Moshavim

 

Applebaum, L. (ed.) (1974). Continuity and Change in Moshav Nahalal (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 18). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L., Dagani-Zemel, Y., Finkel, R., Krauss, M., and Schwartz, D. (1983). The cooperative moshav. Rehovot: The Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. (1974). Nahalal - Vision and Reality, (pp. 1-34). In L. Applebaum (Ed.), Continuity and Change in Moshav Nahalal (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 18). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L., Arkin, I. and N. Sheelo, (1974). The Cooperative Association and Community Services, (pp. 124-162). In L. Applebaum (Ed.), Continuity and Change in Moshav Nahalal (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 18). Settlement Study Center (Hebrew).

 

Applebaum, L. (1974). The Professional Workers, (pp. 163-177). In L. Applebaum (Ed.), Continuity and Change in Moshav Nahalal (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 18). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center (Hebrew).

 

Applebaum, L. and Margulies, M. (1979). The Moshav - Patterns of Organizational Change (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 26). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.

 

Applebaum, L., Degani-Zemel, J., Finkel, R., Kraus, M. and Schwartz, D. (1983). The Moshav Shitufi (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 34). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center (Hebrew).

 

Applebaum, L. (1986). Migration of Urban Families to the Moshavim in Israel 1968-1978. Ph.D. Thesis submitted to the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. (1990). Alternative Forms of Cooperation. In by J. Margulies, I. Oshri, and L.

 

Applebaum, (Eds.). The Future of Cooperation in the Moshav, (pp. 17-22). Ramat Efal: Yad Tabenkin. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. (1990). Adjustment to Change Under External Constraints: The Emergence of Diverse Cooperative Frameworks in the Moshav. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 18, 119-131.

 

Applebaum, L. and Keidar, F. (1992). The Expansion Program of Moshav Communities - A Follow-Up Study. Rehovot: Development Study Center (Research Report). (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. and Keidar, F. (1993). The Expansion Program of Moshav Communities - A Follow-up Study (Phase 2 - 1992). Rehovot: Development Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. and Rimalt, A. (1995). Integration of Suburban Neighborhoods into Cooperative Communities Under Conditions of Uncertainty. Rehovot: Developent Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Bar-El, R. (1987). Rural Industrialization in Israel (pp. 200). Boulder: Westview Press.

 

Bar-El, R., Schwartz, M., Nesher, A., and Finkel, R. (1987). Moshav-based industry. In R. Bar-El (Ed.), Rural Industrialization in Israel (pp. 57-104). Boulder: Westview Press. 

 

Bar-Gal, Y. (1975). The moshav shitufi - A chapter in social geography. Horizons in Geography, 1, 71-80.  (Hebrew)

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. (1990). Changes in preference of settlement types after 1948. In W. Pilowsky, (Ed.), Transition from Yishuv to State, 1947-1949 (pp. 173-185). Haifa: Herzl Institute for Research in Zionism. (Hebrew)

 

Czamanski, D., and Shamir-Shinan, L. (1982). Factors effecting the performance of moshav industrial plants. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew and English)

 

Don, Y., and Bar-El, R. (1977). The Industrialization of the Moshav. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.  (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A. (1978). Urbanization of the moshav in Israel. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 10, 31-44.  (Hebrew)

 

Grossman, D. (1993). Non-agricultural penetration of the moshav in the eighties - Effects on land use. Karka, 37, 44-55.  (Hebrew)

 

Kliot, N. (1980). The spatial structure of kibbutz moshav and moshava: the meeting  point of technical efficiency and social order. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 11, 115-131.  (Hebrew)

 

Kliot, N. (1983). Regional cooperation among private settlements - The moshavot. Horizons in Geography, 7, 27-48.  (Hebrew)

 

Kraus, M., Applebaum, L. and Degani-Zemel, J. (1982). Marginality as a Reason for Limited Development of a Particular Pattern of Settlement: The Case-Study of the Moshav Shitufi in Israel. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 10(2), 97-111.

 

Ne'eman, U. (in press). Employmental challenges in moshav households on the fringe of the Tel-Aviv metropolitan area : Reasons and trends. Horizons in Geography.  (Hebrew)

 

Ofir, S., and Gonen, A. (1996). Karkur - An estate of London tailors. In Z. Aner (Ed.), Moshavot Stories (pp. 108-112). Tel-Aviv: Ministry of Defence.  (Hebrew)

 

Porat, C. (1996). Geographic and settlement aspects of the establishment of new immigrant moshavim in the Negev, 1948-1952. In D. Offer (Ed.), Israel in the Great Wave of Immigration, 1948-1953 (pp. 227-260). Jerusalem: Yad-Izhak Ben-Zvi. 

 

Sofer, M., and Gal, R. (1995). Environmental implications of the entrance of non-agricultural business into the moshavim. Horizons in Geography, 42-43, 39-50.  (Hebrew)

 

Sofer, M. (1997). Pluriactivity in the moshavim on the fringe of Tel-Aviv metropolitan area: Characteristics, intensity and spatial distribution: Levinsky College of Education, Mofet Institute.

Sofer, M., Ne'eman, U. (1998). Occupational Transformation in Moshav Households on the Fringe of the Tel-Aviv Metropolitan Area: Causes and Trends. Horizons, 48-49, 59-83. (Hebrew)

Sofer, M. (2001). Pluriactivity in the Moshav: Family Farming in Israel. Journal of Rural Studies. 17, 363-375.