Session 98: RS74 -> Innovations and Experiments in Justice and Crime Prevention: Restorative Justice Research methodology
Time: 2:00PM to 3:30 PM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Cresthill
Session Chair: Paul McCold, Interntl Inst. for Restorative Practices
This panel will p;resent current issues in research methodology associated with evaluating Restorative Justice practices. Papers consider evaluating the cost effectiveness of different restorative justice models, development of appropriate outcome criteria for evaluating restorative justice applications in different settings, developing a clear conceptual understanding of the transformative event in restorative justice, and the benefits of qualitative and longitudinal methodologies to evaluating the restorativeness of restorative justice encounters.
Cost Effectiveness of Restorative Justice
by: Paul McCold, Interntl Inst. for Restorative Practices (Corresponding)
Thinking Hard About Measuring the Effectiveness of Restorative Justice Programs
by: Heather Strang, Australian National University (Corresponding)
The Magic of Personal Encounters of Selves: Dalogicality in Norwegian Conflict Councils
by: Ida Hydle, Adger University College (Corresponding)
Longitudinal Measures of Restorative Justice
by: Richard Young, University of Oxford (Corresponding)

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