Public participation


Alterman, R. (1982). Planning for public participation: The design on implementable strategies. Environment and Planning B, 9, 295-313. 


Alterman, R., Harris, D., and Hill, M. (1984). The impact of public participation on planning: The case of the Derbyshire structure plan. Town Planning Review, 55(2), 177-196. 


Alterman, R., Churchman, A., and Law-Yone, H. (1987). A Handbook for Public Participation in Planning (2 ed.). Haifa: Technion Textbook Publishing House.  (Hebrew)


Alterman, R., and Churchman, A. (1991). Israel's Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program: The Great Experiment and its Lessons. Haifa: Samuel Neaman Press.  (Hebrew)


Churchman, A. (1980). Public participation as a means of dealing with conflicting views: A case study in Israel. Contact - Journal of Urban and Environmental Affairs, 12(1), 85-90. 


Churchman, A. (1985). Resident involvement and participation in Project Renewal. In R. Alterman, N. Carmon, and Hill (Eds.), Comprehensive Evaluation of Project Renewal, Vol. 2. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion. 


Churchman, A. (1987). Can resident participation in neighborhood rehabilitation programs succeed: Israel's Project Renewal through a comparative perspective. In I. Altman and A. Wandersman (Eds.), Neighborhood and Community Environments (pp. 113-162). New York: Plenum. 


Churchman, A. (1988). Issues in resident participation - Lessons from the Israeli experience. Policy Studies, 16(2), 290-299. 


Churchman, A. (1988). Resident participation in Project Renewal: Goals and achievements. Megamot, 31(3-4), 342-362.  (Hebrew)


Churchman, A. (1990). Resident participation issues through the prism of Israel's Project Renewal. In N. Carmon (Ed.), Neighborhood Policy and Programs - Past and Present (pp. 164-178). London: Macmillan Press. 


Fenster, T. (1995). Participation as a political process in enforced resettlement  projects. Geography Research Forum, 15, 33-48. 


Vraneski, A., and Alterman, R. (1994). Who is (not) afraid of citizen participation in planning? City and Region, 23, 123-150.  (Hebrew)


Vranesky, A., Alterman, R., and Churchman, A. (1985). Public participation and the Israel planning and building law. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)