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Queen's University
 

100 Level Courses

THEO-100 (3) The Vision of Restorative Justice

Explores the criminal justice system and criminology, including gender, race and class implications. Retributive justice and the theoretical bases for restorative justice will be examined. Attention will also be given to spirituality and ethics in a society where violence is prevalent. Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): None

THEO-101 (3) Restorative Justice and the Reshaping of Relationships

Explores restorative justice from the perspective of those especially affected: offenders, victims, families and communities. Reflects on the implications of moving from retributive justice to restorative justice. Dialogue with offenders and victims, and with practitioners of the field of corrections will enrich the experience. Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): None

THEO-102 (3) The Action of Restorative Justice
Explores the broader implications of restorative justice in community life. Several existing models will be considered: basic conflict resolution skills, aboriginal approaches to restoring community, and Circles of Support for released offenders. An experiential approach will involve students in skill-building exercises and practical applications of restorative justice principles. Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): None
 
THEO-103 (6) Supervised Practice of Restorative Justice
Supervised learning experience of ministry (8-10 hours/week) in a context where issues related to restorative justice and corrections can be explored.  Prerequisite: Permission of Director of Restorative Justice
 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000