SIT Samoa: Social & Environmental Change in Oceania

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Examine the social, economic, and political impacts of and responses to westernization and globalization in the Pacific Islands.

Through interdisciplinary coursework, field study, and independent research, students explore processes of change in Samoa and other Pacific communities. Students consider the impact of new and different values on Pacific Island communities and social structures in light of development and globalization pressures.

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