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There are many resources that discuss restorative justice in different quarters and domains. In the articles Punishing Juveniles: Principles and Critique, multiple authors give their perspectives on restorative justiceâ€™s place in juvenile courts. Community Justice explores the differences between certain communities and what that means for restorative approaches to crime within a community. In books like the Cambridge Handbook of Australian Criminology, Informal Criminal Justice, The Politics of Informal Justice, and Conferencing, Circles, and Restorative Practices, the authors research international developments of restorative justice in other parts of the world.
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