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Patterns of shelter use among men new to homelessness in later life

Article title: Patterns of shelter use among men new to homelessness in later life: Duration of stay and  psychosocial factors From Journal of Applied Gerontology This article demonstrates that older men who become homeless in later life have unique psychosocial … Continue reading

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Parolees behaving badly: Exploring ways to decrease risky behavior among parolees in the community

Substance Use and Sexual Behavior among Men Prior to Parole Revocation: Prevalence and Correlates From Journal of Correctional Health Care  Police officers are always trying to control the misconduct of those who are on parole in order to control crime … Continue reading

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Sexual violence, social policy and the need to identify sexually positive ways of being a man

Invisible men: social reactions to male sexual coercion – bringing men and masculinities into community safety and public policy From Critical Social Policy  This paper outlines the gendered nature of sexual violence and considers the social reactions to male sexual violence. … Continue reading

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Tackling ‘worklessness’, the impact of a gender blind social policy approach

‘Striking out’: Shifting labour markets, welfare to work policy and the renegotiation of gender performances From Critical Social Policy The continued war against ‘worklessness’ has been highlighted as a priority within UK politics by Prime Minister David Cameron. Welfare to … Continue reading

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