# Theories & Models 100 PYQS MOCK TEST 7 FOR NTA UGC NET

Theories & Models 100 PYQS MOCK TEST 7 FOR NTA UGC NET

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THEORIES & MODELS 100 MCQS PART 7

THEORIES & MODELS 100 MCQS PART 7

• This Test Contains 14 Questions
• Total Questions is 100
• All Questions is Compulsory
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Q.86. Which of the following conditions is characterized by the second stage of Demographic Transition?

(A) Low birth rate, High death rate

(B) High birth rate, High death rate

(C) High birth rate, declining death rate

(D) Low birth rate, Low death rate

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Q.87. Which one of the following indicates the principle of transport in Central Place Theory?

(1) K3

(2) K4

(3) K7

(4) K9

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Q.89. Match the following lists:

 List – I List - II (a) Cumulative Causation Model 1. Rostow (b) Spatial Diffusion 2. Myrdal (c) Behavioural Matrix 3. Hagerstrand (d) Stages of Economic growth 4. Pred
##### Codes:
 (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) 2 3 4 1 (B) 1 2 4 3 (C) 1 2 3 4 (D) 4 3 2 1

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Q.90. Which one of the following distances does not fit into Christaller’s scheme of k = 3 hierarchy of central places?

(A) 7

(B) 11

(C) 21

(D) 36

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Q.91. Match the List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below:

List – I

(a) Weber

(b) Von Thunen

(c) Christaller

(d) Weaver

List - II

(i) Crop combination

(ii) Agricultural location

(iii) Central place theory

(iv) Theory of Industrial location

Codes:

 a b c d (A) ii iv i iii (B) iv ii iii i (C) i ii iii iv (D) ii iii iv i

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Q.92. Which one of the following theories is based on the concept of economic rent?

(A) Agricultural land use

(B) Rank-size rule

(C) Innovation diffusion

(D) Urban land use

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Q.93. Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given below:

 List – I (Theory) List – II  (Authors) a. Theory of Spatial Integration i. G. Myrdal b. Theory of Innovation Diffusion ii. A.G. Frank c. Dependency Theory iii. John Friedman d. Theory of Circular and Cumulative Causation iv. T. Hagerstrand

Codes:

 a b c d (A) ii i iii iv (B) i ii iv iii (C) iii iv ii i (D) iv iii i ii

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Q.94. Match List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given below:

 List – I (Author) List – II (Name of the Book) a. W. Christaller i. Rural settlement and land use b. V.L.S. PrakasaRao ii. Metropolitan Hyderabad and its region c. Manzoor Alam & W. Khan iii. Regional Planning d. M. Chisholm iv. Central places in Southern Germany

Codes:

 a b c d (A) i iii iv ii (B) ii i iii iv (C) iv iii ii i (D) i ii iii iv

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Q.95. The 'Range of a Good' refers to

(1) The maximum distance which people have to travel to purchase a good or service.

(2) The variety of goods available at a market place.

(3) The maximum demand to make the service or good viable.

(4) The maximum population necessary for survival of a function.

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Q.96. The 'Administrative Principle' in Christaller's 'Central Place Theory' refers to

(1) K = 3

(2) K = 4

(3) K = 7

(4) K = 9

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Q.97. The theory of least cost location was proposed by

(1) Losch

(2) Isard

(3) Dicey

(4) Weber

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Q.98. Who among the following formalized the concept that there exists relationship between the spatial organisation and national development?

(1) Luten

(2) Dickens

(3) Kuklinski

(4) Friedmann

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Q.99. Which of the following sequences of the stages of economic growth according to Rostow’s model is correct?

(1) Traditional society, drive to maturity, take off, high mass consumption

(2) Traditional society, take off, drive to maturity, high mass consumption

(3) Traditional society, take off, high mass consumption, drive to maturity

(4) Traditional society, drive to maturity, high mass consumption, take off

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Q.100. Which one of the following does not belong to the Exploitive Model of Urban Structure propounded by William Bunge?

(A) City of Superfluity

(B) City of Death

(D) City of Need

The average score is 76%

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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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