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A Restorative Approach to Family Violence: Changing Tack (eBook)

Edited by: Anne Hayden, Loraine Gelsthorpe, Venezia Kingi, Allison Morris

ISBN13: 9781472412324
Published: June 2014
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
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This volume provides an essential update on current thinking, practice and research into the use of restorative justice in the area of family violence. It contains contemporary empirical, theoretical and practical perspectives on the use of restorative justice for intimate partner and family violence, including sexual violence and elder abuse. Whilst raising issues relating to the implications of reporting, it provides a fresh look at victims' issues as well as providing accounts of those who have participated in restorative justice processes and who have been victims of abusive relationships.

Contributions are included from a wide range of perspectives to provide a balanced approach that is not simply polemic or advocating. Rather, the book genuinely raises the issue for debate, with the advantage of bringing into the open new research which has not been widely published previously. Given its unique experience in the development of restorative justice, the book includes empirical studies relating to New Zealand, contextualized within the global situation by the inclusion of perspectives on practices in the UK, Australia and North America.This book will be key reading for people who work with violent offending of a family nature as well as for those who are interested in the study of family violence.

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Part I Setting the Scene: Living with intimate partner violence: Heeni's story, Heeni Rongo in collaboration with Naida Glavish and Ann Hayden
Family violence and the courts, David Mather.

Part II Violence in the Home: Understanding the prevalence of violence against women in New Zealand: implications for restorative justice, Janet Fanslow
Ma matou ma tatau - working together to change young lives: where to next with child protection in New Zealand?, Paul Nixon
Elder abuse and neglect, Judith Davey
Violent girls: a casualty of family violence. 'She hits me first then I hit her back. Can't let your mama hit you like that', Donna Swift.

Part III The Practice of Restorative Justice in Family Violence: a Case Study: Titiro whakamuri - looking back: titiro whakamu - looking forward, Maxine Rennie
Changing lives through restorative justice, a judicial perspective, Chris McGuire
Restoring the balance: restorative justice and intimate partner violence, Ken McMaster.

Part IV Recognizing Culture in Restorative Responses to Family Violence: The promise and the possibilities of restorative justice as a way of addressing intimate partner violence in England and wales, Loraine Gelsthorpe
Restorative practice with family violence, Julia Hennessy, Mike Hinton and Natalia Taurima
A Pacific perspective on restorative justice: the power of saying 'Sorry', Marie Ropeti.

Part V Restorative Justice and Family Violence Research Findings: The use of restorative justice in family violence: the New Zealand experience, Venezia King
Perpetrators' and victims' views of restorative justice and intimate partner violence, Anne Hayden
Taking a fresh look: fathers and family violence, Gale Burford and Joan Pennell
Sibling sexual abuse: offending patterns and dynamics in conferences, Kathleen Daly and Dannielle Wade.

Part VI Challenges and Opportunities: Gendered violence and restorative justice, Julie Stubbs
Reflections of family violence and restorative justice: addressing the critique, Anne Hayden
A restorative approach to family violence: changing tack - concluding thoughts, Heather Strang