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A paper in the Journal for Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Studies featuring a Table headlined Paradigmatic Structure of Iconic Meanings Attributed to the Hawaiian Shirt totally exists.
We considered descriptive terminology, physical characteristics of wearers, other aspects of the contexts in which the shirts signified, and rhetorical and visual techniques on which meanings relied. We extrapolated from the texts, photographs and cartoon images to propose terminology that captured the essence of the shirt as depicted in these works." All toward answering a fundamental question: How did the Hawaiian shirt become the most reviled, and simultaneously revered, piece of clothing in modern memory?