Is Japan exceptional? Reconsidering Japanese crime rates

Fujimoto, Tetsuya; Park, Won-Kyu
June 1994
Social Justice;1994, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p110
Academic Journal
Reexamines the uniqueness of Japanese crime and presents alternative interpretations. Comparison of major crime rates among advanced industrial countries; International comparison of public safety; International comparison of the proportion of violent and property offenses in total crime.


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