Seminar with Acushla Dee O'Carroll

ANALYSIS ON HOW RANGATAHI MAORI USE SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

Our Director at Kamakakūokalani, Maile Andrade, is hosting Acushla Deanne O'Carroll, a Massey University PhD candidate in Arts. She is the recipient of the 2013 Fullbright-Harkness New Zealand Fellowship for her outstanding record of achievement and leadership. Miss O'Carroll's work focuses on how rangatahi (Māori youth) usage of social networking sites (SNS) affects the communication, articulation, identification, socialization and practice of culture.


To view Acushla's bio and abstract of her paper, click here.

Talk with Acushla Dee O'Carroll

Thursday, Sep. 12th 2013 at 10am-12pm

2645 Dole St

Honolulu, HI

This event will be held at the Laka me Lono Resource Center at the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies. Light refreshments will be served.