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Comparing the Implementation of Restorative Justice in Various Countries: Purpose, Potential and Caveats

Lemonne, Anne
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) British Journal of Community Justice. 6(2):43-54.

The aim of this contribution is to deal with the purposes, benefits and caveats of comparative studies in the field of restorative justice. This consideration is of first importance since more and more international conferences, seminars and ‘fora’ are dealing with the issue of comparison. (author’s abstract)


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