Vehicular Homelessness and Dwelling: Review and Analysis

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  • This report provides a broad overview of the subject of vehicular homelessness and dwelling, drawing upon recent source material from the last two to five years, with a primary focus on Canada. It includes a detailed literature review on the topic, as well as a reflection on the acclaimed film Nomadland and its connection to the reality of vehicular living. In addition, the report offers a comprehensive scan of the rules and regulations governing vehicle living in Alberta. To further enhance the reader's understanding, the report concludes with graphics that depict the key findings of the study. A key finding is that a vehicular dwelling is not always out of necessity, but also a lifestyle that offers a combination of freedom from financial tethers like mortgages or rents, and freedom to travel.

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    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International