results for "Rumspringa"

  • Rumspringa

     RUMSPRINGA NOTES: -Traditional Amish clothing for girls: long stockings, black shoes, very plain, solid-colored, long-sleeved dresses,...

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  • Rumspringa

    Rumspringa is a Pennsylvanian Dutch term the Amish use for the German word “raum”, which translates to “running around outside the...

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  • Rumspringa

     Paper #3- Rumspringa and High School/ College Modern Life This paper will compare and contrast the Amish re-socialization process during...

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  • Amish Rumspringa

    Amish Rumspringa The modern society is characterized by rapid technological advancement accompanied by changes in behavior of people across...

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  • Informative Speech on Rumspringa

    Amish event “Rumspringa” is literally translated as “running around”. It is a time when Amish adolescents, usually at the age of about 16,...

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  • Rumspringa- the Amish Ritual

    Rumspringa: An Amish Ritual Introduction: In the Amish religion, there lies a pivotal tradition for many of its adolescent followers. There...

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  • Rumspringa: A tradition within the Amish community

    �� Rumspringa To be or not to be Amish is one of the most important and difficult decisions a young teenager brought up in the Amish faith...

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  • Rumspringa: A tradition within the Amish community

    �� Rumspringa To be or not to be Amish is one of the most important and difficult decisions a young teenager brought up in the Amish faith...

    1583 Words | 5 Pages

  • How Does “Rumspringa” Impact the Cultural and Ethnic Identities of These Individuals?

    Rumspringa, defined as “running around” is a time when the Amish youth at the age of 16 decide whether to remain in or leave their community...

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  • Old Order Amish

    Kyle Nickle ANT 135: Pennsylvania German Cultural Traditions Dr. Schlegel 18 November 2010 Rumspringa The old order Amish practice of...

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  • Cultural Influences on Rite of Passage B

    complete 8th grade and higher education is discouraged or forbidden. At the age of sixteen, Amish teens are given the choice of participating in...

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  • The Social Construction of the Amish Community

    their children to participate in events and activities that they usually wouldn’t be allowed to participate in. This time is referred to as...

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  • Devils Playground

    The film takes place in Lagrange County Indiana, where a large Amish population resides. Rumspringa is the time in an Amish child’s life when...

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  • are you ready for

    basic everyday life of school and chores. Steven V. Mazie, the author of the article “Amish Rumspringa and the Quandary of Exit” extrapolates...

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  • Pushing Boundaries: Better Safe or Sorry?

    entirely obedient to their elders, they are given a temporary break. Once they turn sixteen, their church gives them a period of self discovery called...

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  • Belonging Crucible Miller and Amish

    Christian community. In the documentary ‘The Devil’s Playground’ directed by Lucy Walker, the Amish community’s unique rite of passage practice, the...

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  • Amish Essay 5

    Rumspringa Introduction   The Mennonite/Amish cultures have many traditions that separate them from the normal Christian faith.  400 years...

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  • Getting to Know the Amish

    which is equally important. A popular Amish fact that is usually known my most non-Amish is a practice called Rumspringa. However, not many...

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  • anthropology

    their culture?, What do you think of technology?, Is there a reason the Amish culture dress they way they do, if so what is it?, What exactly is the...

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  • Amish essay - the good life

    big decision whether to be Amish or not, you have to make in your ‘rumspringa’ period. One must choose what is right for oneself and you can’t...

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