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Society and settlement : Jewish land of Israel in the twentieth century / Aharon Kellerman.

By: Kellerman, AharonMaterial type: TextTextSeries: SUNY series in Israeli studiesPublication details: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1993. Description: 1 online resource (xv, 321 pages) : illustrations, mapsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0585067686; 9780585067681; 9780791412954; 0791412954; 9780791412961; 0791412962Subject(s): Zionism -- History | Land settlement -- Palestine | Agriculture, Cooperative -- Palestine | Kibbutzim | Land settlement -- Israel | New towns -- Israel | Jerusalem | Tel Aviv (Israel) | Israel -- Boundaries | HISTORY | Middle East / Israel & Palestine | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- City Planning & Urban Development | Agriculture, Cooperative | Boundaries | Kibbutzim | Land settlement | New towns | Zionism | Israel | Israel -- Tel Aviv | Middle East -- Jerusalem | Middle East -- Palestine | Middle East | Regions & Countries - Asia & the Middle East | History & ArchaeologyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | History Additional physical formats: Print version:: Society and settlement.DDC classification: 307.1/4/08992405694 LOC classification: DS149 | .K489 1993ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Front Matter -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Table of Contents -- Tables -- Figures -- Preface -- Setting the Scene -- Approaches to the Study of Settlement Processes in Geography -- A Framework for the Study of Settlement Processes in the Land of Israel -- Conclusion -- Contents -- Part 1: Transitions in the Priorities of Zionist Objectives and in Their Geographical Implementation -- Pre-State Ideological Settlement Activity -- Introduction -- Zionist Objectives: Territory, Population, Mode of Life -- The Cooperative Settlement: 1908-1936.
The Cooperative Settlement: 1936-1948 -- Ideological Settlement Activity Since 1948 -- Between Village and Development Town: 1948-1957 -- Between Village and Development Town: 1948-1957 -- The Development Towns: 1948-1961 -- The Development Towns: 1961-1987 -- Summary and Conclusions -- Part 2: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv: Conflict Through Complementarity -- Incubation and Formation of a Capital City and a Core Area -- Introduction -- Geographical-Historical Roots -- An Eternal Capital versus a Young Core -- Cultural and Economic Characteristics of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv-Jaffa: Differences and Struggle -- Economic Specializations in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem -- Summary and Conclusions -- Part 3: Frontiers and Peripheries in Israel -- The North -- Periphery and Frontier -- Frontiers and Peripheries in Israel: A General Discussion -- The Valleys -- The Galilee -- Haifa -- The South -- The Negev -- Summary and Conclusions -- Society and Settlement in the Jewish Land of Israel: Past, Present, and Future -- Incubation -- Formation -- Maturation -- Turbulence -- What Next? -- Back Matter -- References -- Index -- Back Cover.
Summary: Annotation Scrutinzes the interrelationships between Jewish spatial organization and social structure and change in Palestine/Israel. Kellerman (geography, U. of Haifa) analyzes the development of nationwide and regional settlements and reasons for spatial and territorial choices such as cooperative villages. He uncovers the extreme differences between old and new in Jewish settlement patterns and discusses the implications for cultural development, economic functions, urban spirit, and international status in evolving Israeli society. Paper edition (unseen), $19.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-301) and index.

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Front Matter -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Table of Contents -- Tables -- Figures -- Preface -- Setting the Scene -- Approaches to the Study of Settlement Processes in Geography -- A Framework for the Study of Settlement Processes in the Land of Israel -- Conclusion -- Contents -- Part 1: Transitions in the Priorities of Zionist Objectives and in Their Geographical Implementation -- Pre-State Ideological Settlement Activity -- Introduction -- Zionist Objectives: Territory, Population, Mode of Life -- The Cooperative Settlement: 1908-1936.

The Cooperative Settlement: 1936-1948 -- Ideological Settlement Activity Since 1948 -- Between Village and Development Town: 1948-1957 -- Between Village and Development Town: 1948-1957 -- The Development Towns: 1948-1961 -- The Development Towns: 1961-1987 -- Summary and Conclusions -- Part 2: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv: Conflict Through Complementarity -- Incubation and Formation of a Capital City and a Core Area -- Introduction -- Geographical-Historical Roots -- An Eternal Capital versus a Young Core -- Cultural and Economic Characteristics of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

Jerusalem and Tel Aviv-Jaffa: Differences and Struggle -- Economic Specializations in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem -- Summary and Conclusions -- Part 3: Frontiers and Peripheries in Israel -- The North -- Periphery and Frontier -- Frontiers and Peripheries in Israel: A General Discussion -- The Valleys -- The Galilee -- Haifa -- The South -- The Negev -- Summary and Conclusions -- Society and Settlement in the Jewish Land of Israel: Past, Present, and Future -- Incubation -- Formation -- Maturation -- Turbulence -- What Next? -- Back Matter -- References -- Index -- Back Cover.

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Annotation Scrutinzes the interrelationships between Jewish spatial organization and social structure and change in Palestine/Israel. Kellerman (geography, U. of Haifa) analyzes the development of nationwide and regional settlements and reasons for spatial and territorial choices such as cooperative villages. He uncovers the extreme differences between old and new in Jewish settlement patterns and discusses the implications for cultural development, economic functions, urban spirit, and international status in evolving Israeli society. Paper edition (unseen), $19.95. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

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