This book considers 'law on display' in Chinese courts. As the first sustained study of criminal trials, rallies, and campaigns in Chinese courts, it offers an account of how law and punishment is constructed and represented both in practice and in rhetoric.Court. Work. Then. and. Now. The guiding rationale of this book is that to understand the Chinese judicial system today we need to understand its ... to turn to the courts to see what Chinese courts present about themselves and how they do so.
|Title||:||Courts and Criminal Justice in Contemporary China|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2007|