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Unformatted text preview: features of the Oneida community as a subculture from the following: values, norms, sanctions and social control, rituals, socialization, statuses , gender roles, etc. 2. a) Define POWER and AUTHORITY. (Ch 14, Schaefer text, pp. 355-356). b) Describe the three TYPES OF AUTHORITY. (Ch 14, Schaefer text, pp. 355-356). c) Analyze the power and authority structure of the Oneida community. d) Compare to the power and authority structure of the Amish community 3. Based on your understanding of the concept of counterculture (define) and your analysis in #1 and #2 above, does the Oneida group represent a counterculture? Why or why not? Explain your response fully....
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course MH 101 taught by Professor Idi during the Spring '08 term at Butler.
- Spring '08