Demography

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1981). Comments on the seasonal variation of birth rates in Israel. Geography Research Forum, 1, 54-56. 

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. and Shoshany, M. (1986). The Arabs of Haifa, 1972-1983: Demographic and Spatial Changes. Monograph Series on the Middle East, 4, 33-50. Haifa: Haifa University Press. (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1986). Israel's map of inequality in spatial development. GeoJournal, 13(4), 401-411.  (Hebrew)

 

Efrat, E. (1994). Demographic obsession over Jerusalem. The New Middle East Magazine, 1(0). 

 

Gavish, D., and Sonis, M. (1979). Urban expansion of Tel-Aviv into the rural area. Karka, 16-17, 15-26.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A., and Sonis, M. (1981). Geography of the elderly in Israel. Social Security, 22, 52-70.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A., and Sonis, M. (1986). Dynamic spatial patterns of the age structure in metropolitan Tel-Aviv. Studies in the Population of Israel, 30, 362-380. 

 

Grossman, D., and Sonis, M. (1989). Reinterpretation of the rural rank size: Examples from England and the land of Israel. Geography Research Forum, 9, 67-108. 

 

Helman, A., and Sonis, M. (1978). Demographical development of pioneer society: Kibbutz as a non-retirement society. The Kibbutz, 6-7, 131-142.  (Hebrew)

 

Helman, A., and Sonis, M. (1979). Aging of population, employment of the aged and retirement policy. Social Security, 17, 119-129.  (Hebrew)

 

Hershkovitz, S. (1997). Developments in human and social geography of Israel, Law Enforcement in the 21st Century  - Projections and Forecasts for the Israeli Society at the Turn of the Century, Vol. 1 (pp. 11-34). Jerusalem: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology.  (Hebrew)

 

Hershkovitz, S., and Rafiah, S. (1997). Jerusalem: Urban characteristics and major trends in the city's development. Jerusalem: The Municipality of Jerusalem.

 

Krakover, S. (1976). Population census of Netivot, 1976. Netivot: The Municipality of Netivot. (Hebrew)

 

Meir, A., and Anson, J. (1996). Religiosity, nationalism and fertility in Israel. European Journal of Population, 12, 1-25. 

 

Nijkamp, P., and Sonis, M. (1988). Qualitative impact analysis for dynamic spatial systems. Economic Geography, 64(3), 226-243. 

 

Reichman, S., and Sonis, M. (1979). A master plan for the distribution of the Israeli population. Economic Quarterly, 26(100), 55-62.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1988). Geography and demography in the land of Israel in the year 2000. In A. Hareven (Ed.), Approaching the Year 2000, Towards Peace or Another War? (pp. 11-36). Jerusalem: Van Leer Institution. 

 

Soffer, A. (1989). Demography and the shaping of Israel's borders. Contemporary Jewry, 10(2), 91-105. 

 

Soffer, A. (1989). Demography in Eretz Israel: 1988 and the year 2000. Jerusalem Quarterly, 51, 115-144. 

 

Soffer, A. (1991). Demography and geography. In A. Yaniv, M. Maoz, and A. Kober (Eds.), Syria and Israel's National Security (pp. 55-70). Jerusalem: Ministry of Defense.  (Hebrew)

 

Sonis, M., and Reichman, S. (1976). Examination of sensitivity of Israeli population distribution master plan. Jerusalem: Ministry of Transportation. (Hebrew)

 

Sonis, M. (1978). Analysis of spatial population distributions. In L.A. Kosinski, A. Naukkarinen, and J.W. Webb (Eds.), Policies of Population Distribution. 

 

Sonis, M. (1979). Qualitative methods and the future of geography. Contemporary and Future Geography, 1, 50-53. 

 

Sonis, M. (1981). Space and time in the geography of aging. In D.A. Griffith and R. Mackinnon (Eds.), Dynamic Spatial Models (pp. 132-156). Nijhoff: Noordhoff-Plenum. 

 

Sonis, M. (1989). Societal evaluation and academic status of human geography: The quest for new paradigm. Economish Geografisch Institut Discussiestukken, 89(23), 1-14. 

 

Sonis, M. (1990). Societal and academic status of human geography: Lines for the future. Horizons in Geography, 28-29, 8-16.  (Hebrew)