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It has now been two months since scandal rolled into the Happy Valley, with the news that Jerry Sandusky has been charged with 52 counts of child molestation. Much is still uncertain and yet the university, the surrounding community, and the nation as a whole remains fixated on the question of responsibility. In particular, does Penn State bear responsibility for any of the alleged acts of abuse and, if so, on what grounds? If the institution does bear responsibility, ought we to transmit that responsibility to members of the Penn State community? To which members? And what measures should Penn State undertake in response? We address each of these questions in turn.
Originally published in the Huffington Post © 2012.
Sepinwall, A. J., & Rosner, S. (2012). Penn State and the Blame Game. Huffington Post, 1-. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/lgst_papers/67
Date Posted: 25 October 2018