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Quantitative Revolution In Geographical Thought | Human Geography | By Dr. Krishnanand

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This is the 18th in the series of lectures; on Quantitative Revolution In Geographical Thought for undergraduate geography students as well as Human Geography (optional) for UPSC exams.

This video by Dr. Krishnanand, founder of TheGeoecolologist; is suitable and helpful for the UPSC/IAS aspirants and beginners as well.

Simplified explanation of Quantitative Revolution In Geographical Thought has been made in this lecture.

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23 responses on "Quantitative Revolution In Geographical Thought | Human Geography | By Dr. Krishnanand"

  1. Tq so much sir ,your explaintion is very good

  2. sir please hindi me samjhaya kro please

  3. Awesome, very helpful for my Geography Optional.. Thank You alot sir from my heart.

  4. You just explained so beautifully sir.

  5. I found no reason about low views on this channel.
    Please keep making these videos.
    It helps student like me to learn.
    Best wishes.👍🏻👍🏻

  6. Wooow….you are awesome sir….
    You have cleared all doubts

  7. It makes me laugh when people say “Oh, Geography, that’s just memorizing lists of capitals”. But even that would have been more than the amount of geography taught in US public schools, in other words, none. I read that half of American high-school entrants can’t locate their home state on a mp without labels, I really hope that was an exaggeration. I hope curricula will improve in all the sciences: physical, biological and social, here in the US. Our kids are being underserved, most can’t compete with those of other countries in terms of science learning.

  8. There was a corresponding increase in the use of quantitative analysis in Geology during this period as well, perhaps even beginning a bit earlier. Like Geography, Geology had been, before the 20th C, predominantly a qualitative science.

  9. the videos is so easy to understand and helpful but I have quary that what does it mean by 'isotropical surface'? can you please explain it simply to better understanding?

  10. Sir … U are just awesome.. thank u for making these videos

  11. What is the difference between nomothetic and idiographic approaches…..??🤔

  12. Thanku sir, This lecture is very helpful .

  13. Sir I have one doubt with respect to cristaller's central place theory. In transportation principle k=4 why sir the central places are placed on middle of sides on complementary area? Many saying that it will reduce distance but couldn't understand!!! Help me please

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