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Homelessness



A person and families are considered homeless , if they live outdoors without shelter
(кров),
temporarily housed in hostels, night shelters, institutions such as psychiatric hospitals, and those temporarily
(временно)
accommodated
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пристраивать)
by relatives or friends .
Persons living in poverty are most at risk of becoming homeless,
and demographic groups who
are more likely to experience poverty
are also more likely to
experience homelessness.
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Social Problems

the divine will and specific devotional, organizational and other rules under specific codes, such as Islamic sharia or Roman Catholic canon law. Homelessness Homelessness is the condition and social category of people who lack housing, because they cannot afford, or are otherwise unable to maintain, regular, safe, and adequate shelter. The term "homelessness" may also include people whose primary nighttime residence is in a homeless shelter, in an institution that provides a temporary residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or in a public or private place not designed for use as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings. A small number of people choose to be homeless nomads, such as some Romani people (Gypsies) and members of some subcultures. An estimated 100 million people worldwide are homeless. The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

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Housing

Owning was made easier by government policies which offered people various kinds of financial assistance to help them do so. There are organizations which run their properties like a business but are obliged to run them for social benefit. Homelessness Number s of people who have nowhere to live vary, but at the present time they probably stand between a quarter and a half million. All reasons amout to the simple fact that there isnt enough affordable accommodation for them. Most homeless families find temporary accomodation in boarding houses. Some people find even more temporary shelter in hostels for the homeless. Some just live on the streets. In many cases, the homeless are those with personal problems which make it difficult for them to settle down. In some cases, they are peple who simply dont want to settle down. The future More an more people want to live on their own or in small families. Millions of new homes will need to be built in the next decade or so.

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HOUSE AND HOME tööleht

For most British people having their own garden is a must. Smaller houses usually have both a front and back garden with a neat lawn and flowerbeds. It is not unusual for an Englishman’s garden to cover only 3 or 4 sq m in front of the house. It is also possible to grow flowers and vegetables on an allotment – a piece of land rented for a low price from the local council. Another alternative is flower-boxes, attached to the windows or hanging flower-pots. Britain has many homeless people (280,000 as of 2019) who have to or choose to sleep outdoors or in temporary hostels. They also have their own magazine, the Big Issue, which talks about the problems of living in the streets. The Big Issue magazine currently sells over 83,000 copies in the UK every week. Vendors buy The Big Issue magazine for £1.25 and sell it for £2.50, meaning each seller is a micro-entrepreneur who is working, not begging

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Essee, Homelessness

Homelessness Every night thousands of people are on the streets. This type of behavior is considered deviant because it does not reflect the norms and values of our society. In many cases the homeless people in our country are treated as total outcasts. Many of these people have severe mental disorders. Some are victims of an economy that has failed them. The homeless are in need. As fellow humans we are obligated to help those in need. They are not only in need of money, but they are also in need of our attention and our support. In the past fifty years the United States has invested more money in helping the homeless people than any other country in the world. The result is that we have more poor people now and more people dependent on the government than we did fifty years ago. The welfare program in our society has failed

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Education

Education Education is so multifaceted that it is difficult for me to know where to begin discussing it, or how to prioritize the many factors. Relaying my own experience is easy: I had a standard classroom approach, supplemented by inordinate reading. In only the briefest and least memorable instances did I receive any individual tutoring. Education is commonly thought of as the job of schools. Adults cry "educate our children!" Everyone has opinions about the best way to do the job. It is of urgent importance, and all the numerous factors are much studied, debated, and new (or old) ideas continually tested or retested. Some people say "it's as simple as . . . " and then name their pet peeve or passion. My view is not of an education specialist, but of one who loves sharing what I learn, and owes much to educators. Since I don't have an educational theory neatly worked-out, nor an outline of my perceptions, my intent is to address each educational ingredient that comes to my m

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Health

Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. History 2.1. Early Hospitals 2.2 Recent developments 3. The National Health Service 4. Diseases 5. First Aid 6. Medicine and elements of medical care 7. Doctors 8. Ways of keeping health 9. Conclusion 10.Used materials 1. Introduction The human body is just like a machine with many parts. Each part has a special job, and all the parts work together to keep you alive and healthy. Good health is one of the most important things in life. There are certain things we can do to stay healthy. We should eat a balanced diet that includes the right kinds of food and drink plenty of clean, fresh water. We should exercise regularly, strengthening our muscles and keeping us in shape. Exercise helps the blood circulate around our bodies, cleaning out waste and supplying plenty of oxygen. It is also important what we get enough sleep. The number of hours we sleep we need depend on our age. Young babies sleep for 20-22 hours

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All Our Kin

LL URKI Carol Stack I~I ZAPADOCESKA W I,, , ""-,", , ", , , ",,"" UNIVERZITA v Plzni ;Q;3 i 43(194873:9: NENIC MNE! BasicBooks A Subsidiary of Perseus Books, L.L.c. CON,EN,S Dedicated with respect and admiration to my parents, Ruth and Isadore Berman, to my friend Acknowlcdg men ts vii "Huby Banks," and to the other people of The Introduction ix Flats I. The Flats 1 ZapadoCi',,"

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Psühholoogia bioloogiline-, kognitiivne- ja sotsiaalne vaade

PSYCHOLOGY PART 1: CORE Biological level of analysis Outline principles that define the biological level of analysis. 1) Behavior can be innate, because it is genetically based. Evolution may play a key role in behavior. 2) Animals may be studied as a means of understanding human behavior. 3) There are biological correlates of behavior. Cognitions, emotions and behaviors are products of the anatomy and physiology of our nervous and endocrine system. Explain how principles of the biological level of analysis may be demonstrated in research. 1) Correlational studies: Study by Buss, who hypothesized that across cultures, men will prefer to marry younger women because of greater reproductive capacity and women will place greater value on a potential mate's earning potential to provide survival advantages. This evolutionary hypothesis was tested in 37 cultures by sending out questioners. 2) Twin studies (type of correlational stud

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