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Hawaii Magazine

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ISBN : WISC:89096077920
Genre : Travel
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Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.

The Unofficial Guide To Hawaii

Author : Rick Carroll
ISBN : 9780470637227
Genre : Travel
File Size : 42. 67 MB
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Hawaii For Dummies

Author : Cheryl Farr Leas
ISBN : 9780470949153
Genre : Travel
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The Hawaiidiet

Author : Terry Shintani
ISBN : 9780671026677
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Originally self-published, this innovative new dietary program combines the ancient health-promoting techniques of the Hawaiian islands with the most recent technological breakthroughs to present an "all-you-can-eat" program that enables lasting weight loss and health benefits. Reprint.

The American Surfer

Author : Kristin Lawler
ISBN : 9781136879838
Genre : Social Science
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The image of surfing is everywhere in American popular culture – films, novels, television shows, magazines, newspaper articles, music, and especially advertisements. In this book, Kristin Lawler examines the surfer, one of the most significant and enduring archetypes in American popular culture, from its roots in ancient Hawaii, to Waikiki beach at the dawn of the twentieth century, continuing through Depression-era California, cresting during the early sixties, persistently present over the next three decades, and now, more globally popular than ever. Throughout, Lawler sets the image of the surfer against the backdrop of the negative reactions to it by those groups responsible for enforcing the Puritan discipline – pro-work, anti-spontaneity – on which capital depends and thereby offers a fresh take on contemporary discussions of the relationship between commercial culture and counterculture, and between counterculture and capitalism.

Hawaii Ediz Inglese

Author : Jeff Campbell
ISBN : 9781742203447
Genre : Travel
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Color Outdoors chapter explores Hawaii, from coral to crater to canyon. Events Calendar features major festivals and cultural events. Green index directs you to environmentally and culturally friendly listings. Lonely Planet knows Hawaii. This 9th edition will lead you through the best of this paradisiacal island state, revealing secret beaches, deep canyons, plunging waterfalls, cultural and local insights, and top surf spots for each main island (as sleuthed out by a Surfer magazine writer!). Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.

Oahu

Author : Glenda Bendure
ISBN : 1740592018
Genre : Travel
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Suggests activities, accommodations, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping trips on the island of Oahu.

The Good Carbohydrate Revolution

Author : Terry Shintani
ISBN : 9780743405997
Genre : Cooking
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Presents a weight-loss program designed to maximize health while keeping the weight off for good, discussing the use of "good" carbohydrates that promote weight loss and appetite control and the dangers of no-carb diet plans.

Radical The Image Of The Surfer And The Politics Of Popular Culture

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This dissertation uses classical social theory and psychoanalysis to examine the image of the surfer in American popular culture over the last century. The surfer has been a consistent and enduring American archetype; it signifies a way of relating to the world that is profoundly subversive of capitalist work discipline, of the separation between the human and the natural, and of rigid gender roles. In addition, although defenders of these values, from Puritan missionaries in Hawaii to mid-century critics of California "surf bums," have always been highly opposed to the surfing subculture, commercial forces use it to sell both tourism and products. In this way, the image of the surfer illustrates what Daniel Bell has called the cultural contradictions of capitalism, whereby the commercial side of capitalism taps into subterranean, repressed desires on the part of the public - precisely those desires most ardently repressed by the employer side of capitalism and the ascetic Puritan work ethic and disrespect for nature that Max Weber points up as its essence.

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