Taastavast õigusest on vähe saadaval sedalaadi sildavaid uuringuid, mis aitavad mõista selle valdkonna seoseid. Siinviidatu on üks erand, mis muuhulgas on vabalevis ja sestap pikemaid kommentaare ei vaja.

Uurimuse piiritlemine:

Restorative justice (RJ) is a novel type of justice response. Although it has been practiced in various contexts (e.g., schools, workplace), this study focuses on those in the criminal justice setting where they are taken as “a contemporary justice mechanism . . . [that] involves a meeting . . . of affected individuals.” (Daly, 2016, p. 21, emphasis in the original).


Our aim, however, is to develop an integrated explanation of the dynamics of RJ.

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

Drawing on 26 studies identified through the systematic literature search, we conducted a qualitative metasynthesis to explore the experiences of individuals who committed a crime and victims with the RJ process. We identified three overarching themes through metasynthesis: (a) opportunities for humanization, learning, and putting emotions of individuals who committed a crime and victims at the center of conflict-solving, (b) support networks and mechanism for communication between individuals who committed a crime and victims, and (c) life-changing journey enshrined in healing. […] our findings provide a clear illustration that their “bridge” role in practicing RJ and researching the macro–micro interaction of RJ cannot be underestimated.

Suzuki, M., & Yuan, X. (2021). How Does Restorative Justice Work? A Qualitative Metasynthesis. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 48(10), 1347–1365. https://doi.org/10.1177/0093854821994622