@Sargoth There's an especially gross essay where one of the critical participatory folks talks about volunteering to help homeless activists for a day and talks about how he felt like one of them and shared in their experiences of being homeless that day.
I have a feeling ethnography and anthropology involve far too much ethics and reflexivity for them.
@Dialectrical I have some longerskies in the archives, holde ye on
here, one about the most scientifically studied homeless shelter in existence
and one about actively trying to become homeless
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