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Housing homeless, insecure housing, exploitative rent

Housing safe, secure, permanent housing

Consumption debt; lawbreaking; no purchases other than for basic needs

Consumption controlled debt; legally obtained goods meeting other than basic needs

Location restricted access to high quality services including leisure, transport, health, education, police protection, high criminal victimisation (including domestic violence and sexual abuse)

Location full access to high quality services including leisure, transport, health, education, police protection

Cultural

Cultural

law limitations on occupational choice, mobility and residence

law no legal restrictions on occupational choice, mobility and residence

racism experience or fear of racist violence or discrimination; experience or fear of restrictions on residence, mobility, leisure activities, or access to services

racism no fear or experience of racist violence; no experience or fear of restrictions on residence, mobility, leisure activities, or access to services

bureaucracies no knowledge of rights; bureaucratic secrecy; limited modes of access, for example, unintelligible forms; ‘less eligibility’ lists

bureaucracies experiences little alienation when dealing with state bureaucracies

risk and ‘otherness’ media persecution, victimisation, restrictions on mobility and restricted access to residential areas, leisure activities, work, health and education

risk and ‘otherness’ lessening (or no) experience of restrictions resulting from being defined (or not) as ‘other’

patriarchy inequities stemming from cultural tolerance of domestic violence, rape, inequitable employment law, and prejudice against single mothers

patriarchy reduced experience of inequities stemming from cultural tolerance of violence against women (for whatever reason e.g. increased assertiveness, change of residence)

Political

Political

lack of police protection, welfare benefits,

legalisation of status; involvement in

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