1. Introduce your paper. What is it about holistically and from a micro-level en
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1. Introduce your paper. What is it about holistically and from a micro-level engagement? What will you present? How will the information be presented?
2. Define and explain what Restorative Justice is AND what it is not. How is it different from the historically punitive orientations associated with criminal justice systems?
3. Reflect on and provide a brief review of a personal situation in which YOU could have benefited from the application of Restorative Justice Principles.
4. What would your conference look like? What would you say? What would you hope that the offender in your situation would say? What are the “walk-away” feelings you desire.
5. What have you learned thus far that has made you (re)consider Restorative Justice as a possible avenue and resource for criminal justice practitioners?
Each paper must follow the Standard Academic Essay Form. The paper must have five paragraphs and not exceed THREE pages, but must be more than TWO pages. You will NOT receive a grade if the paper is over three pages or if it is only two pages.
The appropriate pages should be numbered (bottom right), typewritten with Times New Roman, size 12 font and double spaced (body of paper). There should be standard margins on all sides.
All papers will be graded on the following:
1. Organization of Thought: How well ideas and sections of the paper are structured.
2. Quality of Analysis: How well critical thinking is applied to the topic and the degree to which ideas are thought provoking and thorough.
3. Paper Presentation/Paragraphs: All paragraphs include introductory sentence, explanations or details, and concluding sentence. There is correct use of grammar and punctuation. Paper adhered to stated presentation guidelines (font size and style, spacing, cover sheet, page numbers, etc.).
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