Source: (2008) Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in Social Justice. Prescott College.
An ethnographic case study of a classroom for children with behavioral disorders was conducted in order to explore the question: in what ways does restorative justice empower students to respect each other’s physical and emotional well-being? Results demonstrate that when restorative justice frames the response when harm is done, students learn to repair relationships. (author’s abstract)
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