In general, my research focuses on issues of social (in)justice, (in)equitable resource distribution, and the underlying (un)equal power relations. In this vein, my research has touched on issues of homelessness and housing policy, equitable urban development, the economic restructuring of the 1970’s and the rise of neoliberalism, and democratic practice and political participation (broadly speaking). In my approach to research, I strive to understand and explain the human experience in relation to broader policy, political and political economic environments in an effort to develop a holistic and contextual elaboration of the phenomenon under investigation, as well as cultivate a perspective that can speak back to and inform future policy decisions.
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