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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 7
Panels look at South
and Southeast Asia

(Continued from Page 3)
Technology" also involves "a critique
of present (hard) technology and a
proposal to change what is wrong."
"THE PROPONENTS of the present
system of technology claim that there is
a direct relationship between economic
prosperity and the quality of life,"
Morrison explained, adding that "Ap-
propriate Technology" takes into ac-
count the costs of industrialization,
such as increased pollution."
" Appropriate Technology' challenges
the neutrality of technology," ex-
plained Kenneth Dahlberg, professor of
political science at Western Michigan.

"The theory points out that technology
has social and structural charac-
teristics and cannot be dealt with as a
neutral item."
In criticizing what he called the -
"mainstream theory" of "Appropriate
Technolgy," Urban and Regional Plan-
ning lecturer R.S. Ganapathy said, "It
(the theory) ignores the relationship
between the rural and urban sectors of
the economy" and later added that
"The theory's proponents maintain a
duality between modern and the
traditional economy only as long as
they can promote modernization while
keeping the poor somewhat satisfied."

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Blacks and TV ''y'hoto by JIMK U
Noted television and movie director, actor, and writer Ossie Davis speaks last
night at the Michigan League on "Where Are the Black Image Makers Hid-
ing?" Davis was the banquet speaker for "Black Families and the Medium of
Television," a three-day conference sponsored by the Bush Program in
Child Development and Social Policy which ends today.
Past 'U'president's

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(Continuedfrom Page3) the news release they
CPB would discuss the matter further. determine Fleming's
Dr. Oharles Koller, professor of "it didn't sound all tha
hematology at the University medical Fleming has und
school, said yesterday that Fleming tests, including a b
could have any of eight types of lym- biopsy, and bone mar
phoma. indicate the cancer ha
"SOME TYPES have a good Fleming is undergo
prognosis, while others do not," he ex- on an outpatient bas
plained. Although Koller said that from tend through the sun

re was no way to
specific illness,
t bad."
ergone extensive
one scan, tissue
rrow tests, which
s not spread.
ing chemotherapy
is, which will ex-
mmer.

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Thursday, May 15 FREE
JON JOST FESTIVAL
7:00 Aud A
Visiting filmmaker Jon Jost makes his first Ann Arbtor appearance. Jost, a 36-year-old independent, experimental film-
maker, examines political and social issues. His stay in Ann Arbor will be highlighted by screenings of SPEAKING DIRECTLY
(7:00) and LAST CHANTS FOR A SLOW DANCE (10:00). He will give a lecture on low budget filmmaking between the'
two shows. SPEAKING DIRECTLY (1973) has been described as a rumination on life in America, Vietnam and the process
of filmmaking. LAST CHANTS FOR A SLOW DANCE is the story of an unemployed trucker who plays at being 'King of
the Road,' while his family struggles for welfare. Don't miss Jost's films and the chance to listen to an independent filmmaker
expouse on his art. A workshop is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, May 14. Please check the desk or office
phone for details.
Amencan
Independent: J

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