POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 1 FOR NTA UGC NET

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POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS PART 1

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS PART 1

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Q.1. Who is called Father of Political Geography?

(A) H.J. Mackinder

(B) F. Ratzel

(C) A.T. Mahan

(D) Spykeman

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Q.2. Who coined the term GEOPOLITICS?

(A) Spykeman

(B) Mackinder

(C) Kjellen

(D) Haushoffer

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Q.3. Whose portrayal epitomized the relationship of political geography to foreign policy?

(A) Karl Haushofer

(B) Adolf Hitler

(C) Isaiah Bowman

(D) Winston Churchill

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Q.4. The book Polar Geopolitics is written by whom of the following

(A) R.D. Dixit

(B) V. Kolossov

(C) O.H.K. Spate

(D) Richard Powell

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Q.5. Carta-Marina is

(A) A cartographic instrument used by Arab geographers

(B) A book authored by Al-Masudi

(C) A map of America prepared by Waldseemuller

(D) A age succeeding to age of discover

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Q.6. Organic Theory of the state was propounded by (DEC-2013)

(A) Mackinder

(B) Ratzel

(C) Haushofer

(D) Isaish Bawman

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Q.7. Who wrote the book known as the ‘World Political Geography’?

(A) G.E. Pearcy

(B) Hartshorne

(C) Stephen B. Jones

(D) J.K. Wright

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Q.8. The relationship among power structure's the environment and economic inequalities is termed is

(A) Political Ecology

(B) Gerrymandering

(C) Eco terrorism

(D) Cultural Diffusion

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Q.9. Which of the following statements is not true about a state?

(A) It always has a social or cultural base

(B) It has a territorial base

(C) It claims internal sovereignty

(D) It claims sovereignty in external relations

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Q.10. Quasi federal form of government is found in

(A) U.S.A.

(B) Great Britain

(C) Russia

(D) India

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Q.11. A primary differentiation between a state and a nation is that

(A) Multiple concept, whereas nation is permanent

(B) Political abstract, whereas a nation is a human group

(C) fixed geographical item, whereas a nation is not linked to a territory

(D) Product of history, whereas a nation is a product of people

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Q.12. Who among the following political scholars appealed in 1949 for a more geographical political geography?

(A) Hartshorne

(B) G.E. Pearcy

(C) R.H. Fifield

(D) George T. Kenner

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Q.13. Which of the following significantly weaken the strength of Mackinder geopolitical heartland theory?

(A) Existence of a pivot area

(B) Growth of soviet power in Eastern Europe

(C) Ascendance of the United States International influence after World War-II

(D) Rise of Nazi in Germany

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Q.14. Who propounded the "Theory of Heartland" in political geography?

(A) Smith

(B) Mackinder

(C) Spykman

(D) Mark Jefferson

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Q.15. H.J. Mackinder was the professor of which subject at London University

(A) Political Science

(B) Social Anthropology

(C) Economics

(D) Geography

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Q.16. In 1919, Mackinder renamed his ‘Pivot Area’ as Heartland in famous book

(A) Foreign Affairs

(B) The round world and the winning of the peace

(C) The democratic ideals and reality

(D) World war and Geography

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Q.17. The round world and winning of peace (1943) was written by

(A) Hartshorne

(B) Mackinder

(C) Haushofer

(D) Isaiah Bowman

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Q.18. The Mackinder Heartland theory is based on in which projection

(A) Polyconic Projection

(B) Bonnes Projection

(C) Sinusoidal Projection

(D) Mercator Projection

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Q.19. In Mackinder Theory of Heartland, the country India is lies on

(A) Pivot Area

(B) Inner Crescent

(C) Outer Crescent

(D) Stationery Crescent

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Q.20. Who was the author of the Geography of Peace (1944)

(A) Kjellen

(B) Mackinder

(C) Haushoffer

(D) Spykman

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Q.21. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer

List-I

(Scholars)

List-II

(Global Strategic Views)

A. Serversky, A.N.P.1. Sea Power
B. Mackinder, H.J.2. Rimland Theory
C. Spykman, N.J.3. Air Power
D. Mahan, A.T.4. Land Power

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.3421
B.3412
C.2143
D.4321

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Q.22. Who proposed the concept of Geopolitics, based on ocean power?

(A) C. Ritter

(B) A.T. Mahan

(C) Spykman

(D) Mackinder

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Q.23. What is Gerrymandering?

(A) The citizens of the country who love their own country

(B) The citizens of the country who hate their own country

(C) It is a practice intended to establish a political advantage for a particular party or group by manipulating district boundaries

(D) It is a practice of against the government due to malpractices

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Q.24. The invisible line that demarcating the outer limits of territory under the sovereign jurisdiction of a nation or state is called

(A) Frontier

(B) Cultural Diffusion

(C) Boundary

(D) State Sovereignty

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Q.25. A zone separating two states in which neither state exercises the political control is called

(A) Boundary

(B) Cultural Diffusion

(C) Frontier

(D) State Sovereignty

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Syllabus:

Unit–VII:   

Political Geography

Boundaries and Frontiers (with special reference to India), Heartland and Rimland Theories. Trends and Developments in Political Geography, Geography of Federalism, Electoral Reforms in India, Determinants of Electoral Behaviour, Geopolitics of Climate Change, Geopolitics of World Resources, Geo-politics of India Ocean, Regional Organisations of Cooperation (SAARC, ASEAN, OPEC, EU). Neopolitics of World Natural Resources.

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