PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Yosef Jabareen
Advisor's Email jabareen@technion.ac.il
No of theses 15
Department Architecture and Town Planning
Department Web Site architecture.technion.ac.il
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Switat Orwa 2021 PhD Abstracts The Relations between States and Minorities in Planning
Hirsh Helly 2021 PhD Ontological (In)Security in the Face of Displacement: The Case of the Ejipura Demolition
Sahly Amin 2018 PhD Abstracts Impacts of Globalization and Neo-Liberalism on Spatial and Social Spaces in Developing Cities
Malouf Anan 2019 MSc Abstracts The Virtual Urban From of the Contemporary Digitized Order: Typologies and Concepts
Hirsh Helly 2016 MSc Abstracts Status of Disempowered Social Groups in Public Participation Processes. Case Study: Urban Regeneration in Haifa
Switat Orwa 2016 MSc Abstracts Planning among Indigenous Peoples and the Role of Civil Society; The Case of Unrecognized Villages in Negev Region in Israel
Naor Chen 2016 MSc Abstracts Studentification in Peripherals Communities in Israel: Socio-Spatial Relationships between College Students and Local Residents
Aloni Adam 2015 MSc Abstracts Prefiguring Iqrit: A Strategic framework for Radical Planning
Shani Noga 2015 MSc Abstracts The City of Safed: Between a 'Religioua Center' and 'State Periphery'
Zehngut Omer 2015 MSc Abstracts The Influence of Civil Society on Urban Planning The Case of Haifa
Mudrik Yair 2014 MSc Abstracts Neighborhood Planning Approaches in Isreal: The Case of Tel Aviv-Jaffa
Zilberman Omri 2013 MSc Abstracts Sense of Community in Different Areas in the Urban Space: The Case Study of Beer-Sheba
Yablovich Yair 2013 MSc Abstracts The Gentrifiers: Developing a Research Tool to Evaluate the Intensity of Gentrification in the Case of Florentin, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Shahar Nir 2012 MSc Abstracts Luxury Residential Towers as Gated Communities: The Case of Tel Aviv
Litvak Zilla 2012 MSc Abstracts Planning for Specific Cultural Groups: The Case of Rahat and its Vicinity in the Negev Culture-Oriented Planning