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The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 9, 1980--Page 17
men's group supportive of ERA
(Continued from Page 3)

at a young age encourages them to
"separate from the people they care
about" in order to do well in their
professional lives, he said.
Tamborriello called this an "alienating
' experience."
"Men don't suffer so much from
discrimination as they do from
dehumanization," he claimed. The
consequences of this are "reslly far-
reaching," Tamborrilleo said, because
Buildings,
habitats
focus of
research
By JOYCE FRIEDEN
Everything from single buildings to
entire regions is under observation at
the Institute for Social Research's U6e
ban Environmental Research Pro-
gram. The program's ten research-
ers, who study issues such as
discrimination in the rental housing
market and population shifts from
southernf to northern Michigan, say
they are overflowing with ideas.
"It's hard to get all the ideas for.
projects down on paper," said Sandra
Newman, senior study director for the
program. "In this field, (urban
development) there is much more that
is not known than is known."
URBAN DEVELOPMENTAL
researchers provide information that
can be used by policy makers in urban
and environmental decisions. "We also
want these policy-makers to under-
stand the implications of what they've
done after they've done it," said
Program Director Robert Marans.
A recent example of the program's
second purpose is Marans' recently
completed survey about the Ann Arbor
Federal Building. Marans used
telephone samples of community
residens and written questionnaires
given to employees working in the
building to see whether the structure,
recipient of a design award by the
Detroit chapter of the American In-
stitute of Architects, is a pleasant place
to look at and work in.
r Marans' findings indicated that
"people just don't like the building
esthetically," he said in a recent
Detroit News interview. "Working in it
is terrible. Compared with national
data (on how other employees like their
working conditions), this building is
terrible."
BUILDINGS ARE ONLY one aspect
of the urban environment studied by
Marans and his collesgues. For exam-
5 ple, Marans recently completed a study
on what attracts residents to non-
metropolitan areas like northern
Michigan. The results showed that a
major factor was the quality of the
natural environment and abundance of
lakes and forests. Another survey, due
for completion at the end of the month,
is a nationwide study looking at the
reasons for and frequency of
discrimination by landlords against
families with children.
. Funding for projects comes from the
fedr over nt e n ou ide

men come to measure their success in
terms of power they hold over other
human beings.
Tamborriello called the women's
movement an "incomplete revolution"
saying that until men change their
attitudes about themselves and other
people, women will have to fight the
same battles over and over again
because the majority of the power

structures in the world are controlled aspects of the traditional male role,"
by men. Tamborriello said, citing the fact that
Organizations such as MALE and men often die at a younger age than
MAN for ERA help men deal with women because of the extreme
sexuality, divorce, and child care. They pressure placed on them in their every
also help men cope with the "destructive day lives.
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