Drawing on original research, this book examines the victim restoration process from a psycho-social perspective. It offers an integrative, comprehensive and in-depth analysis of victims’ experiences of restorative justice.
1. Victims, restoration, and restorative justice: Findings, debates and gaps, 2. Victims? perspectives on harm and restoration, 3. The phenomenon of victim participation in RJ, 4. Restoring victims: The role of victim-offender mediation, 5. Towards a psycho-social approach to victims? ?restoration? in restorative justice, Epilogue: The challenge of a victim-sensitive restorative justice practice.