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

          • 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
          • 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

          • 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). CATALOG
          • 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).