Homelessness and Social Inclusion

Social Inclusion is a peer-reviewed open access journal which provides academics and policy-makers with a forum to discuss and promote a more socially inclusive society. The theme for this issue of Social Inclusion is homelessness. The articles listed below are included in the journal. You can access them by clicking on their titles, or download the full journal through the link above. 

Researching Homelessness: Challenging Exclusion?

Isobel Anderson , Masa Filipovic and Joe Finnerty

Housing First and Social Integration: A Realistic Aim?

Deborah Quilgars and Nicholas Pleace 

Intentions to Move from Homelessness to Social Inclusion: The Role of Participation Beliefs, Attitudes and Prior Behaviour

Julie Christian , Dominic Abrams , David Clapham , Daniella Nayyar and Joseph Cotler 

Complex Needs or Simplistic Approaches? Homelessness Services and People with Complex Needs in Edinburgh

Manuel Macias Balda 

Contradictory and Intersecting Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion of Street Youth in Salvador, Brazil

Marit Ursin 

Japanese Social Exclusion and Inclusion from a Housing Perspective

Yoshihiro Okamoto 

The Prevalence of Rough Sleeping and Sofa Surfing Amongst Young People in the UK

Anna Clarke 

Rural Homelessness in Western Canada: Lessons Learned from Diverse Communities

Jeannette Waegemakers Schiff, Rebecca Schiff and Alina Turner 

Preventing, Reducing and Ending LGBTQ2S Youth Homelessness: The Need for Targeted Strategies

Alex Abramovich 

Outsiders Within: Claiming Discursive Space at National Homelessness Conferences in Canada

Emily Paradis

The ‘Arc of Prosperity’ Revisited: Homelessness Policy Change in North Western Europe

Isobel Anderson, Evelyn Dyb and Joe Finnerty

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