Access to Housing and Health Care in the Urban Community

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Essay #: 072393
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Access to Housing and Health Care in the Urban Community
Introduction
The problem of lack of access to housing is a compelling question in urban sociology. If you add on top of that that many minority groups do not have access to quality healthcare services in urban communities, the problem becomes even more complicated. Particularly in the big cities, there are many homeless people as well as people living in less than ideal housing. Compounded is the fact that many do not have healthcare services when they most need it.
However, many diverse communities are somewhere in between having a large number of homeless people and living in a community where there is adequate housing and services for its cross-cultural population. This paper will...
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