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101 Water Wise Ways (Paperback): Helen Moffett 101 Water Wise Ways (Paperback)
Helen Moffett 1
R130 R112 Discovery Miles 1 120 Save R18 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

An essential guide for those dealing with the Cape Water Crisis and for general water saving in South and southern Africa, a notoriously water-scarce region.

Three provinces in South Africa have been declared national disaster zones because of drought. The way we think about water needs to change, and fast. This is especially true for those of us who have running water and flush sanitation piped into our homes. For millions of South Africans, water is already a precious resource that costs toil to collect and fuel to heat. Our middle-class expectations that water will gush steaming from our dozens of indoor taps 24/7 are going to look as bizarre to future generations as the spectacle of Cleopatra bathing in asses’ milk. Our Roman-orgy relationship with water is over.

This book will hopefully help to alleviate water panic and distress. A “can-do” compendium, it’s meant to be a guide, not prescriptive – not all solutions or tips are one-size-fits-all. Think of it as an ally in your fight to save water and part of your survival kit, along with the first-aid box; Valium for water-worriers.

The Lockdown Collection (Paperback): Melinda Ferguson The Lockdown Collection (Paperback)
Melinda Ferguson
R280 R241 Discovery Miles 2 410 Save R39 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Sentenced to Lockdown, regarded as "non-essential", 40 South African writers get together in a virtual Corona Collective, to pen The Lockdown Collection, trying to make sense of a world, held hostage by a virus.

Powerfully visceral, this gem includes a list of South Africa's most celebrated writers, brilliantly capturing the emotional, the spiritual and even the humorous effects of a global pandemic.

This historical gem includes: Sisonke Msimang, Lebo Mashile, Fred Khumalo and Marianne Thamm.

Race Otherwise - Forging A New Humanism For South Africa (Paperback): Zimitri Erasmus Race Otherwise - Forging A New Humanism For South Africa (Paperback)
Zimitri Erasmus 2
R385 R331 Discovery Miles 3 310 Save R54 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

How is ‘race’ determined? Is it your DNA? The community that you were raised in? The way others see you or the way you see yourself? In Race Otherwise: Forging A New Humanism For South Africa, Zimitri Erasmus questions the notion that one can know ‘race’ with one’s eyes, or through racial categories and or genetic ancestry tests. She moves between the intimate probing of racial identities as we experience them individually, and analysis of the global historical forces that have created these identities and woven them into our thinking about what it means to be ‘human’.

Starting from her own family’s journeys through regions of the world and ascribed racial identities, she develops her argument about how it is possible to recognise the pervasiveness of race thinking without submitting to its power. Drawing on the theoretical work of Frantz Fanon, Sylvia Wynter and others, Erasmus argues for a new way of ‘coming to know otherwise’, of seeing the boundaries between racial identities as thresholds to be crossed, through politically charged acts of imagination and love.

The Seed Is Mine - The Life Of Kas Maine, A South African Sharecropper (Paperback, Revised Edition): Charles Van Onselen The Seed Is Mine - The Life Of Kas Maine, A South African Sharecropper (Paperback, Revised Edition)
Charles Van Onselen
R350 R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Save R70 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

First published to international acclaim in 1996, The Seed Is Mine is a bold and innovative social history concerning the disenfranchised blacks who did so much to shape the destiny of South Africa.

After years of interviews with Kas Maine and his neighbours, employers, friends, and family – a rare triumph of collaborative courage and dedication – Charles van Onselen has recreated the entire life of a man who struggled to maintain his family in a world dedicated to enriching whites and impoverishing blacks, while South Africa was tearing them apart.

