Mock Test on Geographical Thought Most Important Questions Part 5

Mock Test on Geographical Thought Most Important Questions Part 5

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GEOGRAPHICAL THOUGHT MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS PART 5

GEOGRAPHICAL THOUGHT MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS PART 5 (51-55)

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Q.51. The concept of areal differentiation was propounded by

(A) Hettner

(B) Carl O Sauer

(C) F. Ratzel

(D) R. Hartshorne

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Q.52. Schaefer was in favour of:

(A) Exceptionalism

(B) Idiography

(C) Areal differentiation

(D) Scientific generalization

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Q.53. Which one of the following is a correct sequence in the development of German geographical thought -

(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.54. The principle of “terrestrial whole” was advocated by which of the following experts?

(1) Hartshorne

(2) Blache

(3) Ritter

(4) Humboldt

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Q.55. The concept of pays (Small Homogenous Areas) was coined by

(A) Brunches

(B) P. Geddes

(C) La Blache

(D) F. Ratzel

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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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