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Periodical articleHosegood, Victoria and Preston-Whyte, Eleanor and Busza, Joanna and Moitse, Sindile and Timaeus, Ian M. (2007)
See this documentRevealing the Full Extent of Households' Experiences of HIV and AIDS in Rural South Africa
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 65 #6. September. p. 1249-1259.

Periodical articleCase, Anne and Ardington, Cally (2006)
The Impact of Parental Death on School Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence from South Africa
Demography. Volume 43 #3. August. p. 401-420.

Periodical articleChowa, Gina A.N. (2006)
Savings Performance among Rural Households in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Effect of Gender
Social Development Issues. Volume 28 #2. p. 106-116.

Periodical articleEloundou-Enyegue, Parfair M. and Calves, Anne-Emmanuele (2006)
Till Marriage Do Us Part: Education and Remittances from Married Women in Africa
Comparative Education Review. Volume 50 #1. February. p. 1-20.

Book chapterKabore, Idrissa and Pilon, Marc (2006)
Households and Schooling in Burkina Faso: Some Insights from the 1996 Census
In: Van de Walle, Etienne (ed.). African Households: Censuses and Surveys. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Periodical articleTakahashi, Chie (2006)
See this documentPartnerships, Learning, and Development: A Case Study from Ghana
Development in Practice. Volume 16 #1. February. p. 39-50.

Book chapterAnnan-Yao, Elisabeth (2005)
Analysis of Gender Relations in the Family, Formal Education and Health
In: Annan-Yao, Elisabeth (ed.). Gender, Economies and Entitlements in Africa. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). Codesria Gender Series #2.

Periodical articleFargues, P. (2005)
Women in Arab Countries: Challenging the Patriarchal System?
Reproductive Health Matters. Volume 13 #25. May. p. 43-48.

Periodical articleGyima, Stephen and White, Jerry and Maxim, Paul (2005)
Cohort Perspectives on Women's Educational Attainment and the Timing of Parenthood in Ghana
Journal of Family and Economic Issues. Volume 26 #1. March. p. 123-142.

Dissertation / thesisKubeka, Alvina M. (2005)
Tension in Developmental Intimacy: Parental Modeling and Domestic Violence in the New South Africa
M.A. Thesis: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 58p.

Dissertation / thesisNell, Reinette D. (2005)
Stress, Coping Resources and Adjustment of Married Mothers in the Teaching Profession
M.A. Thesis: Nelson Mandela University, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 159p.

Periodical articleNyamukapa, Constance and Gregson, Simon (2005)
See this documentExtended Family's and Women's Roles in Safeguarding Orphans Education in AIDS-Afflicted Rural Zimbabwe
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 60 #10. May. p. 2155-2167.

Periodical articleBadri, Amna E. and Burchinal, Lee G. (2004)
Ahfad Journal: Women and Change: The First Twenty Years
Ahfad Journal. Volume 21 #2. December. p. 4-15.

Periodical articleDe Lange, Naydene and Olivier, Tilla (2004)
Emerging Religious Identities of Female Indian Adolescents in Post-Apartheid South Africa and its Role as Change Agents
Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 14 #2. p. 103-109.

Periodical articleLokshin, Michael M. and Glinskaya, Elena and Garcia, Marito (2004)
See this documentThe Effect of Early Childhood Development Programmes on Women's Labour Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 13 #2. June. p. 240-276.

Periodical articleMoghadam, Valentine M. (2004)
See this documentPatriarchy in Transition: Women and the Changing Family in the Middle East
Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume 35 #2. Spring. p. 137-162.

BookYamano, Takashi and Jayne, T.S. (2004)
Working-Age Adult Mortality and Primary School Attendance in Rural Kenya
Nairobi: Tegemeo Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development. Tegemeo Working Paper #11. June.

Conference paperBaker, Victoria J. (2003)
Struggling to Survive in a South African Township: Women as Peacemakers and Economic Buffers
Paper presented at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 19-November 23, 2003, Chicago. Illinois. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleBooth, Margaret Z. (2003)
The Impact of Parental Availability on Swazi Students' School Achievement: A Nine Year Longitudinal Study
International Journal of Educational Development. Volume 23 #3. May. p. 257-274.

BookNwagbara, Chinyere (2003)
Population/Family Life Education, Women and Gender Issues in Nigeria
Owerri, Nigeria: TAIT Publications. 225p.

Book chapterOkojie, Christiana E.E. (2003)
Gender and Education as Determinants of Household Poverty in Nigeria
In: Van der Hoeven, Rolph and Shorrocks, Anthony F. (eds.). Perspectives on Growth and Poverty. Tokyo/New York: United Nations University Press.

