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More words on words.

Source: (2013) Restorative Justice: An International Journal. 1(1):23-30.My response to Christie’s words is ‘more words’, with these points. First, ‘conflicts’, as a term, does not sufficiently encompass all that occurs in human societ... READ MORE

Conventional and innovative justice responses to sexual violence.

Source: (2011) ACSSA Issues. No. 12. Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault.Despite 30 years of significant change to the way the criminal justice system responds to sexual violence, conviction rates have gone down in Australia, Canada... READ MORE

Girls, Peer Violence, and Restorative Justice.

Source: (2008) The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology. 41(1):109-137.Drawing on the South Australia Juvenile Justice (SAJJ) project dataset, this article analyses youth peer violence ('punch-ups') with a focus on girl-on-girl assaul... READ MORE

Restorative Justice and Youth Violence toward Parents

Source: (2009) New York: Oxford University Press.It is crucial to situate current debates on the appropriateness of restorative justice for partner, sexual, or family violence with a clear sense of what women like Carolyn face. Her son’s assault... READ MORE

Judicial Censure and Moral Communication to Youth Sex Offenders

Source: (2008) Justice Quarterly. Vol. 25, Issue 3:496-522.This paper analyzes the frequency and content of judicial censure and moral communication in the sentencing of youth sex offenders. Drawing on the sentencing remarks for 55 sexual violence... READ MORE

Youth Sex Offenders in Court: An Analysis of Judicial Sentencing Remarks

Source: (2007) Punishment and Society. Vol. 9, Issue 4:371-394This paper builds on an archival study of 385 sexual offence cases, which were disposed in court and by conference and formal caution, in South Australia from 1995 to 2001. Drawing on t... READ MORE