2009-12-31

any low-crime societies?

11.24: web.pol/any low crime societies?:


. very cool site with rich set of views:
click a country to see all the variables per country .

yun, ilhong, American Society of Criminology, 2009-10-26
Confucianism serves as the origin of reintegrative shaming
as well as low crime rates in East Asia, including Japan.
It also shows how Confucianism relates to
communitarianism, interdependence, and social dynamics that affect crime rates.
Finally, it suggests a strong moral education, both formal and informal,
as a potential way to decrease high crime rates in the United States.