The Edmonton Social Planning Council’s Research Review contains summaries of the latest social research publications. We keep up on your reading so you don't have to.

Inside this issue:

“Bisexuality, poverty and mental health: A mixed method analysis” reviewed by Irene Kakai

“Child Poverty and Family Structure during the Recession in Liberal English-speaking Welfare States” reviewed by Shion Aonuma

“Rural Homelessness in Canada: Directions for Planning and Research” reviewed by Hanna Nash

“Shrinking the Need for Homeless Shelter Spaces” reviewed by Maxwell Harrison

“Why Some Children Come to School with ‘Baggage’: The Effects of Trauma Due to Poverty, Attachment Disruption and Disconnection on Social Skills and Relationships” reviewed by Penolopie David

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