Red Dust Homelessness Housing Home And Homelessness

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Drawing on the perspectives of service providers, this paper discusses contested understandings of home and homelessness as well as housing and service provision in two remote Western Australian mining towns. The key findings were that normative policy definitions of homelessness that focused on 'living in a house ' .Request PDF | 'Red dust homelessne | Homelessness is often conceptualised as an urban problem. However, significant numbers of people experiencing homelessness live in regional, rural and remote areas, where distances can be considerable and there are fewer housing options and services available toist .Abstract Homelessness is often conceptualised as an urban problem. However, significant numbers of people experiencing homelessness live in regional, rural and remote areas, where distances can be considerable and there are fewer housing options and services available toist them. Drawing on the perspectives of . - The de.s of bibliography - 'Red dust homelessness ': housing, home and homelessness in remote Australia..

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