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Restorative Justice Dialogue: A Multi-Dimensional, Evidence-Based Practice Theory

Vos, Betty
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) Contemporary Justice Review 10(1): Pp. 23-41.

“This article describes the underlying characteristics of authentic restorative justice dialogue, including specific indicators of its presence. The article provides assistance to practitioners and policymakers who seek to address issues of program development, evaluation, and measurement.” (excerpt)


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