Source: (2001) Real Justice Forum #10: 1-2.
This article summarizes research data regarding the results of processes like conferencing in response to an offense. The argument of the researchers is that processes where all stakeholders participate are more restorative than processes where fewer stakeholders participate. Information is presented on the researchersâ€™ typology of restorative justice practices, data collection, and results of the research.
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