The dynamics of Hutterite society: an analytical approach
In this book, Karl A. Peter perceives the Hutterites as an ongoing sociocultural entity constantly adapting to environmental, political, and social circumstances rather than as a static society.
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The Survival and Institutional Evolution of Hutterite
Ritualization of Religion
The Contemporary Dynamics of Religious Defection
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