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Choose TWO of the following four essay questions, and in NO MORE THAN 500 WORDS each (1000 TOTAL), answer the questions. Please observe the following guidelines:  Reference and cite all sources and quotations using APA, 6th edition. You do not need a separate bibliography for each question.  Please double space your answers, using only 12 point font.  Please do not waste time on lengthy introductions or on conclusions. Simply answer the question.

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Homelessness in Australia Structure Economy Distribution of wealth Homelessness organizations Homelessness Housing Humanitarian aid Socioeconomics Sociological imagination Social class Homelessness in Canada Herbert Blumer
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Homelessness in Australia Structure Economy Distribution of wealth Homelessness organizations Homelessness Housing Humanitarian aid Socioeconomics Sociological imagination Social class Homelessness in Canada Herbert Blumer
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In this essay homelessness and the effect society has on it be addressed as well as the conflict theory perspective and how it helps to understand how society functions. . Two main points will be discussed in context to the reasons for homelessness and how this can be explained. Firstly, what constitutes homeless will be discussed and the reasons behind why people fall homeless. And finally, the conflict perspective will be discussed to explain why homelessness exists and how this contributes and impacts society. What is a social problem A social problem is a condition within society that disrupts the normal function of that society according to Herbert Blumer (1971). Homelessness is a social problem that affects a large portion of society and is a problem that changes views and values of that society. Homelessness does not have a se...
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