Research Problem – Annotated Bibliography

***Research Problem: Employment resources, and training programs, are lacking for homeless individuals. Job placement is an issue that needs to be worked on because job retainment can be difficult due to some factors of childcare issues, citizenship status, mental health, criminal background, etc.***
Read and analyze all 13 articles provided to compile an annotated bibliography in APA format. Summarize the articles in one paragraph each, then refer to the checklist questions for each of the 13 articles. Explain how this particular source will help you develop one or more of the main points in your Research Problem.
Essentially, the paragraph that summarizes your article should include the following:
• What was the article about?
• Does the article contain a section describing and integrating previous studies on this topic?
• What did they think they would find (i.e., what was their assumption or hypothesis)?
• Do you agree with the author’s interpretations and conclusions? Why or why not?
• Is the article logically organized and easy to follow? What could have been done to improve its organization and readability?
• Finally, think about the entire article. What do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of this article?
• Will this article be beneficial for your Research Problem….why?
DO NOT copy and paste information directly from the source or abstract.
1. Abdel, B. A., Aubin, D., Morisseau, G. R., Lal, S., Dupont, M., Bauco, P., Shah, J. L., Joober, R., Boksa, P., Malla, A., & Iyer, S. N. (2019). Improving mental health services for homeless youth in downtown Montreal, Canada: Partnership between a local network and ACCESS Esprits ouverts (Open Minds), a National Services Transformation Research Initiative. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 13, 20–28.
2. Blank, R. M. (2007). Improving the Safety Net for Single Mothers Who Face Serious Barriers to Work. The Future of Children, 17(2), 183–197.
3. Bruckman, M. E. (2018). Experiences of Low-Income Single Mothers in Selecting Early Child Care. Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 12(4), 233–243.
4. de Vet, R., Beijersbergen, M. D., Lako, D. A. M., van Hemert, A. M., Herman, D. B., & Wolf, J. R. L. M. (2019). Differences between homeless women and men before and after the transition from shelter to community living: A longitudinal analysis. Health & Social Care in the Community, 27(5), 1193–1203.
5. Evans, K. (2020). Tackling Homelessness with Tiny Houses: An Inventory of Tiny House Villages in the United States. Professional Geographer, 72(3), 360–370.
6. Fraenkel, P. (2020). Time as a source of struggle and resilience in homeless families. Time & Society, 29(2), 581–603.
7. Gregory, K., Nnawulezi, N., & Sullivan, C. M. (2021). Understanding How Domestic Violence Shelter Rules May Influence Survivor Empowerment. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36(1/2), NP402-NP423.
8. Groton, D. B., Gromer, J. M., Mennicke, A. M., Lee, J., Gul, M., Dupree, E. M., & Munn, J. (2017). “Give Us a Chance”: Understanding Job Seeking Among Women Experiencing Homelessness. Journal of Employment Counseling, 54(3), 115–131.
9. Kaur, H., Saad, A., Magwood, O., Alkhateeb, Q., Mathew, C., Khalaf, G., & Pottie, K. (2021). Understanding the health and housing experiences of refugees and other migrant populations experiencing homelessness or vulnerable housing: a systematic review using GRADE-CERQual. CMAJ Open, 9(2), E681–E692.
10. Lee, Y. (2019). Variations in Volunteer Use among Human Service Organizations in the USA. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary & Nonprofit Organizations, 30(1), 208–221.
11. Marie-Josée Fleury, Guy Grenier, Judith Sabetti, Karine Bertrand, Michèle Clément, & Serge Brochu. (2021). Met and unmet needs of homeless individuals at different stages of housing reintegration: A mixed-method investigation. PLoS ONE, 16(1), e0245088.
12. Richard, J. Y., & Lee, H.-S. (2019). A qualitative study of racial minority single mothers’ work experiences. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 66(2), 143–157.
13. Trollinger, A. (2019). Revealing the “Social Consequences of Unemployment”: The Settlement Campaign for the Unemployed on the Eve of Depression. Journal of Social History, 52(4), 1250–1280.

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