Juvenile Delinquency in Japan: Reconsidering the Crisis
How to explain juvenile delinquent behaviour in the Japan of the nineties? Are its reasons really fundamentally different from those in other societies? Juvenile Delinquency in Japan, written by leading Japanese and German scholars, for the first time looks comprehensively into the phenomenon. It does so from a variety of disciplines; law, sociology, education, and Japanese studies. Thus it explores the legal provisions, conditions of schooling, family life, and social change in society as a framework for understanding delinquent behaviour in Japanese high school students. It becomes clear that reasons for delinquency are the same in Japan as in other societies. Fundamentally different, however, are the high sensitivity to delinquent behaviour and the tremendous efforts to prevent nonconformist behaviour.
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The Japanese Triangle for Preventing Adolescent Delin
Public Perceptions and Discourse on Deviance
Changes in Values and Life Orientation among Japanese Youth
Changes in School Environment and DeviancyA Survey
Inequality in Family Background as a Reason for Juvenile
The Reform of the Japanese Education System as an Answer
The Debate about the Reform of the Juvenile Law in Japan
Counseling Systems as a Means of Preventing Delinquency
The Juvenile Training Schools of JapanTeaching Young
Problem Behavior and Social Control in Japans Junior High
List of Contributors
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Murakami Haruki’s teenage murderer: a Žižekian View Maria Flutsch ...
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Research portal Saxony-Anhalt:Innovation- and transfer network ...
Juvenile delinquency in Japan - reconsidering the "crisis". In: Juvenile delinquency in Japan. - Leiden : Brill. - 2003, S. 1-18. Monographiebeitrag ...
Newsletter of the lnstitute of Social Science, University of Tokyo. ISSN 1340-7155. Social. Science. 25. February 2003. Education ...
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