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  • Mataafa, le Alii Sili; Solf, Kovana Kaisalika (Ofisa o le Kovana Kaisalika Solf, Apia., 1900-10-10)
    A first Samoan newsletter from the German Governor Solf's office at Mulinuu, in the capital of Samoa, that is written in consultation with High Chief Mataafa and addressed to all the chiefs and faipule of the islands in ...
  • Savali. 
    Solf, Kovana Kaisalika (Ofisa o le Kovana Kaisalika Solf, Apia., 1901-10-01)
    Tulafono i le vaitaimi o Papalagi Siamani ile 1900 aó latou pulea Samoa. The Savali newsletter aims at notifying all Samoan districts and village leaders about the new rules and regulations made by the German governor Solf ...
  • Solf, Kovana Kaisalika (Ofisa o le Kovana Kaisalika Solf, Apia., 1905-08-01)
    O lenei nusipepa ua faia i le fa'atonuga a le Kovana Kaisalika e fa'asilasila atu ai i lo tatou atunu'u o Samoa ia uiga o mataupu faa-a-le-malo. O le mea lea ua igoa ai "O le Savali", aua e pei o le alu o le savali ua ...
  • Hanson, Allan F (University of Pittsburgh. Commonwealth System of Higher Education., 1973)
    The experimental method is often taken to be a private domain of natural science. Indeed, many hold it to be responsible for the fabled progress and exactitude of the natural sciences as contrasted with the more intuitive ...
  • Becker, Howard S. (Penn Libraries, University of Pennsylvania, 1974)
  • Faalogo, Fata P. (Editor / Publisher).; Time, Peata (Manager/ Adv.). (Fata Pito Faalogo: Apia, Samoa., 1984-01-13)
    The Samoa Times was a local newspaper in Samoa in the early 1980s up until 1993. It is a bilingual newspaper run by a private publisher and editors. It focusses mainly on local news and current affairs and public and ...
  • Faalogo, Fata P. (ed.) (Aitken Fruean and Fata Pito Faalogo., 1985-01-04)
    The Samoa Times was Samoa's main newspaper in the 1980s and early 1990s. It was a daily bulletin and became very popular for over a decade in Samoa and the South Pacific region, however it went out of business after a short ...
  • Adler, Patricia A.; Adler, Peter; Fontana, Andrea (JSTOR, 1987)
    Everyday life sociology comprises a broad spectrum of micro perspectives: symbolic interactionism, dramaturgy, phenomenology, ethnomethodology, and existential sociology. We discuss the underlying themes that bind these ...
  • Faalogo, Fata Pito. (ed.); Va' a, Leulu Felise (Samoa Times Ltd. Apia, 1989-06-23)
    The Samoa Times reel 5, takes us from 1985 to the end of 1989. A very exciting time in Samoa, and a lot went on at this time. Life continues to change and improve for many people and some new and emerging leaders and ...
  • Faalogo, Fata Pito; Va'a, Leulu Felise (ed.). (Samoa Times Ltd. Apia., 1991-01)
    Reel 6 of Samoa Times continues from January 1991 to October, a time of climatic upset and devastation / poverty brought about by Cyclone Ofa and Samoa is finding it difficult to survive economically. The economy and ...
  • Perraton, Hilary (Commonwealth Secretariat and The Commonwealth of Learning, 1991-09)
    The detailed planning of a new distance-teaching institution has often been the responsibility of a planning committee which is at its most effective if it combines prestige and expert knowledge. Plans generally need to ...
  • Saks, Alan M.; Ashforth, Blake E. (Academic Press, 1996)
    The purpose of this study was to examine behavioral self-management as a form of newcomer proactive socialization behavior. A longitudinal field study was conducted with a sample of 153 entry-level professionals who completed ...
  • Meighan, Roland; Siraj-Blatchford, Iram (Faculty of Social Sciences - Papers, 1997)
    Since it was first published in 1981, Sociology of Educating has become a firmly established text in its field. This third edition retains much of the structure and content of its predecessors, whilst benefiting from ...
  • Groves, Betsy McAlister (ResearchGate, 1999-02)
    Exposure to domestic violence has significant negative repercussions for children’s social, emotional, and academic functioning. In the past decade, mental health professionals have developed treatment programs and approaches ...
  • Arnell, Nigel W. (Elsevier Science, 1999-06)
    By 2025, it is estimated that around 5 billion people, out of a total population of around 8 billion, will be living in countries experiencing water stress (using more than 20% of their available resources). Climate change ...
  • Thomas, John (The Commonwealth of Learning and the International Extension College, 2001)
    The handbook is intended for all those who are involved in the design, development, production and use of audio materials in distance education and open learning. It will be of particular interest to teaching staff and ...
  • Castelli, V.; Harper, R. E.; Heidelberger, P. ...et.al. (International Business Machines Corporation, 2001)
    Software failures are now known to be a dominant source of system outages. Several studies and much anecdotal evidence point to “software aging” as a common phenomenon, in which the state of a software system degrades with ...
  • Matondo, Jonathan I. (Elsevier Science, 2002)
    Air, land and water are the three fragile components of the Spaceship Earth. These three components are highly integrative resources and therefore, must be properly planned and managed in order to ensure adequate public ...
  • Sassen, Saskia (SAGE Publications, 2002)
    The technical attributes of the new information and communication technologies (ICTs) increasingly dominate explanations of contemporary change and development. As Judy Wajcman (this issue) points out, many sociologists ...
  • Godina, Heriberto; Garcia, Georgia Earnest (2003-01)

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