Department/School

Social Work

Date of this version

2005

Document Type

Article

Keywords

restorative justice, juvenile recidivism

Abstract

This is the first meta-analysis that examined the effectiveness of the two most prominent restorative justice dialogue programs in reducing juvenile recidivism. The use of meta-analytic methods provides a useful means for summarizing diverse research findings across restorative justice studies and synthesizing these findings in an objective manner. The use of an effect size is an easily interpreted way of assessing the strength of an intervention effect.

Published in

Federal Probation

Citation/Other Information

Bradshaw, B., Roseborough, D. (2005). Restorative justice dialogue: The impact of mediation and conferencing on juvenile recidivism. Federal Probation, 69 (2), 15 – 21.

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