On becoming homeless: the shelterization process for homeless families
On Becoming Homeless, building on Sutherland and Locke's 1936 study of homeless men, defines stages of shelterization as experienced by homeless families. In addition, this study applies Goffman's concept of mortification to an institution that is not a total institution, specifically two homeless shelters.
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Homelessness Through Time
Arrangements for Assistance
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