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|Title:||Home Street Home Homelessness - A Case Study of Hamilton|
|Keywords:||homeless, proverty, streets, survival, Hamilton, homelessness in Hamilton, Factors affecting Homeless, housing, cost, housing cost, cost of living, rental cost, elderly homeless, youth homeless, affordable housing, income, de-institutionalization, NIMBY|
|Abstract:||<p> Existing in our society today are a number of people that live in the streets and use emergency shelter services for the basic needs of survival. This research report attempts to define the scale and nature of homelessness using Hamilton as a case study. It is a descriptive analysis that provides a synopsis of homelessness in Hamilton and provides recommendations based on individuals that directly work with the homeless. This research invovles a first hand perspective experience with working with the homeless. Therefore, it incorporates the human element involved in homelessness. </p>|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Dissertations and Theses|
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