Faculty Publications

          Setsuo Miyazawa

          Books

          • East Asia's Renewed Respect for the Rule of Law in the 21st Century: The Future of Legal and Judicial Landscapes in East Asia (Brill Nijhoff 2015) (with Weidong Ji, Hiroshi Fukurai, Kay-Wah Chan and Matthias Vanhullebusch) (co-editor).
          • An Introduction to the Legal System: A Bridge Book (Shinzansha 2nd ed. 2010) (with Katsuhiro Musashi, Keiichi Ageishi & Hiroshi Otsuka) (in Japanese).
          • Contemporary Judicial System: A Textbook (Nihon Hyoronsha 5th ed. 2009) (with Yasuo Watanabe et al.) (in Japanese).
          • An Introduction to the Legal System: A Bridge Book (Shinzansha 2008) (with Katsuhiro Musashi, Keiichi Ageishi & Hiroshi Otsuka) (in Japanese).
          • Criminal Justice and Criminals in Society (Nihon Hyoronsha 2007) (editor, with Koichi Kikuta & Haruo Nishimura) (in Japanese).
          • Ethics and Responsibilities of Lawyers: A Problem Book, Vols. 1 & 2 (Gendai Jinbunsha 2d ed. 2007) (editor, with Eiji Tsukahara & Koji Miyakawa) (in Japanese).
          • Crime and Punishment (Shinzansha 2005) (editor, with Toshio Yoshida & Osamu Maruyama).
          • Ethics and Responsibilities of Lawyers: A Problem Book, Vols. 1 & 2 (Gendai Jinbunsha rev. ed. 2005) (editor, with Eiji Tsukahara & Koji Miyakawa) (in Japanese).
          • Ethics and Responsibilities of Lawyers: A Problem Book, Vols. 1 & 2 (Gendai Jinbunsha 2004) (editor, with Eiji Tsukahara & Koji Miyakawa) (in Japanese).
          • The Japanese Adversary System in Context: Controversies and Comparisons (Palgrave Macmillan 2002) (editor, with Malcolm M. Feeley).
          • Justice System Reform and Citizens’ Perspectives (Seibundo 2001) (with Takao Suami et al.) (in Japanese).
          • Legal Aid in Asia (Gendai Jinbunsha 2001) (editor) (in Japanese).
          • Proposals for Justice in the 21st Century (Nihon Hyoronsha 1998) (editor, with Naoyuki Kumagai et al.) (in Japanese).
          • Sociology of Law Colloquium (Nihon Hyoronsha 1996) (editor, with Yuriko Kaminaga) (in Japanese).
          • Crime Prevention in the Urban Community (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 1995) (editor, with Koichi Miyazawa). AMAZON
          • The Reality of the Legal Process (Shinzansha 1994) (in Japanese).
          • Policing in Japan: A Study on Making Crime (State Univ. N.Y. Press 1992) (translated by Frank G. Bennett, Jr. with John O. Haley).
          • International Human Rights and Anglo–American Criminal Procedure (Koyo Shobo 1991) (editor, with Kiyoshi Yamashita) (in Japanese).
          • Legal Departments of International Business Corporations (Gakuyo Shobo 1987) (in Japanese).
          • The Attitudes and Behavior of Front–Line Detectives in Criminal Investigation (Seibundo 1985) (in Japanese).
          Journal Articles

