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A study of socio-economic values of Samoan intermediate school students in Hawaii

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Title: A study of socio-economic values of Samoan intermediate school students in Hawaii
Socio-economic values of Samoan intermediate school students in Hawaii
Authors: Hirsh, Susan Evelyn
Keywords: Samoans -- Hawaii
Junior high schools -- Hawaii
Acculturation
Acculturation
Junior high schools
show 4 moreRace relations
Samoans
Hawaii
Hawaii

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Issue Date: 1956
Abstract: This paper takes a look at background characteristics of students who are the children of Samoan immigrants in intermediate school, their parents, and their families in order to describe and suggest variables related to acculturation. Students were observed through verbal expression, attitudes, opinions and actual behavior to measure the socio-economic values of Samoan youth in Hawaii.
Description: Typescript.
Bibliography: leaves 133-134.
vii, 134 leaves
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/36001
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