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The Journal of Sāmoan Studies (JSS) is a multidisciplinary publication devoted to the study of Sāmoa. The Centre for Sāmoan Studies gratefully acknowledges the reviewers who contributed to the blind review process for this volume.

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Issues in the Management of Archaeological Heritage in Samoapdf_icon-60

Lorena Sciusco and Helene Martinsson-Wallin


Land, Custom and History in Samoapdf_icon-60

Malama Meleisea and Penelope Schoeffel


The Impact of Rural Access Roads in Samoa: the Case of Vaitele Street (Lalovaea-Lepea) and Other Selected Roadspdf_icon-60

Susana Tauaa


The Role of Institutions in Place-making and Securing Livelihoods for Urban
Residents in Samoa: Exploring Resettlement Programmes at Sogi and Taufusi
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Anita Latai-Niusulu


Food and Textiles Technology in Sāmoan Schools: Development or Retrenchment?pdf_icon-60

Faamoemoe Hakai Soti and Lex McDonald


Pastors’ Daughters: Boundary Ambiguity or the Fishbowl Effect?pdf_icon-60

Bernadette Samau and Penelope Schoeffel


Measuring Gender-based Violence: Towards Improved Services for Victims in Sāmoapdf_icon-60

Ramona Boodoosingh


Contributorspdf_icon-60

The Journal of Samoan Studies (JSS) is a multidisciplinary publication devoted to the study of Samoa. This volume presents refereed research articles by the staff members of the National University of Samoa. The Centre for Samoan Studies gratefully acknowledges the reviewers who contributed in the blind review process for this volume.

The Centre for Samoan Studies pays tribute to one of the inaugural Editorial Board members of JSS, the late Emeritus Professor Ron Crocombe.

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Wind renewable energy potential in Samoapdf_icon-60

Fa’afetai Kolose


Aging and the universal non-contributory pension scheme in Samoapdf_icon-60

Tuiloma Susana Taua’a


Gathering Samoan coastal information – an insider perspectivepdf_icon-60

Anita Latai


Sa’a fa’aoti le utu a le faimea’. Using the Samoan language in educational research: some tips for first time researcherspdf_icon-60

Desmond Lee Hang


Perspectives: Matalalaga

Gagana Samoa i le seneturi luasefulu tasipdf_icon-60

Fonoti Lafita’i I. Fuata’i


O le tapenaga fa’aleaganu’u o le mafaufau o le tamaitiiti Samoa, ina is ola maloloina, aua le fa’atinoga o ana nafa patino ia te ispdf_icon-60

Seiuli Vaifou Aloali’i-Temese


Education is the key to success: Keynote address at the National University of Samoa foundation programme graduation 2010pdf_icon-60

So’oalo Kuresa So’oalo


The Journal of Samoan Studies (JSS) is a multidisciplinary publication devoted to the study of Samoa. This volume presents refereed research articles by the staff members of the National University of Samoa. The Centre for Samoan Studies gratefully acknowledges the reviewers who contributed in the blind review process for this volume.

The Centre for Samoan Studies pays tribute to one of the inaugural Editorial Board members of JSS, the late Emeritus Professor Ron Crocombe.

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Perception of Associate Teachers about Teaching Practicum in Samoapdf_icon-60

Epenesa Esera, Funeali’i Luma’ava So’oa’emaleiagi, Muli’agatele Rasela Tufue-Dolgoy


Reading: A Matter of Minds and Meanspdf_icon-60

Silafau Sina Vaai, Tuiloma Amituana’i Vernetta Heem, Kathleen Arp, Eteuati Koria


The `Relevance’ of Computing Courses at the National University of Samoa (NUS) to the Needs of Industry and the Workplacepdf_icon-60

Muagututi’a loana Chan Mow, Fo’ilagi Fa’amau, Edna Temese, Peta Tipasa, Hobert Sasa, Makerita Sua, Kimberley Gray, Andrew Langford


Women in the Informal Sector: The Samoan Experiencepdf_icon-60

Tuiloma Susana Taua’a


Aspects of Western Samoan Migration to American Samoa>

Unasa L. F. Va’a


Journal Reviewpdf_icon-60

Unasa L. F. Va’a