Dissertation / thesisSusilastuti, Dewi Haryani (2003)
See this documentWomen's Education, Work and Autonomy: An Egyptian Case
Ph.D. dissertation: Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. 112p.

BookUnited Nations (2003)
See this documentSudan: Special Report on Women in the South
Nairobi: United Nations/Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN). August. 5p.

Dissertation / thesisChiche, Yeshi (2002)
Comparative Analysis of Gender Related Farm Households in the Arsi-Negele Farming Zone in Ethiopia
M.Sc. Thesis: University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. 84p.

Dissertation / thesisGoeken, Allyson B. (2002)
Women in Algeria and Tunisia: Family Law, Education, Labor, and Politics
M.A. Thesis: University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. 88p.

Periodical articleShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (2001)
Gender, Poverty, Family Structure, and Investments in Children's Education in Kinshasa, Congo
Economics of Education Review. Volume 20 #4. August. p. 359-375.

BookUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) (2001)
5 Years After Beijing; What Efforts in Favour of African Women?
Addis Ababa: United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). September.

Conference paperJoseph, Eme U. (2000)
Motherhood and Academic Performance: Assessment of Female Undergraduate Students of University of Uyo
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookNewbury, Catharine and Baldwin, Hannah (2000)
See this documentAftermath: Women in Postgenocide Rwanda
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Agency for International Development, Center for Development Information and Evaluation. Working Paper #303. July. 12p.

Periodical articlePuchnarewicz, Elzbieta (2000)
Perspectives on Women and Family Studies in Africa: To What Extent is the 'Global Approach' Possible?
Abstract presentAfricana Bulletin. #48. p. 81-112.

BookSwadener, Beth B. and Kabiru, Margaret and Njenga, Anne (2000)
Does the Village Still Raise the Child? A Collaborative Study of Changing Child-Rearing and Early Education in Kenya
Albany, New York: State University of New York (SUNY) Press. 322p.

BookUnited Nations Statistics Division (2000)
The World's Women 2000: Trends and Statistics
New York: United Nations Statistics Division. Social Statistics and Indicators. Series K; #16. 16. 180p.

Book chapterFuller, Bruce and Liang, Xiaoyan (1999)
Which Girls Stay in School? The Influence of Family Economy, Social Demands and Ethnicity in South Africa
In: Bledsoe, Caroline H.(ed.). Critical Perspectives on Schooling and Fertility in the Developing World. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. p. 181-225.

Periodical articleGlick, Peter J. and Sahn, David E. (1999)
Schooling of Girls and Boys in a West African Country: The Effects of Parent Education, Income, and Household Structure
Economics of Education Review. Volume 19 #1. February. p. 63-87.

Dissertation / thesisMay, Charmaine E. (1999)
An Enquiry into the Factors Impeding the Career Advancement of Women Academics at Peninsula Technikon
M. Econ. Thesis: University of Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa. 126p.

Periodical articleNjuki, E.P. (1999)
Verbal and Non-Verbal Interaction between Mothers and Their Children with Learning Difficulties
African Journal of Special Needs Education. Volume 4 #2. September. p. 13-26.

Periodical articleOsunde, A.U. and Omoruyi, F.E.O. (1999)
An Assessment of the Factors Militating Against the Active Participation of Rural Women in Development-Oriented Educational Programmes in Midwestern Nigeria
Adult Education and Development. #52. p. 81.

BookShapiro, David (1999)
Family Influences on Women's Educational Attainment in Kinshasa
University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, Population Research Institute Working Paper #99-13. October. 20p.

BookTembon, Mercy and Al-Samarrai, Samer (1999)
See this documentWho Gets Primary Schooling and Why? Evidence of Gender Inequalities within Families in Guinea
Brighton, Great Britain: University of Sussex, Institute of Development Studies. IDS Working Paper 85. April. 33p.

Conference paperGage, Anastasia J. and Tagoe-Darko, Eva D. (1998)
Schooling and Child Labor in Ghana: Family Strategies and Gender Roles
Paper presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 1-3, 1998, Chicago, Illinois. Silver Spring.

Book chapterGang, Kachollom P. (1998)
The Family and Its Responsibilities
In: Orewere, Ben 'Nata and Mamven, Larai J. (eds.). Plateau State Woman: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A National Seminar. Lagos, Nigeria: National Council of Women Societies and the African Council for Communication Education.

