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The World of Sex (Paperback): Henry Miller The World of Sex (Paperback)
Henry Miller 1
R70 R48 Discovery Miles 480 Save R22 (31%) Within 7 - 12 working days

In The World of Sex, Henry Miller, one of the most scandalous writers of the 20th century explains his literary project Henry Miller's bold, explicit novels scandalized readers and remade the literature of his day. In this uncompromising literary manifesto he argues that sex is at the heart of his writing because it is at the heart of life - a vital force as essential as bread, money, work or play. Drawing on his own experiences and on the writing of his famously banned novels in Paris, he shows sex as a mysterious realm that must be explored if we are to be truly free.

A Companion to the Anthropology of Africa (Hardcover): Roy Richard Grinker, Stephen C. Lubkemann, Christopher B. Steiner,... A Companion to the Anthropology of Africa (Hardcover)
Roy Richard Grinker, Stephen C. Lubkemann, Christopher B. Steiner, Euclides Goncalves
R2,895 R2,678 Discovery Miles 26 780 Save R217 (7%) Within 7 - 12 working days

Anthropology conducted in Africa has been central to the methodological and theoretical development of the discipline since it was first institutionalized in the late 19th century. Written and edited by a team of leading cultural anthropologists on the subject, A Companion to the Anthropology of Africa compiles a collection of insightful essays that address all aspects of life on the continent of Africa. Chapters within explore the extent to which anthropological thinking on this topic has been, or remains, influenced by the theoretical traditions, whilst others consider the extent to which anthropological thinking has been transformed by growing interest in using anthropological knowledge to critically address practical concerns and public problems such as war, poverty, and public health. This Companion is presented in four parts. The first part looks at enduring themes--tracing the development of anthropological thinking and the current debates about themes such as witchcraft, kinship, law and justice that have demonstrated remarkable staying power in the anthropology of Africa. The second section considers topics that began to garner attention during decolonization and in its immediate aftermath. Such topics include mobility and displacement, urbanism, and political violence. The third part comprises topics such as trauma, social justice, sex and sexuality that have become the central concern of anthropologists of Africa since its many nations gained their independence. It also looks at 'hot topics' like social media, humanitarianism, and environmentality. The final section considers the role that Africanist anthropology has played in informing other Africanist disciplines, and reflects on the politics of representation within the discipline as well. Filled with a wide variety of expert opinions and observations across chapters which are highly sophisticated in their coverage, A Companion to the Anthropology of Africa is an essential reference resource for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as researching anthropologists.

Global Law Series - Legalized Families in the Era of Bordered Globalization (Paperback): Daphna Hacker Global Law Series - Legalized Families in the Era of Bordered Globalization (Paperback)
Daphna Hacker
R666 R516 Discovery Miles 5 160 Save R150 (23%) Within 7 - 11 working days

Providing a panoramic and interdisciplinary perspective, this book explores the interrelations between globalization, borders, families and the law. It considers the role of international, multi-national and religious laws in shaping the lives of the millions of families that are affected by the opportunities and challenges created by globalization, and the ongoing resilience of national borders and cultural boundaries. Examining familial life-span stages - establishing spousal relations, raising children and being cared for in old age - Hacker demonstrates the fruitfulness in studying families beyond the borders of national family law, and highlights the relevance of immigration and citizenship law, public and private international law and other branches of law. This book provides a rich empirical description of families in our era. It is relevant not only to legal scholars and practitioners but also to scholars and students within the sociology of the family, globalization studies, border studies, immigration studies and gender studies.

Adoption - Choosing it, Living it, Loving it (Paperback): Raymond Guarendi Adoption - Choosing it, Living it, Loving it (Paperback)
Raymond Guarendi
R287 R232 Discovery Miles 2 320 Save R55 (19%) Within 7 - 11 working days

Ray Guarendi, psychologist, husband and father of ten adopted children, considers the most commonly asked adoption questions with insight, humor and a heart for the adoptive family. His aim? To dispel unsettling misperceptions about adoption, to encourage others to think about and act on adoption, and to guide adoptive parents to a more relaxed, rewarding family life for all involved. A must-have resource for those considering adoption, those who have already adopted and those in the mix as family members or friends of adoptive parents.

