Introduction Of Human Geography Part I Quiz

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Introduction Of Human Geography Part I Quiz

This is Part I of III Vocabulary Quiz


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Fieldwork
    • A. 

      The study of health and disease within a geographic context and from a geographic perspective.

    • B. 

      The Study of Geographic phenomena by visiting places and observing how people interact with and thereby change those places.

    • C. 

      The overall appearance of an area

    • D. 

      The mobility of people, goods, and idea's across the surface of the planet

    • E. 

      The design of spatial distribution, scattered or concentrated)

  • 2. 
    Human Geography
    • A. 

      Uniqueness of a location

    • B. 

      The study of health and disease within a geographic context and from a geographic perspective.

    • C. 

      The art and science of making maps, including data compilation, layout, and design.

    • D. 

      One of the two divisions of Human Geography ; the spatial analysis of human population, its cultures, activities, and landscapes

    • E. 

      The mobility of people, goods, and idea's across the surface of the planet

  • 3. 
    Globalization
    • A. 

      The expansion of economic, political, and cultural process to the point they become global in scale and impact. Transcends boundaries

    • B. 

      Observing variations in geographic phenomena across space.

    • C. 

      Measurement of physical space between two places

    • D. 

      A regional outbreak of a disease

    • E. 

      All of the above

  • 4. 
    Physical Geography
    • A. 

      An area on the earth's surface marked by a degree of formal, functional, or perceptual homogeneity of some phenomenon.

    • B. 

      One of the two major divisions of systematic geography; the spatial analysis of the structure, process, and location of earth.

    • C. 

      The art and science of making maps, including data compilation, layout, and design.

    • D. 

      Belief or understanding about a place developed through books, movies, stories, or pictures

    • E. 

      Maps that tell stories, typically showing the degree of some attribute or the movement of a geographic phenomenon

  • 5. 
    Spatial
    • A. 

      Locations, Human - Environment, Region, Place, and Movement

    • B. 

      Maps that show the absolute location of places and geographic features determined by a frame reference, typically latitude and longitude

    • C. 

      Pertaining to space on Earth's surface; sometimes used as a synonym for geographic.

    • D. 

      The notion that successive societies leave their cultural imprints on a place each contributing to the cumulative cultural landscape

    • E. 

      Reciprocal relationship between humans and environment

  • 6. 
    Spatial Distribution
    • A. 

      State of mind derived through the infusion of a place with meaning and emotion by remembering important events that occurred in that place or by labeling a place with a certain name

    • B. 

      The degree of direct linkage between one particular location and other locations in a transport network

    • C. 

      The interaction between two separate locations, used sometimes to satisfy each others needs

    • D. 

      Uniqueness of a location

    • E. 

      Physical location of Geographic phenomena across space

  • 7. 
    Pattern
    • A. 

      The art and science of making maps, including data compilation, layout, and design.

    • B. 

      The design of spatial distribution, scattered or concentrated

    • C. 

      The interaction between two separate locations, used sometimes to satisfy each others needs

    • D. 

      The degree of direct linkage between one particular location and other locations in a transport network

    • E. 

      The overall appearance of an area

  • 8. 
    Medical Geography
    • A. 

      Locations, Human - Environment, Region, Place, and Movement

    • B. 

      One of the two divisions of Human Geography ; the spatial analysis of human population, its cultures, activities, and landscapes

    • C. 

      A logical attempt to explain the vocational pattern of an economic activity and the manner in which its producing areas are interrelated.

    • D. 

      The study of health and disease within a geographic context and from a geographic perspective.

    • E. 

      Observing variations in geographic phenomena across space.

  • 9. 
    Pandemic
    • A. 

      A regional outbreak of a disease

    • B. 

      A world wide outbreak of a disease

    • C. 

      The study of health and disease within a geographic context and from a geographic perspective.

    • D. 

      The degree of direct linkage between one particular location and other locations in a transport network

    • E. 

      The design of spatial distribution, scattered or concentrated)

  • 10. 
    Epidemic
    • A. 

      The position or place of a certain item on earth as expressed in degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude and longitude

    • B. 

      A regional outbreak of a disease

    • C. 

      A world wide outbreak of a disease

    • D. 

      The mobility of people, goods, and idea's across the surface of the planet

    • E. 

      The study of health and disease within a geographic context and from a geographic perspective.

  • 11. 
    Spatial Perspective
    • A. 

      The visible imprint of human activity and culture of the landscape

    • B. 

      Physical location of Geographic phenomena across space

    • C. 

      The notion that successive societies leave their cultural imprints on a place each contributing to the cumulative cultural landscape

    • D. 

      An area on the earth's surface marked by a degree of formal, functional, or perceptual homogeneity of some phenomenon.

