social phenomenon

.As a social phenomenon, homelessness is embodied in a whole range of economic, social, political, civil, legal, cultural, and psychological conflicts, due to which a significant part of the population in modern society is systematically deprived of the necessary housing conditions recognized as an integral part of civilized society and social policy in modern legal states. Homelessness has become a particularly notable phenomenon in connection with urbanization, with population concentrations, and overpopulation, although it should not be considered a purely urban problem. Homelessness can increase, covering a significant part of the population, even in periods of active housing construction.

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