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2005, ISBN 1843920948, 375
This book, based on a large-scale research project funded by the National Institute of Justice and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, provides an overview of... 
Juvenile corrections | Restorative justice | Community-based corrections
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American Behavioral Scientist, ISSN 0002-7642, 03/1998, Volume 41, Issue 6, pp. 768 - 813
The author provides a comprehensive discussion of the roots of the new reintegrative and restorative justice theories as well as the success of current,... 
YOUTH | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | CRIME | PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL | JUVENILE-OFFENDERS | SOCIETY | Criminal justice, Administration of | Research | Social aspects | Crime | Justice | Victims of crime | Theory | Victims | Criminals | Restorative justice | Rehabilitation
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Victims & Offenders, ISSN 1556-4886, 09/2009, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp. 375 - 384
Although there is currently considerable activity around improving the reentry process for former prisoners returning to society, much of this work lacks a... 
civic engagement | community building | reentry | restorative justice | Community building | Restorative justice | Reentry | Civic engagement
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by Fisher, Charles J and Dhainaut, Jean-Francois A and Opal, Steven M and Pribble, John P and Balk, Robert A and Slotman, Gus J and Iberti, Thomas J and Rackow, Eric C and Shapiro, Marc J and Greenman, Richard L and Reines, H. David and Shelly, Maire P and Thompson, Bruce W and LaBrecque, John F and Catalano, Michael A and Knaus, William A and Sadoff, Jerald C and Astiz, Mark and Carpati, Charles and Bone, Roger C and Friedman, Bruce and Mure, Anthony J and Brathwaite, Collin and Shapiro, Eugenia and Melhorn, Laura and Taylor, Robert and Keegan, Mary and O'Brien, Jacklyn and Schein, Roland and Pena, Maria and Wasserlouf, Monina and Oropello, John and Benjamin, Ernest and DelGuidice, Rosanna and Emmanuel, George and Lie, Thiam and Anderson, Lynn and Marshall, John and De Majo, Wilfred and Rotstein, Ori and Foster, Debra and Abraham, Edward and Middleton, Harold and Perry, Cindy and Levy, Howard and Fry, Donald E and Simpson, Steven Q and Crowell, Richard E and Neidhart, Mary and Stevens, Dennis and Coffman, Thomas and Narasimhan, Nagraj and Merrick, David K and Bergquist, William and Matzel, Klaus E and Huebler, Matthias and Foulke, Garrett E and Albertson, Timothy E and Walby, William F and Allen, Roblee P and Baughman, Robert and Hasselgren, Per-Olof and Fink, Mitchell P and Favorito, Felicia and Thompson, B. Taylor and Corbin, Richard and Shellhorse, G. Yovonne and Frazier, Arnold and White, Sandy and Garrard, Christopher and A'Court, Christine and Storer, Shirley and Gervich, Daniel H and Foshe, Debra and Brase, Rainer and Bagdahn, Andreas and Cooney, Robert and Smith, J. Stanley and Martin, Louis F and Vincent, Jean-Louis and Friedman, Gilberto and Berlot, Giorgio and Fletcher, J. Raymond and Williams, Mark D and Wright, Theresa F and Johnson, Steven and Feild, Carinda and Wolf, Karen and MacIntyre, Neil and Dubin, Howard G and Durkin, Margaret R and Dubin, Penelope K and Staubach, Karl Hermann and Fein, Alan M and Schulman, Debra B and Niederman, Michael S and Chalfin, Donald B and van, Paul A. M and Leeuwen and Boermeester, Marja A and ...
JAMA, ISSN 0098-7484, 06/1994, Volume 271, Issue 23, pp. 1836 - 1843
Objective.—To further define the safety and efficacy of recombinant human interleukin 1 receptor antagonist (rhIL-1ra) in the treatment of sepsis... 
MORTALITY | PATHOGENESIS | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR | RABBITS | BACTEREMIA | CACHECTIN | SEPTIC SHOCK | SUBLETHAL ENDOTOXEMIA | MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY | IL-1 RECEPTOR | Septic shock | Chemical inhibitors | Bacterial infections | Drug therapy | Septicemia | Health aspects
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Social Research, ISSN 0037-783X, 07/2007, Volume 74, Issue 2, pp. 651 - 662
After a brief look at the shift from rehabilitation to retribution in criminal justice policy, the notion that policymakers have an "addiction to punishment"... 
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Social Research, ISSN 0037-783X, 07/2007, Volume 74, Issue 2, pp. 651 - 662
After a brief look at the shift from rehabilitation to retribution in criminal justice policy, the notion that policymakers have an "addiction to punishment"... 
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Social Research, ISSN 0037-783X, 01/2007, Volume 74, Issue 2, pp. 651 - 612
Outside the academic and policy discussion, however, the new legitimacy afforded to retributive punishment seemed to free legislators and advocacy groups to... 
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Social Research, ISSN 0037-783X, 01/2007, Volume 74, Issue 2, pp. 651 - 612
Outside the academic and policy discussion, however, the new legitimacy afforded to retributive punishment seemed to free legislators and advocacy groups to... 
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Child welfare, ISSN 0009-4021, 01/2011, Volume 90, Issue 4, pp. 99 - 116
Participation of extended family members, particularly custodial grandparents, has generally resulted in better outcomes for abused children and relief for an... 
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Child Welfare, ISSN 0009-4021, 01/2011, Volume 90, Issue 4, pp. 99 - 116
Participation of extended family members, particularly custodial grandparents, has generally resulted in better outcomes for abused children and relief for an... 
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Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, ISSN 1050-9674, 12/2007, Volume 46, Issue 1-2, pp. 25 - 56
In general, offender reentry strategies have failed to consider the community either as a support, or obstacle, to reintegration. We present a theoretical... 
criminological theory | civic community service | Civic engagement | reentry | restorative justice
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Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, ISSN 1541-2040, 04/2006, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 123 - 147
Zero tolerance policies in secondary schools now embrace an array of misbehaviors varying widely in seriousness. Their utility has therefore come into... 
school discipline | juvenile justice | restorative justice | zero tolerance
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Children and Youth Services Review, ISSN 0190-7409, 2012, Volume 34, Issue 1, pp. 35 - 42
Despite claims that restorative justice is “victim centered,” and deliberately focused on healing harms to victims, some studies report that particular... 
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