3 edition of Hirano Ryuichi Sensei koki shukuga ronbunshu found in the catalog.
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: Princeton University Library, 1985] 366 leaves ; 22 x 34 cm. This book explores and elucidates the unique management styles in non-manufacturing industries or service industries in contemporary Japan, both practically and theoretically through case studies. " The Japanese criminal-justice system is benevolent in that its goal is to achieve reformation and reintegration into society through lenient sanctions tailored to the offender's particular circumstances.
While recidivism rates indicate that many offenders are indeed reintegrated into society, the system has a dark side, permitting intrusions into the offenders' interests in autonomy and due process. 77-94 1st group Bibliographic references Includes bibliographical references. 1937] Description 99, 829 p.
Details Subject s Related name• Library of Congress genre Notes 齋藤先生著述年表: p. Book 2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide With the service industry taking up the largest portion of its GDP, Japan has much to share in the area of managing service industry.
The Review is published six times a year, in January, March, May, July, October, and December. Drawing upon his extensive research in Japanese sources, from statutes to statistics, Professor Foote examines the successes and failures of benevolent paternalism. Models for a criminal-justice system based on an ethos of rehabilitation and reintegration-such as Llewellyn's "parental" and Griffiths' "family" models-have been regarded as idealistic but unworkable in the real world, except perhaps in totalitarian or primitive societies.
The system is paternalism in that it allows substantial discretion to the state in both gathering and using information about the offender and the offense. Professor Foote, however, Hirano Ryuichi Sensei koki shukuga ronbunshu found in Japan just such a model, which he labels "benevolent paternalism.
Founded in 1912, the California Law Review was the first student law journal published west of Illinois.
These specially selected cases are the management of the world No. The analyses presented in this book were carefully laid out in regard to the business in general.
Each issue contains articles, book reviews, and essays contributed by non-student authors -- professors and members of the bench and bar -- as well as student notes and comments. It also reminds us that it is in reconciling the offender with the community that the law comes to work.
It will be useful for business practitioners in service industry and beneficial to the scholars, students or general readers interested in this area.