Settlement policy

 

Applebaum, L. and Jacobson, E. (1970). Organizational and Administrative Structure. In A. Bendavid, Ed.), The Lakhish Region - Background Study for Research in Regional Development Planning, (pp. 70-83). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center.

 

Applebaum, L. (1983). New Settlement Patterns in the Galilee. In A. Shmueli, A. Sopher, and N. Kliot, (Eds.). The Lands of Galilee,  (pp. 717-722). Haifa: Haifa University. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. and Margulies, J. (1985). The Israeli Village Towards the Year 2000: The Changing Structure of Rural Communities (Publications on Problems of Regional Development 39). Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L. and Newman, D. (1991). The Community Settlment Between Village and Suburb: Changes in the Rural Settlement of Israel. In C. Surkis, E. Rapp, and T. Shachar, (Eds.). The Changing Geography of Israel: Core and Periphery, (pp. 14-33). Jerualem: Ministry of Education and Culture. (Hebrew)

 

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 Newman, D. (1997). Rural Trends in Israel and their Implications on Local Government. Jerusalem: The Florsheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)

 

Applebaum, L.  (1998). The Changing Structure Of Rural Areas In Israel. Horizons in Geography, 48-49, 9-24. (Hebrew)

 

Golan, A. (1992). The transfer of abandoned rural arab lands to Jews during Israel's War of Independence. Cathedra, 63, 122-154. (Hebrew)

 

Golan, A. (1995). The transfer to Jewish control of abandoned Arab land during the War of Independence. In  S.I. Troen, and N. Lucas (Eds.), Israel: The First Decade of Independence, (pp. 403-440). Albany: State University of New York Press.

 

Golan, A. (1997).  The transformation of abandoned Arab rural areas. Israel Studies, 2 (1), 94-110.

 

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.

 

Newman, D. (1982). Jewish settlement in the West Bank: The role of Gush Emunim, Vol. 16: Center for Middle  Eastern and Islamic Studies, University of Durham.

 

Newman, D. (1985). The Impact of Gush Emunim. London: Croom Helm.

 

Newman, D. (1985). Spatial structures and ideological change in the West Bank. In D. Newman (Ed.), The Impact of Gush Emunim: Politics and Settlement in the West Bank (pp. 172-182). London: Croom Helm. 

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1985). The role of the cooperative in the development of rurban settlements: Some organizational problems. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 13(1), 27-39. 

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1989). Between Village and Suburb: New Settlement Types in Israel. Jerusalem: Bialik Publishers. 

 

Newman, D., Applebaum, L., and Margulies, J. (1989). Institutions and settlers as reluctant partners: Changing power relations and the development of new settlement patterns in Israel. Journal of Rural Studies, 5(1), 99-109. 

 

Newman, D. (1989). The role of civilian and military presence as strategies of territorial control: The Arab-Israel conflict. Political Geography, 8(3), 215-227. 

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1989). Defining the rurban settlement: Planning models and functional realities in Israel. Urban Geography, 10(3), 281-295. 

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1991). The private sector settlements in Israel: Developmental process and local government status. Rehovot: The Center for Development Studies.

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1991). From monopoly to pluralism: The adaptation of private initiative in the process of establishing new settlements in Israel's rural areas. Environment and Planning, 44, 35-49. 

 

Newman, D., and Applebaum, L. (1991). Private sector settlements at the municipal divide: Between the regional and local council. Town and Region, 22, 52-71. 

 

Newman, D. and Applebaum, L. (1992). Private Sector Settlements on the Municipal "Juncture": Between the Local Committee and the Local Council. City and Region, 22, 52-71 (Hebrew).

 

Newman, D. and Applebaum, L. (1992). Recent Exurbanisation in Israel. In Y. Golani, S. Eldor, and M. Garon, (Eds.). Planning and Housing in Israel in the Wake of Rapid Changes, (pp. 313- 321). Tel-Aviv: R.& L. Creative Communications (prepared on the occasion of the 41st International Federation for Housing and Planning Congress, 13-18 September, 1992 by the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Housing and Construction, Israel).

 

Newman, D. (1994). Social and political factors in the Golan settlement process. In A. Degani and M. Inbar (Eds.), Sefer HaGolam VeHehermon (pp. 487-502). Tel-Aviv: Eretz Publications.  (Hebrew)

 

Newman, D., Gradus, Y., and Levinson, E. (1995). The impact of mass immigration on the urban settlements in a frontier region: The case of the Negev. Beer Sheva: The Negev Center for Regional Development, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

 

Newman, D. (1996). Settlements and boundaries: A mutually enforcing relationship. Palestine-Israel Journal, 3(2), 54-61. 

 

Weitz, R., with the assistance of Applebaum, L. (1968). Introduction to Rural Regional Planning. Rehovot: Settlement Study Center. (Hebrew)