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|Publisher:||Praeger (November 19, 1985)|
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Home Browse Books Book details, Shadow Justice: The Ideology and. This book, however, focuses on an area of alternative dispute resolution that reflects the dominant ideology and of informalism-the neighborhood justice center.
Home Browse Books Book details, Shadow Justice: The Ideology and. Shadow Justice: The Ideology and of Alternatives to Court. By Christine B. Harrington. The social conflicts brought to the neighborhood justice center are the minor criminal and civil complaints told to police, prosecutors, and lower court judges. the conflicts that surface, or become visible, as minor disputes are so pervasive in everyday life that they may seem invisible.
Shadow Justice: The Ideology and of Alternatives to Court. Harrington (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1985. Richard J. Maiman (a1). University of Southern Maine. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 August 2014.
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This first critical examination of informal dispute processing links the institutionalization of alternatives to the court process and the ideology of informalism with the evolution of the American court system. The author connects dispute processing reform to the broader social and political context in which it developed, including the rise of judicial management in the Progressive period and the reconstruction of court unification in the 1970s. Harrington defines legal resources and their distribution in alternative dispute resolution policy before focusing on the institutionalization of this reform in a case study of a federally sponsored Neighborhood Justice Center. In conclusion, Harrington finds that the symbols of informalism and its institutions are a mere shadow of conventional legal practices.