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Conflict Management in Higher Ed Report
Volume 5, Number 1, Sept 2004

New Restorative Justice
in Higher Education Book

Charles C. Thomas Publishers have just released a new edited volume focused entirely on Restorative Justice in Higher Education. The volume, edited by former CMHER author David Karp and Thom Allena, is entitled Restorative Justice on the College Campus: Promoting Student Growth and Responsibility, and Reawakening the Spirit of Campus Community.

The book contains numerous case studies, examples of practical applications of restorative justice concepts, and a number of overview chapters including one by Bill Warters, your editor here at the Report.

A flyer with more information on the book is available here as a pdf or by visiting the publisher's website.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
PART I: INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCING RESTORATIVE JUSTICE TO THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY (David R. Karp)
2. CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE IN STUDENT JUDICIAL AFFAIRS: STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES (John Wesley Lowery and Michael Dannells)
PART II: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES: BOARDS, CONFERENCING, AND MEDIATION
3. INTEGRITY BOARDS (David R. Karp)
4. INTEGRITY BOARD CASE STUDY: PELLET GUNSHOTS IN THE NIGHT (Don Hastings and Vané Becidyan)
5. RESTORATIVE CONFERENCES: DEVELOPING STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY BY REPAIRING THE HARM TO VICTIMS AND RESTORING THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY (Thom Allena)
6. CONFERENCING CASE STUDY: KENNY’S CELEBRATION (Tom Sebok)
7. CONFERENCING CASE STUDY: THE LOUNGE, LEG HAIR, AND LEARNING (Roane Akchurin, Joyce Ester, Pricilla Mori, and Amy Van Meter)
8. APPLICATIONS OF MEDIATION IN THE CAMPUS COMMUNITY (William C. Warters)
9. MEDIATION CASE STUDY: FROM BURNT BRIDGES TO GOOD NEIGHBORS: TRANSFORMING OFF CAMPUS NEIGHBOR RELATIONS THROUGH MEDIATION AND DIALOG (Bruce Duncan and Brooke Hadwen)

PART III: CAMPUS ISSUES AND RESTORATIVE RESPONSES
10. THE IMPACT OF ALCOHOL ON CAMPUS LIFE (William DeJong)
11. CONFERENCING CASE STUDY: COMMUNITY ACCOUNTABILITY CONFERENCING WITH A RECALCITRANT (JOHNATHAN Robert L. Mikus)
12. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: HOW WIDESPREAD IS CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM? (Donald L. McCabe, Kenneth D. Butterfield, and Linda Klebe Treviño)
13. INTEGRITY BOARD CASE STUDY: SONIA’S PLAGIARISM (Jon Ramsey)
14. FRATERNITY AND SORORITY CULTURE: A GUIDE TO IMPLEMENTING RESTORATIVE PROCESSES IN THE GREEK COMMUNITY (Christina Baker-Zwerenz, Matthew Lopez-Phillips, Nora Rogers, and Laura Strohminger)
15.CONFERENCING CASE STUDY: HAZING MISCONDUCT MEETS RESTORATIVE JUSTICE—BREAKING NEW REPARATIVE GROUND IN UNIVERSITIES (Thom Allena and Nora Rogers)
16. THE OFF-THE-FIELD DEVIANCE OF COLLEGE ATHLETES: PROBLEM OR HYPE? (Jeffrey O. Segrave)
17. CONFERENCING CASE STUDY: APPLYING RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN A HIGH-PROFILE ATHLETIC INCIDENT—A GUIDE TO ADDRESSING, REPAIRING AND HEALING WIDESPREAD HARM (Thom Allena)
18. HATE CRIMES AND BIAS-MOTIVATED HARASSMENT ON CAMPUS (Stephen L. Wessler)
19. POLICY CASE STUDY: RESPONDING TO HATE SPEECH— THE LIMITATIONS OF SPEECH CODES AND THE PROMISE OF RESTORATIVE PRACTICES (Beau Breslin)
20. CRIME AND SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION ON COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES: IVORY TOWERS OR DANGEROUS PLACES? (Bonnie S. Fisher, Kristie R. Blevins, Shannon A. Santana, and Francis T. Cullen)
21. PROGRAM CASE STUDY: CAMPUS-BASED SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES—ON THE CUTTING EDGE (Connie J. Kirkland)

PART IV: CONCLUSION
22. RESTORATIVE JUSTICE:AN INSTITUTIONAL VIEW (Pat Oles)

 

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