General Human Geography


Ben-Artzi, Y., Bartal, I. and Reiner, E. (1999). Studies in Geography and History in Honor of Yehoshua Ben-Arieh. Jerusalem: The Magnes Press and The Israel Exploration Society. (Hebrew)


Biger, G. (1997). The Encyclopedia of International Boundaries. New York: Facts on Files, p. 544.


Brawer, M. (1970). West African physical and human environment. In Y.Z. Hershlag (Ed.), Israel-African Cooperation (pp. 16-42). Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University. 


Efrat, E. (1998). Human Geography. Tel-Aviv: Achiasaf.  (Hebrew)


Fenster, T. (1999). Gender Planning and Human Rights. London: Routledge.


Fenster, T. (1999). Gender, human rights and planning (as control) for minority women in Israel. In T. Fenster (Ed.), Gender, Planning and Human Rights (pp. 39-54). London: Routeledge. 


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)


Liphschitz, N. and Biger, G. (1995). Timber trades in ancient Palestine. Tel Aviv, 22, 121-127.


Meir, A. (1979). The nature and mutual complementarity of humanism and positivism in human geography. Geography Research Forum, 1, 21-36. 


Meir, A. (1979). Humanism and positivism in contemporary human geography. Horizons in Geography, 4, 65-67.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1981). Humanistic geography and education for human and environmental values. Geography Research Forum, 4, 55-60. 


Meir, A. (1982). A humanistic perspective on innovation diffusion processes. Geoforum, 13(1), 57-68. 


Meir, A. (1988). Adoption environment and environmental innovation diffusion processes: Merging positivistic and humanistic perspectives. In P.J. Hugill and B.D. Dickson (Eds.), The Transfer and Transformation of Ideas and Material Culture (pp. 233-247). Austin: Texas A and M University Press. 


Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (1999). Directions in the Evolution of Ideal Pluralism and Critical Research in Israeli Geography. In N. Kliot, A. Golan, and A. Peled, (eds.) Trends in Israeli Geography, (pp.83-91). Haifa: Haifa University and Israeli Geographical Association.


Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (1999). On Tribalism, Pluralism and Individualism in Israeli Geography. Ofakim BaGeographia, 51, 47-56. (Hebrew).


Waterman, S. (1979). Human geography in Israel, 1968-1978. Horizons in Geography, 4, 69-72.  (Hebrew)