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Record ID: f30e6822-0a04-4dfe-b6d5-ba0f1d18a94f
Type: Journal Article
Title: Justice from the victim’s perspective
Other Titles: Violence against women
Authors: Herman, Judith Lewis
Keywords: Restorative justice;Criminal justice responses;Personal stories;Informal responses;Advocacy
Year: 2005
Publisher: Sage Publications
Citation: 11 (5), May 2005
Notes:  This article presents findings from in-depth interviews with 22 victims of violent crime to ascertain survivors’ views of justice in the US. It describes their experiences with the justice system; their need to gain validation from the community; their attitudes to the offender’s apology and to the offender’s accountability. It argues that their views of justice do not fit with retributive or restorative justice models, and discusses the implications for efforts to use restorative models in cases of violence against women.
URI: https://anrows.intersearch.com.au/anrowsjspui/handle/1/15545
ISSN: 1077-8012
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