The controversial nature of victim participation

Therapeutic benefits in victim impact statements

A. Pemberton, S. Reynaers

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTherapeutic jurisprudence and victim participation in justice
Subtitle of host publicationInternational perspectives
EditorsE. Erez, M. Kilchlinh, J.J.M. Wemmers
Place of PublicationDurham, North Carolina
PublisherCarolina Academic Publishing
Pages229-248
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Pemberton, A., & Reynaers, S. (2011). The controversial nature of victim participation: Therapeutic benefits in victim impact statements. In E. Erez, M. Kilchlinh, & J. J. M. Wemmers (Eds.), Therapeutic jurisprudence and victim participation in justice: International perspectives (pp. 229-248). Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Publishing.
Pemberton, A. ; Reynaers, S. / The controversial nature of victim participation : Therapeutic benefits in victim impact statements. Therapeutic jurisprudence and victim participation in justice: International perspectives. editor / E. Erez ; M. Kilchlinh ; J.J.M. Wemmers. Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Publishing, 2011. pp. 229-248
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Pemberton, A & Reynaers, S 2011, The controversial nature of victim participation: Therapeutic benefits in victim impact statements. in E Erez, M Kilchlinh & JJM Wemmers (eds), Therapeutic jurisprudence and victim participation in justice: International perspectives. Carolina Academic Publishing, Durham, North Carolina, pp. 229-248.

The controversial nature of victim participation : Therapeutic benefits in victim impact statements. / Pemberton, A.; Reynaers, S.

Therapeutic jurisprudence and victim participation in justice: International perspectives. ed. / E. Erez; M. Kilchlinh; J.J.M. Wemmers. Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Publishing, 2011. p. 229-248.

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Pemberton A, Reynaers S. The controversial nature of victim participation: Therapeutic benefits in victim impact statements. In Erez E, Kilchlinh M, Wemmers JJM, editors, Therapeutic jurisprudence and victim participation in justice: International perspectives. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Publishing. 2011. p. 229-248