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  • Skiing grounds and ski settlements in Japan
  • The author presents a topology of Japanese ski settlements through analysis of their origins and the processes of their transformation. The first group is composed of the settlements developed from existing settlements, the second group
  • of settlements newly developed. (SGA).
  • 1984
  • Types, characteristics and development evolution of settlements in the East-West Dongting Hills of Taihu Lake area.
  • Sites with fresh water supply, flood prevention, and access to fields for farmers are the governing factors for locating settlement in the area. Sub-types of settlement groups are identified according to their major functions and according
  • to the order of goods and services, as well as industries. The scale of the grouping and rationalization of location are suggested as basic conditions for directing future development of these settlements. (TNC).
  • 1984
  • The development of the Yishuv Kehillati in Judea and Samaria: process and settlement form
  • This paper analyses the development of Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria (the West Bank). Evolution of a new settlement type, the Yishuv Kehillati (Community Village). At the micro level, the Yishuv Kehillati is shown to reflect a negation
  • of the ideological factors which were responsible for the development of the kibbutzim and mosharvim in their time. At the macro level, the Yishuv Kehillati is seen as an outcome ot the government desire since 1977 to establish Jewish settlements throughout Judea
  • and Samaria. The factor accounting for the change in emphasis in both locational and settlement type, is shown to be the changing political context of Israeli society. The socio-economic structure of the Yishuv Kehillati is discussed.
  • 1984
  • The way of urbanization of China's rural settlement.
  • The evolution of village settlement towards an industrial/urban economy is rational and in harmony with Marxism while urban growth by immigration of rural population is not. The strategy of growth centres is lauded with caution and illustrated
  • 1984
  • Small towns, old and new: their status in the national settlement structure in West Malaysia in Equity with growth? Planning perspectives for small towns in developing countries.
  • Asian Institute of Technology. Division of human settlements development. Bangkok, Thailande
  • 1984
  • Human settlements system and regional development in a developing economy: a case study of a micro-region in North India in Equity with growth? Planning perspectives for small towns in developing countries.
  • Asian Institute of Technology. Division of human settlements development. Bangkok, Thailande
  • 1984
  • Spatial organisation model for rural development. An approach through settlement systems
  • 1984
  • Land settlement in Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • occuper et des terres effectivement occupées (1971-1984), des problèmes nés de cette colonisation de terres neuves. (OC).
  • 1984
  • The aim of this study is to look at the rural Newar settlements in the Kathmandu Valley from a socio-geographic point of view. Besides historical and contemporary aspects of these settlements the social forms of organization amongst Newar (family
  • 1984
  • There are over two thousand urban settlements within the Changjiang Delta area and a large and complex system of urban places with different functions is distinguishable. The four large cities have clearly functioned as development poles
  • 1984
  • Petroleum wells usually are scattered over a wide area. The siting of settlement points should consider the distance to be covered by workers daily, the requirement of site location for industries associated with petroleum, and avoid interference
  • 1984
  • Asian Institute of Technology. Division of human settlements development. Bangkok, Thailande
  • 1984
  • Asian Institute of Technology. Division of human settlements development. Bangkok, Thailande
  • 1984
  • Asian Institute of Technology. Division of human settlements development. Bangkok, Thailande
  • 1984