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Who judges? : designing jury systems in Japan, East Asia, and Europe

Rieko Kage

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タイトル Who judges? : designing jury systems in Japan, East Asia, and Europe
著者 Rieko Kage
著者標目 鹿毛, 利枝子
出版地(国名コード) GB
出版地Cambridge, United Kingdom
出版社Cambridge University Press
出版年月日等 2017
大きさ、容量等 xiii, 264 pages ; 24 cm
注記 表現種別 : text
注記 Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN 9781107194694
ISBN 1107194695
LC番号 2017035936
OCLC番号 995847235
部分タイトル 1. Introduction -- 2. Theoretical framework: participation and partisan politics -- 3. The distribution of cases -- 4. The history of the lay judge system debate in Japan up to 1996 -- 5. Bringing the lay judge system back in, 1997-2004 -- 6. Setting the agenda: new left-oriented parties and deliberations in the Japanese parliament -- 7. Proposals for lay participation in the Republic of China -- 8. Introducing jury systems in South Korea and Spain -- 9. The impact of new lay judge systems -- 10. Conclusions
出版年(W3CDTF) 2017
件名(キーワード) Jury--Japan
件名(キーワード) Jury selection--Japan
件名(キーワード) Justice, Administration of--Japan
件名(キーワード) Jury
件名(キーワード) Justice, Administration of
NDLC A781
NDLC A784
LCC KNX1585
DDC 347/.0752
要約・抄録 "The delivery of justice is a core function of the modern state. The recent introduction of jury/lay judge systems for criminal trials in Japan, South Korea, Spain, and perhaps soon Taiwan represents a potentially major reform of this core function, shifting decision making authority from professional judges to ordinary citizens. But the four countries chose to empower their citizens to markedly different degrees. Why? Who Judges? is the first book to offer a systematic account for why different countries design their new jury/lay judge systems in very different ways. Drawing on detailed theoretical analysis, original case studies, and content analysis of fifty years of Japanese parliamentary debates, the book reveals that the relative power of 'new left'-oriented political parties explains the different magnitudes of reform in the four countries. Rieko Kage's vital new study opens up an exciting new area of research for comparative politics and socio-legal studies"--
要約・抄録 "The delivery of justice is a core function of the modern state. The recent introduction of jury/lay judge systems for criminal trials in Japan, South Korea, Spain, and perhaps soon Taiwan represents a potentially major reform of this core function, shifting decision-making authority from professional judges to ordinary citizens. But the four countries chose to empower their citizens to markedly different degrees. Why? Who Judges? is the first book to offer a systematic account of why different countries design their new jury/lay judge systems in very different ways. Drawing on detailed theoretical analysis, original case studies, and content analysis of fifty years of Japanese parliamentary debates, the book reveals that the relative power of "new left"-oriented political parties explains the different magnitudes of reform in the four countries. Rieko Kage's vital new study opens up an exciting new area of research for comparative politics and socio-legal studies"--
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言語(ISO639-2形式) eng : English

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