The following study delves into the contemporary presence of the Mormon Church in Samoa. Several informants were interviewed to uncover the perceptions of both Mormons and non-Mormons alike, as to why the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has had such success in Samoa and what that means for the people here. More specifically, informants were asked to discuss where they saw the Latter-day Saints coming into conversation with Samoan culture and then how they saw this process happening. The result is a look into how Mormons, both Samoan and American see their presence in Samoa in contrast with how non-Mormons see the LDS presence. Cultural dialogues abound with complex results and hopeful implications for further study.
Goman, Jessica, "Mormonism in Samoa: Cultural Dialogues" (2006). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 337.