The Anthropocene Reviewed - Essays On A Human-Centred Planet (Paperback): John Green The Anthropocene Reviewed - Essays On A Human-Centred Planet (Paperback)
John Green
R350 R260 Discovery Miles 2 600 Save R90 (26%) In stock

Mind-expanding essays on modern life and the human experience in the first non-fiction work by #1 internationally bestselling author John Green - one of the world's most beloved novelists - and based on Green's hugely popular podcast, THE ANTHROPOCENE REVIEWED, which has 10M lifetime downloads across the series and approx. 500K downloads per month

The Anthropocene is the current geological age, in which human activity has profoundly shaped the planet and its biodiversity. In this remarkable symphony of essays adapted and expanded from his ground-breaking, critically acclaimed podcast, John Green reviews different facets of the human-centered planet - from the QWERTY keyboard and Halley's Comet to Penguins of Madagascar - on a five-star scale.

Complex and rich with detail, the Anthropocene's reviews have been praised as 'observations that double as exercises in memoiristic empathy', with over 10 million lifetime downloads. John Green's gift for storytelling shines throughout this artfully curated collection about the shared human experience; it includes beloved essays along with six all-new pieces exclusive to the book.

Being At Home - Race, Institutional Culture And Transformation At South African Higher Education Institutions (Paperback):... Being At Home - Race, Institutional Culture And Transformation At South African Higher Education Institutions (Paperback)
Pedro Tabensky, Sally Matthews 3
R210 R181 Discovery Miles 1 810 Save R29 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Being At Home stimulates careful conversation about some of the most pressing issues facing higher education institutions in South Africa today - race, transformation and institutional culture.

While there are many reasons to be despondent about the current state of affairs in the South African tertiary sector, this collection is intended as an invitation for the reader to see these problems as opportunities for rethinking the very idea of what it is to be a university in contemporary South Africa. It is also, more generally, an invitation for us to think about what it is that the intellectual project should ultimately be about, and to question certain prevalent trends that affect - or, perhaps, infect - the current global academic system.

This book will be of interest to all those who are concerned about the state of the contemporary university, both in South Africa and beyond.

Fundamentals Of Social Research Methods - An African Perspective (Paperback, 5th ed): C. Bless, C. Higson-Smith, L. Sithole Fundamentals Of Social Research Methods - An African Perspective (Paperback, 5th ed)
C. Bless, C. Higson-Smith, L. Sithole
R692 R589 Discovery Miles 5 890 Save R103 (15%) In stock

Healthy societies can only be built on a realistic understanding of people and their world. The call for African solutions to the continent's problems demands an innovative pool of knowledgeable and skilled social researchers. Fundamentals of social research methods: An African perspective draws examples from a broad spectrum of fields including agriculture, public health, social welfare, community development and regional planning. The material is compatible with social science methods courses in sociology, economics, political science, psychology and education.

From Ivory Towers To Ebony Towers - Transforming Humanities Curricula In South Africa, Africa And African-American Studies... From Ivory Towers To Ebony Towers - Transforming Humanities Curricula In South Africa, Africa And African-American Studies (Paperback)
Oluwaseun Tella, Shireen Motala
R350 R301 Discovery Miles 3 010 Save R49 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Despite two-and-a-half decades of black majority rule after 1994, much of South African higher education in the area of humanities continues to embrace European models and paradigms. This is despite concepts such as Africanisation, indigenisation and decolonisation of the curriculum having become buzzwords, especially after the #MustFall campaigns, student-led protests from 2015.

This book argues that, beyond the use of internally constructed strategies to foster curriculum transformation in South Africa, it is important to draw lessons from the curriculum transformation efforts of other African countries and African-American studies in the United States (US).

The end of colonialism in Africa from the 1950s marked the most important era in curriculum transformation efforts in African higher education, evident in the rise of leading decolonial schools: the Ibadan School of History, the Dar es Salaam School of Political Economy and the Dakar School of Culture. These centres used rigorous research methods such as nationalist historiography and oral sources to challenge Eurocentric epistemologies. African-American studies emerged in the US from the 1920s to debunk notions of white superiority and challenge racist ideas and structures in international relations. The two important schools of this scholarship were the Atlanta School of Sociology and the Howard School of International Affairs.

