Source: (2013) Los Angeles: Sage.
Restorative justice today: Practical applications, as the title suggests, provides descriptions of specific programming. The book is divided into five sections: Overview, Prevention Programs and Community Practice, Pretrial: Before or After Arrest — Diversion Programs; In Correctional and Reentry Programs; and Community Restoration and Reparation. Within each section, each contribution contains two critical thinking questions at the end. Seven of the chapters contain boxed readings placed by the editors to provide a more personal or contextual dimension to the text. (excerpt)
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