Source: (2011) UK: Routledge.
Restorative Justice: Ideas, Values, Debates, provides a concise but informative introduction to the fundamental ideas of restorative justice and the many arguments surrounding the movement. Although not a detailed history or explanation of theory, the book offers an informative and clear look at the restorative justice movement, its opposing arguments, and its possibilities for the future. This second edition keeps the original text almost intact, with only some minor revisions, but with an additional chapter (chapter 9), which looks at developments in the campaign for restorative justice over the last decade. (Excerpt).
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