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Monmouth American Chinese and Japanese Informal Social Control Mechanisms Paper

Monmouth University

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Compare and contrast American, Chinese and Japanese informal social control mechanisms. Respectively, what cultural values root these social control mechanisms? Point out the similarities and differences. Which nation, in your opinion, is more effective in prevention and control of the crime of your interest? If you were a citizen of that nation would you be comfortable with that kind of social control? Why or why not? If you were a Japanese or a Chinese citizen, how would you view the informal social controls in the USA? Why do you say so? 3 Pages, APA format, need by the end of 3/24

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Running head: SOCIAL CONTROL MECHANISMS IN CHINA, AMERICA AND JAPAN

Social Control Mechanisms in China, America and Japan
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SOCIAL CONTROL MECHANISMS IN CHINA, AMERICA AND JAPAN

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Social Control Mechanisms in China, America and Japan
Every nation has a distinct system of social control. However, the distinctions in the ways
of implementing these social controls greatly depend on the historical, cultural and political
systems embraced by the nation under consideration. While China, the United States and Japan
present with some similarities and differences in their systems of social control, the Japanese
framework is highly effective in fostering the control of crimes and criminal activities.
Cultural Values that Root the Social Control Mechanisms
A critical analysis of the three economies reveals the fact that while China and Japan sub
scribe to the cultural ideologies of eastern Asia, the United States upholds western cultures.
According to Jiang et al., (2014), China and Japan uphold the cultural perspectives aimed at
promoting communism as they are more group oriented. On the other hand, the researchers
expl...

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