Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
xviii, 292 pages ; 25 cm.
Interpersonal violence (Oxford, England)
Formatted Contents Note
Resisting co-optation: three feminist challenges to antiviolence work / James Ptacek The role of restorative justice in the battered women's movement / Loretta Frederick, Kristine C. Lizdas Aboriginal women and political pursuit in Canadian sentencing circles: at cross roads or cross purposes? / Rashmi Goel A community of one's own? When women speak to power about restorative justice / Pamela Rubin Restorative justice, gendered violence, and indigenous women / Julie Stubbs Restorative justice for domestic and family violence: hopes and fears of indigenous and non-indigenous Australian women / Heather Nancarrow Restorative justice and youth violence toward parents / Kathleen Daly, Heather Nancarrow Opening conversations across cultural, gender, and generational divides: family and community engagement to stop violence against women and children / Joan Pennell, Mimi Kim Alternative interventions to intimate violence: defining political and pragmatic challenges / Mimi Kim Restorative justice for acquaintance rape and misdemeanor sex crimes / Mary P. Koss Restorative justice and gendered violence in New Zealand: a glimmer of hope / Shirley Julich Beyond restorative justice: radical organizing against violence / Andrea Smith Re-imagining justice for crimes of violence against women / James Ptacek.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
K5191.W66 R47 2010
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