- Parents, teens and the culture of sex
"Not under my roof." That, says sociologist Amy Schalet, is the extent of the conversation that most American parents have with their teenagers about their sex lives. But research shows this hands-off attitude tends to promote unhealthy choices.9:06 a.m.
Amy Schalet: Assistant professor of sociology at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and author of "Not Under My Roof."
Tonya Chaffee, MD: Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at University of California, San Francisco.
- The ethics of the Penn State scandal
Among the many issues raised by the scandal at Penn State, some observers are focused on one: How could so many people be aware of the alleged sexual abuse of a child and not alert the police? Midmorning examines what happens when people fail to do the right thing.10:06 a.m.
Daryl Koehn: Professor in the ethics and business law department at St. Thomas University, and author of "The Nature of Evil."
Jack Marshall: President of Proethics, an ethics and training firm.
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