reintegrative


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re·in·te·grate

 (rē-ĭn′tĭ-grāt′)
tr.v. re·in·te·grat·ed, re·in·te·grat·ing, re·in·te·grates
To restore to a condition of integration or unity.

re′in·te·gra′tion n.
re·in′te·gra′tive adj.

reintegrative

(riːˈɪntɪˌɡreɪtɪv)
adj
characterized by integration; tending to restore unity
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In implementing public shaming sanctions via social media websites, sentencing guidelines that require such punishments to include reintegrative elements would eliminate the impression that the punishment was solely being used to humiliate the offender.
Within the program, there is a commitment to the ideal that rehabilitative and reintegrative efforts create attitudinal and behavioral changes in the offender that reduce risk for future offending and promote public safety.
Barnard, Reintegrative Shaming in Corporate Sentencing, 72 S.
It recommends modalities of restorative and reintegrative justice for child pirates that avoid the careless superficiality of immediate release and the retributive heavy-handedness of criminal trials.
Experiments in Restorative Policing: A Progress Report on the Canberra Reintegrative Shaming Experiments (RISE) i-iv (1998), http://www.
They relate to types of classification and risk assessment, including the pre-sentence investigation report; diversion (drug courts, mental health populations, and reentry courts); restorative justice programs such as family conferences, teen courts, reintegrative shaming, community justice, and victim-offender mediation; and probation, including recognizance and suspended sentences.
One of these parallels is the increased use of publicity against young offenders, as a strategy of prevention through deterrence and for reintegrative purposes, and as a way of governing public perceptions of police effectiveness.
The Center for Community Alternatives' mission is to promote reintegrative justice and a reduced reliance on incarceration through advocacy, services and public policy development in pursuit of civil and human rights.
Other topics include shame in classic Chinese philosophy, college students' perceptions of reintegrative shaming for criminals, the role of shame in prisoner confrontations, and suicidal behavior.
but a reintegrative experience--specifically, a reintegration of unconscious wishes that had been disowned because of their painful links with the chronic disillusionment specific to one's traumatic theme(s).
In Timor-Leste, community panels pursued the same goals while also requiring convicted perpetrators to perform reintegrative community service.