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The place of restorative justice in society: making sense of developments in time and space

Pelikan, Christa
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) In Robert Mackay, Marko Bosnjak, Johann Deklerck, Christa Pelikan, Bas van Stokkom, and Martin Wright, ed., Images of Restorative Justice Theory. Frankfurt, Germany: Verlag fur Polizeiwissenschaft. Pp. 35-55.

“This contribution will present concepts of historical and sociological analysis that attempt to explain the reinvention of restorative justice in the more recent past. The point of departure is restorative justice as a mode of conflict regulation – and I will follow the journey of this mode of conflict regulation through historical time and cultural space.” (abstract)


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