Cultural Geography

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  • A branch of human geography that studies the various characteristics of a human culture in a particular location. Human geography, a more modern development under the discipline of geography, examines the relationship between human beings and the environment in which they exist. With a strong focus on spatial relations, human geography combines disciplines, examining the impact of social, economic, political, and cultural forces on human behavior.

    Some of the characteristics examined in this field include clothing, language, education, government, and religion. Cultural geographers also measure the variation of culture from location to location in the hope of better understanding the environmental factors affecting behavior.

    Spatial divisions, which can be thought of as the division of habitable space, play a large role in cultural geography. Spatial divisions, such ...

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