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Class notes ANTH 3282-350

Ashley S
University of Memphis

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American Communities Honors
Ms. Lambert-Pennington
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ashley S on Tuesday September 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANTH 3282-350 at University of Memphis taught by Ms. Lambert-Pennington in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see American Communities Honors in Anthropology at University of Memphis.

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Date Created: 09/20/16
Old order amish New order amish Multiple types - Basedon - Ordnung Economy - Agriculture - Cottage business - Tourism - Building furniture Uses of technology - Economic survival - Take on non-amish partners - Question: how much change is too much? How will certain changes impact the community - Will only use buggies to diversify the community as a whole Age and change in apparel - Clothes are a marker for age - Roles/responsibilities - Modest dress code o Handmade o Head covering - Men have beards - No make up - Long braided hair - No patterns - Aprons - Color and style tell another about age/status Gender roles Importance of socializing and community events - Patriarchy - Religious heads - Biblical scripture - Family affairs - All events are social events/opportunities - Care for neighbors - Mutual responsibility for each other - Stewardship of land and resources - Work ethicconnection to early settlers - Key rituals - Funerals - Anabaptists o Choose to be baptized Formal and informal enforcement - Sunning(FE) - Excommunication(FE) -


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