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2016-02-20T14:49:37+05:30
The early works of George (1951) and the influential statement of Trewartha before the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers in 1953 are often considered as the turning point in the emergence of population geography as a separate field within geographical studies. The development, however, was not sudden nor was it unexpected. The roots of the sub-field can be located in developments that were taking place both within geography and outside during some earlier periods.

The scope of population studies is quite wide. On the one hand, this subject is concerned with a quantitative study of the size, structure characteristics and territorial distribution of human populations and the changes occurring in them.

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2016-02-20T20:01:59+05:30
The early works of George (1951) and the influential statement of Trewartha before the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers in 1953 are often considered as the turning point in the emergence of population geography as a separate field within geographical studies. The development, however, was not sudden nor was it unexpected. The roots of the sub-field can be located in developments that were taking place both within geography and outside during some earlier periods.

The scope of population studies is quite wide. On the one hand, this subject is concerned with a quantitative study of the size, structure characteristics and territorial distribution of human populations and the changes occurring in them.
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