Source: (2011) Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. 36:91-139.
This Article draws its conclusions from available evaluation research on restorative justice practices. However, to understand thoroughly the scope of this research, two preliminary comments must set the scene–the socio-ethical foundation of restorative justice and its lack of a clear definition. (author’s abstract)
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