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Listening to Victims: A Critique of Restorative Justice Policy and Practice in the United States

Volume 68 Number 1
June 2004

This research seeks to discern the victim role in restorative justice policy and practice in the U.S. through direct consultation with victims, their advocates, and victim service providers. The authors discuss the theory and reality of restorative justice, including difficulties in implementation and features of good practice.