|Subject:||Suicide; Overpopulation; Children; Youth issues|
|Library Code:||UHM AV/C VIDEOTAPE 19153|
|Description:||Population concern in the towns of Western Samoa has created a situation where the families of young boys and girls can no longer afford to send all of their children to school. Instead they are sent into the streets to collect bottles, sell papers and perform any other basic kind of income generating activity to help their families. Viewed in the context of other population pressures, the video examines the high incidence of suicide prevalent among young Samoan boys. In Samoan.|
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