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New Directions in Restorative Justice by Robert Gordon, Elizabeth Elliott

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Chapter 2

Restorative justice in schools

Brenda Morrison1

Abstract

Building upon Braithwaite's notions of restorative justice and responsive regulation, this chapter explores the growing concern for regulating safe school communities so that the needs of all members of the school community are addressed. The chapter touches on the findings of reviews of school violence in the United States, reintegrative shaming theory and procedural justice theory, grounding a responsive and restorative approach to regulating safe school communities, as well as best practice models. Central to these theoretical perspectives and the various practical interventions covered in the chapter is a discussion of the importance of shame management and identity management ...

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