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"Shelterization can be described as a process of acculturation endemic to shelter living... The adaptation to shelter life includes the development of a shelter vocabulary, the assimilation of shelter themes, the acceptance of shelter ideals and beliefs, and an eroding will." Jeffrey Grunberg and Paula Eagle (1990: 522-524)
Like the Star Wars trilogy that appeared during this same period, the homeless crisis became an important national drama, despite its stereotyped characters, hackneyed moral and thin plot. This was because the homeless drama presented a strongly directed seamless and archetypal vision of familiar themes, characters, and moral dilemmas regarding race, poverty and social inequality that was resonant for many Americans. One of the crucial factors that made it possible to realize a new national drama involving so many of the same old actors and story lines was what film theorists call the mise-en-scène, or what is seen in the frame. "Shelterization can be described as a process of acculturation endemic to shelter living... The adaptation to shelter life includes the development of a shelter vocabulary, the assimilation of shelter themes, the acceptance of shelter ideals and b
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