First Year Tutor
Academic Staff, SOAS China Institute
- Dr Grace (Yu) Mou
- Email address:
- +44 (0)20 7898 4277
- Paul Webley Wing (Senate House)
- Office No:
- Academic Support Hours:
- Monday 11:30 - 12:30 & Friday 11:30 - 12:30
Prior to joining SOAS, Grace taught at the University of Warwick and the University of Hull.
Grace’s research interests lie primarily in Asian criminal justice, comparative criminal procedure, and socio-legal studies, especially in the country of China. Her research examines the on-going criminal justice reform in China, which is set within a broad range of contexts -- of political, occupational and legal cultures -- from the value of deference to authority, hierarchical structures, retribution and deterrence, to the integration of these into the state apparatus which determine the way state power is exercised. Her research seeks to provide a rich description of the criminal process in action, and stimulate debate of the difficult legal issues concerning the way China deals with matters relating to criminal justice and human rights.
Criminal law; criminology; comparative criminal justice; criminal evidence; Chinese law; Chinese criminal justice; Asian legal systems; and socio-legal studies.
Mou, Yu (2017) 'Overseeing Criminal Justice: The Supervisory Role of the Public Prosecution Service in China'. Journal of Law and Society, (44) 4, pp 620-645.
Mou, Yu (2017) 'The Constructed Truth: The Making of Police Dossiers in China'. Social & Legal Studies, (26) 1, pp 69-88.
Mou, Yu (2015) 'Conducting Participant Observation Inside the Prosecutor's Office: Understanding the Dossier-Based Chinese Criminal Justice System'. SAGE Research Methods Cases.
Hodgson, Jacqueline and Mou, Yu (2018) 'Empirical Approaches to Criminal Procedure'. Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Forthcoming]
Mou, Yu (2015) 'Beyond Legitimate Grounds: External Influences and the
Discretionary Power not to Prosecute in the People's Republic of China'. In: Caiaoniello, Michele and Hodgson, Jacqueline, (eds.), Discretionary Criminal justice in a Comparative Context. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, pp 115-139.
This list was last generated on Friday, 21st September 2018, 22:46 Europe/London.