The Marshallese culture is rich in heritage and unusual "manit" (customs). Nearly everything — from the language to food, belief in black magic and manner of dress — is radically different from virtually everything we’re accustomed to in the U.S. Their Islands are changing, however, thanks in part to the often-negative impact our military has made on the population. This creative non-fiction magazine, entitled "Marshallese Time," takes the reader through all aspects of life in the Marshall Islands, from the perspective of an uprooted American civilian.
Fronzak, H. Kris, "Marshallese Time: A Critical Reflection of the Magazine" (2012). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 5556.
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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