American Samoa : paradise lost? / presented by Intertel ; produced for International Television Federation by National Educational Television.
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Shows that the traditional life of the Polynesians of American Samoa is being altered and challenged by its governing authority, the United States, and that a potential conflict exists between the western goals of education which stress independent thinking and the cultural values of Samoa which emphasize obedience to the family and respect for authority.
Klugherz, Dan; Feldman, Morton, 1926-1987; Ember, Melvin; Intertel (Firm); National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
Released by Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Ethnographic television programs.; Documentary television programs.; Nonfiction television programs.
Social life and customs; Civilization; American influences
- Physical Description
2 film reels (55 min.) : sound, color ; 16 mm
Originally broadcast as an episode of NET journal in 1969; copyright 1968.
Also issued in black and white.
Producer, director, writer, Dan Klugherz; editor, Dena Burger; camera, Bill Constable, David Myers; music, Morton Feldman; consultant, Melvin Ember.
DVD copy available.
Gift to the IUB Libraries from Instructional Support Services.
Narrator, Don Murrow.
Statement of Responsibility
presented by Intertel ; produced for International Television Federation by National Educational Television.
- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 7813693; OCLC: ocm05180474; OCLC: 5180474; Other: VAD1924; Other: 1775
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