Periodical articleOkereke, Chukwunenye I. (1998)
Ethnic Differences in Family Size: A Study of Yoruba and Igbo Women in Lagos, Nigeria
Research for Development. #13-14. p. 147-167.

Book chapterShakry, O. (1998)
Schooled Mothers and Structured Play: Child Rearing in Turn-of-the-Century Egypt
In: Abu-Lughod, Lila (ed.). Remaking Women: Feminism and Modernity in the Middle East. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. p. 126-170.

Book chapterGreenstreet, Miranda N. and Banibensu, R.A. (1997)
Cross-Generational Knowledge Transfer on Reproductive Health among Women in Ghana
In: Harcourt, Wendy (ed.). Power, Reproduction, and Gender: The Inter-Generational Transfer of knowledge. London/Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Zed Books. p. 58-71.

Periodical articleRiphenburg, Carol (1997)
See this documentWomen's Status and Cultural Expression: Changing Gender Relations and Structural Adjustment in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 44 #1. p. 33-50.

Periodical articleAppleton, Simon (1996)
How Does Female Education Affect Fertility? A Structural Model for the Cote d'Ivoire
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. Volume 58 #1. February. p. 139-166.

Dissertation / thesisBuchmann, Claudia (1996)
Family Decisions and Social Constraints: The Determinants of Educational Inequality in Contemporary Kenya
Ph.D. dissertation: Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. 266p.

Dissertation / thesisHopkins, Jenny (1996)
The Role of the Family in Learning to Work: Experiences of Egyptian Muslim Women
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 251p.

Periodical articleKane, Penny and Ruzicka, Lado (1996)
Women's Education and the Demographic Transition in Africa
Health Transition Review. Volume 6 Supplement. p. 101-113.

Periodical articleLloyd, Cynthia B. and Blanc, Ann K. (1996)
Children's Schooling in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Fathers, Mothers, and Others
Population and Development Review. Volume 22 #2. June. p. 265-298.

Periodical articleFuller, Bruce and Singer, Judith D. and Keiley, Margaret (1995)
Why Do Daughters Leave School in Southern Africa? Family Economy and Mothers' Commitments
Social Forces. Volume 74 #2. December. p. 657-681.

BookGichuhi, L. (1995)
Choice between Family Size and Child Schooling: The Kenyan Case
Nairobi: Academy Science Publishers. Abridged Research Report #8.

Conference paperMindry, Deborah L. (1995)
'For Home and Country': Domesticating the Nation
Paper presented at the 94th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 15-19, 1995, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

BookMontgomery, Mark and Kouame, Aka and Oliver, Raylynn (1995)
The Tradeoff between the Number of Children and Their Schooling: Evidence from Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana
New York: Population Council. Working Paper #82. 51p.

Book chapterSigman, Vickie A. (1995)
Increasing Female Household-Head Participation in Agricultural Extension in Malawi
In: James, V.U. (ed.). Women and Sustainable Development in Africa. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger. p. 133-157.

Periodical articleCammish, N.K. and Brock, C. (1994)
State, Status and Status Quo: Factors Affecting the Education of Girls in Cameroon
International Journal of Educational Development. Volume 14 #3. p. 233-240.

Book chapterLiljestrom, Rita and Masanja, Patrick and Mkai, Cletus P.B. and Tumbo-Masabo, Zubeida (1994)
The Pubescent Girl - Past and Present
In: Tumbo-Masabo, Zubeida and Liljestrom, Rita (eds.). Chelewa, Chelewa: The Dilemma of Teenage Girls. Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. p. 35-53.

Periodical articleLloyd, Cynthia B. and Gage-Brandon, Anastasia J. (1994)
High Fertility and Children's Schooling in Ghana: Sex Differences in Parental Contributions and Educational Outcomes
Population Studies. Volume 48 #2. July. p. 293-306.

Dissertation / thesisOnwumere, Remigius U. (1994)
Analysis of Female Education and Culture on Family Size among the Igbos of Eastern Nigeria
Ph.D. dissertation: Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. 139p.

BookTumbo-Masabo, Zubeida and Liljestrom, Rita (eds.) (1994)
Chelewa, Chelewa: The Dilemma of Teenage Girls
Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. 218p.

Conference paperAinsworth, Martha and Koda, Godlike (1993)
The Impact of Adult Deaths from AIDS and Other Causes on School Enrollment and Attendence in Tanzania
Paper presented at the 62nd Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 1-3, 1993, Cincinnati, Ohio. Alexandria, Virginia.

Dissertation / thesisAmissah, Margaret (1993)
Education and Family Size among Women in Accra
B.A. Honors Thesis: University of Legon, Legon, Ghana. 46p.