Love Understood - The Science of Who, How and Why We Love (Hardcover): Laura Mucha Love Understood - The Science of Who, How and Why We Love (Hardcover)
Laura Mucha
R545 R416 Discovery Miles 4 160 Save R129 (24%) Within 7 - 11 working days

For Love, Factually, almost 200 strangers in over 40 countries have come together to share their most personal stories, feelings, and insights about love. These are incredibly frank, intimate, and illuminating conversations, and author Laura Mucha has used these rare and varied insights as a springboard from which to dive into the subject of love, scrutinizing it from all angles--scientific, psychological, emotional, and philosophical. Romantic love is something that poets and artists have been trying to explain and define for centuries, but it's still one of the most complicated and intimidating terrains to navigate--especially when you're directly involved. Psychologists see it as a basic human drive, yet most people are afraid to be open and honest about it, until now. Each chapter begins with a personal story from someone Laura has spoken with, and then goes on to explore the questions and themes that have arisen from the account, intertwining the opinions of other interviewees with the empirical findings and insights of academics. The interviews allow readers to connect with people of all backgrounds, cultures, and ages. Sometimes they'll empathize, sometimes they'll be challenged and at other times they'll find comfort. Love, Factually combines academic theory with everyday experience, and is for anyone who is curious about how we, as humans, work when it comes to romantic love.

Denied a Mummy - The heartbreaking story of three little children searching for someone to love them. (Paperback): Maggie... Denied a Mummy - The heartbreaking story of three little children searching for someone to love them. (Paperback)
Maggie Hartley 1
R193 R156 Discovery Miles 1 560 Save R37 (19%) Within 7 - 12 working days

When Maggie's latest placement arrives on her doorstep, it is clear that Sean, Dougie and their big sister Mary have been through unspeakable traumas in their short?lives. Violent and malnourished,?the siblings have been left to fend for themselves by their drug-addicted parents. Maggie must use all of her skills and experience as a foster carer to help these damaged siblings to learn to be children again. With much love, care and patience, their behaviour gradually starts to improve and social services start looking for a forever family for them. But alarm bells start to ring when Maggie meets the couple who have been matched to adopt the siblings. It is clear that they're looking for the perfect, ready-made family, and they're not going to get it with these vulnerable brothers and sister. Despite raising her concerns with social services, Maggie is powerless to prevent the adoption from going ahead and she must put aside her own fears to help the siblings settle in with their new parents. But she can't shake the feeling of dread as she waves them goodbye. A few months later, Maggie's worst nightmares come true when she learns that the children have been handed back to the care of social services following the breakdown of the adoption. Maggie must fight to get the children returned to her, but is it too late to undo the damage that has been done?

Hatchet (Hardcover, Library binding): Gary Paulsen Hatchet (Hardcover, Library binding)
Gary Paulsen
R344 R263 Discovery Miles 2 630 Save R81 (24%) Within 7 - 11 working days

This award-winning contemporary classic is the survival story with which all others are compared--and a page-turning, heart-stopping adventure, recipient of the Newbery Honor. Hatchet has also been nominated as one of America's best-loved novels by PBS's The Great American Read. Thirteen-year-old Brian Robeson, haunted by his secret knowledge of his mother's infidelity, is traveling by single-engine plane to visit his father for the first time since the divorce. When the plane crashes, killing the pilot, the sole survivor is Brian. He is alone in the Canadian wilderness with nothing but his clothing, a tattered windbreaker, and the hatchet his mother had given him as a present. At first consumed by despair and self-pity, Brian slowly learns survival skills--how to make a shelter for himself, how to hunt and fish and forage for food, how to make a fire--and even finds the courage to start over from scratch when a tornado ravages his campsite. When Brian is finally rescued after fifty-four days in the wild, he emerges from his ordeal with new patience and maturity, and a greater understanding of himself and his parents.

