Coping Strategies and Street Life: The Ethnography of Winnipeg's Skid Row
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This paper provides an overview of life on Skid Row in Winnipeg. The focus is on social and economic phenomena, and, to a lesser degree, the rules of behaviour that are specific to Skid Row subculture.
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