Neighborhoods

 

Alperovitch, G. (1980). Neighborhood amenities and their impact on density gradients. The Annals of Regional Science, 14, 51-64. 

 

Amir, S., and Carmon, N. (1996). New immigrants in an old city center: Transitory station or urban revitalization? Horizons in Geography, 44-45, 7-25.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1986). Project renewal - Integrating physical and social rehabilitation. Mivnim, 50, 26-32.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1987). Residents' attitudes towards their neighborhoods in project renewal areas. Environmental Planning, 36, 18-32.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1989). Project Renewal - Evaluation of Social and Physical Outcomes. Haifa: Neaman Books.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1990). Israel's Project Renewal: Describing and explaining a relative success. In N. Carmon (Ed.), Neighborhood Policy and Programs - Past and Present (pp. 74-94). London: Macmillan Press. 

 

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

 

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. (1995). Three generations of neighborhood regeneration in western countries and Tel-Aviv: Analysis by the stories of Neve Eliezer, HaTikva and Florentin. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1996). Israel Project Renewal, 1978-1995: An Annotated Bibliography. Haifa: Neaman Books.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1997). Urban regeneration: Three generations of policy and application in Tel-Aviv neighborhoods. In D. Nachmias and G. Menahem (Eds.), Tel-Aviv-Jafa Studies - Social Processes and Public Policy. Tel-Aviv: Ramot.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N. (1998). Neighborhood regeneration: The state of the art. Journal of Planning, Education and Research, 17(2), 131-144. 

 

Churchman, A. (1979). Psychological aspects of the design of residential neighborhoods. Town and Region, 4(2), 5-16.  (Hebrew)

 

Churchman, A. (1981). Designing a neighborhood with special consideration for the elderly. Gerontology, 41-49.  (Hebrew)

 

Churchman, A., Amir, S., and Frenkel, A. (1991). Guidelines for the design of neighborhood open spaces: An empirical study. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Churchman, A., Amir, S., and Frenkel, A. (1991). Open space planning guidelines for residential neighborhoods. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology. (Hebrew)

 

Erez, T., and Carmon, N. (1996). Urban Revitalization: An International Literature Survey and the Case of Florentin in Tel-Aviv. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)

 

Fleischer, A., Biran, A., and Nitzav, Y. (1995). Bed and breakfast in Israel - The state of the art. Jerusalem: Israel Ministry of Tourism. (Hebrew)

 

Gonen, A., and Cohen, G. (1989). Diverse gentrification of neighborhoods in Jerusalem. City and Region, 19-20, 9-27.  (Hebrew)

 

Gradus, Y., and Leibowitz, S. (1992). The illusion of neighborhood revitalization versus the reality of regional development. In D. Elazar (Ed.), Urban Revitalization (pp. 549-558). New York: University Press of America. 

 

Hadas, O., and Gonen, A. (1994). Jews and Arabs in a mixed neighborhood in Jaffa. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1978). Neighborhoods in Jerusalem - Building in New Jerusalem and Neighborhoods By-Laws: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi Publications.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Landman, S. (1980). The establishment of Muslim neighborhoods in Jerusalem outside the Old City during the late Ottoman period. Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 112, 113-135. 

 

Kark, R. (1983). Neighborhood planning in the 19th century Jerusalem - The takanot. Planning History Bulletin, 4, 29-31. 

 

Kark, R. (1984). The Maghrabis - The first residents of Jerusalem to build a neighborhood outside the walls. Pe'amim, 21, 21-31.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1989). The by-laws of Nahalat Shiva neighborhood. In E. Shiller (Ed.), 120 to Nahalat Shiva (pp. 32-38). Jerusalem: Jerusalem Municipality.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1991). Jerusalem Neighborhoods. Planning and By-Laws (1855-1930). Jerusalem: Magnes Press. 

 

Kark, R., and Landman, S. (1991). The establishment of Muslim neighborhoods in Jerusalem outside the Old City during the late Ottoman period. In E. Shaltiel (Ed.), Jerusalem in the Modern Period (pp. 174-212). Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi Publications.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Oren-Nordheim, M. (1995). Jerusalem and its Environ: Quarters, Neighborhoods and Villages 1800-1948. Jerusalem: Academon Publishing House.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Ben-Yaacov, M. (1996). The role of Sephardi and Oriental Jews in the building of new neighborhoods in Jerusalem. In H. Sa'adon (Ed.), Neighborhoods in Jerusalem: The Contribution of Oriental Jews to the City's Development (pp. 7-25). Jerusalem: Ben-Zvi Institute.  (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R., and Ben-Yaacov, M. (in press). Jewish entrepreneurship in building urban neighborhoods in Palestine at the end of the Ottoman period: The case of Jerusalem. In R. Aaronsohn and S. Stampfer (Eds.), Studies in Jewish Economic Entrepreneurship in the Modern Era. 

 

Kark, R., and Oren-Nordheim, M. (in press). Jerusalem and its Environ: Quarters, Neighborhoods and Villages, 1800-1948. Jerusalem and Detroit: Magness Press and Wayne State University Press.  (English with revisions)

 

Katz, Y. (1986). The origins of modern Tiberias: Efforts to establish Jewish neighborhoods outside the walls of Tiberias after the beginning of the 20th century. Mituv Teviryah, 4, 23-30.  (Hebrew)

 

Kaufman, B.J., and Carmon, N. (1987). Selection of target neighborhoods for urban revitalization. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Kaufman, J.B., and Carmon, N. (1992). Encouraging residential revitalization: A method for the selection of target neighborhoods. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, 9(1), 1-18. 

 

Kellerman, A. (1987). Neighborhoods and friendship networks. Environment and Planning, 19, 420-421. 

 

Kipnis, B., and Aspis, Y. (1991). Neighborhood services in the urbanizing Arab village of Israel. Defining needs by means of the value stretch model. Horizons in Geography, 33-34, 103-118.  (Hebrew)

 

Kipnis, B. (1996). Defining needs for neighborhood services in Arab urbanizing settlements of Israel: Application of the value stretch model in social policy planning. Social Security, 3, 31-51.  (Hebrew)

 

Portugali, J. (1991). An Arab segregated neighborhood in Tel-Aviv: The case of Adjami. Geography Research Forum, 11, 37-50. 

 

Sagi, S., Stern, E., and Krakover, S. (1996). Macro and micro-level factors related to sense of community: The case of temporary neighborhoods in Israel. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(5), 657-676. 

 

Shefer, D. (1981). Neighborhood deterioration: Causes, consequences and remedies. ITTC, 21-30. 

 

Shefer, D., and Primo, N. (1985). The determinants of household migration into and out of distressed neighborhoods. Urban Studies, 22, 339-347. 

 

Shefer, D. (1986). Utility changes in housing and neighborhood services for households moving into and out of distressed neighborhoods. Journal of Urban Economics, 19, 107-124. 

 

Waterman, S. (1983). Neighborhood and community in residential change decisions in the Dublin Jewish community. Irish Geography, 16, 55-68. 

 

Werczberger, E., and Berechman, Y. (1988). Incorporating neighborhood effects into spatial allocation models. Environment and Planning, 20, 595-607. 

 

Werczberger, E. (1991). Endogenous spatial externalities in residential development theory. In D.A. Boyce, P. Nijkamp, and S. Shefer (Eds.), Regional Science: Retrospect and Prospect (pp. 79-96). Berlin: Springer.