    • E. 

      Observing variations in geographic phenomena across space.

  • 12. 
    Five Themes of Geography
    • A. 

      Locations, Human - Environment, Region, Place, and Movement

    • B. 

      A logical attempt to explain the vocational pattern of an economic activity and the manner in which its producing areas are interrelated.

    • C. 

      One of the two major divisions of systematic geography; the spatial analysis of the structure, process, and location of earth.

    • D. 

      One of the two divisions of Human Geography ; the spatial analysis of human population, its cultures, activities, and landscapes

    • E. 

      The Geographical Situational of people and things

  • 13. 
    Location
    • A. 

      The Geographical Situational of people and things

    • B. 

      Maps that show the absolute location of places and geographic features determined by a frame reference, typically latitude and longitude

    • C. 

      The design of spatial distribution, scattered or concentrated)

    • D. 

      Physical location of Geographic phenomena across space

    • E. 

      The position or place of a certain item on earth as expressed in degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude and longitude

  • 14. 
    Location Theory
    • A. 

      The expansion of economic, political, and cultural process to the point they become global in scale and impact. Transcends boundaries

    • B. 

      A logical attempt to explain the vocational pattern of an economic activity and the manner in which its producing areas are interrelated.

    • C. 

      Reciprocal relationship between humans and environment

    • D. 

      The art and science of making maps, including data compilation, layout, and design.

    • E. 

      The notion that successive societies leave their cultural imprints on a place each contributing to the cumulative cultural landscape

  • 15. 
    Human Enviroment Interaction
    • A. 

      The degree of direct linkage between one particular location and other locations in a transport network

    • B. 

      The visible imprint of human activity and culture of the landscape

    • C. 

      Reciprocal relationship between humans and environment

    • D. 

      The design of spatial distribution, scattered or concentrated)

    • E. 

      Physical location of Geographic phenomena across space

  • 16. 
    Region
    • A. 

      An area on the earth's surface marked by a degree of formal, functional, or perceptual homogeneity of some phenomenon.

    • B. 

      Uniqueness of a location

    • C. 

      The expansion of economic, political, and cultural process to the point they become global in scale and impact. Transcends boundaries

    • D. 

      Satellite-based system for determining absolute location of places or geographic features

    • E. 

      Reciprocal relationship between humans and environment

  • 17. 
    Place
    • A. 

      The visible imprint of human activity and culture of the landscape

    • B. 

      A logical attempt to explain the vocational pattern of an economic activity and the manner in which its producing areas are interrelated.

    • C. 

      The mobility of people, goods, and idea's across the surface of the planet

    • D. 

      Uniqueness of a location

    • E. 

      The degree of ease with which it is possible to reach a certain location from other locations

  • 18. 
    Sense of Place
    • A. 

      A logical attempt to explain the vocational pattern of an economic activity and the manner in which its producing areas are interrelated.

    • B. 

      State of mind derived through the infusion of a place with meaning and emotion by remembering important events that occurred in that place or by labeling a place with a certain character

    • C. 

      The design of spatial distribution, scattered or concentrated)

    • D. 

      An area on the earth's surface marked by a degree of formal, functional, or perceptual homogeneity of some phenomenon.

    • E. 

      The Geographical Situational of people and things

  • 19. 
    Perception of Place
    • A. 

      The interaction between two separate locations, used sometimes to satisfy each others needs

    • B. 

      Pertaining to space on Earth's surface; sometimes used as a synonym for geographic.

    • C. 

      The degree of ease with which it is possible to reach a certain location from other locations

    • D. 

      The interaction between two separate locations, used sometimes to satisfy each others needs

    • E. 

      Belief or understanding about a place developed through books, movies, stories, or pictures

  • 20. 
    Movement
    • A. 

      The degree of direct linkage between one particular location and other locations in a transport network

    • B. 

      The mobility of people, goods, and idea's across the surface of the planet

    • C. 

      The position or place of a certain item on earth as expressed in degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude and longitude

    • D. 

      The notion that successive societies leave their cultural imprints on a place each contributing to the cumulative cultural landscape

    • E. 

      Measurement of physical space between two places

  • 21. 
    Spatial Interaction
    • A. 

      The interaction between two separate locations, used sometimes to satisfy each others needs

    • B. 

      A regional outbreak of a disease

    • C. 

      The position or place of a certain item on earth as expressed in degrees, minutes, and seconds of latitude and longitude

    • D. 

      State of mind derived through the infusion of a place with meaning and emotion by remembering important events that occurred in that place or by labeling a place with a certain character

    • E. 

      Belief or understanding about a place developed through books, movies, stories, or pictures

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