MOCK TEST ON GEOGRAPHICAL THOUGHT PYQS JUNE & DEC 2014 NTA UGC NET

MOCK TEST ON GEOGRAPHICAL THOUGHT PYQS JUNE & DEC 2014 NTA UGC NET

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2014 GEOGRAPHICAL THOUGHT PYQS NTA UGC NET

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Q.1. The statement – “Systematic geography must move into theoretical spheres and Regional Geography into a search for generic and not unique studies” was made by (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Richard Hartshorne

(B) Isaiah Bowman

(C) William Bunge

(D) Peter Haggett

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Q.2. In the development of Quantitative Revolution, a new field of study called ‘Social Physics’ stating that “dimensions of society are analogous to the physical dimensions and include numbers of people, distance and time” was introduced by (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) J. Q. Stewart

(B) Edward Ullman

(C) W.L. Garrison

(D) William Warntz

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Q.3. Given below are two statements, one laballed as Assertion (A), and the other labelled as Reason (R): (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

Assertion (A): The major Thrust of Quantitative Revolution is to bring law making, model building and Theorization in Geography.

Reason (R): After the Second World War, young geographers discarded the empirical, descriptive and gazetteer type of Geography by using the mathematical language rather than the language of literature.

Codes:

(A) (A) is correct but (R) is wrong.

(B) (A) is wrong but (R) is correct.

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

(D) Both (A) and (R) are wrong.

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Q.4. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below: (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

List – I

(A) Theoretical Geography

(B) Geographic Dissemination of Innovations

(C) Methods of Regional Analysis

(D) Human Reponses to Floods

List – II

(i) T. Haggerstrand

(ii) William Bunge

(iii) Gilbert White

(iv) Walter Isard

Codes:

 ABCD
(A)IIIIVIII
(B)IIIIIIVI
(C)IVIIIIII
(D)IIIIVIII

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Q.5. Which one of the following statements is not true about Humanism in Geography? (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Humanism does not treat humans as machines.

(B) Humanistic geography gives importance to human awareness, human consciousness and human creativity.

(C) Humanists accept the reduction of space and place to geometrical concepts of surface.

(D) Humanism developed as criticism against positivism and quantitative revolution.

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Q.6. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

List– I (Philosophical approaches)

(i) Idealistic

(ii) Phenomenological

(iii) Radical

(iv) Welfare

List – II (Advocates)

(A) Relph

(B) Harris and Guelke

(C) Smith

(D) Bunge

Codes:

 ABCD
(A)IVIIIIII
(B)IIIIVIII
(C)IIIIVIII
(D)IIIIIIIV

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Q.7. Who among the following was a strong supporter of Ritter’s teleological ideas? (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Guyot

(B) Peschel

(C) Gerland

(D) Ratzel

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Q.8. Match following List-I and List-II and select the correct answer from the codes given below: (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

List – I (Books)

(A) The Nature of Geography

(B) The Urban Question

(C) Social Justice and the City

(D) Locational Analysis in Human Geography

List – II (Authors)

(i) D. Harvey

(ii) P. Haggett

(iii) R. Harthshorne

(iv) M. Castells

Codes:

 ABCD
(A)IVIIIIII
(B)IIIIVIII
(C)IIIIIIIV
(D)IIIIIIVI

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Q.9. Welfare approach in geographic studies emphasises spatial variation in(UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Socio-Economic development

(B) Public-private partnership in development

(C) Infrastructural development

(D) Quality of life

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Q.10. Nomothetic approach in geography emphasizes upon? (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Inductive study

(B) Law making study

(C) Ideographic study

(D) Empirical study

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Q.11. Which one of the following pairs does not match correctly? (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

          Author        -          Book

(A) Ibn Khaldun    -     Muqaddimah

(B) Al-Balakhi      -     Kitabul Ashkal

(C) Al-Masudi      -      Routes and Realms

(D) Al-Biruni        -      Kitab-al-Hind

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Q.12. Match List 1 with List II (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

List – I (Geographers)

(i) F. Ratzel

(ii) C. Ritter

(iii) R. Hartshone

(iv) O. Schluter

List II (Concepts Developed)

(a) Landscape Science

(b) Areal differentiation

(c) Teleological view

(d) Social Darwinism

Codes:

 abcd
(A)iviiiiii
(B)iiiiviii
(C)iiiviiii
(D)iviiiiii

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Q.13. Which one of the following in correct sequence in the development of German geographical thought? (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Troll, Peschel, Hettner, Ratzel

(B) Peschel, Ratzel, Hettner, Troll

(C) Peschel, Troll, Hettner, Ratzel

(D) Ratzel, Peschel, Troll, Hettner

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Q.14. Who coined the term “Cosmography” and divided it into uranography and geography? (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) O. Peschel

