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Peacemaking Criminology and Aboriginal Justice Initiatives as a Revitalization of Justice

Taraschi, Shruti Gola
June 4, 2015

Source: (1998) Contemporary Justice Review v.1: 103-121

In the past several decades, peacemaking criminology and aboriginal justice initiatives have emerged as effective sources of revitalization for criminology and aboriginal justice respectively. These movements have transformed the sense of justice in both of these spheres towards community. Not only are the two movements based in a common spiritual grounding that is transformative, but they also offer justice alternatives that have implications for every aspect of our lives.


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