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Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies: Volume 5, Issue 2 (Autumn 2017)

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  1. Front Matter (Volume 5, Issue 2, Autumn 2017)

  2. Birthing New Kinships: The Cross-Pollinating Potential of Amish Health Research

    Jolly, Natalie
    In this article, I explore the connections between Amish gender socialization and Amish birth practices to suggest that an Amish construction of femininity shapes the ways that Amish women experience childbirth. This study is framed by Amish women's health research and takes as a point of departure two observations often made about Amish childbirth practices: (1) medical research has found that Amish women have shorter labors than their non-Amish (English) counterparts, and (2) doctors, midwives, and birth attendants have argued that Amish women's expression of pain during labor and delivery differs substantially from their English counterparts. I draw on my...

  3. Of Shoulders and Shadows: Selected Amish Scholarship before 1963

    Donnermeyer, Joseph F.
    John Hostetler's first edition of Amish Society in 1963 is a milestone in the advancement of scholarship about the Amish. It was revised and re-issued through three more editions. Even though the fourth and final edition was released nearly a quarter century ago, in 1993, Amish Society remains the most frequently cited authoritative sources about the Amish. Yet, there was a wealth of other solid scholarly work about the Amish before 1963, by such notable authors as Elmer Lewis Smith, Calvin Bachman, Walter Kollmorgen, Charles Loomis, and William Schreiber. The purpose of this review essay is to re-consider the merits...

  4. The Undistinguished Scholar of the Amish, Werner Enninger, -or- Has the Time Yet Come for Rigorous Theory in Amish Studies?

    Anderson, Cory
    Werner Enninger embodies the highest standards of methodological rigor and theoretical insight in Amish studies, and this article synthesizes his 30-some publications written in English. Enninger was a socio-linguist from Germany who conducted field research in Delaware in the 1970s and published intensely in the 1980s. His mixed methods address common hurdles field researchers face and offer meticulously detailed qualitative and quantitative data. Enninger's theory can be organized around a social system model that fuses structural functionalism and symbolic interactionism. Within the model, he proposes a four-part superstructure—(1) core, group-defining values, namely, religious community and separation, (2) are realized in...

  5. Explaining Anabaptist Persistence in the Market Economy: Past Paradigms and New Institutional Economics Theory

    Lutz, Martin
    Amish and plain Anabaptist economic research has focused either on the religious ethic in the tradition of Weber—religious convictions drive economic behavior—or the ethnic resources model—resources are mobilized to entrepreneurship. Both approaches (1) neglect the greater market context within which the plain Anabaptists have been embedded since the Early Modern Period, and (2) focus primarily on either early Anabaptism or the late 1900s. This article presents New Institutional Economics Theory as an alternative paradigm which understands people's economic behavior by the institutional contexts they are in. It looks at the World War II economy in the United States when many...

  6. Bourdieu in Plain Anabaptist Studies? A Symposium Review of Out of Place: Social Exclusion and Mennonite Migrants in Canada by Luann Good Gingrich

    Longhofer, Jeffrey; Reschly, Steven; Good Gingrich, Luann
    Review of Good Gingrich, Luann. 2016. Out of Place: Social Exclusion and Mennonite Migrants in Canada. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

  7. The Amish: A Concise Introduction By Steven Nolt

    Stein, Rachel
    Review of Nolt, Steven. 2016. The Amish: A Concise Introduction. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Pp. 141.

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