Crimes, Homelessness, Mental Disorders

Introduction The health and well being of the youth are vital to a country’s future. The Australian government’s efforts to build an improved society are ambitious. Australian policy makers have set determined targets for a better future for its young populace with the help of policies and initiatives (AIHW, 2011). Numerous initiatives are in place […]

Group proposal: Ending chronic homelessness in United Kingdom

Introduction Each year, roughly 1% of the United Kingdom population, some 1-2 million people, experiences a period of homelessness that puts such individuals in contact with homeless care providers and no less than 750,000 individuals are homeless in the United Kingdom at any given period (Burt et al, 2010). People facing homelessness can gain from […]

The Causes and Impacts of Homelessness

Introduction Homeless families and individuals live without adequate shelters and basic needs. The homeless is a category of people who face severe forms of economic and social conditions. There are hardly any homeless conditions that do not compromise human health or complicate their ability to access basic needs including, food, health, education and financial services. […]

Poverty, Homelessness and Discrimination in Australia: The case of the Aboriginal

Thesis statement Poverty among the Aboriginals is a capitalist class variability that was socially constructed. From the out look, it looks like an inevitable consequence of laws of nature, but it is a socially constructed problem that can be solved. Introduction This paper has explored Marxian conceptions on Historical materialism, exploitation and class system in […]

Homelessness and Schizophrenia

Introduction Schizophrenia is commonly known as a mental disease or disorder. However, the ailment is chronic and affects the brain. There are several factors that are known to contribute to schizophrenia. One such factor is genes and environment of an individual’s upbringing. Another major factor is brain damage that causes an imbalance in brain functions. […]

Homelessness in the United States

Homelessness is a staid predicament in the United States and according to a recent research; there are approximately seven million homeless people in America. Furthermore, the subject of homelessness has remained a mounting concern within the United States of America. Additionally, a variety of factors contributes to homelessness and they are deep within the makeup […]

Homelessness as World Problem

Homelessness is a serious social issue affecting the society globally. In the US, homelessness is on the increase because of economic melt- down and foreclosures. Homelessness affects young adults, people dismissed from prisons and people without health insurance. In addition, these groups have severe problems such as physical disabilities; suffer from alcoholism and mental illnesses […]

Homelessness in Vancouver, Canada: Discussing its Causes & Effects

There is a massive and unprecedented scale of homelessness in advanced industrialized countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada, among others. In the Canadian context, homelessness is a mounting risk for many immigrant families who are increasingly experiencing severe challenges finding affordable, adequate, and sustainable housing (Preston et al., 2009). The […]

Homelessness as the Scourge of the Modern Society: The Causes, the Outcomes and the Means to Eliminate It

It goes without saying that homelessness is one of the greatest problems of the modern society and that it has to be dealt with as soon as possible. According to the recent researches, life conditions in the world’s major countries has slightly improved since recently, yet the rates of poverty leave much to be desired […]