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AbstractThe histories and service needs of 2 groups of homeless women, those unaccompanied by minor children (n = 46) and those accompanied by minor children (n = 22), were compared, on the basis of their responses to a biennial survey of homeless people in a midsize city in the southeast United...
AbstractScant homeless research has articulated the homeless individual’s experience from the perspective of his privileged access. Ethnographic research was conducted in a large southwest metropolitan city. Facilitated through several weeks of informal observation, it was through 15 weeks of...
AbstractResearch on stress has focused primarily on life-change events and daily hassles as sources of stress that can affect physical and mental health. There is evidence, however that chronic conditions causing stress may be more characteristic of the lives of poor, African Americans. For this...
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