POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS MOCK TEST 2 FOR NTA UGC NET

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POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS PART 2

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY 50 MCQS PART 2

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 50
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Q.50. “States take on the mobility of their populations”. The statement can be attributed to:

(A) Friedrich Ratzel

(B) Halford Mackinder

(C) Derek Gregory

(D) John O’Loughlin

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Q.49. The idea of ‘territorial trap’ is found in the work of:

(A) Alfred Thayer Mahan

(B) Gerard O’Toal

(C) John Agnew

(D) Friedrich Ratzel

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Q.48. The concept of ‘lebensraum’ referred to:

(A) Labour power of the population within a specific state

(B) Living space of a specific people

(C) The idea of equal states in the world system

(D) State sovereignty

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Q.47. The LAC stands for:

(A) Line of Allied Control

(B) Land of Control

(C) Line of Actual Control

(D) Line of Control

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Q.46. Who among the following is an intellectual follower of Friedrich Ratzel?

(A) Rudolf Kjellen

(B) Gerard Toal

(C) John Agnew

(D) Joan Sharp

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Q.45. ‘Geostrategic Model’ dividing the world into ten regions, was propounded by

(A) G. Taylor

(B) John Short

(C) Saul Cohen

(D) Kellen

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Q.44. Which one of the following characteristics feature of Indian federalism does not have a geographical base?

(A) Vast Area Size

(B) Physical and Cultural Diversities

(C) Regional Inequalities in Socio-Economic Development

(D) Division of Powers and Functions between Union and States

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Q.43. Which of the following waterways has more politico-economic significance?

(A) Palk Strait

(B) Suez Canal

(C) Malacca Strait

(D) Panama Canal

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Q.42. The statement ‘The boundaries are like skin of the state’ is associated with

(A) Bogs

(B) McEven

(C) Spykman

(D) F. Ratzel

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Q.41. The statement 'Who rules the World Island Commands the world’ is associated with

(A) Stages of Economic growth model

(B) Rimland Theory

(C) Heartland Theory

(D) Growth Pole Theory

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Q.40. Who is the author of ‘Air Power: Key to Survival’?

(A) Husan

(B) Seversky

(C) Kjeller

(D) Duhet

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Q.39. The book ‘Geography and Politics in a divided World’- Written by

(A) Saversky

(B) Husan

(C) Saul B. Cohen

(D) Haushoffer

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Q.38. ‘Who controls the Rimland, rules Eurasia, who rules Eurasia, controls the destinies of the world’ - who gave this statement

(A) Kjellen

(B) Richard Powell

(C) G.E. Pearcy

(D) Spykman

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Q.37. The study of the economic, political and military value in relation to geographic space is called

(A) Gerrymander

(B) Geopolitics

(C) Federal Politics

(D) Negotiating Politics

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Q.36. The Common Wealth primarily refers to

(A) Organized to increase availability of mineral resources in perforated countries

(B) A religious entity that sends missionaries to Africa

(C) An economic and cultural alliance of country once part of British Empire

(D) An organization of culturally homogenous nations that opposed the Warsaw pact

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Q.35. The one country cooperates with each other for what kind of reasons?

(A) Political

(B) Military

(C) Economic

(D) All of the above

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Q.34. The attempt by one country to impose political control over another territory is called

(A) Suffrage

(B) Colonialism

(C) Sovereignty

(D) Self Determination

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Q.33. The only large landmass not a part of sovereign state

(A) Greenland

(B) Siberia

(C) Arctic

(D) Antarctica

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Q.32. Match List I with List-II and select the correct answer from the given below

List-I

(Boundary Name)

List-II

(Name of the Country)

A. Mac Mohan Line1. North Korea and South Korea
B. 49 ° North Parallel2. India and Pakistan
C. 38 ° North Parallel3. India and China
D. Red Cliff Line4. USA and Canada

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.1234
B.3412
C.3214
D.4321

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Q.31. The boundaries drawn on the basis of ethnic-cultural division of landscape is called

(A) Superimposed Boundary

(B) Antecedent Boundary

(C) Subsequent Boundary

(D) Relict Boundary

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Q.30. Which is the best example of subsequent boundaries?

(A) Russia and Germany

(B) India and Pakistan

(C) Poland and Germany

(D) East Germany and West Germany

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Q.29. The Rio Grande River divided the boundary line in the following countries

(A) USA and Canada

(B) France and Germany

(C) North Korea and South Korea

(D) Mexico and U.S.A.

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Q.28. Which is the best example of Antecedent Boundaries?

(A) France and Germany

(B) India and Pakistan

(C) USA and Canada

(D) Argentina and Chili

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Q.27. Who was believed to be responsible for causing the two World Wars?

(A) Spykeman

(B) Kjellen

(C) A.T. Mahan

(D) Carl Hauser

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Q.26. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer

List-I

(Countries)

List-II

(Party System Government)

A. U.S.A.1. One Party
B. China2. Two Party
C. India3. Three Party
D. U.K.4. Multi Party

 

Codes:

 ABCD
A.4312
B.2134
C.2143
D.3421

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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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