The RASRL (Romanzo Adams Social Research Laboratory) database provides a key to a treasure trove of student research papers covering over fifty years (1920s – 1970s) of observations of family, community and workplace relations throughout Hawaii. Interrelations between different races were commonly discussed in the papers.
Tips to dig into the RASRL database:
Browse the subject terms to get a better idea of what topics are being discussed in the papers.
Papers have not been scanned but we welcome you to see them in the Hamilton Library Moir Reading Room (Tues – Friday 10AM – 4PM) or by appointment.
To see a paper send an email with the call no., title or author of item to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You searched for Stereotypes Your search retrieved 1 result. RASRL.BoxA-1.3.F86.10285 The Plantation Community 1940
Cowan, Jean Strohlin, Roy Sugar Plantation, Plantation Camps, Stereotypes, Racial Characteristics Waipahu Oahu 21.387 -158.009