Source: (2000) Contemporary Justice Review 3(1): 39ff. 6p.
Presents a thesis that the emancipation of theory and practice proceed together. Perception of a balanced and integrative approach compelling attention to both because the theories and practices of repressive, restorative and social justice already exist; Social realities of criminal justice and the realization that theories and practices of repressive, restorative and social justice already exist.
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