JS110Restore1__Theory

JS110Restore1__Theory - Restorative Justice: The Use of ADR...

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Restorative Justice: The Use of ADR Methods in response to Crime Philosophical Basis: John Braithwaite (1989) Crime, Shame & Reintegration
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Problems with Western Society’s Management of Crime Crime control has become an industry – big business Specialized justice system has emasculated Justice System is an impersonal, law & “due process” driven bureaucracy We should return to a simpler, more natural response to offending
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Natural Social Response to Offending When social expectations, customs, or laws are violated, a ritual for repair is set in motion: Offender asked for an account – Why? Victim-Offender discussion - who did what to whom? Social audience participates & is called upon to render opinion or judgment
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Natural Social Response to Making It Right Again Collective shaming & condemnation of offensive behavior/offender Call for punishment, restitution, apology, promises for future from offender
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