Title: Amish Gone Wild
|Date:||December 18, 2005|
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Another example was shown when the Amish parent stated that these kids aren't used to having spending money in their pockets, so now that they do they buy cars, and drugs and alcohol become accessible
to them. He said it's hard to teach them to be different than other kids when there's so much peer pressure...
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I think the peer pressure is a big issue and factor on why they become so wild. He also said, "The outside world is the Devil's playground". An element of symbolic interactionalism would be how the church expects these kids to make the right choice and come give their lives to the Amish church, and really most of these kids just party and be free while they can...
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