Biography

Dr Mai Sato works as Lecturer at the University of Reading in the School of Law. She is also a Research Associate at the Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford, and Research Felllow at the Institute for Criminal Policy Research, Birkbeck, University of London. 

For Mai’s profile and publications, see  https://www.reading.ac.uk/law/about/staff/m-sato.aspx

 

Publications

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  • M Sato and H Kury, 'Bewährungshilfe - Die Rolle der Freiwilligen Ein Vergleich zwischen Deutchland und Japan' in (ed), Kriminologie - Kriminalpolitik - Strafrecht (Mohr Siebeck 2014)
    ISBN: 978-3-16-152216-1
  • M Sato, The Death Penalty in Japan: Will the public tolerate abolition? (Springer 2014)
  • M Sato, 'Trust in justice: testing procedural justice theory in Japan and UK' (2014) 33 Kyosei Koza (Correctional Journal) 27
  • M Sato, 'What role for nuclear power in Japan after Fukushima? A human security perspective' in P Bacon, C Hobson (ed), Human Security and Japan's Triple Disaster (Routledge 2014)
    ISBN: 978-1-138-01313-1
  • M Sato, 'Challenging the Japanese Government's Approach to the Death Penalty' in R Hood, S Deva (ed), Confronting Capital Punishment in Asia: Human Rights, Politics, Public Opinion and Practises (Oxford University Press 2013)
  • M Sato and H Kury, 'Volunteers in the probation service: a comparison between Germany and Japan' in I Durnescu, F McNeil (ed), Understanding Penal Practice (Routledge 2013)
  • M Sato, 'Auf dem Prüfstein: Die Umgangsweise der japanischen Regierung mit der Todesstrafe' (2012) 95 Monatsschrift für Kriminologie 363
  • M Sato and M Hough, Introduction (Helsinki: European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, HEUNI 2011)
  • M Sato and A Fukui, 'Shikei wo meguru ?yoron? to ?yoron?: shingigata ishikichosa no kekka kara (?Public opinion? to ?public judgement?: findings from the deliberative consultation on the death penalty)' in M Kimura, T Honjo (ed), Shikei to mukiau saiban-in no tameni (Lay-judges and the death penalty) (Gendai Jinbunsha 2011)
  • M Sato, T Ellis and C Lewis, 'The Japanese Probation Service: a third sector template?' (2011) 58 Probation Journal 333
  • M Sato and M Hough, Why measure trust in justice? (Helsinki: European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, HEUNI 2011)
  • M Sato, 'Saibanin wa shikei hanketsu wo tekisetsu ni okonaeruka? Shikei ni taisuru taido to chishiki (Can lay-judges make decisions on death penalty cases? Public attitudes and knowledge)' (2010) 62 Kikan Keiji Bengo (Quarterly Keiji Bengo) 121
  • M Sato, 'Public opinion and the death penalty in Japan' (2008) 4 Occasional Papers Series
  • M Sato, 'Saiban-in Seido ? Kokumin Sanka wa Ikani Arubekika (Saibanin Sytem ? Participation of the Public)' (2007) Tsumito Batsu (Crime and Punishment), Japan Criminal Policy Society
  • M Sato, 'Shihou Rippou ha Yoron to Donoyouni Mukiau Bekika (Public Opinion: the Judiciary and the Legislature)' (2007) 152 Hanzai ro Hikou (Journal of Crime and Delinquency) 156

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