Introduction To Human Geography Chapter 1 Part III

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Human Geography Quizzes & Trivia

Human’s activity has a lot of effect on the earth and has led to some negative and positive changes over the years. The quiz below is designed to test out what you understood from introduction to human geography chapter 1 part iii. Give it a try and keep a look out for more quizzes.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    A region that only exists as a conceptualization or an idea and not as a physical demarcated entity
    • A. 

      Perceptual Region

    • B. 

      Forma Region

    • C. 

      Culture

    • D. 

      Culture Hearth

    • E. 

      Culture Barrier

  • 2. 
    The sum total knowledge, attitudes, and habitual behavior patterns shared and transmitted through a society
    • A. 

      Culture Trait

    • B. 

      Culture

    • C. 

      Culture Complex

    • D. 

      Culture Hearth

    • E. 

      Culture Diffusion

  • 3. 
    A single element of normal practice in a culutre, such as the wearing of a turban
    • A. 

      Culture Trait

    • B. 

      Culture

    • C. 

      Culture Complex

    • D. 

      Culture Hearth

    • E. 

      Culture Diffusion

  • 4. 
    A related set of culture traits , such as prevailing dress codes and cooking and eating utensils
    • A. 

      Culture Trait

    • B. 

      Culture

    • C. 

      Culture Complex

    • D. 

      Culture Hearth

    • E. 

      Culture Diffusion

  • 5. 
    Heartland, source innovation center, place of orgin
    • A. 

      Culture Trait

    • B. 

      Culture

    • C. 

      Culture Complex

    • D. 

      Culture Hearth

    • E. 

      Culture Diffusion

  • 6. 
    The term for a trait with many culture hearths that developed separately from each other
    • A. 

      Culture Ecology

    • B. 

      Culture Barrier

    • C. 

      Isotherm

    • D. 

      Independent Invention

    • E. 

      Possibilism

  • 7. 
    The expansion and adoption of a cultural element from its place of origin to a wider area
    • A. 

      Culture Trait

    • B. 

      Culture Diffusion

    • C. 

      Culture Hearth

    • D. 

      Culture

    • E. 

      Culture Ecology

  • 8. 
    The declining degree of acceptance of an idea or innovation with increase time and distance from its origin
    • A. 

      Stimulus Diffusion

    • B. 

      Possibilism

    • C. 

      Isotherm

    • D. 

      Time-Distance Decay

    • E. 

      Expansion Diffusion

  • 9. 
    Prevailing culutre attitude rendering certain innovations or idea's such as a mountain range
    • A. 

      Culture

    • B. 

      Culture Barrier

    • C. 

      Culture Trait

    • D. 

      Culture Complex

    • E. 

      Culture Diffusion

  • 10. 
    The spread of an innovation or idea through a population in an area where those influences grows continuously larger
    • A. 

      Expansion Diffusion

    • B. 

      Contagious Diffusion

    • C. 

      Hierarchical Diffusion

    • D. 

      Stimulus Diffusion

    • E. 

      Relocation Diffusion

  • 11. 
    The distance-controlled spreading of an idea, or some other item through a local population by contact from person to person
    • A. 

      Expansion Diffusion

    • B. 

      Contagious Diffusion

    • C. 

      Hierarchical Diffusion

    • D. 

      Stimulus Diffusion

    • E. 

      Relocation Diffusion

  • 12. 
    A form of diffusion in which an idea or innovation spreads through passing first among the most connected places or people
    • A. 

      Relocation Diffusion

    • B. 

      Stimulus Diffusion

    • C. 

      Contagious Diffusion

    • D. 

      Hierarchial Diffusion

    • E. 

      Expansion Diffusion

  • 13. 
    A form of diffusion in which a cultural adaptation is created as a result of the introduction of a cultural trait from another place
    • A. 

      Stimulus Diffusion

    • B. 

      Expansion Diffusion

    • C. 

      Hierarchial Diffusion

    • D. 

      Contagious Diffusion

    • E. 

      Relocation Diffusion

  • 14. 
    Squential diffusion process which the items being diffused are transmitted by their carrier agents as the evacuate the old area's
    • A. 

      Hierarchical Diffusion

    • B. 

      Contagious Diffusion

    • C. 

      Expansion Diffusion

    • D. 

      Stimulus Diffusion

    • E. 

      Relocation Diffusion

  • 15. 
    Ways of seeing the world spatially that are used by geographers in answering research questions
    • A. 

      Time-Distance Decay

    • B. 

      Geographic Concept

    • C. 

      Isotherm

    • D. 

      Culture Ecology

    • E. 

      Political Ecology

  • 16. 
    Line on a mapconnecting points with equal temperature values
    • A. 

      Environmental Determinism

    • B. 

      Geographic Concept

    • C. 

      Isotherm

    • D. 

      Possibilism

    • E. 

      Time-Distance Decay

  • 17. 
    The view that the natural enviroment has a controlling influence over various aspects of human life, including cultural developments
    • A. 

      Possibilism

    • B. 

      Isotherm

    • C. 

      Enviromental Determinism

    • D. 

      Culture

    • E. 

      Perceptual Region

  • 18. 
    Geographic viewpoint, a repsonse to determinism, holds that human decision making, not the enviroment, is the crucial factore in culture development
    • A. 

      Isotherm

    • B. 

      Enviromental Determinism

    • C. 

      Cultural Barrier

    • D. 

      Cultural Ecology

    • E. 

      Possibilism

  • 19. 
    The multiple interactions and relationships between a culture and a natural enviroment
    • A. 

      Cultural Ecology

    • B. 

      Political Ecology

    • C. 

      Geographic Concept

    • D. 

      Culture

    • E. 

      Culture Barrier

  • 20. 
    An approach to studying nature
    • A. 

      Possiblism

    • B. 

      Cultural Ecology

    • C. 

      Political Ecology

    • D. 

      Isotherm

    • E. 

      Culture

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