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Repair or revenge?
victims and restorative justice
Author: Strang, Heather
2004
Format: Book
An analysis of the role of the victim in restorative justice - from the victims's perspective. The research is mainly based on the The Reintegrative Shaming Experiments used in Canberra, comparing court and restorative justice alternatives
Victimology Restorative justice Criminal justice system Offenders Victims' role in the criminal justice system Revenge
Table of contents
1. The victim in criminal justice
2. Victims of crime and the victim movement
3. The theory and practice of restorative justice
4. The reintegrative shaming experiments, research design and methodology
5. The lived experience of victims
6. Victim satisfaction with restorative justice alternative
7. Victims and offenders, a relational analysis - Heather Strang and Daniel J. Woods
8. Repair or revenge?
Published: Oxford University Press UK; Oxford, United Kingdom
Shelf Number: Re19
Acquisiton Number: 2528
ISBN: 0199274290

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1800 842 846

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