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Name Course August 3, 2019 Annotated Bibliography- APA Citation Style Julie, S. (2007). Beyond Apology?: Domestic Violence and Critical Questions for Restorative Justice. Retrieved from - Julie discusses exploring the key issues that remain under-developed in the restorative justice literature from a feminist perspective. Julie further drives that domestic violence must be taken as a focus. The analysis will be conducted with questions related to the interests and safety of domestic violence victim the central point of their conversation or discussion, and the expectation of the victim's role and how apology and forgiveness can be considered. Julie uses an approach that differs from the common and usual restorative practices. Gary, S. (2003). Towards a Sociological Framework for Understanding the Roots of Violence and Agression. Retrieved from -
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