review The Culture of Homelessness
Despite an extensive literature on homelessness there is surprisingly little work that investigates the roots of homelessness by tracking homeless people over time In this fascinating and muchneeded ethnographic study Megan Ravenhill presents the results of ten years' research on the streets and in the hostels and daycentres of th.
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E UK incorporating intensive interviews with 150 homeless and formerly homeless people as well as policy makers and professionals working with homeless peopleRavenhill discusses the biographical structural and behavioural factors that lead to homelessness Amongst the important and uniue features of the study are the use of liferou.
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Te maps showing the circumstances and decisions that lead to homelessness a systematic study of the timescales involved and a survey of people's exit routes from homelessness Ravenhill also identifies factors that predict those most vulnerable to homelessness and factors that prevent or considerably delay the onset of homelessness.