Social geography



Anson, J. (1988). Mortality and living conditions: Relative mortality levels and their relation to the physical quality of life in urban populations. Social Science and Medicine, 27, 901-910. 


Anson, J. (1991). Demographic indices as social indicators. Environment and Planning A, 23, 433-446. 


Anson, J. (1993). Geographical regions and ethnic groups? Social geography as the sociology of space. In J. Anson, E. Todorova, G. Kressel, and M. Genov (Eds.), Ethnicity and Politics in Bulgaria and Israel (pp. 13-28). Aldershot: Avebury. 


Anson, J. (1993). Regional mortality differences in Britain, 1931-1987: A two dimensional analysis. Journal of Biosocial Science, 25, 383-395. 


Anson, J., and Anson, O. (1997). Surviving the holidays: Gender differences in mortality in the context of three Moslem holidays. Sex Roles, 37, 381-399. 


Azaryahu, M., and Bar-Gal, Y. (1998). Jewish tradition and national cemeteries: Two Israeli cases. In H. Brodsky (Ed.), Land and Community: Geography in Jewish Studies (pp. 105-126). Maryland: University of Maryland Press. 


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


Bar-Gal, Y. (1975). Changes in the structure of minority villages in Israel. Sociologia Ruralis, 15, 173-188. 


Bar-Gal, Y. (1979). The perceptions of the map of Israel. Studies in Education, 22, 125-140.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1979). Perception of borders in a changing territory: The case of Israel. Journal of Geography, 78, 273-276. 


Bar-Gal, Y., and Shamai, S. (1983). The swamps of Yizrael valley -Images and realities. Cathedra, 30, 185-195.  (Hebrew)


Bar-Gal, Y. (1987). Social pluralism and the urban fringe: The Israeli case. In C.S. Yadav (Ed.), Perspectives in Urban Geography, Vol. 9 (pp. 41-53). New Delhi: Rural Urban Fringe. 


Baron, M., Ben-Zion, U., and Carmon, N. (1988). The impact of Project Renewal on reduction of socio-economic disparities and on migration to and from the neighborhoods. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion. (Hebrew)


Beaujeu-Garnier, J. and Reichman, S. (1979). Urbanization and social justice: a tentative problem identification. In J. Beaujeu-Garnier and S. Reichman (Eds.), Urbanisation et justice sociale, (pp. 7-13). Jerusalem: National Council for Research and Development.


Borukhov, E., Ginsberg, Y., and Werczberger, E. (1979). The social ecology of the Tel-Aviv metropolitan area. Urban Affairs Quarterly, 15, 183-205. 


Carmon, N., and Mannheim, B. (1975). Reference groups and professional self-image. Megamot, 21(2), 168-178.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1976). Social planning of housing. The Journal of Social Policy, 5, 49-59. 


Carmon, N., and Mannheim, B. (1979). Housing policy as a tool of social policy. Social Forces, 58(1), 336-351. 


Carmon, N. (1985). Poverty and culture: Empirical evidence and implications for social policy. Sociological Perspectives, 27(4), 403-417. 


Carmon, N. (1988). Planned social change: An evaluation. Megamot, 31(3-4), 299-321.  (Hebrew)


Carmon, N. (1993). The implications of peace on the Israeli society, The Scenario of Peace - Discussion Papers. Second Stage of Israel 2000 - A Master Plan for Israel of the 2000s (pp. 46-54). Haifa: The Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion.  (Hebrew)


Churchman, A., Lichfield, D., and Kreiger, I. (1985). The target population of the Israeli community centers - In theory and in practice. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion. (Hebrew)


Churchman, A., and Frenkel, A. (1992). Guidelines for residential buildings for the orthodox population. Haifa: The Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion. (Hebrew)


Efrat, E. (1983). Geography of Welfare, Social Gap and Inequality. Tel-Aviv: Achiasaf.  (Hebrew)


Felsenstein, D. (1997). Time-distance substitution in Halacha. In H. Brodsky and R. Mitchell (Eds.), Land and Community: Geography in Jewish Studies (pp. 67-86). Maryland: University of Maryland Press. 


Felsenstein, D. (1998). Indices for distance measurement in Halacha. Studies in Israeli Geography, 14, 214-228.  (Hebrew)


Golan, A. (1998). Establishment, war refugees and immigrants: the reorganization of urban space during and following the 1948 war. Studies in the Geography of Eretz Israel, 16, 28-46.


