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Supporting Young Offenders Through Restorative Justice: Parents as (In)Appropriate Adults

Hoyle, Carolyn
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) British Journal of Community Justice Vol 6.

Set within the wider context of responsibilising youth justice policies, this article heeds academic calls for further research into parent/child dynamics within restorative justice processes (Prichard, 2002; Bradt et al., 2007), by critically analysing and evaluating the role of parents as supporters of young offenders.


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