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  1. Crime, Punishment, and Restorative Justice

    Ross London

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2014

    Can restorative justice be applied to a full range of offenses? Ross London answers with an unequivocal "Yes."

    London proposes that, by focusing on the restoration of personal and social... read more »
  2. Family, Victims and Culture

    Gabrielle M. Maxwell, Allison Margaret Morris

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2010

    The concept of restorative justice was in its infancy when New Zealand introduced Family Group Conferences as a way of responding to young people who offend. This novel approach is now recognized... read more »
  3. Justice as Sanctuary

    Herman Bianchi

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2010

    While many in the criminal justice system would agree that the present punitive system of crime control is ineffective, unjust, and malevolent, there is little enthusiasm for talk about reforming... read more »
  4. Justice That Heals

    Arthur Paul Boers

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2008

    How do we deal with crime? It is inescapable. Since 1960, crime in the U.S. has increased 500% while the population has grown by only 41%. What is our responsibility to the victim and the offender?... read more »
  5. Limits to Pain

    Nils Christie

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2007

    Inflicting pain is a serious matter, often at variance with cherished values such as kindness and forgiveness. Attempts might therefore be made to hide the basic character of the activity, or to... read more »
  6. Mediating Interpersonal Conflicts

    Mark S. Umbreit

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2006

    Conflict is a normal and predictable part of life. How we respond to it, however, determines whether or not the conflict will be destructive. 'Mediating Interpersonal Conflicts' is an up-to-date... read more »
  7. Restorative Justice and Practices in New Zealand

    Gabrielle M. Maxwell, James H. Liu

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2010

    The quest for justice has been a powerful driving force in all human societies. In recent times, the notion of restorative justice has gained currency. To achieve restorative justice all... read more »
  8. Restorative Policing Experiment

    Paul McCold, Benjamin Wachtel

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2012

    The Bethlehem Police Family Group Conferencing Experiment was the first randomized trial of restorative justice in the United States. Moderately serious juvenile offenses were randomly assigned... read more »
  9. Sexual Offending and Restoration

    Mark Yantzi

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2009

    Mark Yantzi provides new methods for dealing with the pervasive problem of sexual abuse. He shows caring ways to confront and support those who have offended. He also calls for understanding and... read more »

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