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  1. Axhausen, K. W., Gret-Regamey, A, (Ed.) (2010). disP – The Planning Review 183. Zurich.
  1. Bulmer, M. and Warwick, D. P. (1983). Social Research in Developing Countries – Surveys and Censuses in the Third World. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., Chichster.

  2. Cernea, M. M. (Ed.) (1985). Putting People First – Sociological Variables in Rural Development. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  3. Cernea, M. M. (1988). Involuntary Resettlement in Development Projects. World Bank Technical Paper N. 80.
  4. Cernea, M. M. (1990). From Unused Social Knowledge to Policy Creation: the Case of Population Resettlement. Harvard Institute for International Development, Harvard.
  5. Chambers, R. (1986). Rural Development – Putting the Last First. Longman, London.
  6. Efrat, E. and Gabrieli, E. (1966). Physical Master Plan of the Northern Negev. Ministry of Interior – Planning Department, Jerusalem.
  7. Efrat, E. (1967). Physical Master Plan of Jerusalem – Ashdod Region. Ministry of Interior – Planning Department, Jerusalem.
  8. Efrat, E. (1970). Judea and Samaria: Guidelines for Regional and Physical Planning. Ministry of Interior – Planning Department, Jerusalem.
  9. Efrat, E. (1974). Outline Scheme of Israel Coastal Strips. Ministry of Interior – Planning Department, Jerusalem.
  10. Fenge, T. and Rees, W. E. (1987). Hinterland or Homeland? Land-Use Planning in Northern Canada. Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, Ottawa.
  11. Fenster, T. and Yacobi, H. (Eds.) (2010). Remembering, Forgetting and City Builders. Ashgate, London.
  12. Fenster, T. and Yiftachel, O. (Eds.) (1997). "Frontier Development and Indigenous Peoples". In Diamond, D. and Massam, B.H. (Eds.), Progress in Planning, Vol. 47, Part 4.
  13. Hardiman, M. and Midgley, J. (1982). The Social Dimensions of Development – Social Policy and Planning in the Third World. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester.
  14. Hardoy, J. E. and Satterthwaite, D. (1989). Squatter Cities – Life in the Urban Third World. Earthscan, London.
  15. Integrated Development Systems (1983). Foreign Aid and Development in Nepal: Proceedings of a Seminar (October 4-5, 1983).
  16. Meir, A. and Duenias, J. (2006). University, City and Relationships in Space: Sapir College and the City of Sderot. Negev Center for Regional Development.
  17. Midgley, J., Hall, A., Hardiman, M., Narine, D. (1986). Community Participation, Social Development, and the State. Methuen, London.
  18. Miraftab, F. (1996). Women's Empowerment: Participation in Shelter Strategies at the Community Level in Urban Informal Settlements. United Nations Centre for Human Settlements.
  19. National Seminar on Irrigation Management in Nepal (1987). Irrigation Management in Nepal – Research Papers from a National Seminar. Bharatpur.
  20. Peake, L. (Ed.) (2007). Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography. Vol. 14, N. 1.
  21. State of Israel (2001). National Report: Habitat. United Nations Conference on Human Settlements, Istanbul.
  22. Thomas, H. (Ed.) (1994). Values and Planning. Avebury, Aldershot.
  23. Webster, A. (1986). Introduction to the Sociology of Development. Macmillian, London.


     Bedouins, Palestinians and the Negev

  1. Bedouin Arab Rights Report (1992). Association for Support and Defense of Bedouin Rights in Israel, Beersheba.
  2. Eghbarieh, M. and Mahajneh, M. (1992). Bedouins in the Negev: Attituted and Aspirations – Final Report. DIIMA Institute, Musmus.
  3. Hamaisi, R. (1990). Master Plan for the Bedouin Population in the Southern District – Final Report. Association for Support and Defense of Bedouin Rights in Israel, Beersheba.
  4. Jabareen, H. (Ed.) (2000). Adalah's Review. Vol. 2: Land.
  5. Jabareen, H. (Ed.) (2002). Adalah's Review. Vol. 3.
  6. Palestine International Business Forum (2007). Future Economic Relations Between the Palestinian and Israeli Economics.
  7. Swirski, S. (2006). Invisible Citizens: Israeli Government Policy Toward the Negev Bedouins. Adva, Tel-Aviv.


