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A social history of youth in Samoa: Mujer y amor en el teatro de Paloma Pedrero: Pacific Writing in English Since Papalagi – definition of Papalagi by The Free Dictionary https: His fiction portrayed the ols and mores of the papalagi people descended from Europeans and depicted their effect on Samoan culture.
Health disparity between the rich and the poor, between Pacific people and Papalagi continues to widen. Initiatives to reduce these were the focus of this year’s South Pacific Nurses’ Forum. Forum tackles non-communicable diseases: References in periodicals archive?
Wendt describes modernized, urban Samoa in scatological terms and attaches an excremental identity to the despised generation of compradors who have adopted papalagi Western values. Y sin lugar a dudas la alteridad y su problematica personal y colectiva puede hallarse en Papalagji Isla amarilla; un texto, ademas, que recuerda sin duda a Erich Scheurmann y su famosa obra Los papalagipublicada por vez primera en y que describe los discursos de Tuiavii de Tiavea y su interpretacion del mundo de los hombres blancos.
The pastor taught the boys whatever practical skills he had learnt, while his wife taught the girls papalagi [European] domestic arts. A large and socially representative cast contains hapless railway guards, the homosexual lover oapalagui a male dancer, a self-important meditationist, a closet homosexual born-again Christian, a stuffy vicar and his unhappy wife, an objectionable Texan tourist and his unhappy wife, a randy schoolgirl doing a bunk and seeking an orgy, a young Samoan and his pregnant papalagi lover, a male chauvinist MP and his thick son, two genteelly alcoholic spinster sisters, an unemployed young woman, a young Maori musician, a true female poet and a phoney male novelist, a rejected older man and a competent and understanding older woman, an ex-MP and a cyncial female journalist, and a young male Lotto winner.
A Pacific Island family study in showed many Pasifikans felt antenatal classes were aimed at Papalagi mothers and had little reference to them.