This article examines how service-learning positively impacts students’ perspectives of the homeless. Data were collected through a pre- and post-assessment issued to students in a service-learning course. At the beginning of the course, students characterized the homeless according to common stereotypes. At the end of the course, students’ views were more humanized.
Tabitha Hart, Felipe Gómez, and Priya Raman. "Service-learning and perceptions of homelessness" Academic Exchange Quarterly (2016): 54-59.