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Question 1: How important is the concept of ‘shame’ in a culture, in preventing crime from occurring?

Question 2: From what you have read in this article and your own experience, how easy is the integration of migrants in Asian cultures? How will that impact crime?

Question 3: ‘Culture is a concept that stresses differences' and 'globalization' are two concepts that can be interpreted to clash. How would you apply these two clashing concepts to crime and delinquency in Asia?

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Answer: Karstedt establishes the fact that Asian countries such as Japan, China, and Korea have low crime rates as a comparison to the western countries because of their shame culture that is closely related to their family values and ethics. In Asian countries, families tend to be more shameful which is why these countries have comparatively lower crime 

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