University of Hawai'i - West O'ahu
The impact speaking Pidgin has had on the lives of people who grew up and received an education in Hawai‘i, and how the negative stigmas associated with it has challenged Pidgin speakers at home and in school, as well as in our wider society, and how allowing Pidgin in education can alter the Western expectations that are embedded in everything we do.
Students Kimberly Ae, Reese Bonilla and Bethany Garllarde's podcast assignment for Professor Yasmine Romero's ENG 300 class.
Files contain an interview in .mp3 format, a transcript, consent form, and promotional materials
language, pidgin, education in Hawai'i
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