||11.57 MB||Unknown||View/Open|
|humaniTEA-Fo Da People - Podcast Script (FINAL).pdf||87.23 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
|humaniTEA-Fo Da People - Promotional Material.png||780.42 kB||image/png||View/Open|
|humaniTEA-Fo Da People - Rationale.pdf||784.84 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
|humaniTEA-Fo Da People - Signed-Romero-Fo Da People_Hum 300_Consent Forms.pdf||170.95 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
|dc.description||Students Christian Chong, Marisa Turner, Rachelle Kozuma, and Noah Ulep's podcast assignment for Professor Yasmine Romero's ENG 300 class.<p> Files contain an interview in .mp3 format, a transcript, consent form, and promotional materials|
|dc.description.abstract||There’s this idea that seems to permeate the ideological thinking of many, and it’s that the homeless people— or even struggling people, are in control of what causes them to go into this disadvantaged state. People are led to believe that all the homeless are lazy people, drunkards, or even drug addicts that deserve no leniency or help from the state. Regardless of whether or not it rings true for some, these alienating thought processes do nothing but to further tarnish the reputation of the people that are failed not by their own merit, but by the circumstances that they’re forced into.<br>[The purpose and stakes of the podcast are to] inform people about other implications that forced people into homelessness [and] create more awareness surrounding the Hawaii homeless situation.|
|dc.format.extent||8 minutes and 13 seconds|
|dc.publisher||University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu|
|dc.title||Fo Da People|
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