Describing homelessness as a choice helps gain a sense of control over not only the circumstances, but the identity of the homeless. In 2012, we set out to unpack some of the contexts and circumstances that situate and make meaningful the espoused choices to be homeless that people make. To this end, we developed a model of homelessness that respected the capacity of people who are homeless to... Continue Reading
Mitch Parsell is a National Teaching Fellow (Australia) at the Office for Learning and Teaching, and he is the Associate Dean for learning and teaching at the Faculty of Human Science in Macquarie University, Sydney. He has a book on ethics and the Internet, which is forthcoming with Springer.