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Evaluating Victims Experiences in Restorative Justice

Pemberton, Antony
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) British Journal of Community Justice, 6 (2), 98-119.

This article is an attempt to contribute to the further understanding of the effects of restorative justice conferencing on victims. Taking Strang and Sherman’s research as a starting point, it discusses various issues relating to research and theory of victims within restorative justice. (author’s abstract)


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