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August 24, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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The Jewish family today proposes what he calls a
must learn to use tradi- "mediating family model,"
tional values of Judaism in wich family members
while adjusting to modern struggle to find "an exquis-
cultural trends, according ite balance between the
to Dr. Norman Linzer, a pro- parents' authority and the
fessor at Yeshiva Univer- children's independence."
sity's Wurzweiler School of
"The mediating family
Social Work.
tries to preserve-some of the
Dr. Linzer's book, The components of the tradition,
Jewish Family: Authority while, simultaneously, it
and Tradition in Modern engages in conversation
Perspective, was recently with modern cultural
published by Human Sci- trends," Dr. Linzer said.
ences Press in New York
Mediating between mod-
City.
ern ideas and traaditional
In that book, Dr. Linzer ideals is not easy, Dr. Linzer
deals with the conflicts that
arise in the Jewish family
when_ traditional parental
authority is in conflict with
the modern independence of
the children.
Continued from Page 41
According to Dr. Linzer,
this conflict in the Jewish hit, in color combinations
family is greater today than like royal blue and black,
it has ever been before. deep purple and black, and
"While the independence of olive green and fuschia.
children is inherent in the Still around and popular are
family's functions and the pastels like pink and
sanctioned by the tradi- lilac, especially in pat-
tion," he said, "the tradi- terned tights and socks.
Colors in boys clothes
tional Jewish family did not
stress it as a primary con- tend to be more traditional,
reflecting their more con-
cern of childrearing."
Instead, Dr. Linzer says, servative taste in general.
the traditional family made Still, black is big in boys'
an effort to insure the con- clothing, as are the primary
tinuity of the tradition colors like red, blue, green.
"through religious instruc- and yellow.
For dressier occasions,
tion, ritual behavior and
moral examples." Such a like the upcoming High
family effort "created the Holidays, boys are aug-
obedient personality," Dr. menting conservative suits
Linzer says. "Chidren's in- or sportcoatislacks combi-
denpendence was not an is- nations with sharp;
contrasting-collared dress
sue."
shirts, according to For Kids
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warned. "The equilibrium is
not always maintained. It is
a struggle all the time," he
said. "There will always be
period of uncertainty."
But Dr. Linzer sees in the
mediating model "the best
hope for the survival of the
Jewish family," he said.
Dr. Linzer is also director
of the Jewish Orientation
and Training Seminar of
the Board of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater New York.
His also the author of The

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