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BookBivins, Mary W. (2007)
Telling Stories, Making Histories: Women, Words, and Islam in Nineteenth-Century Hausaland and the Sokoto Caliphate
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Social History in Africa Series. 192p.

Conference paperBoddy, Janice (2007)
Why Do They Cling to Superstition? British Images of Islam and Women's Culture in Colonial Sudan
Paper presented at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 17-20, 2007, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Tucson.

Conference paperFabos, Anita (2007)
Resisting 'Blackness': Transnational Sudanese Women and Islamic Cultural Space in the Diaspora
Paper presented at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 17-20, 2007, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Tucson.

BookHaddad, al-Tahir and Husni, Ronak and Newman, Daniel L. (2007)
The Status of Women in Islamic Law and Society
Abingdon, Great Britain/New York: Routledge. Culture and Civilization in the Middle East Series #12.

Book chapterJohnson, Michelle C. (2007)
Making Mandinga or Making Muslims? Debating Female Circumcision, Ethnicity and Islam in Guinea-Bissau and Portugal
In: Hernlund, Ylva and Shell-Duncan, Bettina (eds.). Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Book chapterLabidi, Lilia (2007)
Islamic Law, Feminism, and Family: The Reformulation of Hudud in Egypt and Tunisia
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). From Patriarchy to Empowerment: Women's Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

BookWillemse, Karin (2007)
One Foot in Heaven: Narratives on Gender and Islam in Darfur, West-Sudan
Leiden/Boston: Brill. Women and Gender, the Middle East and the Islamic World Series #5. 547p.

Periodical articleBonate, Liazzat J.K. (2006)
See this documentMatriliny, Islam and Gender in Northern Mozambique
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 36 #2. p. 139-166.

Book chapterConway-Long, Don (2006)
Gender, Power and Social Change in Morocco
In: Ouzgane, Lahoucine (ed.). Islamic Masculinities. London/New York: Zed Books. p. 145-160.

BookCortese, Delia and Calderini, Simonetta (2006)
Women and the Fatimids in the World of Islam
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 269p.

Periodical articleGray, Doris H. (2006)
See this documentTransnational Muslim Women: A Qualitative Study of Conceptions of Islam in Morocco and in France
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 11 #3. September. p. 319-335.

Dissertation / thesisHamdy, Sherine (2006)
Our Bodies Belong to God: Islam, Medical Science, and Ethical Reasoning in Egyptian Life
Ph.D. dissertation: New York University, New York, New York. 541p.

Periodical articleJeenah, Na'eem (2006)
The National Liberation Struggle and Islamic Feminisms in South Africa
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 29 #1. January-February. p. 27-41.

Periodical articleKeefe, S.K. (2006)
See this document'Women Do What They Want': Islam and Permanent Contraception in Northern Tanzania
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 63 #2. p. 418-429.

Periodical articleRamirez, Angeles (2006)
Other Feminisms? Muslim Associations and Women's Participation in Morocco
Etnográfica. Volume 10 #1. p. 107-119.

Periodical articleRausch, Margaret (2006)
See this documentIshelhin Women Transmitters of Islamic Knowledge and Culture in Southwestern Morocco
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 11 #2. June. p. 173-192.

BookSada, Ibrahim N. and Adamu, Fatima L. and Ahmad, Ali (2006)
Promoting Women's Rights Through Sharia in Northern Nigeria
Zaria, Nigeria: Ahmadu Bello University, Centre for Islamic Legal Studies/British Council, Department for International Development (DFID). 36p.

Periodical articleSadiqi, Fatima (2006)
The Impact of Islamization on Moroccan Feminisms
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Volume 32 #1.

BookSantos, Marion B.d. (2006)
Concensus: Combating Gender Based Violence Through Islam, Tradition, and Law
Zomba, Malawi: Kachere Series. Kachere Texts #27. 114p.

Conference paperAugis, Erin (2005)
Hijab as Healing Discourse: Senegalese Women Explain Spiritual Conversion to a Sunni Islamist Movement
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Book chapterAugis, Erin J. (2005)
Dakar's Sunnite Women: The Politics of Person
In: Gomez-Perez, Muriel (ed.). L'islam Politique au sud du Sahara: Identite Discours et Enjeux. Paris: Karthala.

