Readership: Restorative and Criminal Justice practitioners, police officers and policy makers, as well as scholars of criminology, sociology and law.
Dr Meredith Rossner is a Lecturer in Criminology in the Department of Law at the London School of Economics. She is also an Adjunct Research Fellow in the Justice Research Group at the University of Western Sydney. She holds a PhD in Criminology and Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania and her research interests include emotions and interactions in criminal justice, criminology theory, restorative justice, and juries.
"Enthusiasm permeates the whole project. The result in an exceptional and eminently readable book that should appeal to a wider audience than the title and content matter suggests, including those interested in restorative justice, criminal justice, socio-legal approaches, or those contemplating the adoption of a mixed-method approach to researching legal processes." - Steven Cammiss, Journal of Law and Society
2: The promise of emotional transformation
3: The ritual elements
4: A micro analysis of restorative justice
5: Preparing for powerful rituals
6: Short-term outcomes in restorative justice
7: Long-term consequences of successful interaction rituals