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In what ways might homelessness be categorized as a social problem?
Interactional sociologists would say that the homeless population as a whole is ostracized from higher socio-economic groups because of some actual exchanges (which often discourage or offend the homeless person) that occur between homeless [ individuals and those in literally any other economic class considered to be better off than the homeless individual. Furthermore, some interactional
sociologists would point to the reluctance among some employers to hire individuals who do not possess any physical address and likely lack any academic or prior employment experience. This often-reality is a terrible discouragement for many in the disadvantaged economic classes (specifically the homeless, in this case), and is one factor that sometimes dissuades numbers of homeless people from even trying to seek employment in the first place. ]
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