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Japanese Society and Lay Participation in Criminal Justice



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This book describes the state of the lay participation system in criminal justice, saiban-in seido, in Japanese society. Starting with descriptions of the outlines of lay participation in the Japanese criminal justice system, the book deals with the questions of what the lay participants think about the system after their participation, how the general public evaluate the system, whether the introduction of lay participation has promoted trust in the justice system in Japan, and the foci of Japanese society's interest in the lay participation system. To answer these questions, the author utilizes data obtained from social surveys of actual participants and of the general public. The book also explores the results of quantitative text analyses of newspaper articles. With those data, the author describes how Japanese society evaluates the implementation of the system and discusses whether the system promotes democratic values in Japan.






This book describes the state of the lay participation system in criminal justice, saiban-in seido, in Japanese society. Starting with descriptions of the outlines of lay participation in the Japanese criminal justice system, the book deals with the questions of what the lay participants think about the system after their participation, how the general public evaluate the system, whether the introduction of lay participation has promoted trust in the justice system in Japan, and the foci of Japanese society's interest in the lay participation system. To answer these questions, the author utilizes data obtained from social surveys of actual participants and of the general public. The book also explores the results of quantitative text analyses of newspaper articles. With those data, the author describes how Japanese society evaluates the implementation of the system and discusses whether the system promotes democratic values in Japan.


Popular Participation in Japanese Criminal Justice proceeds by explaining the process by which lay participation in criminal trials left the periphery to become an important national matter at the turn of the century. Berghahn Books. By doing so the criminal justice has certain power to control society by means of policing. FREE shipping on .


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Participation in Criminal. Buy Japanese Society and Lay Participation in Criminal Justice Social Attitudes Trust and Mass Media 1st ed. Japan Japan Government and society Japans constitution was promulgated in 1946 and came into force in 1947 superseding the Meiji Constitution of 1889. Riha Thomas 1969. democracies. These include differences in capital jurisprudence execution method the nature and extent of secrecy surrounding death penalty deliberations and executions institutional capacities to prevent and discover wrongful convictions orientations to lay participation and to victim participation and orientations to democracy and governance. This book describes the lay participation system in criminal justice saibanin seido in Japan and examines what lay participants think about the system after .


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