Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Journalism (MA)
Second Committee Member
Social sciences, Communication and the arts, Communications, Homelessness, Public private partnerships, Social sciences
This research aims to reveal a realistic narrative about homelessness in Arkansas through the qualitative perspective provided by people directly affected by homelessness. We interviewed experts with both theoretical and applied experience in examining the causes and different pathways into homelessness, as well as some of the avenues that can assist someone to successfully navigate out of homelessness. This research documentary focuses particularly on the experiences of homeless families headed by single women and the challenges they face in resolving homelessness. Qualitative interviews were performed and a website was created that is targeted towards helping others to find the necessary resources needed to escape the vicious cycle of homelessness.
Sullivan, N. (2015). Homelessness in Arkansas. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/1189