Community and Human Rights

  1. Amiraux, V., Ezzat, H. R., Abdalla, A. M., Holloway, R. (2004). Faith and Secularism. British Council, London.
  2. Baer, J. M., Klamer, A., Throsby, D., Laleye, I.-P. (2004). Cultural Diversity. British Council, London.
  3. Crooke, A., Milton-Edwards, B., Kaldor, M., Vallely, P. (2004). Re-imagining Security. British Council, London.
  4. Eade, J., Jahjah, D. A., Sassen, S. (2004) Identities on the Move. British Council, London.
  5. Fenster, T. (2004). The Global City and the Holy City – Narratives on Knowledge, Planning and Diversity. Pearson, Harlow.
  6. International Commission of Jurists (2006). International Human Rights: References to Human Rights Violations on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.
  7. Israeli Women's Network (1996). Habitat II: Shadow Report. Jerusalem.
  8. Kearns, G. and Philo, C. (1993). Selling Places – The City as Cultural Capital, Past and Present. Pergamon, Oxford.
  9. Kennedy, H, Sadjareh, M, Bielefeldt, H., Loh, C. (2004). Do Human Rights Travel?. British Council, London.
  10. Kook, R. (Ed.) (2006). HAGAR: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities. Vol. 6, N. 2.
  11. Mayer, L. (1999). Imifino Yasendle, Imifino isiZulu: the Ethnobotany, Historical Ecology and Nutrition of Traditional Vegetables in KwaZulu-Natal. University of Cape Town, Cape Town.
  12. Motzafi-Haller, P. and Feige, M. (Eds.) (2008). HAGAR: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities. Vol. 8 N. 1.
  13. Motzafi-Haller, P. and Feige, M. (Eds.) (2008). HAGAR: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities. Vol. 8 N. 1. Special Issue: Diaspora and Migration in the Middle East.
  14. Ochanomizu University – The 21st Century COE Program (2007). "Beyond the Difference: Repositioning Gender and Development in Asain and the Pacific Context". Frontiers of Gender Studies 32, F-GENS.
  15. Pratt, M. L., Manley, R. G., Bassnett, S. (2004). Intercultural Dialogue. British Council, London.
  16. Rose, M. and Wadham-Smith, N. (2004). Mutuality, Trust and Cultural Relations. British Council, London.
  17. Sardar, Z., Einri, P. M., Bralo, Z. (2004). What is British?. British Council, London.
  18. Scurton, R., Worpole, K. and Hage, G. (2004). What Would You Die For?. British Council, London.
  19. Suteu, S., Belge, M., Szaybo, P. (2004). Growing a Bigger Europe. British Council, London.
  20. Yiftachel, O. (Ed.) (2004). HAGAR: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities. Volume 5 (1).
  21. Yucesoy, E. U. (2006). Everyday Urban Public Space – Turkish Immigrant Women's Perspective.



  1. Barzilai, G. and Elharrar, A. (2006). Protecting the Environment with Human Rights Law: a Political Perspective. Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv.
  2. Fackler, A. (Ed.) (2004). Made in Germany – Architecture + Ecology. Goethe Institute, Munich.
  3. Lubanov, C. (Ed.) (2007). Environmental (In) Justice Report 2007 – Environment Planning and Society in Urban Spaces in Israel. The Environmental Justice Committee, Tel Aviv.
  4. Pearce, D., Barbier, E., Markandya, A. (1990). Sustainable Development – Economics and Environment in the Third World. Billing and Sons, Ltd., Worcester.

Miscellaneous Material

  1. Gregory, S. (1978). Statistical Methods and the Geographer (Fourth Edition).Longman, London.
  2. Hoodbhoy, P., Glaser, D., Shapin, S (2004). Trust Me, I'm a Scientist. British Council, London.
  3. Krakover, S. and Gradus, Y. (Eds.) (2000). Israeli Scholars' Publications in Human Geography and Development Studies. Ben-Gurion University Press, Beer-Sheba.
  4. McArthur, T. (1985). The Written Word: a Course in Controlled Composition (Book 2). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  5. Peterman, M. (1994). Journal of Canadian Studies. Vol. 28, N. 4.
  6. Reeve, A. (Ed.) (2006). Aesop Yearbook, 2006. AESOP.
  7. Robinson, A., Sale, R., Morrison, K. (1978). Elements of Cartography (4th Edition). John Wiley & Sons, New York.
  8. Todaro, M. P. (1985). Economics for a Developing World (Second Edition). Longman, Singapore.
  9. Quaini, M. (1974). Geography and Marxism. Basil Blackwell, Oxford.