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1) So‟o, A., 2012. „Samoa‟s parliamentary journey from 1962-2012‟, in Meleisea, M., et al, eds., Samoa‟s Journey 1962-2012: Aspects of History, Wellington: PrintStop, pp44- 76.
2) So‟o, A., 2009. „Samoa‟, Pacific Ways: Government and Politics in the Pacific Islands, in S. Levine, ed., pp202-211.
3) So‟o, A., 2008b. Democracy and custom in Sāmoa: An uneasy alliance. Suva: ISP Publications, University of the South Pacific.
4) So‟o, A., 2008a. „Samoan public sector reform: views from Apia and the villages‟,
Policy Quarterly, 4(3):30-36
5) So‟o, A., ed., 2007d. „Indigenous religion, culture and peace and their relevance now: A review of Fr. George De Costa‟s „Peace in Hawaiian Indigenous Religion‟, in Tui Ātua Tupua Tamasese „Efi, et al., eds., Pacific Indigenous Dialogue on Faith, Peace, Reconciliation and Good Governance, University of the South Pacific, Alafua Campus, pp163-169.
6) So‟o, A. 2007c, „O se molimau i le pepa a George da Costa: O le Filemu I le Lotu Anamua a Hawaii‟, in E. Etuale, et al., eds. O le Su‟egā Fa‟alumaga I Tu ma Aga, Tala o le Vavau ma le Tala Fa‟asolopito o Fa‟amautūina ai le Filemu ma Pulega Lelei I
„Āiga, I Nu‟u, I Ekalesia, University of the South Pacific, Apia, Sāmoa, pp138-144
7) So‟o, A., ed., 2007b. Changes in the Matai System. Centre for Samoan Studies, National University of Sāmoa.
8) So‟o, A., 2007a „The rewards and challenges of holding several matai titles‟, in A. So‟o, ed., Changes in the Matai System, Centre for Samoan Studies, National University of Sāmoa.
9) So‟o, A., ed., 2006e. The Journal of Samoan Studies, Vol 2, Centre for Samoan Studies, National University of Sāmoa.
10) So‟o, A., 2006d. „More than 20 years of political stability in Sāmoa under the Human Rights Protection Party‟, in S. Firth, ed., Globalisation and Governance in the Pacific Islands, pp349-362
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12) So‟o, A. 2006b. „The establishment and operation of Sāmoa‟s political party system‟, in
R. Rich, ed., Political Parties in the Pacific Islands. Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, pp185-206
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14) So‟o, A., 2005e. „Westminster in Oceania: A Samoan Perspective‟, in J. Henderson and
G. Watson, eds., Securing a Peaceful Pacific, pp245-251.
15) So‟o, A., 2005d. „The role of ballot chiefs (matai palota) and political parties in Samoa‟s shift to universal suffrage‟, Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 43(3):312-340.
16) So‟o, A., 2005c. „Samoa‟s political system‟, in S. Levine, ed., Political systems of the Pacific Book (forthcoming)
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21) So‟o, A. and Va‟ai, S., eds., 2003a. Töfäsasa‟a. A book of Sämoan and English short stories.
22) So‟o, A., 2002f. „Reconciling liberal democracy and custom and tradition in Samoa‟s electoral system‟, Development Bulletin, No 60, December 2002, pp 41-45.
23) So‟o, A., 2002e. „Cultural rights in the context of human rights: the case of the Pacific‟,
Sangsaeng, 3:38-41.
24) So‟o, A. ed., 2002d. Samoa School Certificate History, Year 12, Theme One – Migration, Imperialism, Nationalism and Decolonisation. Apia: Samoan History Teachers Association.
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26) So‟o, A., 2002.b „Inter-island migration‟, in So‟o, A., ed., Samoa School Certificate History, Year 12, Theme One – Migration, Imperialism, Nationalism and Decolonisation. Apia: Samoan History Teachers Association, pp19-23.
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29) So‟o, A., 2001d. „Pacific Missions with special reference to Samoa‟, in Stilz, G., ed.,
Colonies – Missions – Cultures. Tubingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, pp221-234.
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32) So‟o, A., 2001b. „Democracy and custom and tradition in post independence Samoa‟, in A.So‟o et al., Measina a Samoa, 2000, Volume 1, pp-36-46, Apia: Institute of Samoan Studies, The National University of Samoa.
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38) So'o, A., 1998a. „Social and scientific problems of Samoa‟, Science for the 21st Century, Report of the UNESCO Asia Pacific Conference held in Sydney Australia, 1 – 5 December 1998.
39) So'o, A., 1998b. „Cultural implications of Malietoa Vaiinupo‟s Mavaega (dying wish)‟,
Journal of the Faculty of Arts, National University of Samoa, Volume 2.
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41) So'o, A., 1998d. „Report on Samoan History Teachers‟ Professional Development Workshop (15-16 December 1997)‟, Update 15, pp 2-5; also published in The History Teachers: Magazine of the Queensland History Teachers‟ Association Inc., May 1998, Volume 36, No.1., pp 6-10.
42) So'o, A., 1998e. „Samoa: Political Review for the Year 1996-97‟, Contemporary Pacific: A Journal of Island Affairs, 10(1):222-230.
43) So'o, A., 1997a. „The status of History teaching in Samoa‟, Pacific History, Teaching and the Role of Professional Associations: Report of the Council of Presidents of Pacific Island History Teachers Association.
44) So'o, A., 1997b. „Re-examining the Faitasiga o le Tuamasaga war (1869-73): a cultural perspective‟, Journal of the Faculty of Arts, National University of Samoa, 1:162-175.
45) So'o, A., 1993. „Universal suffrage in Western Samoa: The 1991 general elections‟, Regime Change Discussion Paper, Political and Social Change Department, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University.

 

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