Invisible Networks: Networked Homelessness

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Although the condition of homelessness as a symptom of our soceity has not changed dramatically since the Reagan Era, perhaps by examining networked systems in the past several decades new trends may begin to emerge that demonstrate how not only institutions are better equipped to navigate this subculture through socio-economic pathways, but also to connect with and cast larger networks to help them find self-agency and power within collectivity. This book makes no attempt at discovering the cause of homelessness or the cure, but rather is an exploration of places, technologies, organizations, and people that provide opportunities for those without a place in the city, allowing them to grow their own connections across borders and finding a place in the gaps that foster stability and support, instead of isolation.
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September 28, 2011
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