Restorative justice

Transkontinentale Migration von Strafgenefangenen: Das Beispiel Australien

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite, John

Publication year:

2004

Publication type:

Book chapter

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Braithwaite, John, 2004. 'Transkontinentale Migration von Strafgenefangenen: Das Beispiel Australien.' In _Soziologie der Kriminalitat_,, edited by Herausgegen Von, Dietrich Oberwittler and Susanne Karstedt, 8th ed, 413-440. Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.

Restorative and responsive regulation of OHS

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite, John

Publication year:

2004

Publication type:

Book chapter

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Braithwaite, John, 2004. ‘Restorative and responsive regulation of OHS.’ In OHS Regulation for a Changing World of Work, edited by Elizabeth Bluff, Neil Gunningham and Richard Johnstone, 194-209. NSW, Leichhardt: Federation Press.

Peacemaking networks and restorative justice

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite
John

Publication year:

2006

Publication type:

Book chapter

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Braithwaite, John, 2006, 'Peacemaking networks and restorative justice', Jenny Fleming and Jennifer Wood, Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks, 1st, UNSW Press Ltd, Sydney, 195 - 217

Effects of face-to-face restorative justice on victims of crime in four randomized, controlled trials

Author/s (editor/s):

Strang, Heather
Sherman, Lawrence W
Angel, Caroline
Woods, Daniel
Barnes, Geoffrey C
Bennett, Sarah
Inkpen, Nova

Publication year:

2005

Publication type:

Journal article

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Sherman, Lawrence w, Heather Strang, Caroline Angels, Daniel Woods, Geoffrey C. Barnes, Sarah Bennett and Nova Inkpen 2005, 'Effects of face-to-face restorative justice on victims of crime in four randomized, controlled trials', Journal of Experimental Criminology, 1, 3, 367-395

Rape, shame and pride: Address to Stockholm Criminology Symposium, 16 June 2006

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite
John

Publication year:

2006

Publication type:

Journal article

A proposition of the theory of reintegrative shaming is that a reason some societies have lower rates of rape is that rape is unthinkable to most men in those societies. This presentation shows how war interrupts the unthinkableness of rape. Bougainville society seems to have had a low level of rape until its war of the 1980s and 1990s. A single rape was one of the important sparks that lit its civil war. It caused perhaps over 5% of the population to lose their lives and perhaps over a third to be displaced from their homes. As in most wars, rape became common in Bougainville. A theory of why war causes epidemics of rape helps criminologists understand rape better. It can also help international relations scholars to see that the bigger problem caused by armed conflict today may be crime rather than battle deaths. Rape in peace and in war is interpreted according to Eliza Ahmed's theory of shame management and pride management. Ahmed's work is seen as an important advance in evidence‐based criminological theory. A deficiency of reintegrative shaming theory is that it neglects pride as the flip side of shame as an emotion. Shame displacement may be important to the explanation of rape; yet narcissistic pride may be more important. In war we see more vividly the social dynamics of how shame displacement and narcissistic pride allow both rape and the onset of war itself. Bougainville helps us to ponder how historically sustained, deep and broad restorative justice processes may be part of what is needed to return a society to peace and to low levels of rape.

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Braithwaite, John, 2006, 'Rape, shame and pride: Address to Stockholm Criminology Symposium, 16 June 2006', Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 7, Supplement 1 2006, 2-16

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Partial truth and reconciliation in the longue duree

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite
John

Publication year:

2011

Publication type:

Journal article

This paper argues that there are many possible sequences of truth, justice and reconciliation after conflict. Finding the apt path for a particular place and time requires peacebuilders to network across learning organisations that are responsive to local voices. Peacebuilding is construed as a craft of responsive governance. It requires patience and resilience because most peace initiatives fail, even though most successes are built on the foundation of prior failures. Data from the first 12 cases of the Peacebuilding Compared project are used to develop these themes that imply being oriented to what Susanne Karstedt calls the longue durée of peacebuilding.

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Braithwaite, John, 2011, 'Partial truth and reconciliation in the longue duree', Contemporary Social Science, 6, 1, 129-146

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Accountability in restorative justice

Author/s (editor/s):

Roche
Declan

Publication year:

2003

Publication type:

Book

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Roche, Declan, 2003, Accountability in restorative justice, Oxford University Press, Oxford

Pardox and civic republican vision

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite, John

Publication year:

2012

Publication type:

Journal article

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Braithwaite, John, 2012, ‘Pardox and civic republican vision’, Nevada Law Journal, 12, 333, 333-340

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Restorative justice and social justice

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite, John

Publication year:

2000

Publication type:

Journal article

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Braithwaite, John, 2000. 'Restorative justice and social justice', Saskatchewan Law Review 63(1): 185-194.

Republicanism and restorative justice: An explanatory and normative connection

Author/s (editor/s):

Braithwaite, John
Pettit, Philip

Publication year:

2000

Publication type:

Book chapter

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Braithwaite, John and Philip Pettit, 2000. 'Republicanism and restorative justice: An explanatory and normative connection', In _Restorative justice: philosophy to practice_, edited by Heather Strang and John Braithwaite, 145-163. Burlington, Vermont, U.S.: Ashgate Publishing Company.

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