“Young Homeless People and Urban Space: Fixed in Mobility” book review by Waverly Duck

There is lots of interest in urban ethnography these days. In Symbolic Interaction, for example, Jacob Avery recently reviewed Alice Goffman’s “On the Run”. Whilst many of the urban ethnographies focus on US-American cities, in Europe and the UK urban ethnography also is growing field. Waverly Duck has reviewed Emma Jackson’s “Young Homeless People and Urban Space: Fixed in Mobility”, an ethnography of homeless youth in London. Dr Duck’s review of the book has now been published on Early View. To gt to the review, click on the image below.

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