The Japanese Way Of Justice

Author: David T. Johnson
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In this book, David T. Johnson portrays Japanese prosecutors at work; the social, political, and legal contexts that enable and constrain their actions; and the content of the justice thereby delivered.

Global Edge

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David T. Johnson, "Bureaucratic Corruption in Japan," working paper 76, Japan
Policy Research Institute, Encinitas, CA, 2001; David T.Johnson, The Japanese
Way of Justice: Prosecuting Crime in Japan (Studies on Law and Social Control),
(New York: Oxford University Press, 2005). 13. Johnson, The Japanese Way of
Justice; Daniel Kaufmann, "Myths and Realities of Governance and Corruption,"
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2003. 14. Johnson, "Bureaucratic Corruption in

Directory Of Japan Specialists And Japanese Studies Institutions In The United States And Canada Japan Specialists

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SPECIALIZATION: comparative and cross-cultural studies; social control;
criminology and deviance; Law. ... PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: American
Society of Criminology; Association for Asian Studies; Law and Society
Association. ... MAJOR PUBLICATIONS: The Japanese Way of Justice:
Prosecuting Crime in Japan (New York: Oxford University Press 2002); "The
Death Penalty in Japan: Secrecy, Silence, and Salience," The Cultural Lives of
Capital Punishment (Palo Alto, ...

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J. B. JOHNSON, DAVID T. The Japanese way of justice; prosecuting crime in
Japan. (Studies on law and social control, 3) 327p 2001 Oxford University Press I
. Public prosecutors 2. Prosecution 3. Law — Japan 4. Criminal justice.
Administration of — Japan ISBN 0-19-51 1986-X LC 00-69877 SUMMARY: "
Johnson sets out 'to describe and interpret the key aspects of Japan's internal
prosecutor culture': the ideas, values, and attitudes the prosecutors have about
criminal law. behavior, ...

The Japanese Way Of Justice

Author: David Ted Johnson
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Bayley, David H. "Learning About Crime -- The Japanese Experience." The
Public Interest. 1976. Pp.55-68. Becker, Howard S., with a chapter by Pamela
Richards. Writing for Social Scientists. University of Chicago Press. 1986. Belli,
Melvin. "Your Friendly Prosecutor." Belli Looks at Law and Life in Japan.
Publisher and date unknown. Belsky, Martin H. "Review Essay: On Becoming
and Being a Prosecutor." Review of D. Nissman and E. Hagen, The Prosecution
Function, 1982.

Sociological Abstracts

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L. A. Hoffman SA04530 Feldman, Eric A. (Instit Law & Society, New York U, NY),
Blood Justice: Courts, Conflict, and Compensation in Japan, France, and the
United States, Law and Society Review, 2000, 34, 3, Oct, 651-701. H In the mid-
1980s, many blood ... More recently, the focus has shifted to other components of
the criminal justice system, such as prosecution & correctional responses, to
determine the best way to reduce domestic violence. This project is a case study
of 177 ...

Criminal Justice And Social Control

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For Japanese defendants released from custody, it is not uncommon for
prosecutors to advise the individual of social services to his avail, 24 and such
advisement is mandated by law. Fifthly, in both Japan and the United States, lay
participation can be seen in the functioning of the American grand jury and the
Japanese Inquest Committee. Both act in an inquisitorial capacity and basically
serve as safeguards against prosecutorial abuses of power. The difference
between the way ...