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Immigrant women living homeless in Madrid (Spain)



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Vázquez Cabrera, José Juan and Panadero Herrero, Sonia and García-Pérez, Carmelo (2020) Immigrant women living homeless in Madrid (Spain). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 90 (5). pp. 633-643. ISSN 1939-0025

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1037/ort0000488


Homeless people are one of the most obvious embodiments of the phenomenon of social exclusion, and homeless immigrants and homeless women are considered two particularly vulnerable groups. The objective of this paper is to analyze the differences between women living homeless born in Spain (non-immigrants) and those born abroad (immigrants). The study was carried out based on the data obtained from a sample of women living homeless in Madrid (Spain) (n=136). The information was collected using a structured interview. The results show major similarities between immigrant and non-immigrant homeless women in terms of their basic socio-demographic characteristics (age, marital status, number of children), their state of health, satisfaction with their family and/or partner relationships, and feelings of loneliness or abandonment. Fewer immigrant women had their documentation in order, they received fewer financial benefits and their contact with their family of origin was more limited. However, the immigrant women became homeless at an older age and were subject to less chronic homelessness, their levels of consumption of alcohol and other psychoactive substances were lower, they had experienced fewer stressful life events, more of them had completed higher education, and more of them used mobile telephones and the Internet

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Referencia bibliográfica: Vázquez, J. J., Panadero, S., & García-Perez, C. (2020). Immigrant women living homeless in Madrid (Spain). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 90(5), 633-643. DOI: doi.org/10.1037/ort0000488

Uncontrolled Keywords:Homeless; Women; Immigrants; Social exclusion; Poverty
Subjects:Medical sciences > Psychology > Clinical psychology and psychodiagnostics
Medical sciences > Psychology > Social psychology
Medical sciences > Psychology > Psychologists
ID Code:70774
Deposited On:25 Feb 2022 11:09
Last Modified:25 Feb 2022 11:09

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