- Johnstone, Gerry
- Van Ness, Daniel W., 1949-
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- Includes bibliographies and index.
- Introduction Part 1 The idea of restorative justice 1 The meaning of restorative justice, by Daniel W. Van Ness (Prison Fellowship International) and Gerry Johnstone (University of Hull) 2 The idea of reparation, by Susan Sharpe 3 Engagement and empowerment, by Howard Zehr and Jennifer Larson Sawin (Eastern Mennonite University) 4 Restorative values by Kay Pranis 5 Retributive and restorative justice, by Declan Roche (London School of Economics) 6 Alternative Versions of restorative justice, by Martin Wright and Margarita Zernova 7 The international development of restorative justice, by David Miers (Cardiff University) Part 2 Roots of restorative justice 8 Reviving restorative justice traditions, by Chris Cunneen (Institute of Criminology, Sydney) 9 Retribution and restoration in religious doctrine, by Christopher D. Marshall 10 Feminist perspectives, by Katherine Daly (Griffiths University) 11 The role of the victim in restorative justice, by Simon Green (University of Hull) Part 3 Restorative processes, outcomes, stakeholders 12 Restorative processes, by Barbara Raye (Center for Policy, Planning and Performance) and Annie Warner Roberts (University of Minnesota) 13 Restorative dialogue, by Mark Umbreit (University of Minnesota) 14 Satisfying needs and interests of stakeholders, by Mara Schiff (Florida Atlantic University) Part 4 Restorative Justice in social context 15 What can victims reasonably expect of state-sponsored restorative justice? Chris Bennet (University of Sheffield) 16 Restorative justice in Juvenile and criminal courts, by James Dignan (University of Sheffield) 17 Restorative Justice and Policing, by Carolyn Hoyle (University of Oxford) 18 Restorative justice and prisons, by Daniel W. Van Ness (Prison Fellowship International) 19 Truth and Reconciliation Commissions: restorative justice in response to genocide and mass violence, Jennifer Llewellyn (Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia) 20 Schools and workplaces, by Brenda Morr.
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