Living together, living apart? - Social cohesion in a future South Africa (Paperback): Christopher Ballantine, Michael Chapman,... Living together, living apart? - Social cohesion in a future South Africa (Paperback)
Christopher Ballantine, Michael Chapman, Kira Erwin, Gerhard Mare
R320 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R45 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

These `interventions' are spurred by what in South Africa today is a buzz-phrase: social cohesion. The term, or concept, is bandied about with little reflection by leaders or spokespeople in politics, business, labour, education, sport, entertainment and the media. Yet, who would not wish to live in a socially cohesive society? How, then, do we apply the ideal in the daily round when diversity of language, religion, culture, race and the economy too often supersedes our commitment to a common citizenry? How do we live together rather than live apart? Such questions provoke the purpose of these interventions. The interventions - essays, which are short, incisive, at times provocative - tackle issues that are pertinent to both living together and living apart: equality/inequality, public pronouncement, xenophobia, safety, chieftaincy in modernity, gender-based abuse, healing, the law, education, identity, sport, new `national' projects, the role of the arts, South Africa in the world. In focusing on such issues, the essays point towards the making of a future, in which a critical citizenry is key to a healthy society. Contributors include leading academics and public figures in South Africa today: Christopher Ballantine, Ahmed Bawa, Michael Chapman, Jacob Dlamini, Jackie Dugard, Kira Erwin, Nicole Fritz, Michael Gardiner, Gerhard Mare, Monique Marks, Rajend Mesthrie, Bonita Meyersfeld, Leigh-Ann Naidoo, Njabulo S. Ndebele, Kathryn Pillay, Faye Reagon, Brenda Schmahmann, Himla Soodyall, David Spurrett and Thuto Thipe.

Sociology - A Concise South African Introduction (Paperback, 2nd edition): Johan Zaaiman, Paul Stewart Sociology - A Concise South African Introduction (Paperback, 2nd edition)
Johan Zaaiman, Paul Stewart
R250 Discovery Miles 2 500 In stock

Sociology has been developed for the South African sociology student. It combines recent, contemporary and relevant theory, debates, data and topics with illustrative case studies and practices.

This combination serves to make learning relevant and engaging for the South African students.

Land, Memory, Reconstruction and Justice - Perspectives on Land Claims in South Africa (Paperback): Anna Bohlin, Ruth Hall,... Land, Memory, Reconstruction and Justice - Perspectives on Land Claims in South Africa (Paperback)
Anna Bohlin, Ruth Hall, Thembela Kepe, Cherryl Walker
R120 R103 Discovery Miles 1 030 Save R17 (14%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Land is a significant and controversial topic in South Africa. Addressing the land claims of those dispossessed in the past has proved to be a demanding, multidimensional process. In many respects the land restitution programme that was launched as part of the county's transition to democracy in 1994 has failed to meet expectations, with ordinary citizens, policymakers, and analysts questioning not only its progress but also its outcomes and parameters. Land, memory, reconstruction, and justice brings together a wealth of topical material and case studies by leading experts in the field who present a rich mix of perspectives from politics, sociology, geography, social anthropology, law, history and agricultural economics. The collection addresses both the material and the symbolic dimensions of land claims, in rural and urban contexts, and explores the complex intersection of issues confronting the restitution programme, from the promotion of livelihoods to questions of rights, identity and transitional justice. This valuable contribution is undoubtedly the most comprehensive treatment to date of South Africa's post-apartheid land claims process and will be essential reading for scholars and students of land reform for years to come.

