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  • Settlement myth and settlement activity: interrelationships in the Zionist land of Israel
  • Environment ; Frontier ; Ideology ; Israel ; Myth ; Political geography ; Security ; Settlement ; Zionism
  • Settlement frontiers may bring about the production of political settlement myths leading future settlers to frontier settlements. Such myths may develop through three phases of geographical interpretation. These phases are expressed in various
  • outlets of the collective memory and civil religion. Zionist myths may be interpreted as dealing with environmental struggles, social development and security. They are interelated with several chains of local or regional settlement processes and events.
  • 1996
  • Reconstruction and postdevelopmentalism in South Africa: the case of an informal settlement in Pietermaritzburg-Msunduzi (1990-1995)
  • Apartheid ; Housing ; Informal settlement ; Local authority ; Natal ; Segregation ; South Africa ; Squatter ; Urban policy ; Urban settlement
  • The spontaneous mushrooming of informal settlements was a significant feature of the 1990s. The changing approaches to such activities under the apartheid and post-apartheid local state are examined in relation to the experiences of a specific
  • 1996
  • Colonialism, colonization and the settlement in Israel as a colonial enterprise
  • Colonialism ; Colonization ; Israel ; Jews ; Palestine ; Settlement
  • 1996
  • Sweden and the Holy Land: pietistic and communal settlement
  • Colonization ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Immigration ; Israel ; Lebanon ; Nineteenth Century ; Religion ; Settlement
  • Two settlements are examined: the Swedish Templer Colony in Lebanon (1876-79), and the American-Swedish Colony, a religious commune in Jerusalem (1881-1960), within the analytical framework of Wright's and Tuan's Concept of geopietism and Guelke's
  • idealist approach to historical geography. These pionnier settlements should be viewed within the backdrop of the changing religious trends and the forces of emigration in 19th century Sweden, concepts of the Holy Land, and the relationships between Swedish
  • 1996
  • Imitation or original? Shaping the cultural landscape of pionner Jewish settlement in Eretz Israel (1882-1914)
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Immigration ; Israel ; Jews ; Pioneer fringe ; Planning ; Settlement ; Years 1880-89 ; Years 1890-99 ; Years 1900-09
  • During the first 40 years of the settlement process, a particular type of settlement dominated the Jewish activity in the land. It was the moshava, the Hebrew term for village. It was based on private ownership of land, and on the family as the unit
  • of production and consumption. It made a Jewish imprint on the landscape, by creating a unique form of settlement. The process of shaping its cultural landscape is described.
  • 1996
  • Administration ; Administrative unit ; Czech Republic ; Settlement ; Settlement system
  • The geographic organisation of society when trying to solve questions of transformation of territorial administration. The hierarchy of real settlement systems and the hierarchy of system of administration and selfgovernment applied to the situation
  • 1996
  • Belize ; Historical geography ; Marketing ; Rural landscape ; Settlement
  • Description of early logwood extraction and English settlement, its effect on the Belizean landscape, and the place of Belize in the British imperial system. Logwood was central to Belize's national myth. - (DWG)
  • 1996
  • Geographical information ; Settlement ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • As an alternative to maps, profiles provide a visualization technique for representing and analyzing the structure of geographic information. Presents three profiles of human settlement in the United States by way of example. - (DWG)
  • 1996
  • Landlordism in Third World urban low-income settlements: a case for further research
  • The increasing penetration of commodity relationships has raised the cost of ownership and has implications for the development of landlordism. There is a need to focus on rental housing markets in low-income settlements, but these markets have been
  • 1996
  • Short and long term influence on soil erosion of settlement by peasant farmers in KwaZulu Natal
  • An examination of soil erosion on a section of subarid riverine and interior lowland area which was resettled only in 1958. The extent of soil erosion was studied from air photographs. Initial high rates of erosion declined once the settlers
  • 1996
  • Multiagent systems and the dynamics of a settlement system
  • Artificial intelligence ; Central places ; Model ; Self-organizing behaviour ; Settlement ; Settlement system ; Simulation ; System dynamics ; Urban system
  • 1996
  • Other laws, other landscapes, settlement of the world's temperate grasslands
  • Emigration ; Europeans ; Historical geography ; International migration ; Land ; Nineteenth Century ; Origin-destination ; Population geography ; Settlement ; Temperate zone
  • 1996
  • A bluff model of riverine settlement in prehistoric Amazonia
  • Agriculture ; Amazon Basin ; Amazonas River ; Archaeology ; Archeological site ; Cultural capacity ; Floodplain ; Historical geography ; Intensive cultivation ; Land use ; Settlement ; South America ; Valley ; Village
  • 1996
  • Farm ; Great Hungarian Plain ; Hungary ; Settlement ; Town ; Urban population ; Working population
  • Author analyses the recent development tendencies of towns and scattered farmsteads (tanyas) in the agricultural region of Great Hungarian Plain. Population dynamics, rural-urban migration and employment structures are investigated by settlement
  • types. Due to alterations in the occupational structure and in other characteristics of towns the internal structure of these settlements has also been modified. Most of them still retain morphological features typical of market towns, there has been
  • 1996
  • Counterurbanization ; Internal migration ; Migratory flow ; Population concentration ; Settlement ; Settlement system ; Urban development ; Urbanization
  • 1996
  • Tanzania has been known as a liberal host country for African refugees fot about three decades, despite the country itself is suffering from an economic crisis. Tanzanian integrated rural settlements for refugees play an important role providing
  • long-term strategies to solve the refugee crisis locally when there is no hope of repatriation. With the mass influx of refugees after the genocide in Rwanda in 1994 the integrated approach of rural settlements can no longer be an adequate strategy
  • 1996
  • Ethnic community ; Immigration ; International migration ; Israel ; Jews ; Settlement ; Spatial distribution ; USSR
  • and settlement pattern of the country considerably. - (JS)
  • 1996
  • Home-based enterprises in low-income settlements; Evidence from Pereira, Colombia
  • 1996
  • Belize ; Cultural studies ; Rural house ; Rural settlement ; Tradition
  • 1996