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“Reaching Toward a Structurally Responsive Training and Practice of Restorative Justice.”

Dyck, David
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) Contemporary Justice Review. 3(3): 239.

Examines the critique that proponents of restorative justice fail to address the structural dimensions of criminal conflict. Examples of the shortcomings of the practice of restorative justice; Possibility for restorative justice practitioners to design approaches to intervention which reflect a structural consciousness; Problem with existing restorative justice practice.


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