Dissertation / thesisAnokwa, Charlotte A.K. (1993)
Ghanaian Rural Women and Familial Education: The Case of Selected Women's Educational Programs
Ed.D Dissertation: University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 220p.

BookBanda, Eta E. (1993)
Evaluation of Malawi/90/po2: Integration of the Parent Education Project as a Community Based Training Programme
Zomba, Malawi: Parent Education Project in Malawi and the Malawi. Ministry of Women and Children's Affairs and Community Services. 74p.

Periodical articleCherian, V.I. (1993)
The Relationship between Parental Interest and Academic Achievement of Xhosa Children from Monogamous and Polygynous Families
Journal of Social Psychology. Volume 133 #5. October. p. 733-736.

Periodical articleEboh, E.C. (1993)
A Household Survey of Farm Women's Access to Agro-Information and Technology: Implications for Extension Training and Rural Development in Nigeria
Journal of Rural Development and Administration. Volume 25 #4. p. 1-22.

Dissertation / thesisSmith, Morna O. (1993)
Desired Family Size and Desired Child Education among Recently Married Women in Egypt
Ph.D. dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. 268p.

Periodical articleWashi, Siddiga and Cowan, Donna and Perry, R. Dale (1993)
The Impact of Mother's Education on Indicators of School Performance of First through Third Grade Primary School Children Living in Low Socioeconomic Areas in Khartoum, Sudan
Ahfad Journal. Volume 10 #1. p. 44-55.

Periodical articleKalule-Sabiti, I. (1992)
See this documentSocio-Economic Factors Affecting Fertility in Kenya
South African Journal of Sociology. Volume 23 #2. p. 46-52.

Conference paperLloyd, Cynthia B. and Brandon, Anastasia J. (1992)
Does Sibsize Matter? Implications of Family Size for Children's Educational Opportunities and Work Responsibilities in Ghana
Paper presented at the 61st Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 30-May 2, 1992, Denver, Colorado. Washington, DC.

Periodical articleMcCauley, Ann P. and West, Sheila K. and Lynch, Matthew (1992)
See this documentHousehold Decisions among the Gogo People of Tanzania: Determining the Roles of Men, Women and the Community in Implementing a Trachoma Prevention Program
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 34 #7. April. p. 817-824.

Dissertation / thesisOhemeng-Agyei, K. (1992)
The Attitude Towards Marriage and Family Formation among University Female Students: The Case of the University of Cape Coast
B.A. Honors Thesis: University of Science and Technology, Kumasi Ghana. 168p.

Conference paperOkwuosa, Ada C. (1992)
Family Background, Marriage, and Higher Education among Igbo Women: A Comparative Study of the Phenomena of Early and Delayed Tertiary Education for Nigerian Women
Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora, July 13-18, 1992, Nsukka, Nigeria. Indianapolis: Association of African Women Scholars (AAWS), Indiana University, Women's Studies Program. Volume 6. p. 317.

BookPower, Jonathan (1992)
Report on Rural Women Living in Poverty
New York: United Nations. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 59p.

Book chapterShindi, J. (1992)
The Role of Family in the Development of the Child's Personality
In: Osakue, Grace and Okojie, Jane and Osakue, Duncan (eds.). Women and Education: Edited Proceedings of the Third Annual Women in Nigeria Conference. Samaru, Nigeria: Women in Nigeria (WIN). p. 93-100.

Dissertation / thesisBanda, Eta E. (1991)
A Study of Family Life Education Experiences among Chewa Grandmothers Mothers and Daughters in Malawi
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland. 284p.

Dissertation / thesisDowuona, Gifty M. (1991)
Family Background and Education in Ghana: A Look at a Selected Group of Male and Female University Entrants
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. 228p.

Periodical articleHollos, Marida (1991)
Migration, Education, and the Status of Women in Southern Nigeria
American Anthropologist. Volume 93 #4. December. p. 852-870.

Periodical articleJuma, Magdallen N. (1991)
Some Factors Determining Women's Participation in Non-Formal Education: A Study of Mombasa North, Kenya
Abstract presentKenya Journal of Education. Volume 5 #1. p. 46-74.

Conference paperKane, Thomas T. and Thome, Marcio and Ignegonba, Keumaye and Sokona, Ousman and Debuysscher, Rose (1991)
The Micro-Consequences of Family Size and Structure on the Socio-Economic Wellbeing of Adolescents and Young Adults in Greater Banjul, The Gambia
Paper presented at the 60th Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), March 21-23, 1991, Washington, DC, Alexandria, Virginia.

