"The introduction is presented in such a way that the reader is very much enticed to continue reading. This book was very worthwhile. The book's approach to concepts, application, and challenges was appropriate."
not enough relevance to learning outcomes
This book is very good source for my students working on their assignment which is about the UK restorative justice system, easy to read and current. Students have told me they think it is a good read !
This book should be viewed as key contribution to the restorative justice debate, its discussions are central as to whether Restorative Justice is the way ahead for justice, addressing the harm caused by crime, involving victim and offender.
Agian, opnly one aspect of ther course. Useful to that aspect but not sufficiently broad to recommend purchase.
A worthy addition to the bookshelf for students who are interested in RJ