David Levinson, Marcy Ross
Berkshire Publishing Group, 2007 - Social Science - 465 pages
Homelessness is not hopeless. It is a serious social problem but a solvable one-if we, as a society, have the determination. This compact interdisciplinary handbook for scholars, professionals, and activists provides accessible background material as well as practical resources and many examples of programs to help the homeless. Anthropologist David Levinson, who began his research on homelessness in 1971 by living with bums in the Bowery in lower Manhattan, also edited the Encyclopedia of Homelessness.
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