Analyzing the Restorative Justice Principles and Aspects within Jurupa Unified School District’s Student Youth Court Program through an Ethnographic Lens
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Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
@2023 Camille Hermosillo
An ethnographic documentation and paper on my experience as a high school student participating in a restorative justice program called Student Youth Court. Recalling on my experiences, I will layout the process of the program and my service for the evaluation of the program’s function and practice in alignment with the restorative justice principles and concepts. First, I will analyze and elaborate on the restorative justice principles outlined by Howard Zehr and other theorists, and advocates of restorative justice. Based on the establishment and foundational concepts, I will evaluate andcompare my program’s effectiveness and alignment with these concepts in an evaluation on the environment, language, and structure within the program. I will then provide my recommendations and establish the manners in which the program can improve and exceed in becoming an exemplary restorative justice model program.
Hermosilllo, Camille, "Analyzing the Restorative Justice Principles and Aspects within Jurupa Unified School District’s Student Youth Court Program through an Ethnographic Lens" (2023). CMC Senior Theses. 3255.
This thesis is restricted to the Claremont Colleges current faculty, students, and staff.