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    Geography – Human Geography

    1. Demographics: This subject entails the study of population distribution, density, growth, and variety in different regions. It outlines various population attributes, like age, race, gender, socioeconomic status, and other factors.
    2. Cultural Geography: An exploration of the diverse cultural practices, traditions, and influences that shape the society of various geographical locales. Aspects such as language, religion, art, and social structures come into focus here.
    3. Political Geography: This article would describe how geography and location can influence political issues and phenomena. Borders, spatial organization of governments, and geopolitics are some of the prominent focal points.
    4. Economic Geography: The analysis of global economic activity, exploring factors such as production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. It seeks to understand the economic conditions and phenomena across different geographical scales.
    5. Urban Geography: This would be an article about towns and cities – their formation, development, structure, and functions. Topics explored might include city planning, urban sprawl, and transportation systems.
    6. Rural Geography: Complementary to urban geography, this article would delve into rural areas, discussing themes like rural societies, agriculture, rural economy, and the effects of urbanization on rural zones.
    7. Migration and Settlement Patterns: An analysis of human movement and settlement patterns over time and across different geographical spaces. It will discuss concepts like migration, colonization, gentrification, and nomadism.
    8. Historical Geography: This article explores how places and regions change over time regarding both their physical characteristics and their human imprint. It seeks to understand the historical context of how geography has shaped human understanding, use, and alteration of the environment.
    9. Climatology and Human Life: The effect of climate on human societies, agricultural practices, and general life patterns would be the focus of this article.
    10. Environmental Management: Often a forward-looking topic, even in the 90s, it would explore how humans interact with, manage, and impact their environments. Topics might include conversation, degradation, and ecological preservation.
    11. Social Geography: This element of human geography entails the investigation of societal norms and structures from a spatial perspective. It includes the spatial correlations of social phenomena such as crime, health, and education.