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Danilo A. Escobar Guzman

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5-4-2020

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This paper will discuss and expose possible foundations that structure and solidify emotive tolls of slow violence among homeless people in Orange County, California. It will attempt to conceptualize a more in depth understanding of the slow violence experienced by homeless populations through a first hand and direct contact approach. The exposure of the slow violence from an emotive perspective, serves on this paper and research as an indicator of the silence and unperceived emotive underpinnings that homeless individuals endure with. Furthermore, this paper and research will provide an understanding for the conceptualization of slow violence on latinx homeless communities, raising questions of moral responsibilities from city residents to latinx homeless communities. Where, there is intensification for violence alienation against migrants. Lastly, this paper will present an account of importance of concerns on the matter of emotive slow violence and homeless people. For as it is an unperceived issue, it is one that creates further underpinnings to cities housing this concern, and nearby areas when left unattended.

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May 4th, 12:00 AM

The Emotive Underpinnings and Toll of Slow Violence: Exposing the Slow Violence Experienced by Homeless People in Orange County, California

This paper will discuss and expose possible foundations that structure and solidify emotive tolls of slow violence among homeless people in Orange County, California. It will attempt to conceptualize a more in depth understanding of the slow violence experienced by homeless populations through a first hand and direct contact approach. The exposure of the slow violence from an emotive perspective, serves on this paper and research as an indicator of the silence and unperceived emotive underpinnings that homeless individuals endure with. Furthermore, this paper and research will provide an understanding for the conceptualization of slow violence on latinx homeless communities, raising questions of moral responsibilities from city residents to latinx homeless communities. Where, there is intensification for violence alienation against migrants. Lastly, this paper will present an account of importance of concerns on the matter of emotive slow violence and homeless people. For as it is an unperceived issue, it is one that creates further underpinnings to cities housing this concern, and nearby areas when left unattended.