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links between begging, rough sleeping and the Big Issue in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Suzanne Fitzpatrick

links between begging, rough sleeping and the Big Issue in Glasgow and Edinburgh

by Suzanne Fitzpatrick

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Published by Joseph Rowntree Foundation in [York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Big Issue.,
  • Begging -- Scotland -- Edinburgh.,
  • Begging -- Scotland -- Glasgow.,
  • Homelessness -- Scotland -- Edinburgh.,
  • Homelessness -- Scotland -- Glasgow.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Suzanne Fitzpatrick and Catherine Kennedy.
    SeriesFindings -- no. 510
    ContributionsKennedy, Catherine., Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15531810M

    Big Issue vendor tells his powerful story in book for men's mental health. By Hannah Westwater. Government must not lose ‘golden opportunity to end rough sleeping’ © The Big Issue Company Ltd, Fonthill Road, Finsbury Park, London, N4 3HH.   Fitzpatrick, S. and Kennedy, C. (), Getting By: Begging, Rough Sleeping and The Big Issue in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Bristol: The Policy Press. Bristol: The Policy Press. Fitzpatrick, S. and Kennedy, C. () The links between begging and rough sleeping: a question of legitimacy?

    A skipper is a term used to describe a rough sleeping site. It doesn’t actually have anything to do with skips, more likely an old term used for a temporary bunk, possibly a nautical term. If someone is skippering then they are sleeping rough. Is there a safe way to sleep rough? No. Rough sleeping is bad for you in every way.   There was one person begging every 75 metres along the so-called Style Mile which takes in Argyle Street, Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow – 22 beggars in a single mile.

    Begging, Rough Sleeping and Social Exclusion: Implications for Social Policy Article in Urban Studies 38(11) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Fitzpatrick, S. and Kennedy, C. () Getting By: Begging, Rough Sleeping and The Big Issue in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Bristol: The Policy Press. Fitzpatrick, S. and Klinker S. () A Bibliography of Single Homelessness Research, Bristol: Policy Press.


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Begging: the global context and international comparisons”, in Dean, H. Begging questions: stress level economic activity and social policy failure. This paper explores the implications for social policy arising from a detailed study of begging in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

It reassesses the common understanding of begging as a 'homelessness issue' and demonstrates that, while rough sleeping was almost invariably implicated in people's routes into begging in these cities, securing accommodation was far from a guaranteed 'route out'.

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This paper explores the implications for social policy arising from a detailed study of begging in Glasgow and Edinburgh. It reassesses the common understanding of begging as a 'homelessness issue' and demonstrates that, while rough sleeping was almost invariably implicated in people's routes into begging in these cities, securing accommodation was far from a guaranteed Cited by: