The patterns and dynamics of homelessness
This thesis aims to understand and analyse the multidimensional and dynamic character of housing and homelessness utilising survey and census data. Different types of homelessness are conceived as states that sit on a wider housing spectrum ranging from street homelessness to home ownership. Separately identifying these states is important for at least two reasons. Firstly, they are likely to be qualitatively different experiences and made up of populations of different size and composition....[Show more]
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