Review of Adult intentions, student perceptions: How restorative justice is used in schools to control and engage

Karlie M. Garcia, Lisa S. Romero

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/er.v27.2815

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Adult Intentions, Student Perceptions: How Restorative Justice is Used in Schools to Control and to Engage

Author: Kristin E. Reimer
Abstract: Adult Intentions, Student Perceptions provides the opportunity to delve deeply into the stories of two schools and the adults and young people who inhabit them, and consider the broad impact that differing educator understandings of RJ have on students.Adult Intentions, Student Perceptions is a timely book for RJ advocates and critics alike. It challenges a common assumption of some RJ advocates that implementing RJ necessarily creates a classroom environment of social engagement (where students are empowered to engage with one another and think critically, and school relationships and hierarchies are transformed). 
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Education Review

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ISSN: 1094-5296