Book chapterBernal, Victoria (2005)
Gender, Culture and Capitalism: Women and the Remaking of Islamic 'Tradition' in a Sudanese Village
In: Cornwall, Andrea (ed.). Readings in Gender in Africa. Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. p. 164-177.

Periodical articleDomingo, Wesahl Agherdien (2005)
Marriage and Divorce: Opportunities and Challenges Facing South African Muslim Women With the Recognition of Muslim Personal Law
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. Volume Special Issue. p. 68-77.

Book chapterHatem, Mervat F. (2005)
The History of the Discourses on Gender and Islamism in Contemporary Egypt (1980-1990)
In: Sonbol, Amira E. (ed.). Beyond the Exotic: Women's Histories in Islamic Societies. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

Conference paperKrehbiel, Susi L. (2005)
Marriage and Divorce: Gendered Relationships and Localized Islam Among the Swahili of Coastal Tanzania
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Book chapterLovejoy, Paul E. (2005)
Concubinage in an Islamic Society
In: Lovejoy, Paul E. Slavery, Commerce and Production in the Sokoto Caliphate of West Africa. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Book chapterMahdi, Saudatu S. (2005)
Women's Rights in Shari'ah: A Case for Codification of Islamic Personal Law in Nigeria
In: Ostien, Philip and Nasir, Jamila M. and Kogelmann, Franz (eds.). Comparative Perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books.

BookMahmood, Saba (2005)
Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 233p.

Book chapterMarcotte, Roxanne D. (2005)
Identity, Power, and the Islamist Discourse on Women: An Exploration of Islamism and Gender Issues in Egypt
In: Johns, Anthony H. and Lahoud, Nelly (eds.). Islam in World Politics. London/New York: Routledge.

Periodical articleMashhour, Amira (2005)
Islamic Law and Gender Equality: Could There be a Common Ground? A Study of Divorce and Polygamy in Sharia Law and Contemporary Legislation in Tunisia and Egypt
Human Rights Quarterly. Volume 27 #2. May. p. 562-596.

Periodical articleMasquelier, Adeline (2005)
The Scorpion's Sting: Youth, Marriage and the Struggle for Social Maturity in Niger
Abstract presentJournal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Volume 11 #1. March. p. 59-83.

Periodical articlePereira, Charmaine (2005)
See this document'Zina' and Transgressive Heterosexuality in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #5. p. 52-79.

Book chapterSamatar, Abdi I. (2005)
Social Transformation and Islamic Reinterpretation in Northern Somalia: The Women's Mosque in Gabiley
In: Falah, Ghazi-Walid and Nagel, Caroline R. (eds.). Geographies of Muslim Women: Gender, Religion, and Space. New York: Guilford Press.

Periodical articleSeesemann, Rudiger (2005)
Islamism and the Paradox of Secularization: The Case of Islamist Ideas on Women in the Sudan
Sociologus. Volume 55 #1. p. 89-118.

Periodical articleSeferdjeli, Ryme (2005)
The French Army and Muslim Women During the Algerian War (1954-62)
Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World. Volume 3 #1. p. 40-79.

Book chapterSerageldin, Samia (2005)
The Islamic Salon: Elite Women's Religious Networks in Egypt
In: Cook, Mariam and Lawrence, Bruce B.(eds.). Muslim Networks From Hajj to Hip Hop. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press.

Conference paperStiles, Erin (2005)
Khul in Context: Strategies of Divorce in the Islamic Courts of Zamzibar
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Periodical articleStiles, Erin E. (2005)
See this document'There is No Stranger to Marriage Here!': Muslim Women and Divorce in Rural Zanzibar
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 75 #4. p. 582-598.

Periodical articleWeingartner, L.A. (2005)
Family Law and Reform in Morocco: The Mudawana: Modernist Islam and Women's Rights in the Code of Personal Status
University of Detroit Mercy Law Review. Volume 82 #4. p. 687-713.

Periodical articleArnfred, Signe (2004)
See this documentTufo Dancing: Muslim Women's Culture in Northern Mozambique
Abstract presentLusotopie. p. 39-65.

Periodical articleAsman, O. (2004)
Abortion in Islamic Countries - Legal and Religious Aspects
Medicine and Law. Volume 23 #1. p. 73-89.

Periodical articleBangstad, Sindre (2004)
When Muslims Marry Non-Muslims: Marriage as Incorporation in a Cape Muslim Community
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Volume 15 #3. p. 349-364.

