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As part of the 2019 Conversations series, Narration and Re-narration as Regulation, Dr Mai Sato introduced her documentary on public and political narratives on the death penalty in Japan during the Conversations session on “Narration and re-narration through multiple genres and creative media”.
Following the success of the Conversation series, Mai joined Dr Will Grant and Dr Rod Lamberts hosts of The Wholesome Show for a live podcast at the ANU China and the World library on Friday 4 October.
During the podcast, Mai talked about her research, Hakamada Iwao, the Guinness world record holder of the longest-held inmate on death row, Japanese public’s stance on the death penalty in Japan, and some of the reasons for which the Japanese government hold back from abolition.
The Wholeshome show is sponsored by the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science.