4 edition of Samoan perceptions of work found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -380) and index.
|Statement||Robert W. Franco.|
|Series||Immigrant communities & ethnic minorities in the United States & Canada ;, no. 72, Immigrant communities & ethnic minorities in the United States & Canada ;, 72.|
|LC Classifications||GN671.S2 F72 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 386 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||89029125|
Samoan Reading. If you're trying to practice your Samoan Reading then the page below should help. You will be able to sharpen your comprehension and understanding of the sample text below, which is part of the Article 26 and 27 from the Universal Declaration of Human first section is in Samoan and the second part is in English. This workshop invites Pacific and non-Pacific social work practitioners, policy makers and social work educators to dialogue and talanoa (Vaioleti, ) on their perceptions and experiences of.
In Samoan culture, the individual can only be described as having meaning in relation to others, not as in individual. Religion and spirituality are central to health beliefs and the Samoan understanding of health. The fonofale dynamic model of health depicted below represents components related to traditional Samoan meeting house and provides. Listening, Thinking, Being (Penn State University Press, ), turns everything you knew, or thought you knew about language and communication, listening and speaking, inside out. It’s not about how to be a good listener or the ten barriers to good listening; it’s about how listening brings humans into being.
Methods. The investigators conducted six focus groups; three in Carson, California and three in Pago Pago, American Samoa among 60 men from the communities, matai (chiefs), faifeau (pastors). Using a discussion guide, bilingual Samoan moderators asked questions about the fa’aSamoa, how traditional cultural practices might influence cancer prevention, and whether certain aspects of the fa Cited by: Community, Neighborhood, and Peer Influence on Samoan-American Youths Article in Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work 17(4) December with 12 Reads.
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The purpose of this study is to show how Samoans percieve their work activities, and pattern meaningful work and non-work social transactions. The author's goal is to identify unique alternative competencies rather than deficiencies in Samoan workers. The book is a classic work on the people of Samoa (formerly Western Samoa).
I read it years ago, but wanted to return to it after many years. I did and the book is as I remembered it - an informative, well written and interesting work.
Highly recommend it to readers interested n Pacific Island people/5(12). Gagana Samoa is a modern Samoan language resource. Designed for both classroom and personal use, it features a methodical approach suitable for all ages; an emphasis on patterns of speech and communication through practice and examples; 10 practical dialogues covering everyday social situations; an introduction to the wider culture of fa‘asamoa through photographs; more than Cited by: 1.
Expect to be "shocked" by a book's efforts to reclaim colonised attitudes towards the sexuality of Samoans, its author says. Sia Figiel, regarded as Samoa's first. Congregants’ use of the Samoan language is an important part of Hawaii’s Samoan churches, providing opportunities for community members to converse and socialize in Samoan.
Samoan church pastors in Hawaii take on the village chief role within their congregations (Aitaoto et al., ). However, there is conflict that is associated with this Cited by: 6. Samoan Culture The islands of Western Samoa have first settled about 3, years ago, after a very gradual migration eastwards into Samoan perceptions of work book Pacific from people originating in South East Asia.
Samoa, it seems, was the cradle of the Polynesian culture, and archaeological evidence suggests settlers from Samoa then spread to the other islands of. This paper explores the perceptions of Samoans, part Samoan and non Samoans living in Samoa on the commercialisation of the malu.
For the purpose of this research, commercialisation is defined as: ‘the process of tattooing anyone (Samoan, part Samoan, non File Size: KB.
Lagaga: A Short History of Western Samoa by Malama Meleisea et al. Recommended retail price $ Edited by Malama Meleisea and Penny Schoeffel Meleisea, Lagaga covers Samoan history from early Polynesian arrival through the missionary era, independence in and the first two decades of the State of Western Samoa.
Ably discussed by Malama and twelve others, Lagaga, first published in. Women in the Informal Sector The Samoan Experience Tuiloma Susana Taua'a The informal sector in the developed and developing world has grown in size and social-economic importance since the discovery of the sector in the s.
Women feature prominently in the informal economy whether it is street commerce, domestic work or subFile Size: KB. This book tackles photography’s role during Robert Louis Stevenson’s travels throughout the Pacific Island region and is the first study of his family’s previously unpublished photographs.
Cutting across disciplinary boundaries, the book integrates photographs with letters, non-fiction, and. Theorizing Self in Samoa develops a new theory of the self in culture through a psychological and historical ethnography of Samoa.
Some features of this site may not work without it. Samoan Educators' Perceptions and Experiences of In-service Training in Implementing Curriculum Reform. An administrator fired her on the spot.
Under Department of Licensing regulations, only US citizens could work there. “I was so embarrassed — I was crying,” Maene recalled recently. The Evolution of Orality in Samoa Cheryl Nunes Swarthmore College Abstract perceptions.
I first begin with an examination of the division between orality and literacy work, including the book Literacy, Emotion, and Authority: Reading and Writing on a Polynesian Atoll (), extensively evaluates the adoption of literacy by the people of. Indigenous Sãmoan perceptions of themselves and the natural environment Unasa Leulu F.
Va'a Introduction The traditional Sämoan perceptions of themselves and of their natural environment were based on their observations of the cycles of life and death. Their observations of the various phases of the sun, moon, stars.
cloud formations, tides andFile Size: 3MB. "Samoan Art and Artists is a wide-ranging survey of both the traditional and contemporary arts of Samoa. The author has drawn on an extensive research base to present a contemporary and accessible picture of a vibrant culture.
The book has a broad sweep, covering all facets of the Samoan arts, including canoe and house building, siapo (tapa) weaving, tattooing, oratory, adornment, all forms of 5/5(1).
A Samoan Dictionary: English and Samoan, and Samoan and English; with a Short Grammar of the Samoan Dialect by George Pratt From the publisher, Nabu Press: "This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.
This is an engaging autobiographical account of an American woman's life in her Samoan husband's native home. After an unconventional courtship and an atypical American wedding, Fay Calkins and Vai Ala'ilima, a descendent of Samoan chiefs, set out for Western Samoa, where Fay was to find a way of life totally new and charming, if at times frustrating and confusing/5.
Title: Samoan Dictionary: Samoan-English, English-Samoan G. Milner Publisher: University of Hawaii Press, The Format: Hardcover Publication Date: March REVIEW: G B Milner's comprehensive dictionary of the Samoan language commisioned by the governments of Western Samoa and American Samoa and first published in It balances traditional with modern practices, illustrating oratory.
A broad survey of the Samoan arts has not been published since the s. This volume presents a contemporary survey of art in Samoa, drawing on the extensive research base that exists and reintroducing this information in a refreshing and accessible text with extensive illustrations.
Samoan culture was found to be centrally important to the perception of journalism from both journalists and audiences—for journalists, fa'a Samoa dictated what form of journalistic training was deemed necessary, the fundamental value of journalism to society, and the importance of a journalist's work to Samoa; for audiences, fa'a Samoa Author: Linda Jean Kenix.The Centre for Samoan Studies conducts research on a range of issues relating to and affecting Samoa.
Learn about our: Projects Research students Useful links and resources Projects We conduct research on a range of issues relating to and affecting Samoa. Our research projects are funded by the university and external organisations in fields such.
Samoan cultural values place a high emphasis on respect and obedience toward elders. However, modernization and migration have caused changes in traditional social structure, social organization, household composition, economic opportunities, and health care systems.
This article reports results from interviews on attitudes and perceptions of the elderly administered to young Cited by: 7.