Victim participation in a restorative justice process : the Canberra Reintegrative Shaming Experiments
This thesis addresses the role of victims in our criminal justice system and the shortcomings they perceive in the way they are treated. It examines whether restorative justice can offer then more justice that they receive from the formal court-based system. Before the rise of the modern state, restorative justice was the dominant model of resolution for disputes and criminal actions. However, the victim’s role in Western criminal justice declined over time, until only a vestigial and debased...[Show more]
|Collections||Open Access Theses|
|02Whole_Strang.pdf||Whole Thesis||4.93 MB||Adobe PDF|
|01Front_Strang.pdf||Front Matter||209.56 kB||Adobe PDF|
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.