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Just emotions : rituals of restorative justice.

Rossner, Meredith
June 4, 2015

Source: (2013) Oxford : Oxford University Press.

Analyses how restorative justice conferences work as a unique form of justice ritual, with a pioneering new approach to the micro-level study of conferences and recommendations to improve the practice. It examines both failed and successful rituals, and provides a model of the ritual elements and how these may impact reoffending.(from WorldCat) Contents:
Introduction —
The promise of emotional transformation —
The ritual elements —
A micro analysis of restorative justice —
Preparing for powerful rituals —
Short-term outcomes in restorative justice —
Long-term consequences of successful interaction rituals.


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