Source: (1999) With an introduction by Joe Hudson and Burt Galaway. Monsey, New York: Criminal Justice Press.
This book addresses the theory, research, and practice of restorative justice in the United States, England and Wales, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Germany. Chapters are organized according to the following emphases: part 1 deals with the theory for restorative justice practice; part 2 deals with restorative justice practice among indigenous peoples; part 3 deals with particular issues relating to restorative justice practices; and part 4 deals with the application of restorative justice in particular programs. Contributors include a number of leading academics and practitioners in criminal justice, and restorative justice in particular.
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