          • Glass Ceiling for Female Professionals, Executives, and Managerial Employees in Japan: 30th Anniversary of the EEAO and Prime Minister Abe's Womenomics– Introduction to the Symposium Issue– Introduction to the Symposium Issue, 39 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 389 (2016).
          • The Role of Law and Lawyers for Disaster Victims: A UC Hastings-Waseda Symposium on the Legal Aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Disaster – Introduction to the Symposium Issue, 16 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol’y J. 116 (2015). SSRN
          • A Field Report from a Japanese Professor at an American Law School - Parts 3&4, NBL No.1018, pp. 70-79; No. 1020, pp. 75-84 (2014) (in Japanese). SSRN
          • A Field Report from a Japanese Professor at an American Law School - Parts 5&6, NBL No.1036, pp. 58-67; No. 1040, pp. 77-86 (2014) (in Japanese). SSRN
          • Citizen Participation in Criminal Trials in Japan: The Saiban–in System and Victim Participation in Japan in International Perspectives, 42 Int’l J.L. Crime & Just. 71 (2014). FULLTEXT SSRN
          • A Field Report from a Japanese Professor at an American Law School - Parts 1&2, NBL No.1012, pp. 32-38; No. 1014, pp. 62-70 (2013) (in Japanese). SSRN
          • Successes, Failures, and Remaining Issues of the Justice System Reform in Japan: An Introduction to the Symposium Issue, 36 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 313 (2013). FULLTEXT
          • Where Are We Now and Where Should We Head for? A Reflection on the Place of East Asia on the Map of Socio–Legal Studies, 22 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 111 (2013). FULLTEXT
          • The Politics of Increasing Punitiveness and the Rising Populism in Japanese Criminal Justice Policies, 10 Punishment & Soc’y 47 (2008). URL
          • The Reform of Legal Education in East Asia, 4 Ann. Rev. L. Soc. Sci. 333 (2008) (with Kay-Wah Chan & Ilhyung Lee). URL
          • Will Penal Populism in Japan Decline?: A Discussion, 33 Japanese J. Soc. Criminology 122 (2008). FULLTEXT
          • “How Does Culture Count in Legal Change?: A Review with a Proposal from a Social Movement Perspective, 37 Mich. J. Int'l L. 917 (2006). FULLTEXT
          • Educating and Training of Lawyers in Japan: A Critical Analysis, 43 S. Tex. L. Rev. 491 (2002). FULLTEXT
          • The Politics of Judicial Reform in Japan: The Rule of Law at Last?, 1 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol’y J. 89 (2001). FULLTEXT
          • Legal Education and the Reproduction of the Elite in Japan, 1 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol’y J. i (2000). FULLTEXT
          • For the Liberal Transformation of Japanese Legal Culture, 29 Kobe Univ. L. Rev. 45 (1995) reprinted in 2 Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht 101 (1997) . FULLTEXT
          • Long–Term Strategies in Japanese Environmental Litigation, 18 Law & Soc. Inquiry 605 (1993) (with Robert L. Kidder). FULLTEXT
          • Administrative Control of Japanese Judges, 25 Kobe Univ. L. Rev. 45 (1991). URL
          • Learning Lessons from Japanese Experience in Policing and Crime, 24 Kobe Univ. L. Rev. 29 (1990). URL
          • Scandal and Hard Reform: Implications of a Wiretapping Case to the Control of Organizational Police Crime in Japan, 23 Kobe Univ. L. Rev. 13 (1989). URL
          • Social Movements and Contemporary Rights in Japan: Relative Success Factors in the Field of Environmental Law, 22 Kobe Univ. L. Rev. 63 (1988). URL
          • Taking Kawashima Seriously: A Review of Japanese Research on Japanese Legal Consciousness and Disputing Behavior, 21 Law & Soc'y Rev. 219 (1987). FULLTEXT
          • Legal Departments of Japanese Corporations in the United States, 20 Kobe Univ. L. Rev. 101 (1986). URL
          Chapters In Books

