Down on Their Luck A Study of Homeless Street People
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Description: David Snow and Leon Anderson show us the wretched face of homelessness in late twentieth-century America in countless cities across the nation. Through hundreds of hours of interviews, participant observation, and random tracking of homeless people through social service agencies in Austin, Texas. Snow and Anderson reveal who the homeless are, how they live, and why they have ended up on the streets. Debunking current stereotypes of the homeless. "Down on Their Luck" sketches a portrait of men and women who are highly adaptive, resourceful, and pragmatic. Their survival is a tale of human resilience and determination, not one of frailty and disability.
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Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: University of California Press
Publication date: 2/12/1993
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Studying the Homeless|
|A Grounded Typology of Homeless Street People|
|Life on the Streets: Daily Routines and Survival Strategies|
|The Subculture of Street Life|
|Wage Labor and Institutionalized Assistance|
|Salvaging the Self|
|Dynamics of Homelessness|
|Pathways to the Street|