Huntington divides human geography as(i) physical conditions and (ii)
E Huntington divided human geography as (i) physical conditions and (ii) human responses.
Human Geography emerges as the special branch of geography in
In the later part of the 19th Century.
A branch of Economic geography is
Economic geography includes geography of resources, geography of agriculture, geography of industries, geography of marketing, geography of tourism and geography of international trade.
Determinism states that
Interaction between primitive human society and strong forces of nature was termed as determinism.
Which one of the following is the most important factor in interaction between people and environment?
Mapping was introduced by the
The pinnacle of cartography during the Roman Empire was the map of the Roman world produced by Claudius Ptolemaeus. He produced a map of what he called “The Old World” (as it was then) and published a book called Geographike Hyphygesis (Guide to Geography) which would remain the primary authority in Europe for the next 1400 years.
Julius Caesar, who employed four Greek cartographers to map the “four regions of the world”. However, the map was never completed.
Bernhard Verenius divided geography into
General geography considers earth as a whole and special geography focuses on the constitutions of individual regions.
Possibilism means that
Possibilism denies the control of environment over man. Nature provides opportunities and human being make use of these opportunities and slowly nature gets humanised and starts bearing the imprints of human endeavour.
Which one of the following is not a source of geographical information?
The sample of raw material on Moon would not be the source of geographical location. This is because in order to have an authentic information about the geography, the information must be collected from Earth, as its the only planet with life on it. Moreover the origin of species started from Earth. As it is divided into various lands, oceans, continent. So Moon neither has life nor it has any geography.
The theory in geography that human behaviour, and therefore culture, is not merely determined by the environment but by human agency, as a theory it is directly opposed to determinism.
Possibilism in cultural geography is the theory that the environment sets certain constraints or limitations, but culture is otherwise determined by social conditions.