Residential geography

 

 

Ben-Artzi, Y. (1980). Residential patterns and intra-urban migration of Arabs in Haifa, Occasional Papers on the Middle-East, 1, Haifa: Haifa University Press. (Hebrew)

 

Feitelson, E. (1993). Stratification and segmentation of residential demand: Theory and application. Environment and Planning A, 25, 553-569. 

 

Gonen, A. (1977). Residential patterns of the middle class in the metropolitan region of Tel-Aviv. Nofim, 9-10, 171-178.  (Hebrew)

 

Hershkovitz, S. (1986). The expansion of offices into residential areas: Organized social protest in a threatened neighborhood. Geoforum, 18, 165-172. 

 

Hershkovitz, S. (1987). Residential segregation by religion - A conceptual framework. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 78, 44-52. 

 

Kipnis, B. (1974). Design and economic considerations in hillside residential developments. Case studies in Southern California. International Technical Cooperation Centre Review, 277-288. 

 

Kipnis, B. (1986). Graph analysis of metropolitan residential mobility: Methodology and theoretical implications. Urban Studies, 22(2), 179-187. 

 

Portugali, J., Benenson, I., and Omer, I. (1994). Socio-spatial residential dynamics: Stability and instability within a self-organized city. Geographical Analysis, 26(4), 321-340. 

 

Portugali, J., Benenson, I., and Omer, I. (1994). Socio-spatial residential dynamics, stability and instability in a self-organizing city. Geographical Analysis, 26(4), 321-340. 

 

Shachar, A. (1969). Methods of characterizing residential areas. In D. Soen (Ed.), Urban Renewal: An Interdisciplinary Symposium (pp. 1-6). Tel-Aviv: Institute for Planning and Development.  (Hebrew)

 

Waterman, S. (1981). Changing residential patterns of the Jewish community in Dublin. Irish Geography, 14, 41-50. 

 

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

 

Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1988). Residential patterns and processes: A study of Jews in three London boroughs. Transactions: Institute of British Geographers, 13, 75-91. 

 

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.