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Restorative Justice in Context

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ISBN13: 9781903240731
ISBN: 1903240735
Published: July 2005
Publisher: Willan Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: £70.00



This book brings together a selection of papers originally presented and discussed at the fourth international restorative justice conference held at the University of Tubingen. Its contributors include many of the leading authorities in the burgeoning field of restorative justice, and they provide a comprehensive review of international practice and directions and the context in which restorative justice practice is developing. The book moves beyond a focus on restorative justice for juveniles to a broader concern with the application of restorative justice in such areas as corporate crime, family violence and the application of restorative justice in cases of extreme violent crimes. The contexts examined are drawn from Europe, North America, Australia and Japan.

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Contents:
1. Multi-problem violent youth: a challenge for the restorative justice paradign (Raymond Corrado, Irwin M. Cohen and Candice Odgers) 2 Making Variation a Virtue: evaluating the potential and limits of restorative justice (Kathleen Daly) 3 New developments in restorative justice to handle family violence (Britta Bannenberg and Dieter Rossner) 4 Conflict resolution and peer mediation: a pilot programme in Munich secondary schools (Susanne Nothhafft) 5 How restorative justice is able to transcend the prison walls: a discussion of the project 'restorative detention' (Luc Robert and Tony Peters) 6 Victims of Severe Violence in Dialogue With the Offender: key principles, practices, outcomes, and implications (Mark Umbreit, William Bradshaw and Robert B. Coates) 7 Corporations, crime and restorative justice (Marianne Loschnig-Gspandl) 8 Restorative justice and corporate regulation (John Braithwaite) 9 Confession, apology, repentance, and settlement out-of-court in the Japanese criminal justice system - is Japan a model of 'restorative justice'? (Toshio Yoshida) 10 Legal rules and safeguards within Belgian mediation practices for juveniles (Els Dumortier) 11 Reoffending after victim-offender mediation in juvenile court proceedings (Dieter Dolling and Arthur Hartmann) 12 Captains of restorative justice: experience, legitimacy and recidivism by type of offence (Lawrence W. Sherman and Heather Strang, together with Daniel Woods) 13 Ways of knowing for a restorative worldview (Barb Toews Shenk and Howard Zehr) 14 Within or outside the system? Restorative justice attempts and the danger of cooptation (Thomas Trenczek) 15 Zero tolerance criminal policy and restorative justice: a hidden link? (Peter Lindstrom) 16 Problem oriented policing in the context of restorative justice (Elmar G. M. Weltekamp, Hans-Jurgen Kerner and Ulrike Meier) Index