          • Stratification or Diversification? 2011 Survey of Young Lawyers in Japan East Asia’s Renewed Respect for the Rule of Law in the 21st Century 32 (Setsuo Miyazawa et al. eds., Hotei Publishing 2015) (with Atsushi Bushimata, Keiichi Ageishi, Akira Fujimoto, Rikiya Kuboyama & Kyoko Ishida). URL
          • Legal Culture and the State in Modern Japan: Continuity and Change, in Law, Society, and History: Themes in the Legal Sociology and Legal History of Lawrence M. Friedman 169 (Robert W. Gordon & Morton J. Horwitz eds., Cambridge Univ. Press 2011) (with Malcolm M. Feeley). CATALOG
          • Japan, in Encyclopedia of Law & Society: American and Global Perspectives, Vol. 2 835 (Sage Publications 2007) (with David S. Clark ed.). AMAZON
          • Law Reform, Lawyers, and Access to Justice, in Japanese Business Law 39 (Gerald P. McAlinn ed., Kluwer Law Int’l 2007). CATALOG
          • The Politics of Judicial Reform in Japan: The Rule of Law at Last?, in Raising the Bar: The Emerging Legal Profession in East Asia 107 (William P. Alford et al. eds., Harv. Univ. Press 2007). CATALOG
          • The State, Civil Society, and the Legal Complex in Modern Japan, in Fighting for Political Freedom: Comparative Studies of the Legal Complex and Political Liberalism 151 (Terence C. Halliday et al. eds., Hart Publishing 2007) (with Malcolm M. Feeley). AMAZON
          • Introduction: An Unbalanced Adversary System—Issues, Policies, and Practices in Japan, in Context and in Comparative Perspective, in The Japanese Adversary System in Context: Controversies and Comparisons 1 (Malcolm M. Feeley & Setsuo Miyazawa eds., Palgrave Macmillan 2002). CATALOG
          • Legal Education and the Reproduction of the Elite in Japan Global Prescriptions: The Production, Exportation, and Importation of a New Legal Orthodoxy, in 162 (Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth eds., U. Mich. Press 2002) (with Hiroshi Otsuka). CATALOG
          • Lawyering for the Underrepresented in the Context of Legal, Social, and National Institutions, in Educating for Justice Around the World 19 (Louise G. Trubek & Jeremy Cooper eds., Ashgate 1999). CATALOG
          • Policing in Japan and Individual Rights, in Internal Security in Modern Industrialized Societies 156 (Hans–Heiner Kühne & Koichi Miyazawa eds., Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft 1998).
          • Projects Inachevés Du Professeur Masaji Chiba Ce Qu’il Reste À Faire, in Une Introduction Aux Cultures Juridiques Non Occidentales: Autour De Masaji Chiba 151 (Takanori Kitamura, Wanda Capeller & Takanori Kitamura eds., Bruylant 1998).
          • The Enigma of Japan as a Testing Ground for Cross–Cultural Criminological Studies, in Comparing Legal Cultures 195 (David Nelken ed., Dartmouth Pub. 1997) reprinted in 50 Int'l Annals of Criminology 154 (2012). CATALOG URL
          • Administrative Control of Japanese Judges, in Law & Technology in the Pacific Community 263 (Philip S.C. Lewis ed., Westview Press 1994). CATALOG
          • The Role of Government and Lawyers in the Development of Semiconductor/Computer Industry in Japan, in Law & Technology in the Pacific Community 137 (Philip S.C. Lewis ed., Westview Press 1994). CATALOG
          • Social Movements and Contemporary Rights in Japan, in Laws and Rights 653 (Vincenzo Ferrari ed., Dott. A. Giuffrè 1991).
          • The Private Sector and Law Enforcement in Japan, in Privatization and Its Alternatives 241 (William T. Gormley ed., Univ. Wis. Press 1991). AMAZON
          Book Reviews

          • Two Faces of Justice: A Milestone in Quantitative Cross-cultural Research, 19 Law & Soc. Inquiry 667 (1994) (reviewing V. Lee Hamilton & Joseph Sanders, Everyday Justice: Responsibility and the Individual in Japan and the United States) (with David T. Johnson). HEIN
          Dissertations & Theses

          • Organizational Adaptation to Multiple Environments: Legal Departments of U.S. Subsidiaries of Japanese Corporations (1985) (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University).