An Introduction to Autism for Adoptive and Foster Families - How to Understand and Help Your Child (Paperback): Katie Hunt,... An Introduction to Autism for Adoptive and Foster Families - How to Understand and Help Your Child (Paperback)
Katie Hunt, Helen Rodwell
R391 R312 Discovery Miles 3 120 Save R79 (20%) Within 7 - 11 working days

Written for busy foster carers and adoptive parents, this book provides a concise introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and how to support a child with a diagnosis. It emphasises the common strengths children with ASD have, as well as offering strategies for any behavioural issues that are likely to arise, highlighting how these can be exacerbated by the care system and adoption process. The first part of the book looks at the different aspects of autism and the challenges it can pose for children and parents, providing strategies for managing difficulties at home and at school, using social stories, and reducing sensory input in a child's environment. The second part looks at issues that arise for fostered or adopted children, including placement transitions, contact, and explaining the past. It concludes with helping parents to think about self-care.

What Is Parenthood? - Contemporary Debates about the Family (Paperback): Linda C Mcclain, Daniel Cere What Is Parenthood? - Contemporary Debates about the Family (Paperback)
Linda C Mcclain, Daniel Cere
R556 R479 Discovery Miles 4 790 Save R77 (14%) Within 7 - 12 working days

Extraordinary changes in patterns of family life-and family law-have dramatically altered the boundaries of parenthood and opened up numerous questions and debates. What is parenthood and why does it matter? How should society define, regulate, and support it? Is parenthood separable from marriage-or couplehood-when society seeks to foster children's well-being? What is the better model of parenthood from the perspective of child outcomes? Intense disagreements over the definition and future of marriage often rest upon conflicting convictions about parenthood. What Is Parenthood? asks bold and direct questions about parenthood in contemporary society, and it brings together a stellar interdisciplinary group of scholars with widely varying perspectives to investigate them. Editors Linda C. McClain and Daniel Cere facilitate a dynamic conversation between scholars from several disciplines about competing models of parenthood and a sweeping array of topics, including single parenthood, adoption, donor-created families, gay and lesbian parents, transnational parenthood, parent-child attachment, and gender difference and parenthood.

Love and Empire - Cybermarriage and Citizenship across the Americas (Paperback): Felicity Schaeffer Love and Empire - Cybermarriage and Citizenship across the Americas (Paperback)
Felicity Schaeffer
R459 R399 Discovery Miles 3 990 Save R60 (13%) Within 7 - 12 working days

The spread of the Internet is remaking marriage markets, altering the process of courtship and the geographic trajectory of intimacy in the 21st century. For some Latin American women and U.S. men, the advent of the cybermarriage industry offers new opportunities for re-making themselves and their futures, overthrowing the common narrative of trafficking and exploitation. In this engaging, stimulating virtual ethnography, Felicity Amaya Schaeffer follows couples' romantic interludes at "Vacation Romance Tours," in chat rooms, and interviews married couples in the United States in order to understand the commercialization of intimacy. While attending to the interplay between the everyday and the virtual, Love and Empire contextualizes personal desires within the changing global economic and political shifts across the Americas. By examining current immigration policies and the use of Mexican and Colombian women as erotic icons of the nation in the global marketplace, she forges new relations between intimate imaginaries and state policy in the making of new markets, finding that women's erotic self-fashioning is the form through which women become ideal citizens, of both their home countries and in the United States. Through these little-explored, highly mediated romantic exchanges, Love and Empire unveils a fresh perspective on the continually evolving relationship between the U.S. and Latin America.

Love Warrior - A Memoir (Paperback): Glennon Doyle Melton Love Warrior - A Memoir (Paperback)
Glennon Doyle Melton 1
R307 R235 Discovery Miles 2 350 Save R72 (23%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Family Ties and Aging (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Ingrid Arnet Connidis, Amanda E Barnett Family Ties and Aging (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Ingrid Arnet Connidis, Amanda E Barnett
R1,160 Discovery Miles 11 600 Within 7 - 11 working days

Providing an integrated and thorough representation from current research and contemporary society, Family Ties and Agingshows how pressing issues of our time-an aging population, changing family structures, and new patterns of work-family balance-are negotiated in the family lives of middle-aged and older adults. Focusing on key questions such as "How do current trends and social arrangements affect family relationships?" and "What are the implications of what we know for future research, theory, practice, and policy?", authors Ingrid Arnet Connidis and Amanda E. Barnett explore groups and relationships that are typically overlooked, including the unique family situations of older single and childless persons, sibling ties, older lesbian and gay adults, and new forms of intimate relationships. The Third Edition is thoroughly updated to include the latest research and theoretical developments, recent media coverage of related issues, and new information on intimate relationships in later life and elder neglect/abuse.

