Housing

 

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Borukhov, E. (1993). Housing policy and the rise in immigration - After two years. Economic Quarterly, 40(3), 325-333.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1976). Social planning of housing. The Journal of Social Policy, 5, 49-59. 

 

Carmon, N., and Mannheim, B. (1979). Housing policy as a tool of social policy. Social Forces, 58(1), 336-351. 

 

Carmon, N., and Oxman, R. (1981). Self-help housing rehabilitation in distressed neighborhoods. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1982). Housing policy in western countries: Towards broader social responsibility. Social Praxis, 8(3-4), 53-71. 

 

Carmon, N., and Gavrieli, T. (1982). Alternative Methods for Improving Public Housing in Israel - A Comparative Analysis. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N., and Oxman, R. (1984). Small is beautiful, in public housing as well, Cities, Communities and Planning in the 1980's (pp. 303-338). London: Gower Publishing. 

 

Carmon, N., and Oxman, R. (1986). Responsive public housing: An alternative for low-income families. Environment and Behavior, 18(2), 258-284. 

 

Carmon, N. (1987). The current depression in housing construction - A desirable state. Economic Quarterly, 38(132).  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N., and Gavrieli, T. (1987). Improving housing by conventional versus self-help methods. Urban Studies, 24(4), 324-332. 

 

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Carmon, N. (1990). Neighborhood Policy and Programs - Past and Present (pp. 257). London: MacMillan Press.

 

Carmon, N., and Czamanski, D. (1991). "Housing policy and practice in Israel". In W. van Vliet (Ed.), International Handbook of Housing Policies and Practices (pp. 517-536). West Port, CT: Greenwood Press. 

 

Carmon, N., Yonish, J., Meyer-Brodnitz, M., and Alfandari, T. (1992). Planning of Housing for a Small Arab Town in Israel - A Case Study in Iksal. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1992). Housing renovation of moderately deteriorated neighborhoods: Public-individual partnership in Israel and its lessons. Housing Studies, 7(1), 56-73. 

 

Carmon, N., and Czamanski, D. (1992). Housing in Israel: From planned economy to semi-free market management. Housing Science, 16(1), 47-60. 

 

Carmon, N. (1992). Affordable decent housing: Expanding the stock through assisted upgrading by incumbent residents. In L. Kilmartin and H. Singh (Eds.), Housing in the Third World: Analysis and Solutions (pp. 291-316). New Delhi: Concept Publishing House. 

 

Carmon, N. (1997). Post-occupancy evaluation of a life-care community for the aged. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 12(1-2), 63-81. 

 

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Churchman, A., and Ginsberg, Y. (1980). High rise housing in Israel: Advantages and disadvantages for residents. Contact - Journal of Urban and Environmental Affairs, 12(1), 77-84. 

 

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Churchman, A., and Ginsberg, Y. (1984). Housing satisfaction and intention to move: Their explanatory variables. Socioeconomic Planning, 19(6), 425-431. 

 

Churchman, A., and Ginsberg, Y. (1991). Dimensions of social housing policy: An introduction. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, 8(4), 172-175. 

 

Churchman, A. (1994). Victoria Plaza Revisited: Lessons for the Evaluation of Housing for the Elderly (pp. 71). Milwaukee: Institute on Aging and Environment, University of Wisconsin.

 

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Gonen, A., and Hasson, S. (1974). Ethnic differences in residential relocation in immigrant housing estates. Megamot, 20(3), 310-315.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A. (1975). Locational and ecological aspects of urban public-sector housing: The Israeli case. In G. Gappert and H. Rose (Eds.), The Social Economy of Cities (pp. 275-295). Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. 

 

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Gonen, A., and Shtarkshall, M. (1977). Planning norms for supportive group residence for the elderly. Tvai (Israel Journal of Architecture and Design), 17, 4-7.  (Hebrew)

 

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Gonen, A. (1979). The geography of public housing in Israeli cities. Social Security, 18-19, 22-36.  (Hebrew)

 

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Kipnis, B. (1982). Planning housing aid policy for the urbanizing Arab villages of Israel. Haifa: University of Haifa - The Jewish-Arab Center.

 

Kipnis, B. (1983). Changing housing norms of a dynamic minority population. Geography Research Forum, 6, 24-36. 

 

Kipnis, B. (1984). Minority perceptions of housing needs and their rational planning of a housing aid policy: The case study of urbanizing Arab villages in Israel. Applied Geography, 4(2), 135-149. 

 

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