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|Longitudinal Study:||JH||Title:||Findings from Waves 1 to 4: Development of a Homelessness Typology||Authors:||Tseng, Y.
|Institution:||Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research||Publication Date:||Aug-2014||Pages:||39||Keywords:||Homelessness
|Abstract:||This Research Report, the third in our series, presents overall findings from the first four waves of the JH study, which were conducted over the periods September to November 2011, March to May 2012, September to November 2012 and March to May 2013 respectively. The three key aims of this research report are to: (i) examine respondents’ homelessness -housed transitions over the first four waves of the survey;(ii) develop and test a typology based on housing instability and experiences of homelessness;(iii) use the typology to examine service usage patterns and how this might vary among JH respondents.||URL:||http://www.melbourneinstitute.com/journeys_home/assets/pubs/2014/Johnson%20et%20al%20Journeys%20Home%20Research%20Report%20W3%20%28Reissue%29.pdf||Keywords:||Housing,Affordability -- Stability; Health -- Access to services; Homelessness||Research collection:||Reports and technical papers|
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