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Two Useful Models for Implementing Restorative Justice

Claassen, Ron
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) ACResolution. Summer. 3(4): 34-35. Downloaded 12 January 2005.

I came into this field after being a teacher of mathematics. Patterns and models are important to me. When reading Getting Disputes Resolved by Ury, Brett, and Goldberg, I was stimulated to search for a pictorial model to represent power, rights, and interests. What emerged was the Four
Options Model. (extract)


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