Frenemies - How Social Media Polarizes America (Hardcover): Jaime E. Settle Frenemies - How Social Media Polarizes America (Hardcover)
Jaime E. Settle
R648 Discovery Miles 6 480 Within 7 - 12 working days

Why do Americans have such animosity for people who identify with the opposing political party? Jaime E. Settle argues that in the context of increasing partisan polarization among American political elites, the way we communicate on Facebook uniquely facilitates psychological polarization among the American public. Frenemies introduces the END Framework of social media interaction. END refers to a subset of content that circulates in a social media ecosystem: a personalized, quantified blend of politically informative 'expression', 'news', and 'discussion' seamlessly interwoven into a wider variety of socially informative content. Scrolling through the News Feed triggers a cascade of processes that result in negative attitudes about those who disagree with us politically. The inherent features of Facebook, paired with the norms of how people use the site, heighten awareness of political identity, bias the inferences people make about others' political views, and foster stereotyped evaluations of the political out-group.

Betrayed - The Heartbreaking True Story of a Struggle to Escape a Cruel Life Defined by Family Honour (Paperback): Rosie Lewis Betrayed - The Heartbreaking True Story of a Struggle to Escape a Cruel Life Defined by Family Honour (Paperback)
Rosie Lewis 1
R189 R134 Discovery Miles 1 340 Save R55 (29%) Within 7 - 12 working days

In the much-anticipated follow-up to Sunday Times bestseller Trapped, foster carer Rosie Lewis tells the heartbreaking true story of 13-year-old Zadie. When the young teenage girl runs away from home and is discovered hiding on the city streets by the police, it is clear that all is not as it should be. Taught to believe that Westerners should not be trusted, when Zadie is initially delivered into the experienced hands of foster carer Rosie she is polite and well-behaved, but understandably suspicious of the family around her. Through Rosie's support and understanding, gradually Zadie begins to settle into her new surroundings, but loyalty to her relatives, and fear of bringing shame on those around her, prevents her from confessing the horrifying truth about her troubled past. When the shocking truth finally emerges, Rosie and her family can hardly believe that Zadie had managed to keep the shocking secrets to herself for so long.

Can I Let You Go? - A Heartbreaking True Story of Love, Loss and Moving on (Paperback): Cathy Glass Can I Let You Go? - A Heartbreaking True Story of Love, Loss and Moving on (Paperback)
Cathy Glass 1
R186 R144 Discovery Miles 1 440 Save R42 (23%) Within 7 - 11 working days

Can I Let You Go? is the true story of Faye, a wonderful young woman who may never be able to parent her unborn child. Faye is 24, pregnant, and has learning difficulties as a result of her mother's alcoholism. Faye is gentle, childlike and vulnerable, and normally lives with her grandparents, both of whom have mobility problems. Cathy and her children welcome Faye into their home and hearts. The care plan is for Faye to stay with Cathy until after the birth when she will return home and the baby will go for adoption. Given that Faye never goes out alone it is something of a mystery how she ever became pregnant and Faye says it's a secret. To begin with Faye won't acknowledge she is pregnant or talk about the changes in her body as she worries it will upset her grandparents, but after her social worker assures her she can talk to Cathy she opens up. However, this leads to Faye realizing just how much she will lose and she changes her mind and says she wants to keep her baby. Is it possible Faye could learn enough to parent her child? Cathy believes it is, and Faye's social worker is obliged to give Faye the chance.

