Akoaga : efficacy, agency, achievement and success in the tertiary sector : focus on students and parents from Pasifika communities

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Marat, Deepa
Papoutsaki, Evangelia
Latu, Savae
Aumua, Linda
Talakai, Malia
Sun, Kang
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2011-01-01
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Pasifika students
tertiary education
student success
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Marat,D., Papoutsaki,E., Latu,S., Aumua,L., Talakai,M. and Sun, K. (2011). Akoaga : efficacy, agency, achievement and success in the tertiary sector : focus on students and parents from Pasifika communities.
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The term akoaga has a pan-Polynesian origin and meaning. In the Samoan language, the term can be broken into two root words, ako and aga. Ako or ato means basket and aga means measurements associated with weaving.
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©2011 Deepa Marat, Evangelia Papoutsaki, Savae Latu, Linda Aumua, Malia Talakai & Kang Sun. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission of the research team.
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