Family Homelessness in New York City: A Case Study
Ralph Nunez examines the recent rise in family homelessness in New York City and details the underlying causes and characteristics of family homelessness and its effect on children. He discusses political trends affecting affordable housing and new strategies for transitional housing.
Reckoning with Homelessness, Kim Hopper Reviewed by Ralph Nunez
Housing and Community Development in New York City, Michael H. Schill, ed. Reviewed by Ralph Nunez
A Snapshot of Family Homelessness Across America, Ralph Nunez and Cybelle Fox
Over the Edge: The Growth of Homelessness in the 1980s, Martha R. Burt Reviewed by Ralph Nunez
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