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Suiga/Change : an ethnodrama exploring challenges in intimate relationships with young people in Samoa Emma Heard, Lisa Fitzgerald, Sina Va’ai, Fiona Collins and Allyson Mutch

By: Heard, Emma.
Contributor(s): Fitzgerald, Lisa | Va'ai, Sina | Mutch, Allyson.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Violence Against Women.Subject(s): ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | CULTURE | DATING VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PACIFIC PEOPLES | SAMOAN PEOPLE | YOUNG PEOPLE | SAMOAOnline resources: Read abstract In: Violence Against Women, 2018, Advance online publication, 2 July 2018Summary: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a significant global issue and there is an immediate need to strengthen knowledge and support innovative action, particularly with young people and people in diverse cultural settings. This ethnodrama provides insights into the way young people in Samoa, a Pacific Island nation reporting high rates of IPV, experience and perceive IPV and challenges within intimate relationships. Suiga/Change is an authentic, emotive, and powerful story of four young people who represent the diversity and lived experiences of the wider population of young people in Samoa. Implications for future research and practice are discussed. (Authors' abstract). Record #5927
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Violence Against Women, 2018, Advance online publication, 2 July 2018

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a significant global issue and there is an immediate need to strengthen knowledge and support innovative action, particularly with young people and people in diverse cultural settings. This ethnodrama provides insights into the way young people in Samoa, a Pacific Island nation reporting high rates of IPV, experience and perceive IPV and challenges within intimate relationships. Suiga/Change is an authentic, emotive, and powerful story of four young people who represent the diversity and lived experiences of the wider population of young people in Samoa. Implications for future research and practice are discussed. (Authors' abstract). Record #5927