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A restorative justice reader.

Johnstone, Gerry
June 4, 2015

Source: (2013) Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY : Routledge.

Contents include: A new paradism arises / Ross London —
The meaning of restorative justice / Gerry Johnstone and Daniel W. Van Ness —
Retributive justice, restorative justice / Howard Zehr —
Conflicts as property / Nils Christie —
Restitution : a new paradigm of criminal justice / Randy E. Barnett —
Restorative justice and a better future / John Braithwaite —
The Kitchener experiment / Dean E. Peachey —
Encounter / Daniel W. Van Ness and Karen Keetderks Strong —
The future of mediation / Robert A. Baruch Bush and Joseph G. Folger —
Strategy for community conferences : emotions and social bonds / Suzanne M. Retzinger and Thomas J. Scheff —
Peacemaking circles / Kay Pranis —
Navajo restorative justice : the law of equality and justice / Robert Yazzie and James W. Zion —
Restorative justice and prisons / Kimmett Edgar and Tim Newell —
Restorative justice and police-led cautioning / David O’Mahony and Jonathan Doak —
Restorative justice, gendered violence, and indigenous women / Julie Stubbs —
Responding to hate crimes through restorative justice dialogue / Robert B. Coates, Mark S. Umbreit and Betty Vos —
Restorative justice and reparations / Margaret Urban Walker —
Returning to the teachings / Rupert Ross —
Needs-based justice as restorative / Dennis Sullivan and Larry Tifft —
Seeking socio-ethical grounds for restorative justice / Lode Walgrave —
Restorative justice and the philosophical theories of criminal punishment / Conrad G. Brunk —
Evaluation and restorative justice principles / Howard Zehr —
Does restorative justice work? / John Braithwaite —
Restorative justice : the evidence / Lawrence W. Sherman and Heather Strang —
Reducing recidivism : a task for restorative justice? / Gwen Robinson and Joanna Shapland —
Repair or revenge? / Heather Strang —
Restorative justice : the real story / Kathleen Daly —
Responsibilities, rights and restorative justice / Andrew Ashworth —
The virtues of restorative processes, the vices of “restorative justice” / Paul H. Robinson —
Some sociological reflections on restorative justice / Anthony Bottoms —
Justice anew? / George Pavlich —
The seductive vision of restorative justice / Annalise Acorn


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