NobuhitoYoshinaka

Last Updated :2019/10/01

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Social Sciences, ., Professor
E-mail
yuiyuihiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 1996/04/01, Hiroshima University, Research Assistant
  • 1997/04/01, Hiroshima University, School of law, Associate professor
  • 2004/04/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Associate professor
  • 2004/10/01, The University of Auckland, Faculty of Law, Visiting Professor
  • 2006/04/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Professor
  • 2016/09/17, China University of Politics and Law, Faculty of Law, Visiting Professor
  • 2017/12/19, Dalian University, Faculty of Law, Visiting Professor
  • 2018/04/01, The Open University of Japan, Hiroshima Learning Centre, Visiting Professor
  • 2018/09/25, China University of Politics and Law, The National Institute of Legal Aid, Adjunct Professor
  • 2019/03/14, The University of Parma, School of Law, Visiting Professor

Educational Backgrounds

  • Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School, Division of Law, Japan, 1993/04, 1996/03

Academic Degrees

  • Master of Law, Shimane University

Research Keywords

  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Law
  • Juvenile
  • Justice
  • Criminal
  • probation
  • Juvenile
  • International

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Research Tutorial IB
  2. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Research Tutorial IIB
  3. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Special Provisions of Criminal Law
  4. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Semminar 4
  5. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Criminal Policy
  6. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Community Safety Policy
  7. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Youth Law
  8. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Seminar 1
  9. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Seminar 2
  10. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Seminar 3
  11. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Seminar 4
  12. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, International Criminal Policy
  13. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Criminal Law in Medicine
  14. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, The Medical Legal System
  15. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 2Term, Law and Politics in Special Seminar Ⅰ
  16. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 4Term, Law and Politics in Special Seminar Ⅱ
  17. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 2Term, Law and Politics in Special Seminar Ⅲ
  18. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 4Term, Law and Politics in Special Seminar Ⅳ
  19. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 2Term, Law and Politics in Special Seminar Ⅴ
  20. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , 4Term, Law and Politics in Special Seminar Ⅵ
  21. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Research II
  22. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Research IV
  23. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, International Criminal Policy Seminar
  24. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Special Research I
  25. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Special Research III
  26. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Law and GLobal Policy

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. French Probation System for Juveniles -An Introduction to the formes of probation (1)-, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Sciences, 19(1), 81, 19940401
  2. French Probation System for Juveniles -An Introduction to the formes of probation (2)-, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Sciences, 19(2), 67, 19940401
  3. French Probation System for Juveniles -An Introduction to the formes of probation (3)-, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Sciences, 20(1), 55, 19950401
  4. The Juvenile Justice System in France, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 20(1), 55, 19960401
  5. A comparatiue study of the juvenile justice system of France -Common Law Countries Perspectives, The Hitotsubashi Review, 116(1), 142, 19960401
  6. Eine Kleine Reflexion ueber die Erziehungsbeistandschaft, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Sciences, 20(4), 143, 19960401
  7. A Theory of Juvenile Probation, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 20(3), 143, 19970401
  8. Historical Analysis of the Juvenile Justice System in Japan, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 20(3), 302, 19970401
  9. The Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the Adult Criminal Cases -In Which the Adults Are in Complicity with Juveniles, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 20(4), 183, 19970401
  10. The Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the Juvenile Criminal Cases -Which Are Provided for at s37(1) of the Juvenile Law of 1949, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 21(1), 141, 19970401
  11. Juvenile Delinguency and Juvenile Law, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 21(4), 369, 19980401
  12. On the Duty Prosecution System of the Juvenile Law of 1949, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 22(1), 133, 19980401
  13. New Legislation against"Organizational Crime"in Japan, CAHIERS DE DEFENSE SOCIALE, 45, 19990401
  14. Law on Regulating Human Cloning Techniques in Japan, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 26(3), 20030101
  15. Crime Prevention in Japan: The Significance, Scope, and Limits of EnvironmentalCriminology, The Hiroshima Law Journal, 30(2), 23-40, 20061001
  16. Recent changes in youth justice in Japan, The Hiroshima law journal, 33(4), 90-85, 201003
  17. Prof. Deborah J. Weimer, "Medical treatment of children with HIV and the need for supportive intervention: the challenges for medical providers, families, and the state", The Hiroshima law journal, 34(2), 64-56, 201010
  18. Treatment of Juveniles : protective measures and the system of dealing with criminal cases against juveniles, 55(4)
  19. Therapeutic jurisprudence: implications for judging (1), The Hiroshima law journal, 31(2), 210-199, 200710
  20. Translation: Therapeutic jurisprudence: implications for judging (2), The Hiroshima law journal, 31(4), 282-271, 200803
  21. Restorative justice : Some reflections on contemporary theory and practice (2), The Hiroshima law journal, 29(2), 284-275, 200512
  22. Restorative justice : Some reflections on contemporary theory and practice (3), The Hiroshima law journal, 29(3), 90-78, 200601
  23. Restorative justice : Some reflections on contemporary theory and practice (4), The Hiroshima law journal, 29(4), 204-192, 200603
  24. Criminal System and Nature of Collaboration, Commemorative Collection of Papers for Prof. Yoshihiro Hidaka's Age Seventy, 1, 409-433, 20181115

