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Title Streetways : chronicling the homeless in Miami / edited by Eugene F. Provenzo, Jr. [and five others] ; photographs by Lewis Wilkinson ; cover design by Theresa Bramblett.
Imprint Charlotte, North Carolina : Information Age Publishing, Inc., 2014.

Series University of Miami School of Education & Human Development
Subject Homelessness -- Florida -- Miami.
Homeless -- Florida -- Miami.
Alt Name Provenzo, Eugene F.,
Wilkinson, Lewis,
Bramblett, Theresa,
Description 1 online resource (xii, 204 pages) : illustrations, photographs.
Note "A Collaborative Project of the Dunspaugh-Dalton Community and Educational Well-Being Research Center and Information Age Publishing."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
Summary "Photographs by Lewis P. Wilkerson StreetWays: Chronicling the Homeless in Miami is a collection of interviews with 28 homeless individuals living in downtown Miami and Miami Beach. Besides extensive photographs of these people and their lives on the street, the book also includes interviews with social service providers, as well as a detailed analysis of homelessness in the United States and more specifically in Miami. The work concludes with a policy analysis and suggestions for addressing issues of homelessness in Miami and the nation" -- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9781623967581 (electronic bk.)
1623967589 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 891397295
Additional Format Print version: Streetways : chronicling the homeless in Miami. Charlotte, North Carolina : Information Age Publishing, Inc., ©2014 xii, 204 pages University of Miami School of Education & Human Development 9781623967567

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