Douglas Amedeo (Author), Reginald G. Golledge (Author). this is a great book for anyone who needs to understand scientific approach to geography without mulling into unnecessary philosophical mumble-jumble. amedeo has made it clear and concise without compromising the content
Douglas Amedeo (Author), Reginald G. amedeo has made it clear and concise without compromising the content. it is really an amazing little book packed with loads of pertinent and practical content. it is informed yet very intuitive. i would recommend it anytime.
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GEOGRAPHY The three year . Text book of practical Geography, Concept, New Delhi-1998. course in geography shall be spread over three Academic Sessions viz. Part-I, Part-II, Part-III. There will be two theory papers carrying 75 marks each and a Practical of 50 marks in the first two years. In Part-III, there will be three theory papers carrying 50 marks each and a Practical of 50 marks. The candidates must pass in theory and Practicals separately obtaining at least 36 percent marks in each. No private candidate is allowed. Amedeo, Douglas : An introduction to Scientific Reasoning in Geography, John.
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a feature of a scientific theory, in which it is possible to collect data that will prove the theory wrong
a feature of a scientific theory, in which it is possible to collect data that will prove the theory wrong. the degree to which a theory provides the simplest explanation of some phenomenon. In the context of investigating a claim, the simplest explanation of a pattern of data; the best explanation that requires making the fewest expect ions or qualifications.
Unit-II Dualisms in geography; systematic & Regional geography .
Unit-II Dualisms in geography; systematic & Regional geography; physical & human geography. Systematic geography & its relation with systematic sciences and with regional geography. The myth and reality about dualisms. Books Recommended 1. Abler, Ronald ; Adams, John S. Gould Peter : Spatial Organization : The Geographers View of the World, Prentice Hall, . The Geography of Puranas, Peoples Publishing House, Delhi, 1966. 3. Amedeo, Douglas : An introduction to Scientific Reasoning in Geography, John Wiley, .