Hate Crime and Restorative Justice: Exploring Causes, Repairing Harms - Clarendon Studies in Criminology by Dr Mark Austin Walters
The outcome of an 18-month empirical study examining the use of restorative justice for hate crime in the United Kingdom combines this theory and practice to examine the causes and…
Hate Crime and Restorative Justice synopsis
The outcome of an 18-month empirical study examining the use of restorativejustice for hate crime in the United Kingdom combines this theory and practice to examine the causes and consequences of the abuse of hate crimes. Hate crimes and restorativejustice:Exploring the causes, Harms reform also identifies key process variables in restorative practice that can help repair hate damage.
By doing so, it challenges the common concepts of "hate crimes" and "restorativejustice" through their use of qualitative research of restorative interventions throughout the United Kingdom. The results of the study provide original data on contextual variables that are fundamental to both the cause and effect of hate crimes and reveal the complex social, cultural and socioeconomic factors that are fundamental to our understanding of hate crime or how incidents can be better resolved.
Through careful analysis and discussion, the book also provides new information on how to use restorative processes to repair the damage of hatred and challenge preconceptions that lead to hate-based conflicts. The question of group identity and cultural differences among participants in restorativejustice is explored and explored through the use of detailed case studies, allowing an assessment of whether dialogue barriers to reconciliation can limit the success of restorative processes.
In particular, the concept of "society", a basic concept of the theory and practice of restorative justice, is rephrased by exploring both its therapeutic and purifying properties. Using data from the first study of its kind, the theory of hate and restorativejustice combines the theoretical assumptions of restorativephilosophy and empirical evidence on its use in hate crime to provide a more comprehensive understanding of how restorativejustice can help to repair damage caused by hate, while at the same time challenging existing prejudices On the identity of our multicultural societies..
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