Justice With Her Eyes Wide Open: Situated Knowledges, Diversity and Correctional Education in the Post-Modern Era (Part II)

Wright, Randall L.
March 2001
Journal of Correctional Education;Mar2001, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p33
Academic Journal
Part II. Considers the influence of the knowledge debates on the thinking about federally sentenced women in Canada. Restorative justice movement; Paradigms of justice; Analysis of 'Creating Choices,' a report which documented the plight of women in Canadian corrections and remedies for their unfair treatment.


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