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The place of alcohol in the lives of some Samoan women in Auckland

Sene Neich

The place of alcohol in the lives of some Samoan women in Auckland

by Sene Neich

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Published by Dept. of Anthropology, University of Auckland in [Auckland] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • Auckland.
    • Subjects:
    • Women, Samoan -- Alcohol use -- New Zealand -- Auckland.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSene Neich, Julie Park.
      SeriesReport / Place of Alcohol in the lives of New Zealand Women Project,, no. 12, Report (Place of Alcohol in the lives of New Zealand Women Project) ;, no. 12.
      ContributionsPark, Julie, 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV5137 .N45 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 41 p. ;
      Number of Pages41
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2276895M
      ISBN 100908689187
      LC Control Number89167504
      OCLC/WorldCa24849533

      - Explore belau's board "Old island women", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Samoan women, Women and Samoan people. In all age groups, and in men and women, non-Maori were more likely to be drinkers. The strength of this relationship increased with age. In all age groups, frequency of alcohol consumption (days a year) was higher for non-Maori, though the relative volume drunk on a usual drinking occasion was consistently around 40% less than for Maori.

        Small and isolated, lying just below the equator some l, miles northeast of Auckland, New Zealand, Samoa, like much of the South Pacific, embodies a deep yearning in Author: Richard Bernstein. Date: From: Wellington working papers in linguistics, By: Pilkington, Jane, INNZNA Description: Compares the Samoan language proficiency of children from families where both parents are Samoan with the proficiency of children in families where only one parent is Samoan. Mixed marriages where the mother was Samoan were also compared with families with a Samoan father.

      Reproducing Samoans in Auckland “In Different Times” The initial request for the research came from health authorities and some members of Pacific communities in New Zealand, who suggested a study of men’s attitudes to contraception. Their focus on men’s roles in reproduction was most by: 3. University of Auckland, Auckland† and AUT University Correspondence Gerhard Sundborn: [email protected] Abstract Aim This paper describes and compares alcohol consumption and drinking patterns for Pacific ethnic groups (Samoan, Tongan, Niue, Cook Islands) and European New Zealanders by gender participating in the Diabetes.


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She has been involved in numerous research projects with Pacific Communities. In95 percent of overseas-born Samoan people in New Zealand gave Samoa as their birthplace. Between andthe New Zealand-born Samoan population grew more quickly than the overseas-born Samoan population (16 percent compared with 11 percent).

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While only % of women over 40 report consumption of alcohol in the past year, % of men report alcohol consumption. While some of the significantly low drinking rates in rural Samoan women may be ascribed to the older age of the sample population (over 40 years), these rates must also be considered in the context of the Pacific region Author: Shawn S Barnes, Christian R Small, Tui Agaapapalagi Lauilefue, Jillian Bennett, Seiji Yamada.

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