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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).
  • Planned Bedouin settlement in Israel: the reply
  • Recurrent patterns in traditional Afghan settlements
  • The Japanese national settlement system in Urbanization and settlement systems. International perspectives.
  • The national settlement system of India in Urbanization and settlement systems. International perspectives.
  • The role of the cooperative in the development of rurban settlements in Israel : some organisational problems
  • Recent trends in the field of rural settlement in Israel have resulted in the development of new village forms. These rurban settlements are distinguished by different socioeconomic and organisational characteristics to those of the traditional
  • kibbutz and moshav settlements. Particularly problematic is the role of the Cooperative as providing the appropriate framework for management and flexibility. - (DN)
  • Settlements in the Rajasthan Canal irrigation area, India
  • Changes in the settlement pattern of the Gaza strip, 1945-1975
  • Planned Bedouin settlement in Israel a critique
  • Bedouin settlement policy in Israel, 1964-1982: another perspective
  • Chota Nagpur Plateau: a study in Settlement geography
  • Dispersion spacing and size of rural settlements in Visakhapatnam Taluk
  • The prewart development of the urban settlement system in Hokkaido
  • Human settlements in the People's Republic of China.
  • Planned and spontaneous land settlement in Nepal: a study of two Tarai settlements in the Kanchanpur District.
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • Kanet settlements of Siwalik Hills in Haryana : a study on field landscape
  • The present field landscape study shows an immense irregularity of shape and highly fragmented nature of cultivated patches, each comprising several fields of Kanet settlements in Behlon village within the Morni Hills of Siwalik range in Haryana
  • The contemporary development of Korean settlement system in Progress in settlement systems geography.
  • Taking root: Israeli settlement in the West Bank, the Golan and Gaza-Sinai, 1967-1980.