Source: (1997) VOMA Quarterly 8 (Fall): 9-11.
The authors of this article report on their research into issues relating to two victim-offender mediation programs in Great Britain. Specific issues addressed by their research include victim and offender satisfaction with the mediation process and outcomes, perceptions of fairness, and victim fear of re-victimization. After sketching the nature and method of their research, they summarize key conclusions from the research data.
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