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Title Going to court to change Japan : social movements and the law in contemporary Japan / edited by Patricia G. Steinhoff.

Published Ann Arbor, MI : Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan, 2014.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Law  KT 4627 GOIN    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 187 pages ; 23 cm.
Series Michigan monograph series in Japanese studies ; number 77.
Michigan monograph series in Japanese studies ; no. 77.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Patricia G. Steinhoff -- No helmets in court, no t-shirts on death row : new left trial support groups / Patricia G. Steinhoff -- Karōshi activism and recent trends in Japanese civil society : creating credible knowledge and culture / Scott North -- Courting justice, contesting "bureaucratic informality" : the Sayama case and the evolution of Buraku liberation politics / John H. Davis, Jr. -- Becoming unforgettable : leveraging law for labor in struggles for employment security / Christena Turner -- Suing for redress : Japanese consumer organizations and the courts / Patricia L. Maclachlan -- No voice in the courtroom : deaf legal cases in the 1960s / Karen Nakamura -- Cause lawyering in Japan : reflections on the case studies and justice reform / Daniel H. Foote.
Other author Steinhoff, Patricia G., 1941- editor.
Subject Law reform -- Japan.
Law -- Social aspects -- Japan.
Courts -- Japan.
Procedure (Law) -- Japan.
Justice, Administration of -- Japan.
Sociological jurisprudence.
Japan -- Social policy.
ISBN 9781929280834 (paperback: alkaline paper)
1929280831 (paperback: alkaline paper)
9781929280841 (ebook : alkaline paper)
192928084X (ebook : alkaline paper)

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