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Entries and Endings: Victims’ Journeys with Justice

Daly, Kathleen
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Victims and Mediation.

I explore a complex set of relationships between the initial distress caused by crime, what I term the real offence (a more precise set of categories that depict the offence), and victim recovery and lingering emotional concerns a year later. I identify three types of victim journeys: an easy journey, a change journey, and a difficult journey. I will draw from research on victims in a restorative justice process, but I suspect that this journey typology has wider applicability. (author’s abstract)


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