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Z. Lin, A. Brannigan
The study explored the issues surrounding the analysis of non-stationary time series, illustrate innovations designed to address such problems, and demonstrate how such methods can be used in the dynamic analysis of social phenomena. The need for...
Scholarly literature on sexuality and homeless youth has focused almost exclusively on young people nested within a culture of risk on the streets. This study broadens the body of work on this population by exploring how homeless and runaway youth...
T. Sanders
Summary. For female street sex workers in Britain, selling sex means managing risks. Violence from male clients, harassment from community protesters and criminalisation through overpolicing are daily hazards on the street. Using qualitative data...
Stefan Priebe, Aleksandra Matanov, Ruth Schor, Henrique Barros, Margaret M. Barry, Edina Gabor, Tim Greacen, Petra Holcnerová, Ulrike Kluge, Vincent Lorant, Jacek Moskalewicz, Aart H. Schene
This study explored the experiences and views of experts in 14 European countries regarding the mental health care for six socially marginalised groups: long-term unemployed; street sex workers; homeless; refugees/asylum seekers; irregular migrants...
Jamie Chai Yun Liew
“How do we live together in a community? How do we share common space?” are questions Justice Brown of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice asked in November this past year.1 The courts are increasingly arbitrating disputes in public spaces in our...
Kesia Reeve
The wide-ranging literature on deviance and stigma rarely allows for disjuncture between action (behavior) and disposition (values): individuals act deviantly because they are deviant, or they re-present deviant actions as consistent with dominant...
Kimberly A Tyler, Dan R Hoyt, Ana Mari Cauce
Path analysis was used to investigate the impact of childhood sexual abuse on later sexual victimization among 372 homeless and runaway youth in Seattle. Young people were interviewed directly on the streets and in shelters by outreach workers in...
Tara Lyons, Andrea Krüsi, Leslie Pierre, Adrienne Smith, Will Small, Kate Shannon
Purpose: Little is known about trans womens' experiences accessing gender-segregated health and housing services, particularly services for marginalized individuals living in poverty. As such, we conducted a qualitative investigation into...
A. O’Carroll, N. Irving, J. O’Neill, E. Flanagan
Abstract Background Homeless people have excessively high morbidity and mortality rates, yet they face barriers accessing primary care. A mobile health clinic, staffed by GP registrars, was developed to provide services to homeless people,...
Kim Thuy Seelinger, Julie Freccero
The aim of the study is to generate research-based evidence to inform donors, policymakers, and international and local actors about types of relevant models, priority challenges, and promising practices. The study focused on three key objectives:...
Motilal Mahamallik
Homelessness is a worldwide phenomenon, and getting aggravated due to rapid urbanisation and increasing vulnerability and sluggish growth of rural economy. Homelessness is one of the worst forms of vulnerability that exposes homeless people to all...