Source: (1994) Context. No. 38: 11-14
Discusses the relationships between healthy communities and their healing approaches to justice. This article calls for providing those who make mistakes to have an opportunity and an incentive to make amends and to be reaccepted. Also included in this special edition are article exerts from Daniel Van Ness and Walter Dickey on restorative justice; readings on inner-city crime prevention programs that work by Anne Sulton, M. Isolina Ferre, Lois Arkin, Ron Cowart, Robert Harris and Lupe Loena; on Japanese justice by John O. Haley, corporate crime by John S. Adams, open prisons in India by Jim Merkel; and stopping crime at its roots by Robert Gilman.
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