- Title Pages
- Editor’s Introduction
- Biographical Notes
- 1 Resisting Co-Optation
- 2 The Role of Restorative Justice in the Battered Women’s Movement
- 3 Aboriginal Women and Political Pursuit in Canadian Sentencing Circles
- 4 A Community of One's Own?
- 5 Restorative Justice, Gendered Violence, and Indigenous Women
- 6 Restorative Justice for Domestic and Family Violence
- 7 Restorative Justice and Youth Violence Toward Parents
- 8 Opening Conversations Across Cultural, Gender, and Generational Divides
- 9 Alternative Interventions to Intimate Violence
- 10 Restorative Justice for Acquaintance Rape and Misdemeanor Sex Crimes
- 11 Restorative Justice and Gendered Violence in New Zealand
- 12 Beyond Restorative Justice
- 13 Re-Imagining Justice for Crimes of Violence Against Women
- Restorative Justice and Violence Against Women
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