Dr Emma Jackson’s ‘Young Homeless People and Urban Space: Fixed in Mobility’ is in the running for this year’s BBC Radio Four and British Sociological Association Ethnography Award.
Published in August 2015, the book is based on an innovative multi-method study of the young people using a King’s Cross day centre.
It explores contemporary spaces of homelessness and how space impacts on the self. Taking an expanded view, ‘Young Homeless People and Urban Space’ threads together experiences of organisational spaces, routes taken through the city and the occupation of public space.
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