Source: (1992) In: L. Atkinson and S.-A. Gerull (eds.), National Conference on Juvenile Justice. Conference Proceedings No. 22, Canberra, AUS: Australian Institute of Criminology, pp. 203-220.
Paper presented to the Adelaide conference at which similarities and differences between New Zealand and Australian reforms were first publicly debated. Differences in both the conferencing process itself and the broader models within which it operates are identified.
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