Readings in Dispute Resolution

Selected Bibliographies

Readings in Dispute Resolution: A Selected Bibliography
By Catherine Morris

Restorative Justice

Adler, Christine and Joy Wundersitz, eds. Family Group Conferencing and Juvenile Justice: The Way Forward or Misplaced Opportunism? Canberra, ACT: Austrailian Institute of Criminology, 1994 (Criminal Justice Press, PO Box 249, Monsey, NY 10952, 800/914-3379).

Auerbach, Jerold S. Justice Without Law? New York, NY: Oxford University Pres, 1983.

Bazemore, Gordon, and Lode Walgrave. Restorative Juvenile Justice. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press,      1999.

Braithwaite, John. Crime, Shame and Reintegration. New York, NY:
Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Braithwaite, John, and Philip Pettit. Not Just Deserts: A Republican Theory
of Criminal Justice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Brown B.J, and F.W.M. McElrea. The Youth Court in New Zealand: A New
Model of Justice. Auckland, New Zealand: Legal Research Foundation, 1993.

Burnside, Jonathan, and Nicola Baker, eds. Relational Justice: Repairing the
Breach. Winchester, UK: Waterside Press, 1994.

Cayley, David. The Expanding Prison: Why Penal Systems Fail and
What Can Be Done About Them. Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 1998.

Consedine, Jim and Helen Bowen, eds. Restorative Justice: Contemporary
Themes and Practice. Lyttelton, NZ: Ploughshares Publications, P.O. Box
173, Lyttleton, New Zealand, 1999.

Cragg, Wesley. The Practice of Punishment: Towards a Theory of
Restorative Justice. New York, NY Routledge, 1992.

Daly, Kathleen, Michele Venables, Mary McKenna, Liz Mumford, and Jane
Christie-Johnston. South Australia Juvenile Justice (SAJJ) Research on
Conferencing, Technical Report No. 1 Project Overview and Research
Instruments. Brisbane, Aust.: Griffith University School of Criminology and
Criminal Justice, 1998.

Danzig, Richard. “Toward the Creation of a Complementary, Decentralized
System of Criminal Justice.” Stanford Law Review 26 (1973):1-54.

Galaway, Burt, and Joe Hudson, eds.Criminal Justice, Restitution, and
Reconciliation. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press, 1990.

Galaway, Burt, Joe Hudson, and Allison Morris. Family Group Conferences:
Perspectives on Policy and Practice. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press,

Galaway, Burt, and Joe Hudson. Restorative Justice: International
Perspectives. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press, 1996.

Green, Ross Gordon. Justice in Aboriginal Communities: Sentencing
Alternatives. Saskatoon, SK: Purich Publishing, 1998.

Hudson, J., A.Morris, G. Maxwell, and B. Galaway, eds. Family Group
Conferences: Perspectives on Policy and Practice. Monsey, NY: Willow
Tree, 1996. Also Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press, 1996.)

Marshall, Tony F. Alternatives to Criminal Courts: The Potential for
Non-Judicial Dispute Settlement, Brookfield, VT: Gower Publishing Co.,

Marshall, Tony, and Susan Merry, Susan. Crime and Accountability:
Victim/Offender Mediation in Practice, London, UK: HMSO, 1990.

McCold, Paul. Restorative Justice: An Annotated Bibliography.
Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press, 1997. Online

McDonald, J.M., and D.B. Moore. Community Conferencing Facilitator’s
Kit, Sydney ( 3/115 Curlewis St., Bondi Beach, NSW) Australia:
Transformative Justice Australia, 1998.

Merry, Sally Engle, and Neal Milner, eds. The Possibility of Popular Justice:
A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. Ann Arbor,
MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1993.

Mika, Harry, ed., “Special Issue: Victim Offender Mediation – International
Perspectives on Research Theory and Practice.” Mediation Quarterly 12(3)
(1995): 199-297.

Moore, D.B.. “Shame, Forgiveness, and Juvenile Justice.” In Justice, Crime
and Ethics. Second Edition. Cincinatti, OH: Anderson Publishing, 1996.
Originally published in Criminal Justice Ethics 12 (1993).