Gonen, A. (1970). Services: Public education, culture and recreation, health and welfare, postal services and tourism, Atlas of Israel (pp. 1-5). Tel-Aviv.  (Hebrew)


Gonen, A. (1977). Community support system for mentally handicapped adults: An alternative to spatially distributed human service facilities. Philadelphia: Regional Science Research Institute.


Gonen, A. (1978). Basic pattern in the social geography of Israeli cities. In O.U. Schmeltz (Ed.), Demography in Israel, 1977. Jerusalem: Institute of Contemporary Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 


Gonen, A. (1993). Under-representation of Ashkenazi Jews in certain Israeli towns. In U.O. Schmeltz and S. DellaPergola (Eds.), Papers in Jewish Demography, Vol. 25 (pp. 266-273). Jerusalem: The Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 


Hershkovitz, S. (1997). Developments in human and social geography of Israel, Law Enforcement in the 21st Century  - Projections and Forecasts for the Israeli Society at the Turn of the Century, Vol. 1 (pp. 11-34). Jerusalem: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology.  (Hebrew)


Hershkovitz, S., and Oval, M. (1998). The ultra orthodox population in Jerusalem: Characteristics and needs. Jerusalem: The Municipality of Jerusalem. (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1981). The Jewish community in Jaffa at the end of the late Ottoman period. Land and Nature, 6, 152-156.  (Hebrew)


Kark, R. (1991). Rabbi Tzuf Dvash and the founding of Machaneh Yisrael, the Maghrabi neighborhood in nineteenth century new Jerusalem. In S. Shetreet (Ed.), Studies on North African Jewry Book (pp. 66-83). Tel-Aviv: Am Oved Publishers.  (Hebrew)


Katz, Y. (1991). Jewish law and spatial and communal organization, Sacred Spaces and Profane Places - Essays in the Geographics of Judaism, Christianity and Islam (pp. 3-21). New York: Greenwood Press.  (Hebrew)


Khamaisi, R. (1991). The land ownership shape of the social geography of the Arab localities. Mivnim, 101, 62-74.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B., and Aspis, Y. (1994). Application of the "value stretch model" for social policy planning. Social Security, 42, 52-69.  (Hebrew)


Kliot, N. (1983). Dualism and landscape transformation in northern Sinai - Some outcomes of the Egypt - Israeli peace treaty. In N. Kliot and S. Waterman (Eds.), Pluralism and Political Geography (pp. 173-186). Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm. 


Kliot, N. (1984). Geography of hostages, The 1983 Year Book of the Israeli Geographical Association (pp. 57-89).  (Hebrew)


Kliot, N. (1987). Here and there: The phenomenology of settlement removal from northern Sinai. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 23(2), 35-52. 


Kosmin, B.A., and Waterman, S. (1986). Recent trends in Anglo-Jewish marriages. Jewish Journal of Sociology, 28, 49-57. 


Krakover, S. (1982). Line printer mapping -SYMAP. In D. Thompson (Ed.), Software for Computer Assisted Mapping (pp. 82). College Park: University of Maryland. 


Krakover, S. (1982). Plotter choropleth mapping - CALFORM. In D. Thompson (Ed.), Software for Computer Assisted Mapping (pp. 84). College Park: University of Maryland. 


Krakover, S. (1982). Perspective diagrams - SYMVU. In D. Thompson (Ed.), Software for Computer Assisted Mapping (pp. 49). College Park: University of Maryland. 


Krakover, S., and MacKormack, K. (1982). Surface mapping - SURFACE II. In D. Thompson (Ed.), Software for Computer Assisted Mapping (pp. 78). College Park: University of Maryland. 


Krakover, S. (1989). Social ecology of medium-size cities: The case of Ashquelon and Rehovot. Merhavim, 3, 103-123.  (Hebrew)


Lipshitz, G. (1985). The geography of welfare in Israel. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 12, 151-166.  (Hebrew)


Lipshitz, G. (1986). The stability of the spatial pattern of welfare: The Israeli case. Geoforum, 17, 353-366. 


Meir, A. (1994). The evolution of territoriality among the Negev Bedouin in transition from nomadism to sedentarization. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 14, 71-92.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1996). Territoriality among the Negev Bedouin in transition from nomadism to sedentarism. In P.C. Salzman and U. Fabietti (Eds.), Tribal and Peasant Pastoralism: The Dialectics of Cohesion and Fragmentation (pp. 187-207). Pavia: IBIS. 


