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eBook Social Work and the Undeserving Poor (Occasional paper - University of Birmingham, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies ; no. 37) ePub
Author: Robin Means
Language: English
ISBN: 0704402823
ISBN13: 978-0704402829
Publisher: University of Birmingham Centre for Urban & Reg.Studs. (December 1977)
Pages: 134
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Means, Social Work and the Undeserving Poor, Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham, Occasional Paper no. 37 (1977) p. 3. oogle Scholar. 66. J. Lambert, B. Blackaby and C. Paris, Neighbourhood Politics and Housing Opportunities, Centre for Environmental Studies Conference Paper (London: 1975) p. 68. N. Lewis, ‘Council Housing Allocation: Problems of Discretion and Control’, Public Administration, vol. 54 (1976) p. 15. rossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Recent papers in Deserving and Undeserving Poor. Using data from sources including housing providers, tenants, and the local homelessness count, we demonstrate the significant unemployment and low median incomes for oneperson LINS households, and describe how this household type, more than any other, experiences core housing need and homelessness.

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