THEIR OWN SOCIETY, THE AMISH
Monday, August 06, 2012
Introduction/Thesis: The Amish is an emerging agriculturalist society that can be traced back to the 16th century Protestant Reformation that happened in Europe. In this paper I plan on giving a brief history of how they came to be, along with showing the kinship, social organizations, and gender relationships of this society.
I. Brief history
1. Protestant Reformation
2. Follows of Jakob Ammann
1. Network of extend families
III. Social organizations
IV. Gender relationships
1. Males role
2. Females role
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