Moore, D.B. “Criminal Action – Official Reaction: Affect Theory, Criminology,
and Criminal Justice.” In Knowing Feeling, edited by D.L. Nathanson. New
York: W.W. Norton, 1996.

Moore, D.B. “Pride, Shame and Empathy among Peers: Community
Conferencing as Transformative Justice in Education.” In Children’s Peer
Relations, edited by K. Rigby, and P. Slee. London: Routledge, 1998.

Northey, Wayne, 1989. Biblical/Theological Works Contributing to
Restorative Justice: A Bibliographic Essay. Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Central
Committee US Office of Criminal Justice, 1989.

Pepinsky, Harold E, and Richard Quinney, Richard, eds. Criminology as
Peacemaking. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1991.

Redekop, Vernon, ed. “Scapegoats, the Bible, and Criminal Justice: Interacting
with Rene Girard.” New Perspectives on Crime and Justice Issue No.13.
Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee Office of Crime and Justice, 1993.

Ross, Rupert. Dancing With a Ghost. London: Butterworths, 1992.

Ross, Rupert. Returning to the Teaching: Exploring Aboriginal
Justice. New York: Penguin, 1996.

Sherman, L. And G.C. Barnes. “Restorative Justice and Offenders’ Respect for
the Law.” RISE Working Papers 3 (April, 1997). Canberra: Australian
National University, 1997.

Sherman, L. and H. Strang. “The Right Kind of Shame for Crime Prevention.”
RISE Working Papers 1 (April 1997). Canberra: Australian National
University, 1997.

Sherman, L. and H. Strang. “Restorative Justice and Deterring Crime.” RISE
Working Papers 4 (April, 1997). Canberra: Australian National University,

Tavuchis, N. Mea Culpa: A Sociology of Apology and Reconciliation,
Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1991.

Umbreit, Mark. Crime and Reconciliation: Creative Options for Victims
and Offenders Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 1985.

Umbreit, Mark. Victim Offender Mediation with Violent Offenses.
Valparaiso, IN: PACT Institute of Justice, 1986.

Umbreit, Mark. Victim-Offender Mediation in Urban/Multi-Cultural
Settings. Valparaiso, IN: PACT Institute of Justice, 1986.

Umbreit, Mark. Victim Meets Offender: The Impact of Restorative
Justice and Mediation. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press, 1994.

Umbreit, Mark. Mediating Interpersonal Conflicts: A Pathway to Peace.
West Concord, MN: CPI Publishing, 1995.

Van Ness, Daniel. Crime and Its Victims. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity
Press, 1986.

Van Ness, Daniel et al, eds. Restorative Justice: Theory. Washington, DC:
Justice Fellowship, 1989.

Van Ness, Daniel, Howard Zehr and M. Kay Harris, eds. “Justice: The
Restorative Vision.” New Perspectives on Crime and Justice. Issue No. 7.
Akron, PA: MCC Office of Crime and Justice, 1989.

Van Ness, Daniel, and Karen Heetderks Strong. Restoring Justice.
Cincinnati, OH : Anderson Pub., 1997.

Williamson, D. Face to Face. Sydney, Aust: Currency Press, 1999.

Wright, Martin. Justice for Victims and Offenders. 2nd edition. Philadelphia,
PA: Open University Press, 1996.

Wright, Martin. Making Good: Prisons, Punishment and Beyond. London:
Burnett Books Ltd., 1982.

Wright, Martin, and Burt Galaway, eds. Mediation and Criminal Justice:
Victims, Offenders and Community. London, UK: Sage Publications, 1989.

Zehr, Howard. Mediating the Victim-Offender Conflict. Akron, PA:
Mennonite Central Office, 1990.

Zehr, Howard. Changing lenses: A New Focus for Crime and Justice.
Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1990.

Zehr, Howard. “Retributive Justice, Restorative Justice.” New Perspectives in
Crime and Justice 4 (1985) Akron, PA: MCC Office of Crime and Justice.