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Native Hawai ‘i Trademark Study Survey Results. Ka ‘ano‘i Walk. Question 3 Gender. Question 4 Ethnic Background (check all that apply):. Question 4. Question 5 Age. Question 6 What best describes your field of art or cultural practice. Check all that apply. Question 6.

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Native hawai i trademark study survey results

Native Hawai‘i Trademark Study Survey Results

Ka‘ano‘i Walk


Question 3 gender

Question 3Gender


Question 4 ethnic background check all that apply

Question 4Ethnic Background (check all that apply):




Question 6 what best describes your field of art or cultural practice check all that apply

Question 6What best describes your field of art or cultural practice. Check all that apply.



Question 38A distinctive cultural certification trademark can be used to help protect and promote native Hawaiian cultural arts. The trademark can be used to distinguish authentic Native Hawaiian cultural arts from inauthentic fakes and simulations so that they can be sold or promoted at their true value. How do fakes and simulations affect your ability to sell or promote your arts products at their true value?


Question 39 If a distinctive cultural certification trademark were adopted and used for Native Hawaiian cultural arts in Hawai‘i, would you want to use it or be associated with it?


Question 40 Do you think such a trademark should be used to designate only cultural art works made by persons of Native Hawaiian blood (of proven Maoli ancestry)?


Question 41 Do you think such a trademark should be used to designate 'authentic' cultural art works when certified by a Board of Native Hawaiian master artists or kumu?


Question 42 Do you think such a trademark should be used to designate 'high quality' cultural art works when certified by a Board of Native Hawaiian master artists or kumu?


Question 43 Do you think such a trademark should be used to designate Native Hawaiian cultural arts organizations that support the cultural arts rather than the works themselves?


Question 44 Do you think that protecting and promoting Native Hawaiian cultural arts is an important part of maintaining the uniqueness of the State of Hawai‘i as a tourism destination?


Question 45 Do you think that protecting and promoting Native Hawaiian cultural arts is an important function for the State of Hawai‘i and should receive State funding support? (Check all that apply).


Question 46 Do you think that protecting and promoting Native Hawaiian cultural arts is an important function for the U.S. Government by extending application of U.S. cultural arts laws and grant programs to Native Hawaiians? (Check all that apply).



Question 47 Considering your responses to the above questions overall, which of the following provisions do you think are most important for a cultural certification trademark program in the State of Hawai‘i to include? (Check all that apply).



Question 48 Please share any additional questions, comments or concerns that you may have regarding your work on this survey.



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