Asking the Restorative Question in Response to Criminal Wrongdoing - Widening the Scope for Legal and Restorative Integration
This thesis poses a normative question. It asks how a response to criminal wrongdoing should be reframed so as to achieve justice. The question is asked in the context of debates on the role of restorative justice and within a conceptual framework that sees justice as primarily concerned with distribution. Conventional responses to wrongdoing accept that offenders must be given their deserts and treated equally, and that all persons affected by the wrongdoing must have their rights promoted and...[Show more]
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