Tag: Roadmap

The Explorer’s Roadmap to National-Socialism Sven Hedin, Geography and the Path to Genocide

Sarah K. Danielsson, "The Explorer’s Roadmap to National-Socialism: Sven Hedin, Geography and the Path to Genocide"
English | ISBN: 1138108677 | 2017 | 320 pages | EPUB | 809 KB
Whilst terms such as Lebensraum are commonly associated with National-Socialist ideology of the 1930s and 40s, ideas of racial living space were in fact generated in the previous decades by an international geographic community of explorers and academics. Focusing on one of the most influential figures within this group, Sven Hedin, this is the first study that systematically connects the geographic community to the intellectual history of the development of National-Socialist ideology and genocidal practices. The book demonstrates how colonial, racial and nationalistic policies were often spearheaded by explorers and geographers such as Hedin. In Germany, Britain, France, and Russia their positions as publicly recognized authors and reputable academics made them highly influential with politicians. Whilst this influence was to become most visible within Hitler’s Germany, the debates were not by any means restricted to or even originated in, Germany. Germany was the home of some of the most prominent geographers, but this scientific community had a tradition of international debate and exchange with especially British, French and Russian geographic societies and institutions. Many issues that were later discussed and championed by National-Socialist ideology were aired and debated in this international setting – raising important questions about the international character and impact of National-Socialism. Tracing the intellectual history of the international geographic community and its relationship to National-Socialism, this study provides an assessment of Hedin’s close involvement with the Nazi elite as a culmination of decades of political and scientific work. In so doing the book uncovers a long ignored or overlooked important connection between exploration, geographers, and genocide.


6 Weeks to Happy The Ultimate Roadmap To Retrain Your Brain For Better Health, Greater Abundance, and Long Lasting Happiness

6 Weeks to Happy: The Ultimate Roadmap To Retrain Your Brain For Better Health, Greater Abundance, and Long Lasting Happiness By Karsan, Zahra
2021 | 283 Pages | ISBN: 0578958074 | EPUB | 5 MB
The reason you’re not happy……may not be what you think.Are you ready to rewire your thoughts?Zahra Karsan had a successful career and everything that came along with it. There was just one problem – She wasn’t happy. With a degree in psychology and post-graduate work in neuroscience, NLP, hypnotherapy, and applied positive psychology, she had the tools to figure it out.It took six weeks to change her life forever.In this ultimate roadmap to living the life we all dream of; she lays out a plan for success that covers the four major areas of the self that must be in balance.- Mental- Spiritual- Emotional- PhysicalThese are the tools she used to transform lives through her company GetZend. She’ll teach you both the how and the why of happiness and how to break free from the old mindset. The R.E.W.I.R.E. Systemâ„¢ will leave you with a 6-week plan to lasting change.Is your little voice holding you back?Are you ready to find joy again?You’ll love getting to know Zahra through this book, because she worked miracles with her own life and then built a business helping others.


Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities A Roadmap for Families and Professionals

Briana S. Nelson Goff, "Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Roadmap for Families and Professionals"
English | ISBN: 1138672467 | 2017 | 236 pages | EPUB | 2 MB
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities provides a unique contribution not currently available in the professional literature by addressing the experiences and perspectives of families living with or raising a child with a disability. Designed for family therapists, social workers, and other helping professionals, it provides empirically-based, practical information for working with families experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities of a loved one. This book also provides important information for navigating the various professional systems of care with which these families interface: health care providers, early childhood intervention teams, educational systems, the legal system, and financial planners.