Japan and the Different Conceptions of Crime

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:20 AM
Room: Booth 58
RC29 Deviance and Social Control (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Minoru YOKOYAMA, Kokugakuin University, Japan
Change in Juvenile Delinquency in Japan (Oral Presentation)
Minoru YOKOYAMA, Kokugakuin University, Japan

Social Care at Japanese Snack Bars (Oral Presentation)
Shion NAKATA, University for Advanced Studies, Japan

How Japan Imports Social Problems from the West: Child Abuse from Early 20th Century to the Present (Oral Presentation)
Kayoko UENO, The University of Tokushima, Japan

Higher Education in Russia As Institute of Social Control of Student Deviant Activities (Oral Presentation)
Konstantin BELOUSOV, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

The Use of Tobacco and Marijuana with School Bonding: A Longitudinal Analysis from the Perspective of Social Control (Oral Presentation)
Marcela MORAGA CUBILLOS, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Chile

Community Responses to Drug Related Violence in Mexico (Oral Presentation)
Carlos SILVA, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico; Alejandra ARMESTO, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico

Medical Marijuana Laws and Substance Induced Deaths: Evidence from the U.S (Oral Presentation)
Takuma KAMADA, Tohoku University, Japan

Locality and the Moral Inequality of MDMA Users in Taiwan: A Case of a Newly Democratized Country (Oral Presentation)
Ming-Feng LIU, National Quemoy University, Taiwan