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AbstractSubjective quality of life (SQOL) has been reported to display remarkable resilience to objective circumstances. This is thought to derive from the capacity to interpret experience in positive ways, but is defeated by very adverse circumstances. This raises the question of whether such...
AbstractTreatment of substance abuse among older adults will become increasingly important as the number of aged Americans increases. The abuse of psychoactive substances is a major contributor to excess morbidity, mortality, and homelessness among persons of all ages and socioeconomic strata...
AbstractPublic policymakers in West Virginia have an intense interest in early and continuing educational intervention for the poor. In this view, interventions such as Head Start are a good idea, but they start too late and end too soon. Properly executed, early and continuing intervention is...
AbstractHomeless children are typically exposed to the worst environmental conditions associated with poverty. Despite recent attention to psychosocial risks associated with homelessness, limited attention has been paid to stress-related symptoms in homeless children. Better understanding of...
AbstractIn November 1996, the Atlanta City Council passed an ordinance to prohibit certain “Urban Camping” behaviors on public lands. This paper analyzes the development, passage, and early implementation of Atlanta’s Urban Camping and Improper Use of Public Places ordinance. The ordinance...
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