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|Title:||An alternative to prosecution: A comparative study between restorative service provision in Queensland and Hong Kong|
|Authors:||Ng, Yin Ha (吳燕霞)|
Wong, Gabriel Tsz Wah (黃子華)
|Department:||Department of Applied Social Studies|
|Course:||SS4296 Research Project in Criminology|
|Programme:||Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) in Criminology|
|Instructor:||Prof. Wong, Sing Wing Dennis|
|Subjects:||Restorative justice -- China -- Hong Kong.|
Restorative justice -- Australia -- Queensland.
|Citation:||Ng, Y. H. , & Wong, G. T. W. (2012). An alternative to prosecution: A comparative study between restorative service provision in Queensland and Hong Kong (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS)). Retrieved from City University of Hong Kong, CityU Institutional Repository.|
|Abstract:||The current study aims to examine ways to improve restorative service provision and provide practical implication for future development of restorative justice in Hong Kong, using a documentary comparative study and then supplemented by some interviews with restorative justice practitioners in Queensland and Hong Kong. The results show that the restorative service provision in Hong Kong is still immature when compared to the Queensland system which has adopted the restorative justice measures into the mainstream of criminal justice system. The information collected from several key literatures and interviews are discussed with some precise figures and tables. Lastly, short-term and long-term practical implications are provided regarding the challenges which were raised by the interviewees.|
|Appears in Collections:||OAPS - Dept. of Social and Behavioural Sciences |
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