Bedouin

 

Amiran, D.H.K., and Ben-Arieh, Y. (1963). Sedentarization of Bedouin in Israel. Israel Exploration Journal, 13, 161-181. 

 

Amiran, D.H.K. (1963). Nomadic and Bedouin population in the census returns of mandatory Palestine. Israel Exploration Journal, 13, 247-252. 

 

Ben-David, Y. (1989). The Negev Bedouin: From nomadism to agriculture. In R. Kark (Ed.), The Land that Became Israel (pp. 181-195). Jerusalem: The Magness Press. 

 

Ben-David, Y., and Kressel, G. (1995). The Bedouin market - Corner stone for the founding of Beer Sheva: Bedouin traditions about the development of the Negev capital in the Ottoman period. Nomadic Peoples, 36-37, 119-144. 

 

Ben-David, Y., and Kressel, G. (1996). The Bedouin market: The axis around which Beer Sheva developed in the British Mandatory period. Nomadic Peoples, 39, 3-28. 

 

Ben-David, Y., and Meir, A. (1991). A methodology of analyzing fertility transition among sedentarising pastoral nomads. Kieler Geographische Schriften, 78, 17-27. 

 

Ben-David, Y., and Meir, A. (1991). Socio-economic development and the dynamics of child mortality among sedentarising Bedouin in Israel. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 82(2), 139-147. 

 

Ben-David, Y., and Meir, A. (1992). A latent surplus: Changing value of sedentarising and semi-urbanizing nomadic Bedouin children in Israel. Urban Anthropology, 21(2), 137. 

 

Ben-David, Y., and Meir, A. (1993). Welfare support of the Israeli Negev Bedouin elderly men: Adaptation during statisecological transformation. Gerontology, 11(1), 306-314. 

 

Ben-David, Y., Kressel, G., and Abu-Rabia, G.N. (1991). Changes in land usage by the Negev Bedouin since the 19th century. Nomadic Peoples, 28, 28-55. 

 

Fenster, T. (1979). Removal and resettlement of the Bedouin in the Negev. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1984). The evacuation and resettlement of the Bedouin from Tel Malhata - Negev. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1993). Participation in the settlement planning process - The case of the Bedouin in the Israeli Negev. Progress in Planning, 39(3), 167-242. 

 

Fenster, T. (1997). Spaces of citizenship for the Bedouin in the Israeli Negev. Progress in Planning, 47(4), 291-306. 

 

Fenster, T. (1998). Gender, space, planning: Bedouin settlements in the Negev, Israel. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 15, 229-254.  (Hebrew)

 

Grossman, D. (1992). Rural Process-Pattern Relationships: Nomadization, Sedentarization and Settlement Fixation. New York: Praeger. 

 

Grossman, D. (1994). The Fallah and the Bedouin in the desert fringe - Relationships and substinence strategies. In D. Grossman and A. Meir (Eds.), The Arabs in Israel: Geographical Dynamics (pp. 21-47). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press, Magness Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Kacen, L., Anson, J., Nir, S., and Livneh, N. (1992). Group work with the Bedouin population of the Negev. In J.A. Garland (Ed.), Social Group Work Reaching Out: People, Places and Power. New York: Haworth. 

 

Khamaisi, R. (1991). Toward new thinking for planning for the Bedouin population. In J. Ben-David (Ed.), Bedouin Topics, Vol. 22 (pp. 57-78). Beer Sheva: Sde Boker, Center for Social Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.  (Hebrew)

 

Kliot, N. (1985). Bedouin settlement policy in Israel. Geoforum, 16(4), 428-439. 

 

Krakover, S. (forthcoming). Urban settlement program and land dispute resolution: The state of Israel versus the Negev Bedouin. GeoJournal. 

 

Meir, A. (1983). Diffusion of modernization among Bedouins of the Israeli Negev desert. Ekistics, 50(303), 451-459. 

 

Meir, A. (1984). Demographic transition among the Negev Bedouin and its planning implications. Socioeconomic Planning, 18(6), 399-409. 

 

Meir, A. (1985). Delivering essential public services for desert nomads. In Y. Gradus (Ed.), Desert Development: Man and Technology in Sparselands (pp. 132-149). Dordrecht: Reidel Publishing. 

 

Meir, A. (1986). Demographic transition theory: A neglected aspect of nomadism - sedentarism continuum. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 11, 199-211. 

 

Meir, A. (1986). Pastoral nomads and the dialectics of development and modernization: Delivering public educational services to the Israeli Negev Bedouin. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 4, 85-95. 

 

Meir, A. (1987). Comparative vital statistics along the nomadism - sedentarism continuum: Some policy implications. Human Ecology, 15(1), 91-107. 

 

Meir, A. (1987). Nomads, development and health: Delivering public health services to the Bedouin in Israel. Geografiska Annaler, 69 B, 115-126. 

 

Meir, A. (1988). Nomads and the state: The spatial dynamics of centrifugal and centripetal forces among the Israeli Negev Bedouin. Political Geography, 17, 251-270.  (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A. (1990). Provision of public services to the post nomadic Bedouin society in Israel. The Service Industries Journal, 10, 768-785. 

