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.
no. history is a collection of writings on the events and accomplishments of human societies. which CAN effect geography, seeing as geography is the location of human nations.but where things are is a different topic than what happened there and who did it
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.
history and geography are alike because history and geography look at where and how people live
No. Geography is a completely different topic and subject to science. Science is a whole different topic to geography. Geography is things about the world e.g. places, sort of like history but of the planet.
Yes, as they are two different subjects.
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geography is importance 2 studying history
Well in history it can be linked to politics because peopple such as JFK he was president and look at the history behind that. also geography is a huge part in history because you need to know where things happened the same example again JFK got assassinated in Dallas, texas. therfore politics and geography are related to history. hope this helps. On the contrary, I think the question should be answered thus, of course geography is related to both history and politics, because where ever in the world you live and work, will have different politics and history. Both past and present acts by governments, religion or peoples create history....China has a different philosophy to USA and the USA has a different history etc to other countries. You cannot generalise, and certainly the sad death of JFK has nothing to do with geography, all to do with politics and is now history.
The relationship between the Ukrainian geography throughout history has been a consistent border. The Ukraine has been ruled by several different governments, but the borders have remained the same.
History and Geography are connected by the change in human populations as they have moved around. These human populations also changed the physical geography of the places they live, so this is another connection to geography from History.
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Without Geography, History and historians simply wouldn't know where they are...!!!
Robert Sullivan has written: 'The year in pictures, 2002' -- subject(s): World history, Modern History, Pictorial works, History 'Geography generalized..' -- subject(s): Geography 'An introduction to geography..' -- subject(s): Ancient History, Geography, History, Ancient
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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 can affect the history of a group by distroying the artifacts
Colin McEvedy has written: 'The New Penguin Atlas of Ancient History' -- subject- s -: Maps, Ancient Geography, Ancient History 'The Penguin atlas of modern history - to 1815 -' -- subject- s -: Maps, Modern History, Historical geography 'World History Factfinder' 'The Penguin Atlas of African History' -- subject- s -: Maps, Historical geography 'The Penguin atlas of ancient history' -- subject- s -: Maps, Ancient Geography, Ancient History 'The Penguin Atlas of Modern History' -- subject- s -: Maps, Modern History, Historical geography 'The new Penguin atlas of medieval history' -- subject- s -: Maps, History, Historical geography, Medieval Geography 'The Penguin Atlas of Ancient History - Hist Atlas -' 'Rise of the World's Cities' 'The Penguin atlas of medieval history' -- subject- s -: Medieval Geography, Maps, Atlases, Historical Atlases 'The Penguin atlas of medieval history' -- subject- s -: Medieval Geography, Maps
History, Geography, Culture, Government and Economics.
History, Geography, Culture, Economics, Government
for me, geography greatly affects history in a sense that geography is not only focusing on the physical features of a land but also in human activities which according to my research belongs to human geography.
Because the geography of the planet was different back in history making moments. Additionally, geography impacts trade, travel, and events surrounding wars. It is said that ancient Rome's location in the center of the Mediterranean Sea enabled its power to expand both east and west of Rome's location.
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 Answers I study both GCSE History and Geography too and to be honest i find History way easier..... but i agree with what was said above. I think a subject is only easy to you if you enjoy that subject and you are prepared to work, because then you will be more interested and you would want to learn more finding it easier.
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.