Degree Granting Department
Deni Elliott, Ph.D.
Paul (Xiaopeng) Wang, Ph.D.
Loretha Cleveland, M.A.
Robert Dardenne, Ph.D.
Hawai`i, news, race, ethnicity, media bias
The front page of Hawai`i's largest-circulated newspaper - The Honolulu Star-Bulletin - was reviewed for a three-month period: March 1, 2008 - June 1, 2008, to examine representations of race in a media market where Caucasian individuals are the minority. Analysis of the newspaper seeks to present a greater understanding of ethnic portrayals in island news and examines ethical implications that have/can arise from adopting journalistic values typical of "white news" or mainstream reporting practices in areas where the mainstream is, in fact, the minority.
Scholar Commons Citation
Weaver, Cory J., "Headline Hawai`i: Racial Aloha in Kama`aina News" (2010). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.