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Page 6 -The Michigan Daily, Friday, August 14, 1987
SACUA urges changes in 'U' policy to
By LISA POLLAK fessor, will "redefine priorities and direction" creasing minority faculty representation,
Last week the Senate Advisory Committee and select specific proposals for action. holding campus racism "teach-ins," conduct-
on University Affairs (SACUA) developed a SACUA member and University Anthro- ing sensitivity and leadership training, and
list of 64 possible "responses to campus pology Professor Daniel Moerman said trying to influence organizations such as the
racism" that range from internal organizational yesterday he expects the faculty senate to Michigan Student Assembly "to be a little
changes at SACUA to complete redefinitions eventually pursue about 10 of these proposals. more active in recruiting minority students,"
of University policy. After more than a year of development, the Moerman said.
Laina Savory, SACUA executive assistant, faculty advisory board must now "narrow our Several of the ideas propose more wide-
said each of the nine SACUA members will list down... it's easy to think up what to do; reaching policy changes; for example, the list
spend the remainder of the summer consider- it's figuring out what will actually influence includes a suggestion to "redefine the defini-
ing the various proposals before a meeting on the University and how to do it that's diffi- tion of merit at the University" to allow mi-
September 3, when SACUA Chairman Harris cult." nority professors to receive merit for their
McClamroch, an aerospace engineering pro- Priorities among the proposals include in- valuable counseling efforts as well as for their

fight racism
research productivity.
Most of the list, however, concerns struc-
tural and policy changes within the areas'of
SACUA's immediate jurisdiction - the Sen-
ate Assembly and its Assembly Committees.
SACUA member Wendy Lougee, head of the
graduate library, has offered to compile
racism-related literature for distribution to as-
sembly members. Other SACUA professors
have indicated they wish to make a stronger
effort next to influence departmental hiring of
minorities.

41

Study says mother-child relationship affects sexual behavior
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By KAREN DRAKE between mother and child can either
Mothers who have close ties enhance or inhibit communication of
with their teens affect their child's values."
sexual activities more than mothers She added that the results of the
who are distant from their children, study are relevant because of teenage
said a University study conducted by pregnancy and the growing numbers
Population Studies Researcher of AIDS victims.
Maxine Weinstein and Sociology The researchers contacted 888
Prof. Arland Thornton. mothers from the metropolitan
Weinstein said the findings show Detroit area between 1962 and 1980
the "quality of the relationship and interviewed the offspring in

1980. The University researchers study was consistent with their
asked each mother and child - born theory because "the extent to which
in 1961 - to discuss their feelings the mother's attitudes are reflected in
about premarital sex and also to their children's behaviors depends on
assess the quality of their the quality of the relationships
relationship with each other. between mother and child," said
Before doing the study, Weinstein Thornton.
and Thornton theorized the Some students, however, don't
relationship between a child and their think their mothers influence their
mother influenced their sexual sexual activities. "When I'm with a
values. The data obtained in the girl I really don't think about my

mother, SaadLJA Irst-year stu ent
Daniel Croll, who said he is close to
his mother.
Beth Galley, an LSA junior,
claims that although she is close to
her mother, this does not influence
whether or not she has premarital
sex because "I'm my own person."
The study showed that a majority
of the teenagers discuss politics,
national affairs, marriage, and sex
with their mothers.

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