Session 313: CL13 -> Is There a Criminology Strong Enough to Confront U.S. Empire?: Part II-Community Justice and Family Issues
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Governors Square 10
Session Chair: Susan Toni Krumholz, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
How Restorative Justice Can Confront and Help Heal Contemporary Criminology
by: Dan Okada, California State University, Sacramento (Corresponding)
Rationalized and Scripted Restorative Justice Programs: Bold Claims With Modest Results
by: Kimberly J. Cook, University of Southern Maine (Corresponding)
"Atanarjuat The Fast Runner" and Community Justice
by: Josephine Savarese, University of Regina (Corresponding)
Just Another Murdered Girl in Another Killed Community
by: Beverly Quist, Mohawk Valley Community College (Corresponding)
The Possibilities of Peacemaking: Can Offenders Find Forgiveness at Life's End?
by: Kimberly D. Dodson, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)

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