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Homelessness Handbook

Homelessness Handbook

$150.00

A thorough but compact and accessible text for undergraduates, professionals, and activists, written and edited by leading historians and social scientists who study homelessness.

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Packed with stories as well as thorough research and analysis from leading historians and social scientists, and compiled by the editor in chief of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Homelessness, the compact Homelessness Handbook is ideal for undergraduate courses and “will be indispensable for professionals working either to help people who are homeless or to address the causes of homelessness. It deserves high praise for its thoroughness…the essays do an excellent job of presenting the many issues related to this topic… Summing Up: Highly recommended.” —CHOICE. 

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Editor

David H. Levinson, Berkshire Publishing Group, Marcy Ross, Formerly Berkshire Publishing Group

ISBN

9781933782034

Volumes

1

Pages

468

Reviews

  1. Choice: September 2007

    This handbook will be indispensable for professionals working either to help people who are homeless or to address the causes of homelessness. It deserves high praise for its thoroughness…the essays do an excellent job of presenting the many issues related to this topic…Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower-lever undergraduates through professionals/practitioners.

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