21-06 Segment 1: Forced Behavioral Treatment Programs

21-06 Segment 1: Forced Behavioral Treatment Programs

Each year, thousands of young adults are sent to long-term, in-patient behavioral centers that are seen as the last resort for troubled teens. Their parents often sign off on this treatment because they believe that this ‘tough love’ route is the only answer to turning things around. Journalist and author, Kenneth R. Rosen joins Viewpoints this week to share his own adolescent experience at three of these centers and the long-term damage this type of treatment can wreak on young minds.

21-06 Segment 2: The Birth Of Criminal Science In The U.S.

21-06 Segment 2: The Birth Of Criminal Science In The U.S.

Today, the field of forensic science is one of the most important tools that investigators have in cracking a case. From forensic geology to DNA analysis to ballistics, analyzing the science behind each crime is crucial. To better understand its beginnings, we go back to the twentieth century to shed a light on Edward Oscar Heinrich – an innovative man who made many contributions to early forensic science in the U.S.

Culture Crash 21-06: The Tumultuous Legacy Of Tiger Woods

Culture Crash 21-06: The Tumultuous Legacy Of Tiger Woods

HBO’s new release, Tiger chronicles the ups and downs of Tiger Wood’s golf career and personal life. We discuss if the new documentary is overhyped or worth the watch.