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Restorative Justice: building a basic library

Carter, Rod
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) Kingston Ontario, Correctional Service of Canada

Rev. Carter has categorized a list of books on Restorative Justice (RJ) to aid interested parties in gaining knowledge of the different aspects of RJ. “It is subjective, although I have tried to list books that present alternate viewpoints. It’s not presented as what should be read on one’s way to becoming fully informed about restorative justice. Nor is it an official bibliography. Many of the books could have been placed in any of a few categories. The ultimate placement was mine. In part its aim is to inform those interestd about what’s available in the areas of crime and punishment and the area of restorative justice.” (excerpt)


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