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It Takes Two to Tango? Spatial and Social Implications of Joint Civil-Military Development.

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Dr. Reuven Gal , Dr. Emil Israel , Dr. Eran Leck , Orly Nathan , Tsipy Buchnik , Prof. Miki Malul , Dr. Ophir Rubin , Shaul Hartal
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Gal Reuven , Israel Emil , Leck Eran , Nathan Orly , Buchnik Tsipy , Malul Miki , Rubin Ophir , Hartal Shaul . It Takes Two to Tango? Spatial and Social Implications of Joint Civil-Military Development. Haifa Israel: Samuel Neaman Institute, 2017. https://www.neaman.org.il/EN/It-Takes-Two-to-Tango-Spatial-and-Social-Implications-of-Joint-Civil-Military-Development

This study examines the impact of the forthcoming transition to the Negev (Southern part of Israel) of military bases related to the Intelligence Corps and the C4I corps on the reinforcement of urban communities in the Beer-Sheba Metropolitan area. The study includes reviewing and studying international lessons learned in the area of integrating military and urban space, as well as learning from the Israeli experience in deploying military units and its impact on urban and regional changes. The study also comprises personal interviews conducted with mayors, heads of local municipalities, senior Government officials and military personnel involved in this subject.  An additional source of data came from hundreds of questionnaires administered to career service men and women in the IDF, and to other relevant populations (Hi-Teck employees, students in relevant faculties etc.)  The results of this study will provide the necessary information needed by decision-makers, policy-makers and other relevant authorities, both civilian and military.

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