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Repair or Revenge: Victims and Restorative Justice
1. The Victim in Criminal Justice 2. Victims of Crime and the Victim Movement 3. The Theory and Practice of Restorative Justice 4. The Reintegrative Shaming Experiments: Research Design andExpand
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Restorative justice: the evidence
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Reintegrative Shaming, Procedural Justice, and Recidivism: The Engagement of Offenders' Psychological Mechanisms in the Canberra RISE Drinking‐and‐Driving Experiment
Advocates of restorative justice (RJ) hypothesize that the diversion of criminal cases to RJ conferences should be more effective in lowering the rate of reoffending than traditional prosecution inExpand
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Victim Evaluations of Face-to-Face Restorative Justice Conferences: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis
One major goal of face-to-face restorative justice (RJ) is to help heal the psychological harm suffered by crime victims (Braithwaite, 2002). Substantial evidence from randomized controlled trialsExpand
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Restorative justice programs in Australia : a report to the Criminology Research Council
This report provides an overview of restorative justice programs in Australia. While a wide range of programs may be broadly labeled 'restorative', the report mainly focuses on programs involvingExpand
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Restorative Justice Conferencing (RJC) Using Face‐to‐Face Meetings of Offenders and Victims: Effects on Offender Recidivism and Victim Satisfaction. A Systematic Review
This Campbell systematic review examines the effectiveness of face‐to‐face restorative justice conferences (‘RJCs’) on repeat offending and victim satisfaction. The systematic review includes 10Expand
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Effects of face-to-face restorative justice on victims of crime in four randomized, controlled trials
The growing use of restorative justice provides a major opportunity for experimental criminology and evidence-based policy. Face-to-face meetings led by police officers between crime victims andExpand
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Are Restorative Justice Conferences Effective in Reducing Repeat Offending? Findings from a Campbell Systematic Review
ObjectivesThis paper synthesizes the effects on repeat offending reported in ten eligible randomized trials of face-to-face restorative justice conferences (RJCs) between crime victims, their accusedExpand
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