عنوان مقاله [English]
This article aimed to find the relationship between urban poverty and social exclusion among the dormancy cartoon in Tehran. the researcher, with the view that social exclusion is not purely economic, while social damage can’t be analyzed solely by antitrust approach, was conducted with a field interview of the homelessness that numbered 12048 They were housed in gardens, they were collected. After 38 interviews that reached theoretical saturation, the results showed that three groups of sleep cartons were caught in a cycle of social exclusion and urban poverty. The first group, due to voluntary and unplanned immigration, to find better opportunities for living together in a reciprocal relationship, economic rejection and urban poverty, which was subsequently due to inconsistencies with the destination of immigration and lack of Healthy relationships, cultural exclusion and social exclusion have also entered into this cycle. The second group faced unwanted and compulsory immigration due to family immigration, which has shown that living in vulnerable areas offers opportunities for experiencing high-risk situations, and ultimately, with family rejection, first experiences social exclusion And have gradually entered the cycle of poverty and social-economic exclusion. The third group never experienced social exclusion, but at the same time enjoyed a good social and economic situation, which had a positive social standing. But frustrations due to social conditions and sometimes revenge led to the entry of these people into the Cartoon Dreams Group, which had sought refuge in social isolation and exclusion.