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Street Homelessness and the Architecture of Citizenship
People Place and Policy Online
The perception and experiences of homeless people in relation to the public spaces they occupy and identify as their own, and the corresponding struggle to assert and enact citizenship rights, remains an under-explored area of socio-cultural research. To help make sense of this neglect, I argue that citizenship -as a status and peformative act -is influenced and mediated by a series of complex and fluid interactions between physical, institutional and socio-political landscapes. This argumentdoi:10.3351/ppp.0002.0002.0004 fatcat:dnod7cjygnettj2k5prdvfsv2y