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Gautavai : a study of Samoan values
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|Title:||Gautavai : a study of Samoan values|
|Authors:||Gardner, Louise Camellia|
|Keywords:||Values -- Samoa|
|Abstract:||This study assesses the values of adults and children in Western Samoa, in order to understand how values develop. The questions the author tries to answer in order to understand value development are:|
1. Are there differences between values of adults and children?
2. In what areas are these differences?
3 . What is the extent of difference between the values of adults and children?
4. How do children learn their values?
5. What factors are involved in the difference between values of adults and children?
Bibliography: leaves -194.
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M.A. - Anthropology
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