Publications such as books

  1. 2017/04/28, Introduction to Juvenile Criminal Law, Keisui Sha, 2017, 日本語, ISBN978-4-86327-407-5

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. A Study of the Juvenile Justice System in China from a Japanese Perspective, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, The 6th World Forum on China Studies, 2015/11/21, With Invitation, State Cuncil Information Office, Shanghai Municipal People's Govermnent, Shanghai International Convention Center, From the late 1990s onward, many countries have enacted new juvenile justice laws in response to public outrage over youth violence. Consistent with this global trend, China has enacted the Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Protection of Minors in 1991 and the Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Prevention of Juvenile Crime in 1999. The public reaction of anger against youth crime in Japan and other countries has resulted in an increasingly punitive approach and a greater emphasis on protecting both society and the victims of youth crime. For example, since the 1997 ‘Child A’ case in Japan (in which an 11year-old boy was beheaded by a 14 year-old boy in Kobe), the Juvenile Law 1949 was amended four times (in 2000, 2007, 2008 and 2014). In addition to the need to protect society, both China and Japan have recognised the importance of protecting the human rights of children in juvenile justice proceedings and juvenile institutions. In China, a 2012 amendment incorporated a new chapter on the protection of the rights of juveniles in the fifth part of the Criminal Procedure Law 1997. In Japan, the former Juvenile Training School Law was abrogated in 2014, and new safeguards were integrated into the Juvenile Training Schools Act and the Juvenile Classification Homes Act. Despite the recent trend of legislative reforms, there is an essential difference between the two justice systems. In terms of the systemic structure, the Chinese system follows a European model, whereas the Japanese system has followed an American model since the enactment of the Juvenile Law 1922. This presentation will analyse some characteristics of the current juvenile justice system adopted in China from a Japanese perspective.
  2. An Overview of Japan's Criminal Justice System, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, GIURISPRUDENZA E LEGALITÀ NEL DIRITTO PENALE GIAPPONESE, 2014/10/07, With Invitation, Faculty of Law, University of Parma, Parma, The Japanses criminal justice system was examined and the relationships between the leagality principle and judgements were discussed.
  3. The Status quo and Challenges of Corrupt Crimes in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, The Status quo and Challenges of Corrupt Crimes in Japan, 2016/04/19, With Invitation, East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, Current situation of corrupt crimes and the legal system thereof were examined and the problems concerned were discussed.
  4. The Status quo and Challenges of Criminal Legislation in Risk Society, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, The Development of Modern Criminal Law and Legal Education in Japan, 2016/04/25, With Invitation, Nanjing Audit University, Nanjing, Problems of criminal law legislation in risk society were examined and discussed.
  5. How can we judge international terrorism ? - A perspective of international criminal law, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, How can we judge international terrorism ? - A perspective of international criminal law, 2015/11/25, With Invitation, ChinaUniversity of Political Science and Law, Beijing, The ways of dealing with internationa terrorism were examined and the challenges thereof were discussed.
  6. Criminal Justice and Youth Justice in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, Criminal Justice and Youth Justice in Japan, 2015/11/24, With Invitation, Shandong University, Jinan, The criminal and youth justice system in Japan was examined and the problems concerned were discussed.
  7. The Status quo and Challenges of Economic Crimes Related to Internet in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, The Status quo and Challenges of Economic Crimes Related to Internet in Japan, 2016/04/27, With Invitation, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai, The status quo and challenges of economic crimes related to internet in Japan were examined and the problems concerned were discussed.