(B) C. Ritter

(C) B. Varenius

(D) A. Humboldt

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Q.15. The book entitled Perspective on “Nature of Geography (1959)” was authored by (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Ellen Churchill Semple

(B) Rudolf Kjellen

(C) Richard Hartshorne

(D) Isaih Bowman

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Q.16. The statement that “Who rules East Europe, commands the Heartland who rules the Heartland, commands the world Island” was made by (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

(A) Mackinder

(B) Spykman

(C) Alfred Mahan

(D) Whittlesey

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Q.17. Match List-I and List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below: (UGC NET JUNE 2014)

List - I

(a) Political geography

(b) Das Ausland

(c) Major work on China

(d) Visible content of the landscape

List – II

(i) Otto Schluter

(ii) Von Richthofen

(iii) Oscar Peschel

(iv) Friedrich Ratzel

Codes:

       A B C D

(A) IV I II III

(B) IV III II I

(C) III IV I II

(D) II I IV III

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Q.18. “The Principles of Human Geography” was authored by (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(A) E. Huntington

(B) H.H. Borrow

(C) F. Ratzel

(D) E.C. Semple

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Q.19. The term ‘Cosmography’ was coined by (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(A) Mackinder Halford J.

(B) Humbolt

(C) Kant Emmanuel

(D) Ptolemy

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Q.20. Match the following List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given (UGC NET DEC 2014)

List – I    

(A) Unity in Diversity

(B) Social Determinism

(C) Terrestrial Whole

(D) Interaction

List – II

 (i) Vidal-de-la Blache

(ii) Jean Brunhes

(iii) Carl Ritter

(iv) Friedrich Ratzel

Codes:

 ABCD
(A)iiiiiivi
(B)iviiiiii
(C)iiiiviii
(D)iiiiviii

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Q.21. The philosophical view advocating that man is responsible for making his own nature is known as (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(A) Positivism

(B) Functionalism

(C) Existentialism

(D) Pragmatism

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Q.22. ‘The Eardkunde’ was published in the year 1817. Which one of the following authored the book? (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(A) O. Peschel

(B) Carl Ritter

(C) W.M. Davis

(D) G. Taylor

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Q.23. Match the following List – I with List – II and select the correct answer from the codes given: (UGC NET DEC 2014)

List – I (Book)  

(A) Geographia

(B) Cosmos

(C) Nations and Nationalities

(D) Anthropogeography

List – II (Geographer)

(i) Alexander von Humboldt

(ii) Reclus

(iii) Ratzel

(iv) Strabo

Codes:

 ABCD
(A)iiiiiiiv
(B)iiiiiiiv
(C)iviiiiii
(D)iiiiiivi

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Q.24. Who wrote the book ‘Civilization and Climate’? (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(1) Jafferson

(2) Semple

(3) Trewartha

(4) Huntington

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Q.25. The term ‘anthropogeographic’ was coined by Ratzel and was used by him for the (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(1) Geography of man in terms of individuals and races.

(2) Geography of man and his works in relation to earth’s surface.

(3) Organic theory of society and state.

(4) Study of harmonious reciprocal relation of man and nature.

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Q.26. Find the sequence of the following contributions by geographers: (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(i) The origin of species

(ii) Cosmos

(iii) Anthropogeographic

(iv) Erd kunde

(1) i, ii, iii, iv

(2) iii, iv, ii, i

(3) ii, iv, i, iii

(4) iv, iii, i, ii

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Q.27. Who among the following is the protagonist of Neo-Determinism? (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(1) Blache

(2) Griffith Taylor

(3) Bruhnes

(4) Saur

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Q.28. Who was the author of Cosmos? (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(1) Ritter

(2) Humbolt

(3) Ratzel

(4) Bruhnes

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Q.29. Which Arab geographer served in the Court of Muhammad Bin Tughlaq? (UGC NET DEC 2014)

(1) Al-Beruni

(2) Ibn-e-Khaldun

(3) Ibn-Batuta

(4) Al-Idrisi

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Syllabus:

Unit VIII:

Geographic Thought

Contributions of Greek, Roman, Arab, Chinese and Indian Scholars, Contributions of Geographers (Bernhardus Varenius, Immanuel Kant, Alexander von Humboldt, Carl Ritter, Scheafer & Hartshorne), Impact of Darwinian Theory on Geographical Thought. Contemporary trends in Indian Geography: Cartography, Thematic and Methodological contributions. Major Geographic Traditions (Earth Science, manenvironment relationship, area studies and spatial analysis), Dualisms in Geographic Studies (physical vs. human, regional vs. systematic, qualitative vs. quantitative, ideographic vs. nomothetic), Paradigm Shift, Perspectives in Geography (Positivism, Behaviouralism, Humanism, Structuralism, Feminism and Postmodernism). 

 

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