Amish Culture

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(Kraybill, Donald B. "The Amish Story" in The Riddle of Amish Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989, pp. 1-23) While at school Amish children display impeccable behavior. Their parents expect nothing less. These children are aware of their responsibilities to God and their parents...
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Their parents expect nothing less. These children are aware of their responsibilities to God and their parents. (Ediger, 1996) Isolation from the outside world is one way the Amish are able to maintain such order and cooperation within their societies. They believe "the surrounding culture threatens their survival"...
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