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Restorative Justice Today

Practical Applications

Katherine S. van Wormer University of Northern Iowa, USA
Lorenn Walker University of Hawaii Honolulu Community College
© 2013   280 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc   
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Foreword Shadd Maruna
Part I Overview: Introduction to Restorative Justice
Chapter 1: Restorative Justice: Definition and Purpose Lorenn Walker
Box 1. Restorative Justice: What’s That? Howard Zehr
Box 2: Howard Zehr’s Restorative Justice in Threes
Chapter 2: Reflections from a Descendant of the Minnesota Restitution Center (MRC) Kay Pranis
Box 3: Reflections From a Founder of the Minnesota Restitution Center: Burt Galaway
Chapter 3: Preparing Students of Criminal Justice for Restorative Justice Practice Rudi Kauffman and Heather Koontz
Chapter 4: Restorative Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence: All in the Family David Wexler
Part II Overview: Prevention Programs And Community Practice
Chapter 5: Restorative Justice for Victims Without Offender Participation Lorenn Walker
Chapter 6: A Story of the Emergence of Restorative Practice in Schools in Australia and New Zealand: Reflect, Repair, Reconnect Margaret Thorsborne
Chapter 7: Restorative Justice for Juvenile Delinquents in Hong Kong and China Dennis S.W. Wong
Chapter 8: Youth Justice and Restorative Justice in Norway Ida Hydle
Chapter 9: Beyond Policy: Conferencing on Student Misbehavior Lorenn Walker
Chapter 10: Family Group Conferences in Youth Justice and Child Welfare in Vermont Gale Burford
Box 4: Restorative Justice in Yuma County, Arizona: Mary E. White
Chapter 11: Creating Healthy Residential Communities in Higher Education Through the Use of Restorative Practices Ted Wachtel and Stacey Miller
Part III Overview: Pre-Trial: Before or After Arrest - Diversion Programs
Chapter 12: Restorative and Diversionary Responses to Youth Offending in New Zealand Gabrielle Maxwell
Box 5: Circles of Change: Bringing a More Compassionate Justice System to Troubled Youth in Oakland: Micky Duxbury
Chapter 13: Community Members: Vital Voices to the Restorative Justice Process Mona Schatz
Chapter 14: Restorative Justice and Gendered Violence Anne Hayden and Katherine van Wormer
Chapter 15: Clergy Child Sexual Abuse: The Restorative Justice Option Theo Gavrielides
Part IV Overview: In Correctional and Reentry Programs
Chapter 16: "Hate Left Me That Day": Victim Offender Dialogue in Vermont Amy Holloway and Gale Burford
Chapter 17: Brazil’s Restorative Prisons Lorenn Walker, Andrew Johnson, and Katherine van Wormer
Chapter 18: Restorative Justice Skills Building for Incarcerated People Lorenn Walker and Ted Sakai
Box 6: Remembering Bob Shapel: A Prison Restoration Dialogue at Walla Walla: Lorenn Walker
Chapter 19: Huikahi Restorative Circles: A Public Health Approach for Reentry Planning Lorenn Walker and Rebecca Greening
Chapter 20: Restorative Celebrations for Parolee and Probationer Completion: The Importance of Ritual for Reentry Lorenn Walker
Part V Overview: Community Restoration and Reparation
Chapter 21: Restorative Interventions for Post-War Nations Carl Stauffer
Chapter 22: Truth and Reconciliation Commissions and Transitional Justice in a Restorative Justice Context David K. Androff
Chapter 23: Social Work Values and Restorative Justice Marta Vides Saade
Box 7: Responding to the Needs of Those Harmed by Crime: Mary Roche
Chapter 24: Restorative Justice Almost 50 Years Later: Japanese American Redress for Exclusion, Restriction, and Incarceration Rita Takashashi
Chapter 25: Speaking Earth: Environmental Restoration and Restorative Justice Fred H. Besthorn
Box 8: Traditional North American Native Restorative Justice Philosophy and Practice: Laura Mirsky

Restorative Justice Today

Practical Applications

Katherine S. van Wormer University of Northern Iowa, USA
Lorenn Walker University of Hawaii Honolulu Community College
© 2013   280 pages   SAGE Publications, Inc  

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ISBN:   9781452219912 Paperback Suggested Retail Price:   $52.00 Bookstore Price:   $41.60

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Restorative Justice Today: Applications of Restorative Interventions takes a hard look at the issues and concepts surrounding restorative justice and current restorative practices used in a broad range of areas today. In a time when the cost of prisons and jails is on the rise resulting in more offenders being kept out of the community, this timely and contemporary book exposes readers to a range of restorative practices that can be implemented. The authors, renowned experts in the area of restorative justice, provide information not found in other restorative justice texts.

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