Safe Haven Ethnography Review Anthro 233 Michael Markovinovic   In the ethnography “Safe Haven: The Story Of A Shelter For Homeless Women, the author Rae Bridgman, analyzes and explores a women’s homeless shelter in Canadas biggest city, Toronto. Throughout the ethnography, the shelter Bridgman is referring to is Toronto’s Savard shelter. Within the shelter is […]

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Safe Haven: The Story of an Experimental Alternative to a Traditional Women’s Shelter’s

Rae Bridgman’s “Safe Haven: The Story of a Shelter for Homeless Women” is an informative, insightful stake on traditional style of a normal ethnography. As the title may imply, the ethnography tells the “life history (and contemporary state) of Savard’s, a shelter for chronically homeless women” (pg. 2) located in the downtown region of Toronto, Ontario. […]

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Safe Haven

Ethnography review: Julie Brown Word count: 1422 Safe Haven: The Story of a Shelter for Homeless Women by Rae Bridgman Summary of Ethnography This ethnography walks the reader through the life of homeless women living in Toronto. As written in first person language, the author tells her story by sharing what she wrote down while […]

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