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Take Home Exam. Christie (1977), Zehr (1985), and Braithwaite (1996) are restorative justice classics. (a) Present the core arguments and briefly define the key concepts of each author. (b) Identify and discuss three points of similarity and three points of difference in their arguments. Relate the stages and what is supposed to occur in youth justice conferences to theories of restorative justice from an offender’s and a victim’s perspective. (a) Describe the stages of an Australian youth justice conference and what is supposed to occur. (b) Relate this to Braithwaite’s (2004) and Dignan’s (2007) theories or claimed benefits of restorative justice for offenders and victims. Discuss three different legal or political contexts in which restorative justice is used. (a) Describe the three contexts (do so briefly). (b) Compare these contexts in terms of type of offences dealt with or other relevant differences. (c) For each context, identify one significant benefit or strength when compared to conventional criminal justice. Acorn (2004) and Richards (2005) are critical of restorative justice for what it assumes and expects of victims and offenders. Identify and discuss four distinct concerns they have.
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