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5 Matching questions

  1. Social Stigma
  2. Stuart Al Rice
  3. Camp La Guardia
  4. Eleanor Roosevelt
  5. Veterans (Percentage of homeless men that are vets?)
  1. a Camp News Report, 1937, called for by Stuart Al Rice
    work camp for poor and homeless men from New York in 1934
    Closed in 2006
  2. b Coined by Ervin Goffman
    Stigma consists of stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination, is the co-occurrence of labeling, stereotyping, separation, status loss, and discrimination
    People are prejudice to homeless, denying them as human
  3. c 41% Homeless Men are veterans
    Homelessness from Great Depression abated when they joined mil in 1940 for WWII
    End of WWII brought homelessness back as a major problem
    Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 (G. I. Bill) helped by providing a range of benefits
  4. d Former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt champion of human rights
    Helped tocreate Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948): Relevance to Homelessness
  5. e 1918 wrote "The Homeless"
    Superintendent of New York's Municipal Lodging House, wrote article ("The Homeless") that lead to significant advances in social policy
    Four-tiered classification system
    1. The Self-Supported
    2. The Temporary Dependent
    3. The Chronically Dependent
    4. The Parasitic
    Called for a farm colony outside the city came to be in 1934 with the establishment of a work camp at Camp La Guardia

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1906 wrote "Glimpses into the Abyss"
    Social reformer in Victorian England
    College grad, worked as a teacher but gave up teaching in 1891 to improve lives of poor and homeless women
    Posed as a poor woman seeking employment in order to better understand women's situation of homelessness
    Founded a women's lodging house and the National Association for Women's Lodging Houses, and opened a school for mothers
  2. An individual or family who: lacks a regular, fixed nighttime residence, who will immediately lose their primary nighttime residence, is fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, other dangerous conditions; Unaccompanied youth under 25 or families w/ children who do not otherwise qualify under homeless under this definition.

    Previous definition was narrow, only helps in determining who needs homeless services at a particular time
  3. Early classified by Martin Luther and John Awdeley
    Stuart Al Rice Classification:
    1. The Self-Supported
    2. The Temporary Dependent
    3. The Chronically Dependent
    4. The Parasitic
    Henry Mayhew Classification
    Those who: Will Work, Cannot Work, Will Not Work
  4. Substance Abuse, Criminality, Mental Illnesses associated with all homeless people
    Homeless make neighborhoods worse
    Belief of personal responsibility for homeless situation
  5. Makeshift houses built by homeless people during the Great Depression as part of Bonus Army
    Named after Herbert Hoover, who was President, blamed

5 True/False questions

  1. Millennium Development GoalsFormer first lady Eleanor Roosevelt champion of human rights
    Helped tocreate Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948): Relevance to Homelessness

          

  2. Act for Relief of the Poor (1601)England, pop. growth and famine in late 1500s increase number of wandering poor
    Deserving vs. Undeserving
    Act codified 1572 compulsory poor law tax, 1576 idea of workhouses,1597 post of "Overseer of the Poor"
    Laws didn't alleviate poverty

          

  3. Definition of PsychologyScientific study of human social behavior, or the science of social interaction, or as the study of society

          

  4. Definition of Political Sciencescientific study of the state, government, political systems and behavior, public policy, international relations, and human rights as codified in national and international law
    Systematic study of human interactions involving power

          

  5. Universal Declaration of Human RightsAn individual or family who: lacks a regular, fixed nighttime residence, who will immediately lose their primary nighttime residence, is fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, other dangerous conditions; Unaccompanied youth under 25 or families w/ children who do not otherwise qualify under homeless under this definition.

    Previous definition was narrow, only helps in determining who needs homeless services at a particular time

          

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