9780534440336

The Hutterites in North America

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  • ISBN13:

    9780534440336

  • ISBN10:

    0534440339

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-05-01
  • Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

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Table of Contents

Foreword iii
Introduction 1(4)
World View
5(16)
View of the Universe, Nature, and Supernature
6(2)
View of Human Nature and the Outside World
8(2)
View of the Ego and the Relation of the Sexes
10(2)
View of Community and Property
12(1)
Language and Reality
13(4)
Summary of World View
17(1)
Concepts Unique to the Culture
18(3)
Colony Life Patterns
21(20)
Spatial Patterns
22(3)
Communal Time Patterns
25(7)
Age Sets
25(2)
Daily Schedule
27(2)
Weekly Schedule and Sunday Complex
29(3)
Liturgical Calendar
32(1)
Authority Patterns
32(7)
Bureaucratic Organization
32(3)
Male and Female Subcultures
35(1)
Women's Work Patterns
36(3)
Church Service and Community Integration
39(2)
Technology and Economic Patterns
41(22)
Production and Resources
41(5)
Work
46(4)
Expansion and Branching
50(4)
Consumption
54(2)
Distribution
56(2)
Attitudes towards Property and Reciprocity
58(3)
Summary
61(2)
Socialization and Family Patterns
63(36)
House Children: Birth to Two Years
65(3)
Kindergarten: Three to Five Years
68(5)
School Children: Six to Fourteen Years
73(8)
Young People: Fifteen to Baptism
81(5)
Baptism
86(3)
Marriage and Adulthood
89(6)
Aging
95(1)
Death
96(3)
The Challenge of Change and Disruption
99(20)
War and Nonresistance
99(3)
Neighboring Practices
102(2)
Legal Restrictions
104(3)
Education and the Public School
107(3)
Affluence and Poverty
110(3)
Leadership Failure
113(2)
Defection
115(2)
The Society of Brothers
117(2)
The Genius of the Culture
119(10)
Appendix A Fieldwork in a Communal Society
129(16)
Editorial Introduction
129(2)
Establishing Contact
131(1)
A Period of Evaluation and Incubation
132(1)
Delineating the Research Problem
132(1)
The Research Design
133(2)
Entering the Community
135(2)
Living with the Colony People
137(6)
Concluding Observations
143(1)
Postscript
144(1)
Appendix B Table Rules
145(4)
Bibliography 149(6)
Index 155

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