Meir, A., and Anson, J. (1996). Religiosity, nationalism and fertility in Israel. European Journal of Population, 12, 1-25. 


Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (1999). Directions in the Evolution of Ideal Pluralism and Critical Research in Israeli Geography. In N. Kliot, A. Golan, and A. Peled, (eds.) Trends in Israeli Geography, (pp.83-91). Haifa: Haifa University and Israeli Geographical Association.


Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (1999). On Tribalism, Pluralism and Individualism in Israeli Geography. Ofakim BaGeographia, 51, 47-56. (Hebrew).


Newman, D. (1987). Culture, conflict and cemeteries, Lebensraum for the dead. Journal of Cultural Geography, 7(1), 99-115. 


Pohoryles, S. (1970). Encyclopedia of Social Sciences (Vol. C, D). Tel-Aviv: Sifriat Poalim. 


Portugali, J. (1987). Nationalism social theory and the Israeli Palestinian case. In R.J. Johnston, D. Knight, E. Kofman, and C. Helm (Eds.), Geographical Perspectives on Nationalism. Kent: Croom Helm. 


Reichman, S. (1976). Travel patterns as a social phenomenon: an Israeli case-study. Project F-7, FordFoundation, 36 pp.


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. 


Shachar, A. (1970). Computer mapping of Jerusalem. Computers and Automation, 26-28. 


Shamai, S., and Bar-Gal, Y. (1987). The swamps of the Jezrael valley: A struggle over the myth. Sociologia Internationalis, 25, 193-206. 


Shamir-Shinan, L. (1975). The social ecology of Jerusalem. Jerusalem: World Institute. (Hebrew)


Soffer, A. (1977). The 'Double Column' plan - A geographical-human aspect. Horizons in Geography, 3, 57-70.  (Hebrew)


Soffer, A. (1989). Jewish and Islamic fundamentalism in Israel: Reasons, processes and results. Geographia Religionum, 13(7), 155-174. 


Soffer, A. (1998). The Israeli Druze - Geographical perspectives. In N. Dana (Ed.), The Israeli Druze (pp. 187-202). Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press.  (Hebrew)


Stern, E. and Katz, G., (2000). A Garden, Two Cars, and Proximity to the Big City.   Panim Quarterly for Society, Culture and Education, 13, 12-21.


Thompson, D., and Krakover, S. (1982). Software for Computer Assisted Mapping. College Park: University of Maryland. 


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. (1985). A note on the migration of Jews from Dublin. Jewish Journal of Sociology, 25, 23-27. 


Waterman, S., and Kosmin, B.A. (1986). British Jewry in the Eighties (pp. 56). London: Board of Deputies of British Jews.


Waterman, S. (1987). On the south side of the Liffey. The Jewish Quarterly, 34(1), 28-30. 


Waterman, S. (1989). Jews in an Outer London Borough - Barnet. London: Queen Mary College. 


Waterman, S. (1992). Academic freedom and the freedom of academics. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 16, 115-119. 


Waterman, S. (1992). The geographic expansion of Jewish communities and its implication for social cohesion and community organization. In S. DellaPergola and L. Cohen (Eds.), World Jewish Population: Trends and Policies (pp. 106-111). Jerusalem: Institute of Contemporary Jewry, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 


Waterman, S. (1997). The return of Jews to London. In A. Kershen (Ed.), London: the Promised Land? - The Migrant Experience in a Capital City (pp. 143-160). Avebury: Aldershot. 


Werczberger, E. (1997). Aging and the demographic ecology of urban areas. In L.A. Pastalan (Ed.), Shelter Services Issues for Aging Populations (pp. 125-146). New York: The Haworth Press. 


Yahel, Ch., Meir, A. and Gradus, Y. (2000). Social Aspects of Siting Locally Undesired Public Facilities, Karka, 49, 83-95. (Hebrew)


Yiftachel, O. (1997). Nation-building or ethnic fragmentation? Ashkenazim, Mizrahim and Arabs in the Israeli frontier. Space and Polity, 1(2), 149-169. 


Yiftachel, O. (1997). Nation-building and national land: Social and legal dimensions. Iyunei Mishpat, 21, 637-664.  (Hebrew)


Yiftachel, O., Alexander, I., Hedgcock, D., and Little, J. (1999). The Power of Planning: States, Communities and Social Relations in the 1990s. Hague: Kluwer Academic Publications.