 

Meir, A. (1991). Demographic dynamics among sedentarizing pastoral nomads and its planning implications. In A. Bishay and H. Dregne (Eds.), Advances in Desert and Arid Land Technology and Development (pp. 551-562). New York: Harwood Academic Publishers. 

 

Meir, A. (1993). The Negev Bedouin - A semi-nomadic society in transition. In H. Jager (Ed.), The Frankfurter Beitrage zur Didaktic der Geographie, Liber Amicorum Gunter Niemz, Vol. 12 (pp. 215-222). Frankfurt: Rolf Ladwig Publishers. 

 

Meir, A. (1994). The evolution of territoriality among the Negev Bedouin in transition from nomadism to sedentarization. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 71-92.  (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A. (1996). Territoriality among the Negev Bedouin in transition from nomadism to sedentarism. In P.C. Salzman and U. Fabietti (Eds.), Tribal and Peasant Pastoralism: The Dialectics of Cohesion and Fragmentation (pp. 187-207). Pavia: IBIS. 

 

Meir, A. (1997). As Nomadism ends: The Israeli Bedouin of the Negev. Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Meir, A., and Barnea, D. (1987). Spatial and structural aspects of development of the Bedouin educational system. Notes on the Bedouin, 278-295.  (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A., and Barnea, D. (1987). The educational system of the Israeli Negev Bedouin. Nomadic Peoples, 24, 23-25. 

 

Meir, A., and Ben-David, Y. (1991). A methodology of analyzing fertility transition among sedentarizing pastoral nomads. Keiler Geographische, 78, 17-27. 

 

Meir, A., and Ben-David, Y. (1991). Socio-economic development and the dynamics of child mortality among sedentarizing Bedouin in Israel. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 82(2), 139-147. 

 

Meir, A., and Ben-David, Y. (1992). A latent surplus: Changing value of sedentarizing and semi-urbanizing nomadic Bedouin children in Israel. Urban Anthropology, 21(2), 137-152. 

 

Meir, A., and Ben-David, Y. (1993). Welfare support for Israeli Negev Bedouin elderly men: Adaptation during spatio-ecological transformation. The Gerontologist, 33, 303-314. 

 

Meir, A., and Ben-David, Y. (1994). Demographic processes among the semi-urbanizing Negev Bedouin. In D. Grossman and A. Meir (Eds.), The Arabs in Israel - Geographical Processes (pp. 77-98). Jerusalem: Magness Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A., and Ben-David, Y. (1995). From latent surplus to changing norms: Fertility behavior of the Israeli Bedouin along the nomadism-sedentarism continuum. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 26(3), 389-409. 

 

Meir, A., and Tsoar, H. (1996). International borders and range ecology: The case of Bedouin transborder grazing. Human Ecology, 24(1), 39-64. 

 

Meir, A., and Zivan, Z. (1998). Socio-cultural encounter in the frontier: Jewish settlers and Bedouin nomads in the Israeli Negev desert. In O. Yiftachel and A. Meir (Eds.), Ethnic Frontiers and Peripheries: Landscapes of Development and Inequality in Israel (pp. 241-269). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Meir, A., Tsoar, H., and Khawaldi, O. (1994). Bedouin pastoral nomads and transborder grazing: The impact of the Israeli Egyptian border. In W.A. Gallusser (Ed.), Political Boundaries and Coexistence (pp. 235-238). Basle. 

 

Meir, A. (1999). Local Government among Marginalized Ex-nomads: The Israeli Bedouin and the State. In H., Jussila, R. Majoral, and C.C. Mutambirwa, (eds.), Marginality in Space-Past Present and Future, (pp.101-119). Aldershot: Ashgate.

 

Porat, C. (1990). The land ownership question among the Negev Bedouin. Lahav: Joe Alon Center. (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (1991). The influence of desert environment and Bedouin farming on the planning and implementation of agricultural experiments in the "Mizpim". Lahav: Joe Alon Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (1992). The planning and execution of agricultural experiments in the lookout settlements in the Negev and the influence of desert conditions and Bedouin agriculture upon them, 1943-1946. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 29-42.  (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (1997). Settlement and development policy and the Negev Bedouins, 1948-1953. Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel, 7, 389-438.  (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (2000). The Strategy of the Israeli Government and the Left Parties' Alternative Plans towards Solving the Bweduin issue in the Negev, 1953-1960.  Iyunim Bitkumat Israel, 10 , 420-476.

 

Portugali, J. (1994). Theoretical speculations on the transition from nomadism to monarchy. In I. Finkelstein and N. Na'aman (Eds.), From Nomadism to Monarchy (pp. 203-217). Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A., and Bar-Gal, Y. (1986). Planned sedentarization of a Bedouin in Israel - A response. Geoforum, 16, 423-428. 

 

Stern, E. (1988). Rahat - The growth and character of urban Bedouin settlement. In E. Stern and D. Urman (Eds.), Man and Environment in the Southern Shefelah (pp. 224-233). Givataim: Massada Press.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E., and Gradus, Y. (1979). Socio-cultural considerations in planning towns for nomads. Ekistics, 227, 224-230.