reintegrative shaming

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

reintegrative shaming (plural reintegrative shamings)

  1. (criminal law) This brings together the offending party and the victim/s so that the offender can see the harm and suffering they have inflicted on the victim or the victim’s family. The offender has the opportunity to apologise to the victim and make amends.

ReferencesEdit

  • Cambridge Legal Studies HSC
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