European Journal of Homelessness: Volume 7, Issue 2
- 2013

European Journal of Homelessness, Volume 7.2, December 2013
(Print ISSN : 2030-2762, Online ISSN : 2030-3106 )

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EJH Vol 7.2

Table of Contents and Editorial

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Table of Contents and Editorial

Part A: Articles

Nicholas Pleace and Joanne Bretherton
The Case for Housing First in the European Union: A Critical Evaluation of Concerns about Effectiveness

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Liz Gosme
The Europeanisation of Homelessness Policy: Myth or Reality?

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Boróka Fehér and Anna Balogi
From the Forest to Housing: Challenges Faced by Former Rough Sleepers in the Private Rental Market in Hungary

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Part B: Policy Reviews

Isabel Baptista
The First Portuguese Homelessness Strategy: Progress and Obstacles

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Lars Benjaminsen
Policy Review Up-date: Results from the Housing First-based Danish Homelessness Strategy

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Rita Bence and Éva Tessza Udvarhelyi
The Growing Criminalization of Homelessness in Hungary – A Brief Overview

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Aidan Culhane and Niamh Randall
Reflections on the Leuven Roundtable on Homelessness: the End of the Beginning?

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John van Leerdam
Analysing Costs and Benefits of Homelessness Policies in the Netherlands: Lessons for Europe

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Michel Planije and Mathijs Tuynman
Homelessness Policy in the Netherlands: Nationwide Access to Shelter under Pressure from Local Connection Criteria?

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Olga Theodorikakou, Alexandra Alamanou and Kyriakos Katsadoros
“Neo-homelessness” and the Greek Crisis

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Peter O’Neill
Meeting the Housing Needs of Vulnerable Homeless People in Northern Ireland

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Part C: Think Pieces

Kate Amore
Focusing on Conceptual Validity: A Response

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Part C - Article 1

Michele Lancione
How is Homelessness?

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Simon Güntner and Jamie Harding
Active Inclusion – an Effective Strategy to Tackle Youth Homelessness?

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Part D: Profiling Homelessness - Serbia and Croatia

Mina Petrović and Milena Timotijević
Homelessness and Housing Exclusion in Serbia

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Morena Šoštarić
Homelessness in the Republic of Croatia: A Review of the Social Welfare System for Homeless People

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Part E: Responses to “Preparing Homeless People for Independent Living…”

Ingrid Sahlin
Preparing or Postponing?

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Part E - Article 1

Ronni Michelle Greenwood and Ana Stefancic
Some Additional Thoughts on Housing and Services for Adults with Histories of Homelessness

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Jeremy Swain
A Comment

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Volker Busch-Geertsema
Swimming Can Better be Learned in the Water Than Anywhere Else

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Part F: Responses to “The Discourse of Consumer Choice…”

Nicholas Pleace
Consumer Choice in Housing First

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Deborah K. Padgett
Choices, Consequences and Context: Housing First and its Critics

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Part G: Responses to “Varieties of Punitiveness…”

Don Mitchell
On “Varieties of Punitiveness in Europe’’: A View from the United States

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Stephen Gaetz
The Criminalization of Homelessness: A Canadian Perspective

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Marie-Eve Sylvestre
Narratives of Punishment: Neoliberalism, Class Interests and the Politics of Social Exclusion

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Evelyn Dyb
Neo-liberal versus Social Democratic Policies on Homelessness: The Nordic Case

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Joe Doherty
Situating Homelessness

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Jürgen von Mahs
Punitive Approaches and Welfare State Intervention: Reflections and Future Research Directions

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Part H: Research in Progress

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Progress Report of On-going Research: A Strengths-Based Intervention for Homeless Youths - The Effectiveness and Fidelity of Houvast

The Risk of Homelessness in a Scandinavian Welfare State

Research Project on Prevention of Homelessness in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Caring for the Homeless and the Poor in Greece: Implications for the Future of Social Protection and Social Inclusion

Part I: Book Reviews

Symposium on Jürgen von Mahs (2013) Down and Out in Los Angeles and Berlin: The Sociospatial Exclusion of Homeless People.

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Book Reviews

Filipa Lourenço Menezes (2012)
Percursos Sem-Abrigo. Histórias das ruas de Paris, Lisboa e Londres.

Josef Hegedus, Martin Lux and Nora Teller (Eds.) (2013)
Social Housing in Transition Countries.

Kristina E. Gibson (2011)
Street Kids – Homeless Youth, Outreach and the Policing of New York’s Streets.

Ella Howard (2013)
Homeless: Poverty and Place in Urban America.

Vanessa Oliver (2013)
Healing Home: Health and Homelessness in the Life Stories of Young Women.

Ray Forrest and Ngai-Ming Yip (Eds.) (2013)
Young People and Housing: Transitions, Trajectories and Generational Fractures.

Stadt Wien [City of Vienna] (Ed.; 2012)
Evaluierung Wiener Wohnungslosenhilfe. Zusammenfassung des Endberichts [Evaluation of the Viennese Homeless Service System: Summary of Final Report].

Volker Busch-Geertsema and Ekke-Ulf Ruhstrat (2012)
Mobile Mieterhilfe Bielefeld. Ein Modellprojekt zur Aufsuchenden Präventionsarbeit eines freien Trägers in enger Kooperation mit der Wohnungswirtschaft. Evaluation im Auftrag von Bethel.regional in den von Bodelschwingschen Stiftungen Bethel. [Mobile Debt Management in Bielefeld – Pilot Preventative Services with Home Visits to Tenants with Rent Arrears. by a Non-profit Provider in Close Cooperation with Housing Companies]

Jessie Hohmann (2013)
The Right to Housing – Law, Concepts, Possibilities.