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Cityscape - Volume 13 Number 1


Discovering Homelessness

Volume 13, Number 1

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga


Discovering Homelessness

Guest Editor: Sandra Susan Brunson

Guest Editor's Introduction

A Cross-Level Analysis of the Relationship Between Organizational Culture and Technology Use Among Homeless-Services Providers
Courtney Cronley, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

From Exclusion to Destitution: Race, Affordable Housing, and Homelessness
George R. Carter III, U.S. Census Bureau

From Street Life to Housing: Consumer and Provider Perspectives on Service Delivery and Access to Housing
Tatjana Meschede, Brandeis University

A British Perspective: Reflections on the Cityscape Symposium
Julie Christian, University of Birmingham
Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Heriot-Watt University

Symposium Appendix: Analysis of Scholarly Impact of Doctoral Dissertation Program Grantees

Refereed Papers

The Homeownership Experience of Households in Bankruptcy
Sarah W. Carroll, University of Pennsylvania
Wenli Li, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia


Policy Briefs: Neighborhood Stabilization Program
Paul A. Joice

Graphic Detail: Satisfaction With Local Conditions and the Intention To Move
Richard N. Engstrom, Kennesaw State University
Nathan Dunkel, Kennesaw State University

Data Shop: Home Maintenance and Investment Decisions
Elliot D. Williams, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Data Shop: Tracking the Housing Bubble Across Metropolitan Areas – A Spatio-Temporal Comparison of House Price Indices
Laurie Schintler, George Mason University
Emilia Istrate, George Mason University


Impact of the Rule on the Use of Public Housing Capital Funds for Financial Activities
Yves S. Djoko, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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