Welcome to the Chronic Homelessness Research Project. The audio annotated bibliography explores reasons why homeless individuals feel "homeless in a home." This section is in development. Last rev. 1/16/2021
The Chronic Homeless Studies will explore the ways in which the concept of chronic homelessness still has an impact on multiple societies. One of the most important aspects of the research to date reveals that people who receive housing never quite feel housed. They feel "homeless in a home" as indicated through scholarship.
This research study grows out of my second master's graduate student work in psychology through The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I have written multiple graduate student papers and essays on various topics and chronic homelessness, when permitted.
I am two courses short of completing the Applied Research Program (ARP) component of the general psychology graduate program. All other core classes are complete. I expect to complete those last two courses when financial considerations permit. Consideration of a doctoral program will come later.
This research study will produce an audio annotated bibliography to form a contribution argument on the topic. A mission statement, purpose, goals, and learning objectives will be developed over time.
This section is under development. Last rev. 1/16/2021, 1/27/2021