unit 2 homeless - When it comes to the plight of providing...

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Hello class and professor, 1). How do people become homeless? Homelessness often stems from diminishing job opportunities, a rise in poverty resulting from higher market prices, a growing shortage of affordable housing and mental illnesses. Many tax-paying citizens feel that a person brings homelessness upon themselves, but the truth is many people are forced into homelessness and need help for their conditions. 2). How many homeless are victims of violent crimes? Over the past eleven years advocates and shelter workers around the country have received news reports of men, women and even children being harassed, kicked, set on fire, beaten to death, and decapitated in forty-seven states. 3). Who’s reasonability is it to help the homeless?
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Unformatted text preview: When it comes to the plight of providing food, shelter, and assistance to those in need such as the homeless, is this something that our government should be doing (since our gov't is currently spending BILLIONS of dollars to fight a war oversea's) But I believe that local churches are bearing the greatest responsibility? 4). What is chronically homeless? Chronically homeless is defined as an individual who has been continually homeless for over one year. Part 2 I don’t know which one of these topics I will use for my thesis statement. I have doubted this topic for a while. I have been thinking about choosing violent crimes against the homeless cause I believe there would be more to write about....
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This note was uploaded on 07/04/2011 for the course CM220 CM206-01 taught by Professor Carolinegagnon during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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