The Public Interest

Learning about crime—the Japanese experience

David H. Bayley

Summer 1976

LIKE the United States, Japan is modern, affluent, urbanized, and industrial. Politically and economically, Japan is part of the “developed” world. But there is one area where Japan is remarkably and perplexingly different the incidence of criminality.

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