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Case Summary and Description-Based Case Studies

  • Xiaoyu Yuan
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Part of the Springer Series on Asian Criminology and Criminal Justice Research book series (SSACCJR)

Abstract

This chapter consists of two sections. While the first section sketches the outline of the sample that was collected, the second section provides in-depth information regarding the facts and details of each case that was collected.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xiaoyu Yuan
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  1. 1.School of Criminal JusticeShanghai University of Political Science and LawShanghaiChina

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