  8. The Extradition of Offenders and the Transfer of sentenced Persons in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, The Extradition of Offenders and the Transfer of sentenced Persons in Japan, 2012/03/15, With Invitation, Shanghai Xuhui District People's Court, Shanghai, The extradition of offenders and the transfer of sentenced persons in Japan were examined and the problems concerned were discussed.
  9. Modern Society and Crime Prevention Activities in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, Asian Criminological Society 8th Annual Confrence, 2016/06/18, With Invitation
  10. The Juvenile Justice System in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, The Reserach Meeting on Youth Problems in Dalian, 2016/09/28, With Invitation, Faculty of Law,Dalian University, Dalian
  11. On Victims and legal interets in Criminal Law, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2016/05/13, With Invitation, Iwakuni Prison, Iwakuni City
  12. Criminal Justice System in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2016/09/17, With Invitation, China University of Politics and Law, Beijing
  13. Victim and Legal Interests in Criminal Law, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2017/05/12, With Invitation, Iwakuni Prison, Iwakuni, Situation in crime victim and an idea of legal interests to be protected by criminal law were examined so that prisoners should realize the importance of law-abiding conscience.
  14. Recent Changes in Criminal Procedure in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2017/06/06, Without Invitation, George Mousourakis, Ritsumeikan University, Recent changes in Japnan's criminal justice were observed and discussed.
  15. On the Amendment of Juvenile law in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2017/09/28, With Invitation, People's Public Security University of China, People's Public Security University of China, Recent changes in youth justice in Japan were introduced and explored in future direction.
  16. Criminal Justice System in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2017/09/15, With Invitation, China University of Politics and Law, China University of Politics and Law, This speech deals with the status quo of crimes, the substantive and procedural criminal law, prison and probation law, and juvenile law in the light of comparative and international criminal justice.
  17. Death Penalty in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, Current Situation and Trends in Death Penalty, 2018/09/15, With Invitation, The University of Dalian, Outline of the system of death penalty, current situation of excution, discourse of abolition, challenges, and so forth.
  18. Criminal Justice System in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2018/09/17, With Invitation, Cnina University of Politics and Law, Changping, This speech deals with the status quo of crimes, the substantive and procedural criminal law, prison and probation law, and juvenile law in the light of comparative and international criminal justice.
  19. Defense Council System in Japan, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, 2018/09/25, With Invitation, National Institute of Legal Aid, CUPL, China University of Politics and Law, Current situation and challenges about the defence council system in Japan.
  20. A few problems of dealing with transnational crimes from the viewpoint of international criminal law, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, East Asian Criminal Justice Forum: The Punishment and Prevention of Transnational Organized Crime, 2018/09/21, With Invitation, Renmin University of China, Beijing, Legal remedies against transnational crimes in the field of international criminal law. Especially extradition of fugitives was addressed.
  21. Crime Victim and Legal Interest, Nobuhito Yoshinaka, With Invitation, Iwakuni Prison, Iwakuni Prison, Situation in crime victim and an idea of legal interests to be protected by criminal law were examined so that prisoners should realize the importance of law-abiding conscience.