Articles by CCC Founding Director Lauren Abramson
Keeping it restorative: Focusing on all emotions and not just shame by L. Abramson (1998). Correctional Psychologist, 30 (2,3) 1-4.
Transforming conflict in the inner city: Community Conferencing in Baltimore by L. Abramson & DB Moore (2001). Contemporary Justice Review, 4(3-4), 321-340.
The Psychology of Community Conferencing by L. Abramson & DB Moore (2002). In: (J. Perry, Ed.)Restorative Justice: Repairing Communities through Restorative Justice. American Correctional Association, 123-140.
Community Conferencing: Using Conflict To Build Community by L. Abramson. (2006). In: (L. Luisson Ed.) La Mediazione Come Strumento Di Intervento Sociale [Mediation as a Tool for Social Intervention]. Milano: FrancoAngeli, 273-286.
Conferencing with Young Offenders
A New Approach to Juvenile Justice: An Evaluation of Family Group Conferencing in Wagga Wagga, Australia by D.B. Moore and L. Forsyth (1995). A report to the Criminology Research Council. Wagga Wagga, Australia: Centre for Rural Social Research, Charles Stuart University-Riverina.
Restorative Justice Conferences as an Early Response to Young Offenders
Community Justice Conferences Technical Report 1 to the National Institute of Justice by L. Sherman, J. Braithwaite, H. Strang, G. Barnes and N. Inkpen (1998). Canberra, Australia
A report of the RISE (Reintegrative Shaming Experiments) studies.
Conferencing in Australia and New Zealand: Variations, Research Findings, and Prospects by K. Daly (2001). In A. Morris and G. Maxwell, Restorative Justice for Juveniles. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 59-83.
Returning Justice to the Community: The Indianapolis Juvenile Restorative Justice Experiment by E. McGarrell, K Olivares, K. Crawford and N. Kroorand (2000). Indianapolis, IN.: Hudson Institute Crime Control Policy Center.
Restorative Conferencing in Inner-City Albany: From Retribution to Resolution by Mary Shafer (2005)