Rethinking criminology through radical diversity in Asian reconciliation
|Collections||ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)|
|Title:||Rethinking criminology through radical diversity in Asian reconciliation|
|Publisher:||The Australian National University, Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet)|
|Citation:||Braithwaite, J. 2014. Rethinking Criminology Through Radical Diversity in Asian Reconciliation. RegNet Working Paper, No. 43, Regulatory Institutions Network.|
|Series/Report no.:||Research Paper (Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet), The Australian National University) ; No. 2014/43|
Five cases of radical diversity in Asian reconciliation are used to suggest hypotheses for the kind of Asian relational theory building suggested in the contribution of Liu (2014) to this special issue: 1. Polynesian shame 2. Confucius and East Asian restorative justice 3. Indonesian and Timorese cultures of compliance with reconciliation agreements 4. Restorative justice hybridity in Pakistan and Afghanistan 5. Victim-initiated justice in Nepal.
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