Can any one study history without knowing its geography?
While history could be about people and their lives, learning about their surroundings gives a fuller picture. Studying the Celts of Britain should also include the geography of the hill forts they built.
The above contributor gives us an accurate answer. Another reason for studying history and the geography associated with it involves what is often called geopolitics.
What this means is that history and the politics surrounding it can seen better when geography is also considered. A good example of this is the location of the United States before both world wars. The USA could afford to remain neutral while Europe was deep in war was because the location of the USA left it clear of any borders with either Germany France or England. If, for example, the USA was "in or near " Europe, the likelihood of being involved in the mentioned wars would have been vastly greater. Because the USA was geographically "isolated" it could afford to avoid these wars. As it was, however, other circumstances did bring the USA into those wars.
Social studies is the study of history and the people who made that history. Geography is the study of land, maps, and landforms. Understand that geography affects history, but it is also a separate study and science.
David: Geography is the study of Location, Place, region, Human-Enviroment Interaction, and Movement. History is a different story its the study of pass time of cultures.
Because history is the study of the past and geography is the study of earth's physical and cultural features. So geography is related to history because the history tells what happened in the past and geography tells where it happened and who was there. The geographic location of a civilization can clearly effect its history of accomplishments or non-accomplishments.
Geography studies phenomena in a given space while History studies the impact of that phenomena on humanity and how man's decisions or actions can affect the environment. History is the study of the past, while geography is the study of the land and its features.
it's both in the past~
Science is the study of environment. History is the study of past and geography is the science that deals with the location of living and nonliving things on earth and the way they affect one another
Charles A. McMurry has written: 'Special method in primary reading and oral work with stories' -- subject(s): Reading (Primary) 'Pioneers on land and sea' -- subject(s): Discovery and exploration 'Excursions and lessons in home geography' -- subject(s): Geography, Study and teaching 'Chattanooga, its history and geography' -- subject(s): Geography, History 'Special method in geography for third and fourth grades' -- subject(s): Geography, Study and teaching (Elementary), Study and teaching 'Special method in history' -- subject(s)… Read More
It is important because geography is a study of earth's surface. Without geography you can't know about earth' surface
so that you can know lot about that country by just knowing their geography. You can know how that country is protected, how good is the trade for that country and etc....
From the begining geography is an old descipline which studies about spatial and temporal varation,distrbution and arrangment of man-made and natural gegraphic variables or phenomenons.From this defination the term temporal implies the domain of geography in terms of time that makes it to study history.
um you can find this on google It completely depends on what era of history you are wanting to study
She studied geography, history and the bible.
He studied the history of art but switched to geography.
Geology vs. Geography Correction: Geology is the study of the origin, history, and structure of the earth. The study of minerals is mineralogy. The study of rocks is petrology. Mineralogy and petrology are sub-disciplines of geology. Answer One of the founders of geology thought the new science should be called "natural geography." This makes for an interesting comparison. Geology is to geography what natural history is to history. Geography deals with national borders and the… Read More
Tim Seldin has written: 'Geography and history for the young child' -- subject(s): Geography, History, Montessori method of education, Study and teaching (Preschool)
Although there is some overlap between the two when looking at details, history is primarily concerned with when things happened. Geography is mainly deals with where things are and why.
because they are th subjects that deal with those topics
Edison J. Quick has written: 'The development of geography and history curricula in the elementary schools of Ontario, 1846-1966' -- subject(s): History, Study and teaching, Curricula, Public schools, Geography, Study and teaching (Elementary)
You have to study/practise because then you will remember the answers better meaning your Geography will improve. You could ask your teacher for help but you will have to remember and study/practise what they say.
Depends on the person entirely. If you're good at science, history will be harder and if you are good at English, geography will be harder. Better at science = Choose geography. Better at English = Choose history. That's what I would do. i study both history and geography. they are both so different. i prefer geography as there is to much 2 remember in history that's my personal opinion, it depends oon each person. Awesome… Read More
I study Geography
Geography is the study of the earth.
You learn important things such as geography, history, and a little algebra
It can be used to know where events happened<Hope i helped>
Anthropology is the study of cultures and what their community structure means to them. Geography is the study of the layout of the world (land characteristics such as where plateaus, rivers, mountain ranges) and how we label these phenomena. The thing in common of these two is knowing who are the inhabitants of these different areas, but Anthropology goes deeper to understand the people and why they do what they do.
Geographers study land formations and topography. Knowing the landscape of an area is important for geographers. Therefore, plants are studied in the field of geography more than animals are.
You have to study business policy if you wish to start your own business and join a new venture as partner or vice versa. Without knowing the knitty gritty of the business, your decision should be like diving into the river without knowing swimming.
Geology is the study of the earth,its origin,history,evolution,materials,strucures and future while Geography is the study of all the physical features of the Earth's surface, including its climate and the distribution of plant, animal, and human life.
To study history you must have an understanding of geography. Early civilizations were located on rivers or seas showing the importance of water for survival. Oceans, deserts, mountains, and location all play important roles in history and in science.
Geography is the study of Earth and its features and inhabitants. :]
how does the study the 5 them of geography
French, English, German and Dutch, geometry, algebra, history, geography, art history, mythology, biology, Bible history, Dutch literature.
Without knowing what following statements you have, we can not help you.
I'll assume you mean "Does geography include physical geography and human geography?" Yes, physical geography and human geography are areas of study within the wider area of study of geography.
Math, Icelandic, English, Danish, Geography, History, P.E., Art, Swimming. etc...
the school subject humaities is the study of geography and history which both help to teach you about the world (not shore if this is what you mean)
Yes, geography is the study of countries of the earth.
No, geography is the study of people, culture, landforms, the like.
Social means people thus people studies and history would not be without people.
The discipline of Geography brides the gap between social and natural sciences. Within the field of geography, there are two main branches: physical geography and human geography. Physical Geography involves the study of the processes and spatial patterns of the natural world which can be broken down into four focus areas: Atmosphere (air), Lithosphere (ground), Hydrosphere (water) and Biosphere (biological organisms). There are five categories of sub-fields in Physical Geography: Geomorphology (earth's form and structure)… Read More
Study of... without knowing what the scientists are studying, you cannot know exactly what instruments they are using.
it either means 'study geography' or 'the study of geography' 'etudie' means 'study' 'geographie' means 'geography' hope I helped :)
Physical geography is the way the earth is 'set out', hills etc., geography in general is study of the earth so they do link :)
It gives you a deeper understanding of the language through its history, development etc. There are many rules one cannot explain without taking the history of the word/language into consideration. Language represents the history of its nation. They are so closely linked together that learning/teaching the language without knowing its foundation is just impossible, or at least insufficient.
George E. Tait has written: 'Fair domain' -- subject(s): History 'Proud ages' -- subject(s): History 'Time chart for use in the study of the history of education in Canada' -- subject(s): Education, History 'History of art education in the elementary schools of Ontario' -- subject(s): Art, Study and teaching 'The world was wide..' -- subject(s): Discoveries in geography, Geography 'Breastplate and buckskin... by George E. Tait' -- subject(s): History
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Geography involves the study of the earth and its physical and human features.
Geography is the study of Earth, its people, and the landscapes they create.
Prince William originally started a degree in Art History, but later changed to Geography.