Author: Marjorie J. Robertson,Milton Greenblatt
Publisher: Springer; 1992 edition (January 31, 1992)
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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A National Perspective. Marjorie J. Robertson. Topics in Social Psychiatry.
A National Perspective. Springer Science+Business Media New York.
In a study in Western societies, homeless people have a higher prevalence of mental illness when compared to the general population. They also are more likely to suffer from alcoholism and drug dependency. It is estimated that 20–25% of homeless people, compared with 6% of the non-homeless, have severe mental illness. Others estimate that up to one-third of the homeless suffer from mental illness. Studies have found that there is a correlation between homelessness and incarceration.
Homelessness: A National Perspective (Topics in Social Psychiatry). 0306437899 (ISBN13: 9780306437892).
Marjorie J Robertson. Homelessness: A national perspective. The purpose of this study was to gather information about homeless adolescents, a largely invisible and understudied population. Marjorie J Robertson. This book is designed to provide a broad perspective on homelessness in the United States during this era by looking at both individual homeless persons and the context in which they experienced homelessness View.
Homelessness : A National Perspective Hardback. Part of the Topics in Social Psychiatry series. Out of stock - More expected soon. Distinguished contributors analyze the problem of homelessness from a clinical perspective, focusing on the major health problems found among the homeless, special populations within the homeless, and strategies for improvement and change.
p. cm. - (Topics in social psychiatry) Includes bibliographical references and Index. 1. Homelessness-United States. We are introducing a new book series, Topics in Social Psychiatry, in an effort to reintroduce the importance of context to the welfare of our patients. Just as we are reawakening to the fragility of our environment and its immediate and long-term effect on our lives, this series attempts to refocus on the psychosocial, spiritual, and political contexts that affect our patients.
The National Survey of Psychiatric Morbidity in Great Britain. on, homelessness, and the myth of psychiatric abandonment: A structural anthropology perspective. Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 44, Issue. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, Vol. 30, Issue.
Homelessness is the big problem in Unite State. It’s like a group that people are living in the street. People become homeless for many kinds of reason although sometimes not their willing to be. Not only in the United States, but also in other countries had the same problem. People become homeless for many kinds of reason. So, homelessness is international problems. Also, a country has a lot homeless, it will affect the children. Children are the hope of the country, if the children cannot grow up normally, the country cannot be better even decline.
This book promises to become a standard reference for understanding the underlying logic and trajectories of. .
This book promises to become a standard reference for understanding the underlying logic and trajectories of post-Soviet politics. William Reno, Northwestern University. Patronal Politics is an incredibly important contribution to the social science literature on Eurasia, as well as the more general comparative politics literature on regime types. Indeed, because of the book's theoretical and empirical scope, it is likely to be one of the most significant works yet on post-1991 Eurasian politics.
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