Integration and Segregation Among Population Groups in Geographic Space
Author: Rivka Bar-Yosef, Dalit Nachshon-Sharon
August 31, 2000
This study emphasized the inhabitants, not the level, of localities. We had no data or indices that would rank localities in terms of the well-being and quality of life that they give their inhabitants, e.g., sewage systems, sidewalks, transport, and accessible services tailored to residents’ needs. Although there is usually a correspondence between inhabitants’ personal socioeconomic circumstances and the quality of public well-being at the locality level, it may not exist by necessity. The assumption underlying the Project Renewal programs was that one can assure an appropriate quality of life in localities that are not tenanted by the affluent.
This publication is in Hebrew only.