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Community and Well‐Being: A Qualitative Study of How Youth Experiencing Homelessness Define Community and its Relations to their Well‐Being
Author(s): Katricia Stewart, Greg Townley
Organization: Journal of Community Psychology
Publication Date: 2020
Prior research with youth experiencing homelessness suggests that community experiences can play an important role in their resilience and well‐being. This literature suggests that a sense of community (SOC) and social support may be two key interpersonal factors related to the well‐being of this population. However, quantitative research exploring these relationships has resulted in inconsistent findings, which may be due to a lack of understand...