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efrat eizenberg
Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, The Technion
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Social sustainability: A new conceptual framework
E Eizenberg, Y Jabareen
Sustainability 9 (1), 68, 2017
9072017
Actually existing commons: Three moments of space of community gardens in New York City
E Eizenberg
Antipode 44 (3), 764-782, 2012
4972012
The changing meaning of community space: Two models of NGO management of community gardens in New York City
E Eizenberg
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36 (1), 106-120, 2012
1482012
From the ground up: Community gardens in New York City and the politics of spatial transformation
E Eizenberg
Routledge, 2016
134*2016
Reconstructing urban image through cultural flagship events: The case of Bat-Yam
E Eizenberg, N Cohen
Cities 42, 54-62, 2015
602015
The immersive visualization theater: A new tool for ecosystem assessment and landscape planning
D Orenstein, H Zimroni, E Eizenberg
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 2015
492015
Patterns of self-organization in the context of urban planning: Reconsidering venues of participation
E Eizenberg
Planning Theory 18 (1), 40-57, 2019
422019
Pedagogy for the new planner: Refining the qualitative toolbox
E Eizenberg, M Shilon
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 43 (6), 1118-1135, 2016
342016
The failure of urban forms under the COVID-19 epidemic: towards a more just urbanism
Y Jabareen, E Eizenberg
Town Planning Review 92 (1), 57-63, 2021
312021
Conceptualizing urban ontological security:‘Being-in-the-city’and its social and spatial dimensions
Y Jabareen, E Eizenberg, O Zilberman
Cities 68, 1-7, 2017
292017
Getting to Know a Place: Built Environment Walkability and Children’s Spatial Representation of Their Home-School (h–s) Route
MR Moran, E Eizenberg, P Plaut
Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 14, 2017
292017
Reframing urban controlled spaces: Community gardens in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv-Jaffa
E Eizenberg, T Fenster
ACME: An international journal for critical geographies 14 (4), 1132-1160, 2015
292015
A new conceptual framework for understanding displacement: Bridging the gaps in displacement literature between the Global South and the Global North
H Hirsh, E Eizenberg, Y Jabareen
Journal of Planning Literature 35 (4), 391-407, 2020
262020
Theorizing urban social spaces and their interrelations: New perspectives on urban sociology, politics, and planning
Y Jabareen, E Eizenberg
Planning Theory 20 (3), 211-230, 2021
252021
Back to the (visualization) laboratory: Using focus groups to generate qualitative and quantitative results
E Eizenberg, DE Orenstein, H Zimroni
Journal of Planning Education and Research 38 (3), 345-358, 2018
212018
Experiencing vertical living: Affects, atmospheres, and technology
M Shilon, E Eizenberg
Planning Theory 20 (2), 121-142, 2021
202021
Political-economic urban restructuring: urban allotment gardens in the entrepreneurial city
E EIZENBERG, S TAPPERT, N THOMAS, A ZILANS
Urban allotment gardens in Europe, 113-134, 2016
20*2016
Limited equity co-ops as bulwarks against gentrification
S Saegert, E Eizenberg, M Extein, TS Hsieh, L Benitez, C Chang
Urban Affairs Association Conference, 2003
172003
Remembering forgotten landscapes: community gardens in New York City and the reconstruction of cultural diversity.
E Eizenberg
Remembering, and Forgetting City Builders, 7-26, 2010
16*2010
Participatory evaluation: How it can enhance effectiveness and credibility of nonprofit work
S Saegert, L Benitez, E Eizenberg, TS Hsieh, M Lamb
The Nonprofit Quarterly 11 (1), 54-60, 2004
152004
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