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News Release (September 14, 1967)

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News Release (September 14, 1967)
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Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, Sept. 14, 1967; 1 - 11 - Sept. 11, 1967
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Book
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
September 14, 1967

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Three page news release.
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I 11 -s pt. 11, 1967 SPECIAL to THE HERALD TRIBUNE For usea Sept. 14, 1967 SOCIOLOGIST REPORTS ON YOUTH By far ost erican youth are .,very square", a New College Professor of Sociology, Dr. Jerome llimelhoch, said during a recent panel discussion at the San Franciaco eeting of the American Sociolor,ical Association. Dr. Himelhoch ha done considerable work in youth tudies and he oba rved that "only a small minority of American participate in the 'hippie' subculture." He told the participants that only a fw "respond to the inside eanfng of Bob song lyrics." -more

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NEW COLLEGE Page 2 While in San Francisco, Dr. Hiaelhoch delivered a sc::ientific paper, uDelinquenc::y Without Alienation: A Portrait of Some Rural Offenders," before the Society for the Study of Soc::ial Probl s. The paper wa the result of work that he had done aa part of the Vermont Youth Studv, aev n-y r project upport d in part by the Ford Found tion nd the US$. Publi'c Health Service, Workln with him were fichael Schwartz, now eaployed at Bellevue Psychiatric nospital, and James Feeney, a tutor in sociology nd Independent Study Project Coordinator at New Coll ge. pointed out in th p r that youthful convicted offenders in north rn w England do not belong to criminal gangs and are not alienated from convention 1 ociety, His study was prompted by a reported incr e in the rate of rural delinquency higher than that for urban areas Dr. lli elboch suggest d that "within the general American cultur co-exist the offictl .oralistic tradition and the subterr nean hedoni9t1c tradition.11 The requirements of th youthful mal role, he said, cause boys more than girls to give greater stress to hedonistic rather than moralistic values. Th offenders, he found, tend to participate in predomicafitly but ambiv lent and only partially delinquent subcultures. ore -

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/ NEW COLLEGE Page 3 TUTOR NAMED IN ECONOMICS David Marshall Barry, an economist only recently returned from a special study of tgerian co ereial banking, baa been named as tutor in economies t New College. A graduate of the College of Willi and ry with ster's degre from Northwestern University, Barry has taught at North estern University and at Lake oraat College. During the p st year he spent four onths in tl e United Kingdom and nine onths in Ni r a doing research in co ercial bankin under an Inter-Soei tal Re earch Fellowship from Northwestern. SLIP OF MEMORY When President John ro e to th podium to introduce Sarah tavrenee College Pre ident Dr. Esther R u henbush, t a ea pus educational eonf renee la t week, he told of her extennive expert nee in education nd er c it ent to 1 and also cited some of her ny honors. Acknowledging th introduction, Dr. Ra shenbush added that President Elmendorf forgot th very important it that she ia an Honorary F 11 w of New Colleg "And ver pleased to be," she added. 30 -


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