Articles by David T. Johnson« Back to list
David T. Johnson is Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawaii. He co-authored The Next Frontier: National Development, Political Change, and the Death Penalty in Asia (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009) with Franklin Zimring.
Will Wrongful Convictions Be a Catalyst for Change in Japanese Criminal Justice?
An Innocent Man: Hakamada Iwao and the Problem of Wrongful Convictions in Japan
Wrongful Convictions and the Culture of Denial in Japanese Criminal Justice
Killing Asahara: What Japan Can Learn about Victims and Capital Punishment from the Execution of an American Terrorist
Covering Capital Punishment: Murder Trials and the Media in Japan−−
War in a Season of Slow Revolution: Defense Lawyers and Lay Judges in Japanese Criminal Justice−−
Chinese Executions and the Japanese Dog That Did Not Bark
Death Penalty Lessons from Asia
Early Returns from Japan’s New Criminal Trials
Capital Punishment without Capital Trials in Japan's Lay Judge System