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An Analysis of Interstate Migration in Mexico: Impact of Origin and Destination States on Migration Patterns
This paper examines two theories of interstate migration in Mexico as explanations of interstate migration patterns: (1) a comparative economic opportunity thesis and (2) economic segmentation (orExpand
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Race and the jury: Racial disenfranchisement and the search for justice.
Introduction to Race and the Jury: Race and the Jury. The Structural Approach to Racial Inequality in the Jury System and Jury Selection. Jury Selection Procedures. The Supreme Court and theExpand
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Where did Black Jurors Go? A Theoretical Synthesis of Racial Disenfranchisement in the Jury System and Jury Selection
The jury system evolved as an essential ingredient of America's judicial framework. In recent years, however, frailties of the jury system in respect to its lack of fairness for women, Blacks,Expand
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A Quota Jury: Affirmative Action in Jury Selection
  • H. Fukurai
  • Political Science, Psychology
  • 23 March 1997
It is not too naive to believe that the use of affirmative action policies in the jury selection for the Rodney King beating trial of White police officers would have prevented the uprisings thatExpand
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Negative Social Sanctions, Self-Rejection, and Drug Use
Negative social sanctions are reactions by others to the real or imagined behavior of an actor that, either by the intentions of the others or the perceptions of the actor, serve as punishmentsExpand
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Japanese Migration in Contemporary Japan: Economic Segmentation and Interprefectural Migration
  • H. Fukurai
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Social biology
  • 23 March 1991
This paper examines the economic segmentation model in explaining 1985-86 Japanese interregional migration. The analysis takes advantage of statistical graphic techniques to illustrate the followingExpand
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Affirmative Action in Jury Selection: Racially Representative Juries, Racial Quotas, and Affirmative Juries of the Hennepin Model and the Jury De Medietate Linguae
In July 1995, the University of California Board of Regents voted to end affirmative action based on race and gender in admissions, hiring, and contracting. Recently, the Equal Opportunity ActExpand
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Race in the Jury Box: Affirmative Action in Jury Selection
Race in the Jury Box focuses on the racially unrepresentative jury as one of the remaining barriers to racial equality and a recurring source of controversy in American life. Because members ofExpand
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A Step in the Right Direction for Japan's Judicial Reform: Impact of the Justice System Reform Council (JSCR) Recommendations on Criminal Justice and Citizen Participation in Criminal, Civil, and
The reintroduction of the citizen participation system in criminal proceedings represented one of the fundamental changes to Japan’s legal structures and status quo, and this article examines suchExpand
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