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Introduction I decided to study the homeless situation before we went to England so I tried to get information about it via the internet but it was so much information that I soon gave up When we got to England I thought about changing subject to the pub culture because it seemed easier to write about but after a few days I had seen so many homeless people that I got used to it and therefor dared to talk to them and ask them questions about their situation and why they where homeless Many people just walked right by the homeless without even look at them rather the reverse look another way but other people stopped to talk to them and buy their paper Ive used the homeless people as sources and also their paper When I came home I searched on the internet to get information and there was a lot of it so I choosed some headings and took a closer look at them Whos homeless I thought before I went to England that every homeless person was that by hisher own choice but after talking to them and read about it I know that some of the homeless is that by their own choice They choose to be homeless for different reasons like a protest against the society or just to try the homeless life 25 of the homeless are war veterans and most of them from Vietnam They are mentally traumatised by their war experiences some of them are disable and others are just unable to find work so they can pay a rent 25 of the homeless are children and many of them are alone Theyre maybe run-aways who left home because there was no food at home or because theyre victims of rape incest or violence Many of them are throwaways whose parents tell them to leave home or wont allow them
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