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5. Peleg-Koriat, I, & Klar-Chalamish C. (2020). The #MeToo movement and restorative justice: Exploring the views of the public. Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice. 23(3), 239-260.
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8. Klar-Chalamish C, & Peleg-Koriat, I. (in press). From trauma to recovery: Restorative justice conferencing in cases of intrafamilial sexual offenses. Journal of Family Violence.