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Working and Nonworking Women: Onset of Homelessness Within the Context of Their Lives
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This article reports on qualitative interviews with 25 women who were former residents of an emergency shelter. The interviews used a personal narrative approach to place the onset of homelessness within the context of the women's lives. The interviews revealed that the onset of homelessness was different for working and nonworking women and that the women gained new perspectives on their problems from living in a shelter. They viewed homelessness as part of the process of solving worse problems. (Author)
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1999
14
1
42-77
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