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Kaitlyn Hardin Herbert English 101-2 12 December 2013 Homelessness Annotated Bibliography Bassuk, Ellen L., and Lynn Rosenberg. "Why does family homelessness occur? A case-control study." American Journal of Public Health 78.7 (1988): 783-788. This article was focused on the correlation and similarities/differences between homeless female-headed homes and housed female-headed homes.
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Vulnerable Populations Anamarie Donegan BSHS/302 March 21, 2011 Monique Foster Vulnerable Populations There are many different populations in society today. Many of these populations face more challenges than others. One such population is the homeless population. “There are 671,859 people experiencing homelessness on any given night in the United States” (National Alliance to End Homelessness). In this paper, the topic of discussion will be the vulnerable state of homeless people and how critical thinking is used to identify the causes of problems or issues for this population.
(2014, September 21). The Five Stages of the Policy-Making Process. EHow. Retrieved from www.ehow.com/info_10040221_five-stages-policymaking- process.html National Health Care for the Homeless Council. (n.d.).
According surveys, I think high unemployment rate and low employment rate, mental illness and domestic violence can cause people becoming homeless in America. Poverty is closely linked to homeless. Poverty due to high employment rate and low employment rate can trap individuals and can lead to homelessness. Although the United States is recovering from the worst financial crisis in 2008 since the Great Depression, there are still many homeless people suffering from the crisis. Many homeless people who have jobs and can't avoid homelessness, escaping homelessness is virtually impossible for those without a job.