Periodical articleBoyd, Jean and Lammers, Mirjam (2004)
Anti-Islamic Press Bias, a Prime Example From the Netherlands Involving Contemporary Muslim Women and a 19th Century Nigerian Scholar (Nana Asma'u)
Maghreb Review. Volume 29 #1-4. p. 186-196.

Book chapterBuggenhagen, Beth Anne (2004)
Domestic object(ion)s: The Senegalese Murid trade, diaspora and the politics of marriage payments, love and state privatization
In: Weiss, Brad (ed.), Producing African futures: Ritual and reproduction in a neoliberal age. Leiden: Brill.

Book chapterDodd, Hannah (2004)
Urban Women in Early Islamic Morocco
In: Benco, Nancy L. (ed.). Anatomy of a Medieval Islamic Town: Al-Basra, Morocco. Oxford: Archaeopress. BAR International Series #1234. p. 69-78.

Periodical articleEl-Safty, Madiha (2004)
Women in Egypt: Islamic Rights Versus Cultural Practice
Sex Roles. Volume 51 #5-6. p. 273-281.

Book chapterFluehr-Lobban, Carolyn (2004)
Women and Men in Muslim Societies: Family and Community Relations
In: Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn. Islamic Societies in Practice. Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida.

Conference paperGemmeke, Amber (2004)
Marabout Women in Dakar: Islam, Magic, and Femininity
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Book chapterGoodridge, Richard A. (2004)
Islam, Gender and Education in Colonial Cameroon to 1961
In: Goodridge, Richard A. (ed.). Caribbean Perspectives on African History and Culture. St. Michael, Barbados: University of the West Indies, Department of History and Philosophy.

Book chapterHajjar, Lisa (2004)
Domestic Violence and Shari'a: A Comparative Study of Muslim Societies in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia
In: Welchman, Lynn (ed.). Islamic Family Law: Women's Rights and Perspectives on Reform. London/New York: Zed Books.

Periodical articleHossein, Caroline S. (2004)
Thinking Outside the Islamic Box: Linking Context and Credit in Muslim West Africa
Critical Half: Bi-Annual Journal for Women International. Volume 2 #1. p. 29-33.

Periodical articleLengel, Laura B. (2004)
Performing In/Outside Islam: Music and Gendered Cultural Politics in the Middle East and North Africa
Text and Performance Quarterly. Volume 24 #3-4. July and October. p. 212-232.

Periodical articleMack, Beverly B. (2004)
Muslim Women's Educational Activities in the Maghreb: Investigating and Redefining Scholarship in Northern Nigeria and Morocco
Maghreb Review. Volume 29 #1-4. p. 165-185.

Book chapterMcGown, Rema B. (2004)
Transformative Islam and Shifting Gender Roles in the Somali Diaspora
In: Kusow, Abdi (ed.). Putting the art Before the Horse: Contested Nationalism and the Crisis of the Nation-State in Somalia. Trenton, New Jersey: Red Sea Press.

BookNageeb, Salma A. (2004)
New Spaces and Old Frontiers: Women, Social Space, and Islamization in Sudan
Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. 217p.

Periodical articleOgunbile, David (2004)
Religious Experience and Women Leadership in Nigerian Islam: Alhaja Sheidat Mujidat Adeoye Founder and Leader of the Fadilullah Muslim Mission, Osogbo, Nigeria
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. #6.

Periodical articleOgungbile, David O. (2004)
See this documentReligious Experience and Women Leadership in Yoruba (Nigeria); Islam: A Case Study of Alhaja Sheidat Mujidat Adeoye, Founder and Leader of the Fadilullah Muslim Mission, Osogbo, Nigeria
Abstract presentGender and Behaviour. Volume 2. p. 117-140.

Conference paperSaavedra, Martha (2004)
Islam, Gender, and Sport in Africa
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Dissertation / thesisSesanti, Simphiwe O. (2004)
Burial Practices, African Women, and Islam in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
M.A. Thesis: University of Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 28p.

Periodical articleTurshen, Meredeth (2004)
Militarism and Islamism in Algeria
Journal of Asian and African Studies. Volume 39 #1-2. April. p. 119-132.

