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Social and Economic Characteristics Of Residents Of Public Housing. Instructor's Guide


Report Acceptance Date: February 1979 (53 Pages)
Posted Date: February 07, 2012

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An important element which determines how well the manager responds to residents and their needs is the manager's sensitivity to the socioeconomic factors which impact their lives. This workshop strives to enable managers to be more sensitive to such factors. Accordingly, it has three overall goals:

  1. To acquaint managers with legislation which has affected the residential composition of public housing,
  2. To provide managers with a theoretical background in poverty and its implications, and
  3. To acquaint managers with the social and economic characteristics of the disadvantaged Door.
Each goal has several learning objectives. These learning objectives are, simply, measurable statements about the specific knowledge participants are expected to acquire in the workshop.

This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.

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