Sold To Be A Wife - Only a determined foster carer can stop a terrified girl from becoming a child bride (Paperback): Maggie... Sold To Be A Wife - Only a determined foster carer can stop a terrified girl from becoming a child bride (Paperback)
Maggie Hartley 1
R189 R152 Discovery Miles 1 520 Save R37 (20%) Within 7 - 12 working days

The powerfully moving new novel from Sunday Times bestselling author, Maggie Hartley. Fourteen-year-old Shazia has been taken into care after a conversation at school leads her teacher to suspect that the teenager's family are planning to send her to Pakistan for an arranged marriage. To her family's fury, Shazia is sent to live with foster carer Maggie Hartley whilst social services investigate. But with Shazia denying everything and social services unable to find any evidence to support the teacher's fears, Shazia is allowed to return home. But a few weeks later, Maggie is woken up in the middle of the night by a phone call from a terrified Shazia, who has managed to escape the family home through a window. Sobbing, she confesses to Maggie that her parents are planning to send her to Pakistan to be married in a few days, and have threatened to kill her if she speaks out again. Returned to Maggie's care, Shazia is petrified that her parents will track her down and kill her, and Maggie must be on constant alert. But the worst is yet to come when it emerges that Shazia is the victim of FGM. Can Maggie help this damaged and traumatised young girl understand what has happened to her and to find a way to heal? In this new book, Maggie Hartley taps into the highly topical issues of FGM and arranged marriage, and presents a sensitive and unique insight into the effect these practices have on their young victims.

Fostering Now 2016 - Law, Regulations, Guidance and Standards (Paperback): Fergus Smith Fostering Now 2016 - Law, Regulations, Guidance and Standards (Paperback)
Fergus Smith
R260 R218 Discovery Miles 2 180 Save R42 (16%) Within 7 - 12 working days
More Than Two - A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory (Paperback): Franklin Veaux, Eve Rickert More Than Two - A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory (Paperback)
Franklin Veaux, Eve Rickert; Foreword by Janet Hardy; Illustrated by Tatiana Gill
R470 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R112 (24%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Made for This - The Catholic Mom's Guide to Birth (Paperback): Mary Haseltine Made for This - The Catholic Mom's Guide to Birth (Paperback)
Mary Haseltine
R335 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R60 (18%) Within 7 - 11 working days
Gripes (Paperback): Jean-Claude Kaufmann Gripes (Paperback)
Jean-Claude Kaufmann; Translated by Helen Morrison
R439 R357 Discovery Miles 3 570 Save R82 (19%) Within 7 - 13 working days

We all know what it's like to be annoyed by little things that our husband, wife or partner does - leaving the cap off the toothpaste tube, leaving the toilet lid up, leaving dirty clothes on the floor - and we know how easily these little grievances of everyday life can spin out of control. In this brilliant new book the sociologist Jean-Claude Kaufmann shows us how and why sparks can suddenly fly even in the most well-adjusted couples.

They see themselves as being in total harmony but they are mistaken The clash between their uniquely individual attitudes to life rumbles on in silence until suddenly erupting in emotional outbursts each time an object or an attitude reveals for the thousandth time the unbearable and incomprehensible otherness of the partner.

When this occurs, a whole panoply of tactics is deployed, ranging from the combative (secret acts of revenge) through the neutral (sulking) to the subtly loving. But these stormy episodes within relationships can have a happy ending, for it is through learning to overcome these irritations and aggravations that love is ultimately strengthened.

Sex and the Civil War - Soldiers, Pornography, and the Making of American Morality (Paperback): Judith Giesberg Sex and the Civil War - Soldiers, Pornography, and the Making of American Morality (Paperback)
Judith Giesberg
R459 Discovery Miles 4 590 Within 7 - 11 working days

Civil War soldiers enjoyed unprecedented access to obscene materials of all sorts, including mass-produced erotic fiction, cartes de visite, playing cards, and stereographs. A perfect storm of antebellum legal, technological, and commercial developments, coupled with the concentration of men fed into armies, created a demand for, and a deluge of, pornography in the military camps. Illicit materials entered in haversacks, through the mail, or from sutlers; soldiers found pornography discarded on the ground, and civilians discovered it in abandoned camps. Though few examples survived the war, these materials raised sharp concerns among reformers and lawmakers, who launched campaigns to combat it. By the war's end, a victorious, resurgent American nation-state sought to assert its moral authority by redefining human relations of the most intimate sort, including the regulation of sex and reproduction-most evident in the Comstock laws, a federal law and a series of state measures outlawing pornography, contraception, and abortion. With this book, Judith Giesberg has written the first serious study of the erotica and pornography that nineteenth-century American soldiers read and shared and links them to the postwar reaction to pornography and to debates about the future of sex and marriage.

