Source: (1998) Criminal Justice Ethics 17(2).
Argues that a justification for punishment should take account of victimsâ€™ concerns as well as those of the wrongdoer and community. Overview of traditional theories; Details on the naturalistic approach; Communication of the victimâ€™s and communityâ€™s retributive sentiments.
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