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Restorative Justice: A Passing Trend or a Fundemental Change in the Public Response to Crime

Gabbay, Zvi
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) thesis.School of Law. Columbia University

This thesis argues that restorative justice practices are compatible with dominant punishment theories and can improve the public response to crime, but only if they are held accountable and applied in the appropriate cases.


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