Breeding Between The Lines - Why Interracial People are Healthier and More Attractive (Paperback, 2nd ed.): Alon Ziv Breeding Between The Lines - Why Interracial People are Healthier and More Attractive (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Alon Ziv
R320 R246 Discovery Miles 2 460 Save R74 (23%) Within 7 - 12 working days

This book combines sex, race, health and genetics in a daring new theory. Written with accessible, direct prose, anecdotes, analogies, and examples from human and animal studies, it is sure to spark debate in a massive way.

Make Room for TV - Television and the Family Ideal in Postwar America (Paperback, 2nd ed.): Lynn Spigel Make Room for TV - Television and the Family Ideal in Postwar America (Paperback, 2nd ed.)
Lynn Spigel
R549 R515 Discovery Miles 5 150 Save R34 (6%) Within 7 - 12 working days

Between 1948 and 1955, nearly two-thirds of all American families bought a television set--and a revolution in social life and popular culture was launched. In this fascinating book, Lynn Spigel chronicles the enormous impact of television in the formative years of the new medium: how, over the course of a single decade, television became an intimate part of everyday life. What did Americans expect from it? What effects did the new daily ritual of watching television have on children? Was television welcomed as an unprecedented "window on the world, " or as a "one-eyed monster" that would disrupt households and corrupt children? Drawing on an ambitious array of unconventional sources, from sitcom scripts to articles and advertisements in women's magazines, Spigel offers the fullest available account of the popular response to television in the postwar years. She chronicles the role of television as a focus for evolving debates on issues ranging from the ideal of the perfect family and changes in women's role within the household to new uses of domestic space. The arrival of television did more than turn the living room into a private theater: it offered a national stage on which to play out and resolve conflicts about the way Americans should live. Spigel chronicles this lively and contentious debate as it took place in the popular media. Of particular interest is her treatment of the way in which the phenomenon of television itself was constantly deliberated--from how programs should be watched to where the set was placed to whether Mom, Dad, or kids should control the dial. "Make Room for TV" combines a powerful analysis of the growth of electronic culture with a nuancedsocial history of family life in postwar America, offering a provocative glimpse of the way television became the mirror of so many of America's hopes and fears and dreams.

John Millar and the Scottish Enlightenment - Family Life and World History (Paperback): Nicholas B. Miller John Millar and the Scottish Enlightenment - Family Life and World History (Paperback)
Nicholas B. Miller
R1,646 Discovery Miles 16 460 Within 7 - 12 working days

During the long eighteenth century the moral and socio-political dimensions of family life and gender were hotly debated by intellectuals across Europe. John Millar, a Scottish law professor and philosopher, was a pioneer in making gendered and familial practice a critical parameter of cultural difference. His work was widely disseminated at home and abroad, translated into French and German and closely read by philosophers such as Denis Diderot and Johann Gottfried Herder. Taking Millar's writings as his basis, Nicholas B. Miller explores the role of the family in Scottish Enlightenment political thought and traces its wider resonances across the Enlightenment world. John Millar's organisation of cultural, gendered and social difference into a progressive narrative of authority relations provided the first extended world history of the family. Over five chapters that address the historical and comparative models developed by the thinker, Nicholas B. Miller examines contemporary responses and Enlightenment-era debates on polygamy, matriarchy, the Amazon legend, changes in national character and the possible futures of the family in commercial society. He traces how Enlightenment thinkers developed new standards of evidence and crafted new understandings of historical time in order to tackle the global diversity of family life and gender practice. By reconstituting these theories and discussions, Nicholas B. Miller uncovers hitherto unexplored aspects of the Scottish contribution to European debates on the role of the family in history, society and politics.

Kinky Couture (Paperback): Deborah Gray Kinky Couture (Paperback)
Deborah Gray
R239 R196 Discovery Miles 1 960 Save R43 (18%) Within 7 - 11 working days

A guide to the current sexual revolution - a new kind of revolution in which modern women are not only participating in ever increasing numbers, but many of them are leading the way into a sexy new millennium of feminine-friendly erotica. Kinky Couture will guide you through this revolution - including the latest sex toys, saucy recipes and interviews with erotic divas - on a totally sensual journey into the fresh modern face of sex, woven together with a dash of erotic magic and wickedly kinky style!

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