The Effects of Pacifist Norms of the Japanese Justice System
Zenn, Andrea J.
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The reliance on pacifist norms in Japan may have left irreparable effects on the countrys ability to police organized crime. Japans pacifist culture is due in no small part to its tumultuous history, but to fully understand the impact these and other norms have on domestic police and legal institutions we need study the evolution of this societys criminal element over the last several decades and measure the effectiveness of the justice system in Japan. The major areas of research for this project will cover what and how institutionalized norms of pacifism have been used in Japan, comparing and contrasting the Pre-World War II and Post-World War II periods. This study will also analyze the shift in these norms and Japanese society over the last few decades and determine if the social norms relied upon in the past can still be utilized by todays law enforcement agencies to maintain the countrys relatively low crime rate, address newer conflicts of domestic and international terrorism and manage the growth of organized crime within the state. From the statistics and information available on these past several decades I will evaluate how effective the Japanese justice system has been in responding to these new crime trends and whether or not the reliance on pacifist norms have debilitated the countys ability to maintain law and order.
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