Book chapterUmar, Muhammad Sani (2004)
Mass Islamic Education and Emergence of Female Ulama in Northern Nigeria: Background, Trends, and Consequences
In: Reese, Scott S. (ed.), The Transmission of Learning in Islamic Africa. Leiden: Brill. #2. p. 99-120.

Periodical articleWas, Adam (2004)
Aspects of Islamic Education in Kenya
Verbum SVD. Volume 45 #3. p. 257-271.

Book chapterAmmar, Nawal (2003)
Ecological Justice and Human Rights for Women in Islam
In: Foltz, Richard and Denny, Frederick M. and Baharuddin, Azizan H. (eds.). Islam and Ecology: A Bestowed Trust. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Divinity School, Center for the Study of World Religions/Harvard University Press.

Periodical articleCooper, Barbara M. (2003)
See this documentAnatomy of a Riot: The Social Imaginary, Single Women, and Religious Violence in Niger
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 37 #2-3. p. 467-512.

Periodical articleDouki, S. and Nacef, F. and Belhadj, A. and Bouasker, A. and Ghachem, R. (2003)
Violence Against Women in Arab and Islamic Countries
Archives of Women's Mental Health. Volume 6 #3. August. p. 165-171.

Conference paperGaudio, Rudolf P. (2003)
Sex, Language, and the Islamic City: Landscapes of Modernity in Nigerian Hausaland
Paper presented at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 19-November 23, 2003, Chicago. Illinois. Arlington, Virginia.

BookHafez, Sherine (2003)
The Terms of Empowerment: Islamic Women Activists in Egypt
Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. Cairo Papers in Social Science #24. Monograph #4. 114p.

Periodical articleHasna, F. (2003)
Islam, Social Traditions and Family Planning
Social Policy and Administration. Volume 37 #2. April. p. 181-197.

Periodical articleJohnsdotter, Sara (2003)
See this documentSomali Women in Western Exile: Reassessing Female Circumcision in the Light of Islamic Teachings
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 23 #2. October. p. 361-373.

Conference paperKasim, Mohamed (2003)
Women and Islamic Law: The Sijile of Brava (1893-1900)
Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 30-November 2, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Conference paperLydon, Ghislaine (2003)
The Qadi of Nadr as a Go-Between: Islamic Law, Divorce and Intermediating in Colonial Senegal
Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 30-November 2, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Periodical articleMaoulidi, Salma (2003)
See this documentMuslim Women Responding to HIV/AIDS in Tanzania
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 23 #2. October. p. 375-379.

Book chapterNageeb, Salma A. (2003)
Stretching the Horizon: A Gender-Based Perspective on Everyday Life and Practices in the Islamic Sub-Culture of Sudan
In: Stauth, Georg and Bierschenk, Thomas (eds.). Islam in Africa. Munster/London: Lit.

Periodical articlePierce, Steven (2003)
See this documentFarmers and 'Prostitutes;: Twentieth-Century Problems and Female Inheritance in Kano Emirate, Nigeria
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 44 #3. November. p. 463-486.

BookRegis, Helen A. (2003)
Fulbe Voices: Marriage, Islam, and Medicine in Northern Cameroon
Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. 175p.

BookSengers, Gerda (2003)
Women and Demons: Cult Healing in Islamic Egypt
Leiden/Boston: Brill. International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology #86. 302p.

Periodical articleStiles, Erin E. (2003)
See this documentWhen is a Divorce a Divorce? Determining Intention in Zanzibar's Islamic Courts
Ethnology. Volume 42 #4. Autumn. p. 273-288.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam (2003)
Muslim Marriages in South Africa: The Limitations and Legacy of the Indian Relief Act of 1914
Abstract presentJournal of Natal and Zulu History. Volume 21. p. 1-40.

Periodical articleWalseth, K. and Fasting, K. (2003)
Islam's View on Physical Activity and Sport: Egyptian Women Interpreting Islam
International Review for the Sociology of Sport. Volume 38 #1. March. p. 45-60.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2003)
See this documentIslamic-Hausa Feminism Meets Northern Nigerian Romance: The Cautious Rebellion of Bilkisu Funtuwa
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 46 #1. April. p. 137-153.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2003)
Hausa Women Writers Confronting the Traditional Status of Women in Modern Islamic Society: Feminist Thought in Nigerian Popular Fiction
Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature. Volume 22 #2. Fall. p. 387-408.

