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Monster Slayer and Born for Water: The Intersection of Restorative and Indigenous Justice

Zion, James W
June 4, 2015

Source: (1999) Contemporary Justice Review. 2(4): 359.

Describes the intersection of restorative and indigenous justice by defining indigenous approaches to justice and comparing them to restorative justice in the context of the liberal state.


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