Source: (1994) In: K. Oxenberry, K. Rigby and P. Slee (eds.), Children’s Peer Relations. Addeley: University of South Australia.
In: K. Oxenberry, K. Rigby and P. Slee (eds.), Children’s Peer Relations. Addeley: University of South Australia.
The original version of a paper proposing the use of conferencing in schools, following the apparent success of conferencing in juvenile justice reforms in Wagga Wagga. The paper addresses the anticipated concerns of educationalists, particularly concerns about the role of emotionality in ceremonies of “reintegrative shaming”.
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