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Hate Crime and Restorative Justice
Exploring Causes, Repairing Harms
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Theo Gavrielides, Internet Journal of Restorative Justice The book is a must read for anyone with an interest in dialogue based approaches to conflicts with a power element . . . This book presents original findings while combining them with the limited literature on the matter to alert reformists that restorative justice is not easy, and that appropriate training, safeguards and processes must be in place.
Martin Wright, The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice This book provides a thought-provoking theoretical basis and empirical justification for a restorative, rather than retributive, response, as well as case histories and practical information, useful to anyone planning a service to tackle this kind of harmful or criminal behaviour.
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Mark Austin Walters, Lecturer, School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex Dr Mark Austin Walters is a lecturer in law at the University of Sussex where he teaches criminal law and criminology, as well as the Co-Director of the Network for International Hate Studies. He completed his DPhil in law (criminology) at the Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford in 2011 and he also has an MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice (Research Methods) from the University of Oxford (2008) and an LLM specialising in criminal justice from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (2006). He has published widely in the field of hate crime, focusing in particular on the criminalisation of hate-motivated offences, the use of restorative justice in hate crime cases, and criminological theories of causation.
1. Conceptualising hate Crime for restorative justice ; 2. Conceptualising restorative justice for hate crime ; 3. The harms of hate crime: from structural disadvantage to individual identity ; 4. Repairing the harms of everyday hate crime: exploring community mediation and the views of restorative practitioners ; 5. Restorative policing and hate crime ; 6. Secondary victimisation, state participation and the importance of multi-agency partnerships ; 7. The perils of 'community' in restorative justice: from theory to practice ; 8. Humanising 'difference' and challenging prejudice through restorative dialogue ; Conclusion: Uncovering hidden truths