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Is Geography generally considered an 'art subject' or a 'science one'?
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Quick question:

Is Geography generally considered an 'art subject' or a 'science one'?
it leans well more towards the arts.
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Is Geography generally considered an 'art subject' or a 'science one'?
the arts definately!
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the arts definately!
yes, thats wat i said.
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yes, thats wat i said.
maskall, it is part of my nature to always disagree with you, being one of the older members of this forum i know and remember the havoc that you have rained upon us......
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I would have said it was more science-y :confused:

Tho it does involve a lot of colouring-in
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Is Geography generally considered an 'art subject' or a 'science one'?
Isn't it a "humanity" which lies in the middle?
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Isn't it a "humanity" which lies in the middle?
yes.....
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It depends at which level really. At degree level you can obviously do BA Bsc which answers the questions to an extent. It can be either depending on the modules/topics you are taught.
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Isn't it a "humanity" which lies in the middle?
yep its humanity like history
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yep its humanity like history
I think geography is more scientifical.

There's a thread in "About UKL" with the same question as this, lol.
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YOU DO NOT JUST COLOUR IN IN GEOGRAPHY *HUMPH* I HAVENT PICKED UP A COLOURING PENCIL FOR GEO THROUGHOUT MY A LEVELS HUMPH

and to answer the origional question it is a mix of both. human is more arts and physical is science. best of both worlds
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YOU DO NOT JUST COLOUR IN IN GEOGRAPHY *HUMPH* I HAVENT PICKED UP A COLOURING PENCIL FOR GEO THROUGHOUT MY A LEVELS HUMPH

and to answer the origional question it is a mix of both. human is more arts and physical is science. best of both worlds
People, especially my teachers say that Geo is a "colour pencil" subject as in their days one terms work was to basically draw/colour in a map of europe. And thats like in the 1980's.

I also believe that Geo, was known as ecological science before. (or something like that)
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It's a humanity, like history and theology.

But, I'd say it's MUCH more scientific than any of the other humanities.
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As I said in the other thread there are two strands to geography

Human Geography which is an art of the same ilk as politics/sociology

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Physical Geography which is a science
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A-Level Geography is considered a Science by virtually all universities. For those who have not studied it, it involves absolutely no colouring in, maps, or names of countries captial cities (at least my A-Level didn't). To demonstrate the difficultly, two people in my year got C's in geography but got higher grades in Physics and Maths.
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(Original post by DavidBrent)
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Is Geography generally considered an 'art subject' or a 'science one'?

It is classified as a humanity subject, along with history, rs, classics e.t.c.
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People, especially my teachers say that Geo is a "colour pencil" subject as in their days one terms work was to basically draw/colour in a map of europe. And thats like in the 1980's.

I also believe that Geo, was known as ecological science before. (or something like that)
Some people I know say the only skills you need for Biology are colouring in, cutting things out and sticking them down. Well, the people were physics people who said that...
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Some people I know say the only skills you need for Biology are colouring in, cutting things out and sticking them down. Well, the people were physics people who said that...
If it moves it's biology, if it stinks it's chemistry, if it doesn't work it's physics
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If it moves it's biology, if it stinks it's chemistry, if it doesn't work it's physics
Lol OK.

What you mean it doesn't work... is that a compliment?
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