Historical-political approach to the study of comparative justice systems
Political culture and politicized justice form the basis for a better understanding of a comparative criminal justice system. Culture and political power structures that are present in a given country determines the behavior of the justice system in that country.
Use newspapers, magazines, or the Internet to find some examples of how a country borrowed an idea or way of operating criminal justice from another.
What are the advantages of using a historical-political approach to the study of comparative justice systems?
The advantages of using a historical-political approach to the study of comparative justice systems are noted.
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