Periodical articleAhmed Elnaim, Buthaina (2002)
Human Rights of Women and Islamic Identity in Africa
Abstract presentRecht in Afrika = Law in Africa = Droit en Afrique. #1. p. 1-15.

Book chapterAnis, A. (2002)
Moving Boundaries: Forms of Resistance and Women's Solidarity in Islamist Sudan
In: Hasan, Yusuf F. and Gray, Richard (eds.). Religion and Conflict in Sudan. Papers From an International Conference at Yale, May, 1999. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa.

BookBergstrom, Kari (2002)
Legacies of Colonialism and Islam for Hausa Women: An Historical Analysis, 1804 to 1960
East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University. Office of Women in International Development, Working Paper #276. October.

Periodical articleBonthuys, Elsje (2002)
Accommodating gender, race, culture and religion: outside legal subjectivity
Abstract presentSouth African Journal on Human Rights. Volume 18 #1. p. 41-58.

Book chapterBooth, Marilyn (2002)
Infamous Women and Famous Wombs: Biography, Gender, and Islamist Concepts of Community in Contemporary Egypt
In: Fay, Mary Ann (ed.). Auto/Biography and the Construction of Identity and Community in the Middle East. New York: Palgrave.

Book chapterChristiansen, C.C. (2002)
Women's Islamic Activism: Between Self Practices and Social Reform Efforts
In: Esposito, J.L. and Burgat, F. (eds.). Modernising Islam: Religion in the Public Sphere in Europe and the Middle East. London: Hurst. p. 145-165.

Book chapterElmadmad, Khadija (2002)
Women's Rights Under Islam
In: Benedek, Wolfgang and Kisaakye, Esther M. and Oberleitner, Gerd (eds.). Human Rights of Women: International Instruments and African Experiences. London: Zed.

Conference paperInhorn, Marcia C. (2002)
Egyptian Mothers of Test-Tube Babies: Gender, Islam, and the Globalization of New Reproductive Technologies
Paper presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 23-26, 2002, Washington, D.C. Tucson, University of Arizona.

Book chapterKaram, Azza M. (2002)
Islamisms and Feminism in Egypt: Three Genderations of Women's Perspectives
In: Bacchetta, P. and Power, Margaret (eds.). Right-Wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World. New York: Routledge.

Periodical articleKassim, Mohamed (2002)
'Dhikr Will Echo From All Corners': Dada Masiti and the Transmission of Islamic Knowledge
Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies. Volume 2. p. 104-120.

Periodical articleKedar, M. (2002)
Islam and 'Female Circumcision': The Dispute Over FGM in the Egyptian Press, September, 1994
Medicine and Law. Volume 21 #2. p. 403-418.

Conference paperLabidi, Lilia (2002)
Women, Politics and Islam in Tunisia
Paper presented at the Meridian International Center, March 14, 2002, Washington, DC.

Conference paperMasquelier, Adeline M. (2002)
'The Fart Does Not Light the Fire': Bad Women, True Islam, and the Reconfiguration of Moral Order in Nigerian Sufism
Paper presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 20-November 24, 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleMcMichael, Celia (2002)
'Everywhere is Allah's Place': Islam and the Everyday Life of Somali Women in Melbourne, Australia
Journal of Refugee Studies. Volume 15 #2. p. 171-188.

Conference paperRausch, Margaret (2002)
Women's Religious Expression, Sensuality and Popular Islamic Healing Rituals in Casablanca
Paper presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 20-November 24, 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleSali, R. (2002)
The Gender of Modernity: Narratives of Muslim and Islamist Migrant Women
Journal of Mediterranean Studies. Volume 12 #1. p. 147-168.

Conference paperStiles, Erin (2002)
Gender and Legal Knowledge: Divorce Debates in Zanzibar's Islamic Court
Paper presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 20-November 24, 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana. Arlington, Virginia.

Dissertation / thesisStiles, Erin E. (2002)
A Kadhi and His Court: Marriage, Divorce, and Zanzibar's Islamic Legal Tradition
Ph.D. dissertation: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. 366p.

Periodical articleWerthmann, Katja (2002)
See this documentMatan Bariki, 'Women of the Barracks': Muslim Hausa Women in an Urban Neighbourhood in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 72 #1. p. 112-130.

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