Using relevant examples, discuss the central questions, subject matter and major
themes of spatial organization that form part of the geographer’s view of the world.
Geographer’s view of the world is most often understood as the culture of geography as a science, the culture of geographical knowledge of both geographers and the population. These interrelated concepts are considered from the standpoint of modern geography. Geographic culture consists of the following components: 1) the geographical picture of the world, 2) geographical thinking, 3) the methods of geography, 4) the language of geography. There is a gap between popular and scientific geographic culture, as society is mainly confronted with descriptive geography and has no idea about the language and methods of modern geography.
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