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PrefaceAcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Biography of a Residential Motel2. Pathways to Motel Life3. Managing Stigma and Identity4. Community, Conflict, and Fragility5. Interactions with the CommunityConclusion: Policy Failure in the Age of Social SanitizationAppendix 1. List of ParticipantsAppendix 2. A Reflection on MethodNotesBibliographyIndex
Christopher P. Dum is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at Kent State University. He is a contributor to Justice Quarterly and Children and Youth Services Review.