Knowledge about Nature is extremely important to develop technology and technology loosens the shackles of the environment on human beings. In the early stages of their interaction with their natural environment, humans were greatly influenced by it. They adapted to the dictates of Nature. This is so because the level of technology was very low…
Social Geography, Urban Geography, Political Geography, Population Geography, Settlement Geography, and Economic Geography.
‘Behavioral’ school of thought is an approach to human geography that examines human behavior by using a disaggregated approach. This is a branch of human science.
In primitive societies, nature is a powerful force, worshipped, revered and conserved. People depend on nature for resources that sustain them.
Human geography studies the inter-relationship between the physical environment and socio-cultural environment created by human beings through mutual interaction with each other.
Geography is an inter-disciplinary subject which links and influence on other scientific field that include—anthropology, biology, geology, chemistry, mathematics etc. Geography explore new ideas, place and culture often related to human knowledge. Therefore, Geography often called mother of all science.
During intellectual exercises, it is interpreted basically that the dichotomy between physical geography and humans is not valid, because nature and humans are inseparable elements and should be seen holistically. It is interesting to note that both physical and human phenomena are described in metaphors. (In order to show that the two things have the…
Neo-determinism is the middle path (Madhyam Marg) between the two ideas of environmental determinism and possibilism.
The core concern of geography as a discipline is to understand the earth as the home of human beings and to study all those elements which have sustained them.