Book chapterMahfoudh, S.D. (1991)
University Women: Between a Professional Career and Family Life in Tunisia
In: Faruqui, Akhtar M. and Hassan, Mohamed H.A. and Sandri, Gabriella (eds.). The Role of Women in the Development of Science and Technology in the Third World. Teaneck, New Jersey: World Scientific.

BookTambashe, B. Oleko and Shapiro, David (1991)
Employment, Education, and Fertility Behavior: Evidence from Kinshasa
Kinshasa: Universite de Kinshasa. Faculte des Sciences Economiques, Departement de Demographie. June. 97p.

Dissertation / thesisAchatz, Mary (1990)
Orientation of Female Secondary School Students to Work Marriage and Family Western Province, Kenya
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 272p.

Dissertation / thesisAddo, Jerodine B. (1990)
Student Mothers and Role Conflict: A Case Study of the University of Ghana, Legon
B.A. Honors Thesis: University of Ghana, Legon, Legon, Ghana. 94p.

Periodical articleAmoateng, Acheampong Y. (1990)
See this documentSociodemographic Correlates of the Timing of Family Formation in Ghana
South African Journal of Sociology. Volume 21 #3. August. p. 145-151.

BookCarr-Hill, Roy A. (1990)
Social Conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa
Basingstoke, Great Britain: Macmillan. 278p.

Periodical articleDue, Jean M. and Magayane, Flavianus T. (1990)
Changes Needed in Agricultural Policy for Female-Headed Farm Families in Tropical Africa
Agricultural Economics. Volume 4 #3-4. December. p. 239-253.

Book chapterNwabueze, N. (1990)
From 'ori akwu' to odozi akwu': The Impact of Changing Status of Nigerian Women on Family Welfare
In: Olurode, Lai (ed.). Women and Social Change in Nigeria. Lagos: Unity Publishing and Research. p. 93-107.

BookUNICEF (1990)
Children and Women of Ghana: A Situation Analysis
Accra: UNICEF. June. 253p.

Conference paperAinsworth, Martha (1989)
Socioeconomic Determinants of Fertility in Cote d'Ivoire
Paper presented at the 58th Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), March 30-April 1, 1989, Baltimore, Maryland. Alexandria, Virginia.

Periodical articleAlsanousi, Magda (1989)
Effect of Socialization and Education on Women's Political Participation in the Sudan
Ahfad Journal. Volume 6 #2. p. 56-69.

Book chapterNor, Fatima S. (1988)
Role of the Family Life Education Programme in Women, Water Supply and Sanitation
In: Internation Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW). Women, Water Supply, and Sanitation: A National Training Seminar, Mogadishu, Somalia, February 13-18, 1988. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic:(INSTRAW).

Periodical articleRam, Rati and Singh, Ram D. (1988)
See this documentFarm Households in Rural Burkina Faso: Some Evidence on Allocative and Direct Return to Schooling and Male-Female Labor Productivity Differentials
World Development. Volume 16 #3. March. p. 419-424.

BookStycos, J. Mayone and Sayed, Hussein A.A. and Avery, Roger and Fridman, Samuel (1988)
Community Development and Family Planning: An Egyptian Experiment
Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. Westview Special Studies in Social, Political and Economic Development. 224p.

Book chapterAkuffo, Felix O. (1987)
Teenage Pregnancies and School Dropouts: The Relevance of Family Life Education and Vocational Training of Girls Employment Opportunities
In: Oppong, Christine (ed.). Sex Roles, Population, and Development in West Africa: Policy Related Studies on Work and Demographic Issues. Portsmith, New Hampshire: Heinemann. p. 154-164.

Periodical articleOberschall, Anthony R. (1987)
Household Composition and Agricultural Technology in Zambia
Social Science. Volume 1. p. 65-68.

Periodical articleObikeze, D.S. (1987)
Education and the Extended Family Ideology: The Case of Nigeria
Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume 18. Spring. p. 25-45.

Dissertation / thesisOka, Delia N.K. (1987)
Female Teachers in the Primary School: Work and Domestic Responsibility: A Case Study of Kumasi
B.A. Honors Thesis: University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. 41p.

BookOppong, Christine and Abu, Katherine (1987)
Seven Roles of Women: Impact of Education Migration and Employment on Ghanaian Mothers
Geneva: International Labour Organization (ILO). Women, Work and Development Series #13. 127p.

BookOppong, Christine (1987)
African Mothers, Workers and Wives: Inequality and Segregation
Geneva: International Labour Organization (ILO). Population, Human Resources and Development Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa Working Paper Series #2. 36p.

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