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Friday, November 22, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 22, 1974


Page Seven

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U' study reveals childless
couples as happy as parents


f rent parts of their lives . "
The rse harn hnna trf h b bhl

assessment of life which we find
br mo al-k nrnln l

however, since it was not the
'f~lre rn mo i n ri

A recentUniversitystudyhas er uarc ers pe e aoie among iacx people . . comes study's primary'tous.
gairednatUniversity study has to get a morale barometer of in part from the experienze of The figures were "statistical-
gained national attention with the nation by repeating the .,ur- being black. Race per se plays ly significant," said Campbell.
its findig that married couples vey periodically. a significant role in determin- "but I wouldn't advise couples
without children are not less The study also reported that ing the quality of life experience not to have children on the
satisfied with their lives than while more Americans thought in contemporary American so- basis of the study."
Contrary to the popular belief things were getting worse than ciety." Campbell was surprised by
that m a r r i a ge s withut thought they were getting bet- Women do not appear to find the study's finding that the per-
children are unfulfilled, "Mar- ter, "it is not the conditions Qf their lives less rewarding than centage of young married wo-
ned couples without children their own lives which primarily men. Housewives and employed men reporting that their lives
rgid coupesi eth t hirndistress them (aside from eco- " wives are about equal in the were satisfying was much gr.at-
give no evidence that their nomic pressures) but the be- satisfaction they find in life and er than the percentage -,f un-
by the fact that they are not havior of other people -- crug both are happier than .irgle married women. Campbell had
by te fac tat heygu an- users, immoral people, crimi- working women. expected a much smaller dif-
bell, Philip Converse, and Wil- nals, protestors. A college education chan-es ference, due to the effects of
lard Rogers of the Institute for Blacks appear to be signifi- this, however. "College gr-adu- the women's movement. "Ap-
loa Resorch cantly more dissatisfied with ate women who are housewives parently young women respond
c etheir lives than whites. The dif- find their lives less rewarding to marriage just as you :ould
THE STUDY was based on ference seems to be based upon than other housewives and in have said women 50 years -go
over 2000 interviews conducted more than just economic fac- particular less rewarding than would have," Campbell con-
in 1971 with people from all over tors. the lives of college graduate cluded.
the nation, and was concerned ' ACCORDING to James Bracy, women who are employed," -
with "capturing the feelings of a former ISR research assistant says the report.
satisfaction or dissatisfaction who analyzed the data in the THE FACT that the re.3ilts
that Americans draw from dif- ISR Newsletter, "the negative concerning the satisfaction of
- -married couples with or without
children have been grabbing
State enate passethe headlines has disappinted
R een R e R ~ eS at least one of the resear.-hers,

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student regent bill

(Continued from Page 1)
more student participation in
decision - making at universi-I
ties. He said that chances areI
good that a well-qualified" stu-1
dent may be nominated by one
of the political parties in the
76 election.
"The 19~4 election results
show a willingness to nominateI
and elect younger people to allI
states offices," stated Bursley.
He pointed out that a student j
was elected to the Wayne State
University governing board this
year and will take office in
Bullard said that "the gover-
nor will be under pressure to,
begin appointing students to theI
governing boards of some of the
state s universities. At present,
the boards of the University,
Wayne State and Michigan State
University are chosen in state-
wide elections, while the boards'
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of all other schools and colleges
are appointed directly by the
Bursley explained that nearly
30 states have laws at present
that allow students to sit on the
governing boards of universi-
ties. He said this information
showing that student regents
were accepted in other states
was an instrumental factor in
convincing senators to support
the bill.
"When they (the senators)
heard the idea had a good track
record, many of them changed
their minds," Bursley stated.
Bullard said that he favors
a system that would make stu-
dent membership on the Board
of Regents mandatory. He sug-
gested that at least three of the
board members be students,
and be elected by the studenti
body, rather than the entire
Both Bullard and Bursley ad-
mitted, however, that imple-
mentation of any such measure
is "far in the future."

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