Implications of growth

  title={Implications of growth},
  author={Joanna Shapland},
  journal={International Review of Victimology},
  pages={111 - 127}
  • J. Shapland
  • Published 1 January 2014
  • Law
  • International Review of Victimology
Restorative justice has been growing around the world in terms of its implementation, often allied to criminal justice. Its growth and increasing mainstreaming, however, reignite theoretical and practical debates current some 20 years ago but none the less valid now. They include the effects of increasing closeness to the state and to justice definitions of crime, as well as tensions for mediators and facilitators. Particularly, there is a need to draw together the common values and aims in the… 
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