Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Part 1: Principles and Concepts Introduction How, and in what terms, should restorative justive be conceived? Gerry Johnstone How large should the restorative justice 'tent' be? Susan Sharpe By whom, and by what processes, is restorative justice defined, and what bias might this introduce? Val Napoleon Has restorative justice appropriately responded to retribution theory and impulses? Lode Walgrave Part 2: Stakeholder Issues Introduction Will restorative justice live up to its promise to victims? Mary Achilles Is restorative justice possible without a parallel system for victims? Susan Herman What is the relationship between victim service organisations and restorative justice? Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz Is restorative justice imposing its agenda on victims? Heather Strang Have offender needs and perspectives been adequately incorporated into restorative justice? Barb Toews and Jackie Katounas What is the appropriate relationship between restorative justice and treatment? Gordon Bazemore and Dee Bell What is the place of shame in restorative justice? Gabrielle Maxwell and Allison Morris What is the place of punishment and imprisonment in restorative justice? Russ Immarigeon What is the role of community in restorative justice theory and practice? Paul McCold What are the dangers as well as the promises of community involvement? George Pavlich Part 3: Government and Systems Introduction What is the role of the state in restorative justice programs? Vernon Jantzi How does restorative justice address human rights and due process issues? Ann Skelton and Cheryl Frank What are the implications of the growing state involvement in restorative justice? Carolyn Boyes-Watson What happens when restorative justice is encouraged, enabled and/or guided by legislation? Guy Masters Part 4: Practice and Practitioner Issues Introduction Is restorative justice tied to specific models of practice? Annie Warner Roberts How does the 'who, what, where and how' affect the practice of restorative justice? Wonsh How does restorative justice ensure good practice? Helen Bowen, Jim Boyack and Chris Marshall Are we practitioners, advocates practicing what we preach? Dave Dyck What is the role of professionals in restorative justice? Carsten Erbe Is restorative justice taking too few, or too many risks? David Gustafson How do culture, class and gender affect the practice of restorative justice? (Part 1) Morris Jenkins How do culture, class and gender affect the practice of restorative justice? (Part 2) Barbara Kaye Part 5: Indigenous and Religious Traditions Introduction What are the implications of restorative justice's use of indigenous traditions? Chris Cunneen What is the state's role in indigenous justice processes? Matt Hakiaha What is the appropriate role of spirituality in restorative justice? Mike Batley Part 6: Social Justice Introduction Does restorative justice challenge system injustices? Bonnie Price Lofton What are the implications of restorative justice for society and our lives? Dennis Sullivan and Larry Tifft Closing reflections Appendix: Critical issues in restorative justice [an outline of the critical questions that guided the design of this book]. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: In a mere quarter-century, restorative justice has grown from a few scattered experimental projects into a worldwide social movement and field of study. The contributors to this book critically examine restorative justice, identifying the main threats to its integrity and effectiveness. The ground that they cover ranges from victim, offender, and practitioner issues, to the role of the state, to broad questions of social justice.
About the Author: Howard Zehr is one of the founders of the restorative justice field, having directed the first victim offender reconciliation program (VORP) in the U.S. He is a Professor of Restorative Justice and co-director of the graduate Conflict Transformation Program at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) in Virginia. He is the author of the classic book "Changing Lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice," and editor of "The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding" series.
Barb Toews is a restorative justice practitioner, trainer and mediator, who was the founding director of a VORP in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She currently facilitates restorative justice programs in prisons through the Pennsylvania Prison Society, and she holds a masters degree in Conflict Transformation from EMU.
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Buchbeschreibung Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc. Paperback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, Critical Issues in Restorative Justice, Howard Zehr, Barb Toews, In a mere quarter-century, restorative justice has grown from a few scattered experimental projects into a worldwide social movement and field of study. The contributors to this book critically examine restorative justice, identifying the main threats to its integrity and effectiveness. The ground that they cover ranges from victim, offender, and practitioner issues, to the role of the state, to broad questions of social justice. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9781881798514