Kamehameha III

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  • Kamehameha Nursing Home: A Case Study

    As of year 2015, there were 120 residents in Kamehameha Nursing Home who suffered physical injuries because of falls. This is an alarming rate as the number of falls tremendously increased. Because of the alarming increased rate of fall in Kamehameha Nursing Home, needs assessments were conducted to identify risk factors and ways to address it. The aims of the needs assessment were: a. Determining the causes of falls b. Determining the effects of falls to the residents of Kamehameha Nursing Home c. Determining fall prevention barriers and knowing possible strengths of the residents in the facility. d. Determining the interest of the residents in different educational and fall prevention strategies e. Training and educating Kamehameha Nursing…

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  • King Kamehameha The Great Chief

    When Kamehameha was born in 1758, Halley's Comet appeared over the Hawaiian skies. Legend prophesied that a light in the sky with feathers like a bird would signal the birth of a great chief. Kamehameha would grow up to be a strong ruler who succeeds by eliminating all the rival chiefs. Warring clans saw him as a potential threat because Alapa´inui feared he would take away his throne, so Kamehameha had the equivalent of a price on his head from the day he was born. For this reason, the child…

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  • Essay On Hawaiian Mele

    written to honor the departed chiefs, especially Kamehameha I. It may seem irrelevant or insignificant compared to Kaulana Na Pua. However, Kamehameha I made a significant impact in Hawaii’s history. In the mele “Na Alii” it talks about how the chiefs brought righteousness to Hawaii and how they were royal and famous. The chiefs were compared to Napoleon and even when they passed away their descendants would survive. In the mele, one of the text was ‘A Koe no na pua’ which meant “And their…

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  • How Does Literature Affect Literature?

    translating into, “we are satisfied with the stones”. Though many will say that line is quite weird, the meaning to that line is rather profound. Hawaiians greatly valued their land, and through their resistance stated that the stones, or in other words the land, would be the only things they need to survive in the world. This literature of the Pacific, like many others, not only describe the social conflict that tested them, but also are able to inspire a multitude of people towards a common…

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  • Creative Writing: Kamehameha The Great

    Today is the day that I Kamehameha the Great, set out with nine-hundred-sixty war canoes and ten-thousand soldiers for Oahu. It has been an enduring voyage conquering island after island here in Hawaii. “Ka’iana prepare the landing party,” I ordered the high ranking ali’i. “Yes! Your Majesty,” Ka’iana replied. For some reason this particular battle seemed to cause this wildness in all of my men. It’s like my men entertain the thought of bloodshed and are eager to turn…

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  • The Impact Of Kaiser Wilhelm II, The Emperor Of Germany

    initiation of WW1. Upon Wilhelm’s birth, his British grandmother, Queen Victoria, sent one of her doctors to deliver her grandson. The dramatic birth caused great nerve damage and Wilhelm suffered the consequences of a paralysed arm for the rest of his life. His disability limited his childhood as he was constantly enduring futile treatments to improve not only his posture, but his poor physiological state. Wilhelm’s dysfunctional relationship with his British mother was the result of his…

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  • The Explanation Of The Lamassu: A Horned Lion

    Standing majestically with a gaze protruding from a body of “white limestone and alabaster…” (MET), the Human-headed winged lion measures up to 10 feet and 3 ½ inches in height. Also referred to as the Lamassu, the sculpture is adorned with a “horned crown” that represents a spiritual holiness. Despite the crown’s intention to convey a state of “divinity”, it is in my observation to point out how outwardly phallic the top of the Lamassu head appears. It may be a vague symbol of masculine power…

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  • Theme Of Voyeurism In Psycho

    The film, as an entity, contains many elements, from the narrative to the mise-en-scène to the editing of the film. Robert Spadoni discusses many of the elements of film in his book A Pocket Guide to Analyzing Films. One element he briefly examines is the utilization of the prop and how the prop becomes a motif. To further explore this concept, this essay will consider Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. In this film, Hitchcock subjects Marion Crane to the voyeur through his placement of the owl in…

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  • Bate Motel: The Narration In A Film

    The experiences you have while watching a film are very interesting. Typically within a film, you, the viewer, is presented with a problem or situation and it is up to you to come up with the solution. These situations may have good results or bad, but it is always up to the viewer to discover the solution. Discovering a solution is not always easy. Historian David Bordwell believes that the narration in a film cues and constrains its viewer .Directors always find ways to confuse a viewer by…

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  • Theme Of Loyalty And Betrayal In Othello

    The two plays show two spectrum of main characters one being that Richard III is also the antagonist of the story, as he is the one doing most of the betrayal. While on the other hand Othello was never a bad guy just a man that was caught between loyalty between his own wife and a man he himself trust his life with being Iago. ”To entertain these fair well-spoken days, I am determinèd to prove a villain” (1.1.29-30) From the beginning of Richard III we know that Richard wants to be a villain by…

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