Human Geography 1st Edition by Jon Malinowski – Test Bank

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Human Geography 1st Edition by Jon Malinowski – Test Bank

Chapter 01

Major Geographic Concepts

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Spatial patterns in geography
A. show arrays or distributions of phenomena on the Earth’s surface.
B. show different material types used for sewing on the Earth.
C. are commonly related to underground cave systems.
D. are rarely seen on maps.

Bloom’s Level: Understand
Figure: 1A.01
Section: 1A
Topic: Maps and mapping techniques
Type: Multiple Choice

2. The shades representing patterns on the political maps are

A. almost exactly the same.
B. very similar with significant differences.
C. reversed.
D. not colored at all alike.

Bloom’s Level: Analyze
Figure: 1A.01
Section: 1A
Topic: Maps and mapping techniques
Type: Multiple Choice

3. An example of a cognate discipline to geography might be
A. sociology, since sociologists are sometimes interested in mapping behavior.
B. geology, since both geologists and physical geographers might be interested in landforms.
C. political science, since political scientists often map and understand electoral and other political patterns spatially.
D. all of the above would be cognate disciplines.

Bloom’s Level: Apply
Section: 1A
Topic: Geography as a Discipline
Type: Multiple Choice

4. Analysis of the two road maps from different time periods on page 5 shows
A. that geographic patterns stay pretty much the same over time.
B. that one map is just a slice of geography in time and geography changes chronologically.
C. that geography changes little over time.
D. none of the above.

Bloom’s Level: Analyze
Figure: 1A.02
Section: 1A
Topic: Maps and mapping techniques
Type: Multiple Choice

5. Geographers often look at processes, meaning how patterns became the way they are. If processes have multivariate explanations, then:
A. there are many factors that help explain the phenomenon.
B. there is probably only one factor that mainly explains the phenomenon.
C. both a. and b.
D. none of the above.

Bloom’s Level: Apply
Section: 1A
Topic: Geographic theories
Type: Multiple Choice

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