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Understanding Victims and Restorative Justice

Understanding Victims and Restorative Justice
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Two of the principal and most influential developments within criminal justice policy - taking in a variety of common law jurisdictions during the past thirty years - have been the rise of the `victim movement┬┐ and the emergence of a distinctive set of practices that have become associated with the term `restorative justice┬┐. Understanding Victims and Restorative Justice examines the origins of and the relationship between these two sets of developments, and seeks to assess their strengths and weaknesses in meeting the needs of victims as part of the overall response to crime.

Written in a lively and accessible style this book is of benefit to students from a range of disciplines including criminology, sociology and the law. Also helpful to professionals, practitioners and policymakers working in voluntary agencies within the criminal justice system.

McGraw-Hill Education; February 2007
249 pages; ISBN 9780335224852
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