Human geography defines the impact and behavior of people and their implications in the physical world. It includes religion, language, and government of people that vary across the world. It also discusses the standards of living and quality of life across the world. It shows the inter-relationship between the physical environment and socio-cultural environment created by human beings through mutual interaction with each other.
The different fields of human geography are as follows:
1. Social Geography: It is a field of human geography that is connected with social sciences and sociology. Its sub-fields are behavioral geography, the geography of social well-being, historical, medical geography, etc.
2. Urban Geography: It is a field of human geography connected with urban studies and planning.
3. Political Geography: It is a field of human geography connected with science. Its sub-fields are electoral geography, military geography, etc.
4. Population Geography: It is a field of human geography connected with demography.