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    Feeling queasy over technology | Amish America An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner: Part Two (May 20th, 2010 at 17:15)

    [...] I’m not quite halfway through An Amish Paradox but it is a compelling read and I’m much enjoying it.  The authors examine the issue of diversity in impressive depth.  On technology they have much to say as well.  They also examine adolescent “running around”, aka Rumspringa, and address differences between the four major affiliations in Holmes County–the Old Order, New Order, Andy Weaver, and Swartzentruber Amish.  They even delve into the smaller affiliations which have sprung from these groups, such as the New Order Christian Fellowship or the Mose Miller Swartzentruber group. [...]

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    An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner: Part Three | Amish America An Amish America Q-and-A with Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner: Part Two (May 28th, 2010 at 08:44)

    [...] the previous two posts, SUNY Potsdam Professor Karen Johnson-Weiner answered questions on the Swartzentruber Amish and Amish settlements in New York state.  Today she shares her knowledge of Old Order [...]

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