Theories & Models 100 PYQS MOCK TEST 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

Theories & Models 100 PYQS MOCK TEST 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

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Theories & Models 100 PYQS Mock Test for NTA UGC NET & States SET/SLET Exam, This is the Part 5 of this series.

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Q.58. Match List-I with List–II and select the correct answer from the codes given below:

List-I (Geographers)            

  1. J. Gottmen
  2. E. Burgess
  3. M. Jefferson
  4. C. Harris and E. Ullman

List-II (Theories/Model/Concepts)

  1. Concentric zone theory
  2. Primate city
  3. Multiple Nuclei model
  4. Megalopolis



  1. A D C B
  2. B A D C
  3. C B A D
  4. D A B C

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Q.59. What are the three basic aspects for spatial interaction are as described in Edward Ullman’s model?

  1. Human behaviour, Transferability, Convenience
  2. Surplus-deficit relationship, Commuity specific relationship, Complementarity
  3. Complementarity, Intervening Opportunity, Transferability
  4. Residential neighbourhood, Complementarity, Convenience

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Q.60. Given below are two statements, one labelled as Assertion (A) and other labelled as Reason (R). Select your answer from the codes given below: (Q.17.)

Assertion (A): Losch’s model is less restrictive than Christallers’s model

Reason (R): Losch treated each section as having separate range, threshold and hexagonal hinterland.


(1) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).

(2) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).

(3) (A) is true, but (R) is false.

(4) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

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Q.61. Which one of the following principles explains importance of transport costs as it maximises the number of central places on straight line routes?  (Q.35)

(1) Traffic

(2) Administrative

(3) Marketing

(4) Service

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Q.62. Which one of the following contributors made refinements to W. Christaller’s central place by including concept of ‘city rich’ sectors and ‘city poor’ sectors?

(1) R.P. Mishra

(2) B.J.L. Berry

(3) Walter Isard

(4) August Losch

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Q.63. In which year, M. Jefferson examined the size relationship between the primate city and next largest cities in a study entitled ‘The Law of the Primate City’?

(1) 1938

(2) 1937

(3) 1936

(4) 1939

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Q.64. Which one of the following authors identified three basic factors affecting interaction between regions: Complementarily, intervening opportunity and transferability?

(1) P.R. White

(2) H.L. Gauthier

(3) E. Taafe

(4) E.L. Ullman

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Q.65. Which one of the following codes is correct to show the optimal location to profitability in different spatial cost / revenue situations in diagram given below?


(1) A

(2) B

(3) C

(4) D

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Q.66. The concept of liner market price boundary between the market area of two competing firms was given by

(1) A. Weber

(2) T. Palander

(3) E. Hoover

(4) A. Losch

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Q.67. Which one of the following authors suggested a fivefold division of adopters on the basis of the time lag between receiving and acting upon new information as shown in diagram below?

(1) E.M. Rogers

(2) L.W. Bowden

(3) Z. Giriliches

(4) T. Hagerstrend

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Theories and Models in Geography

Part 1- Geomorphology –  Uniformitarianism, Isostasy, Continental Drift Theory, Cavern Formation Theory

Part 2- Climatology – Rainfall Formation Theories, Climatic Classification of Koeppen’s & Thronthwaite’s

Part 2- Oceanography – Theories of Coral Formation, Theories of Origin of Tides

Part 3- Agricultural Geography- Von Thunen’s Model of Land Use, Whittlesey Classification

Part 3- Economic Geography-  Industrial Location Theory by Alfred Weber

Part 3- Regional Planning & Development – Economic Growth Model of Rostow, Gunnar Myrdal, O Hirschman, John Friedman, Francois Perroux, Planning Process of MacKaye, Planning Regions of V. Nath, Bhat & Rao, Sen Gupta & Chandrasekhara

Part 4- Population Geography – Population Resource Regions – Ackerman, Theories of Population Growth- Malthusian Theory of Population, Demographic Transition Theory, Theory of Migration- Ravenstein’s Laws, Zelinsky, Push & Pull Theory

Part 5- Settlement and Urban Geography-  CENTRAL PLACE THEORY, Economic Location Theory of August Losch, Theories of Urban Urban Morphology- E.W. Burgess, Homer Hoyt, C.D Harris & E.L Ullman

Part 6- Political Geography- Heartland Theory, Rimland Theory

Part 6- Geographical Thought- Philosophical Approaches – Positivism, Pragmatism, Idealism, Realism, New or Critical Realism, Phenomenology, Radicalism, Behaviouralism, Welfare Approach

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