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Restorative Justice

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ISBN13: 9780754621478
ISBN: 0754621472
Published: April 2002
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



This volume is the outcome of a conference conducted in 1999 by the Restorative Justice Group in the Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University. The contributions manifest the considerable ferment and innovation around attempts to crystallize a restorative philosophy. They also manifests a distinct history of philosophy being shaped by practices that ordinary citizens find remarkably appealing. As a consequence the philosophy now struggles to keep up with the pace of bottom-up innovation.

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Contents:
Restorative justice - courts and civil society, the Hon. Sir Anthony Mason; reforming criminal justice - the potential of restorative justice, Allison Morris and Warren Young; revisiting the relationship between retributive and restorative justice, Kathleen Daly; empowerment and retribution in criminal justice, Charles Barton; restorative justice - retribution, confession and shame, Seumas Miller and John Blackler; restorative justice and re-offending, Gabrielle Maxwell and Allison Morris; young women offenders and the challenge for restorative justice, Christine Adler; values and restorative justice in schools, Valerie Braithwaite; republicanism and restorative justice - an explanatory and normative connection, Philip Pettit and John Braithwaite; restorative justice and the republican theory of criminal justice - an exercise in normative theorizing on restorative justice, Lode Walgrave; decolonising restoration and justice in transitional cultures, Mark Findlay; connecting philosophy and practice, John Braithwaite and Heather Strong.