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4th Edition

John A. Hostetler, Marcia Huntington

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1996
  • 178 Pages

Overview

This case study in cultural anthropology focuses on the day-to-day living patterns of the Hutterites, a German-dialect-speaking Christian sect whose members live communally in the Great Plains of the United States and Canada. The authors describe the Hutterite belief system and how it minimizes aggression and dissention, and protects the members against the outside world.

John A. Hostetler, Emeritus, Temple University

Marcia Huntington, Everett Community College