Human Rights in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan

Human Rights in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan

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Ian Neary looks in detail at the history of the introduction of human rights ideas into Japan, South Korea and Taiwan and examines how, and to what effect, state and society have incorporated the specific international standards on childrens' and patients' rights into legal systems and social practice. This comprehensively researched, accessibly written book will be a valuable resource for students and scholars of Asian studies, human rights, sociology and politics.Human. rights. in. South. Korea. Although they have a great deal in common, at least to the eyes of western observers, Korean ... which interfered relatively little with the affairs of rural communities, the Choson dynasty court exercised direct control ... penal and public law was designed to regulate personal conduct as prescribed by public regulations (Yoon 1990: 17). ... In common with the pattern of the Choson period the bureaucracy charged with imposing this law spurned all popularanbsp;...

Title:Human Rights in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
Author: Ian Neary
Publisher:SUNY Press - 2004-01-14

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