This chapter addresses a theoretical blind spot in the restorative justice literature, which tends to assume that crime represents the violation of one person by another. Drawing on original research into restorative processes, this chapter explores the challenges and dilemmas which arise when individual offenders meet corporations to 'make amends'.
|Translated title of the contribution||Testing the Limits of Restorative Justice: The Case of Corporate Victims|
|Title of host publication||New Visions of Crime Victims|
|Editors||Carolyn Hoyle, Richard Young|
|Pages||133 - 172|
|Number of pages||40|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|