Global Sociology (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Robin Cohen, Paul Kennedy Global Sociology (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Robin Cohen, Paul Kennedy
R920 Discovery Miles 9 200 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"This new edition is an outstanding update of what I believe to be the best textbook for introducing undergraduates to global sociology. With a rich array of new examples, clear definitions of concepts and crisp theoretical summaries, it offers students a vision for participating as engaged citizens in a diverse, interdependent and sustainable world."- Paul Lubeck, University of California, Santa Cruz "Just think for a moment of the 'global events' that are changing the world: 9/11, the financial crisis, climate change, Fukushima, the Arab Spring. They all came by total surprise, which means they are beyond our normal sociological categories and global in their scope and implications. That's the reason why students and professors of sociology more than ever need the information in and inspiration from Global Sociology." -Ulrich Beck, University of Munich The first, pioneering editions of Global Sociology put global issues at the heart of sociological discussion. Much has changed in the world since then; recessions, revolutions, social media, and new migration networks have developed as causes and symptoms of an increasingly global society. This new edition is fully updated to explore just how these global issues can help us to understand sociology in our world today. Making clear connections between everyday experiences and global processes at each step, the third edition carefully guides readers through essential and cutting-edge topics in the discipline, from family and feminism to environment and economy. Features such as biography boxes on key thinkers in the field, a thorough glossary, and review questions introduce and reinforce the book's core ideas. With clear writing and infectious enthusiasm for its topic, Global Sociology remains the authority on global issues in sociology for students at a variety of skill levels.

Wildland - The Making of America's Fury (Hardcover): Evan Osnos Wildland - The Making of America's Fury (Hardcover)
Evan Osnos
R652 R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Save R102 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
How to be a Sociologist: An Introduction to A Level Sociology (Paperback): Sarah Cant, Jennifer Hardes How to be a Sociologist: An Introduction to A Level Sociology (Paperback)
Sarah Cant, Jennifer Hardes
R397 Discovery Miles 3 970 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Learn how to think like a sociologist with this short, up-to-date and accessible introduction to studying A Level Sociology or starting sociology at university. Find out how sociology works and what it can do, as well as where it can take you. Get a headstart on your A-Level Sociology topics and understand how to be an excellent sociologist. Packed with inspiring and current examples, this fascinating and practical guide introduces the capacity and challenge, insights and parameters of sociology through key ideas and readings that relate to the current A-Level Sociology specifications, foundation access courses and the world around us. Hugely readable it will appeal to anyone interested in learning more about sociology. By becoming a sociologist, you will learn to be careful, considered, and creative, analytical, and rigorous, and reflexive and ethical. These dispositions will prepare you for life, education, and work. Introduction: Why be a sociologist? Chapter 1: Be Imaginative: Making connections between the personal and the public Chapter 2: Be Conceptual: Putting on sociological glasses Chapter 3: Be Rigorous: Exploring the sociological toolkit Chapter 4: Be Knowledgeable: Asking questions and finding answers Chapter 5: Be Reflexive: Turning the sociological imagination onto sociology itself Chapter 6: Be Transformative: Bringing about change in yourself and others An Ending: A sociology of hope and reasons to be optimistic

American Made - What Happens to People When Work Disappears (Hardcover): Farah Stockman American Made - What Happens to People When Work Disappears (Hardcover)
Farah Stockman
R605 R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Save R93 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Perspectives on Our Age - Jacques Ellul Speaks on His Life and Work (Paperback, Revised edition): Jacques Ellul Perspectives on Our Age - Jacques Ellul Speaks on His Life and Work (Paperback, Revised edition)
Jacques Ellul; Edited by William H Vanderburg
R426 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R68 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Originally broadcast on CBC Radio's Ideas as a series of interviews, Ellul's first-person approach here makes his ideas accessible to readers looking for new ways of understanding our society. Perspectives on Our Age also gives unique new insight into Ellul's life, his work, and the origins and development of his beliefs and theories.

Everything Harder Than Everyone Else - Why Some of Us Push Our Bodies to Extremes (Hardcover): Jenny Valentish Everything Harder Than Everyone Else - Why Some of Us Push Our Bodies to Extremes (Hardcover)
Jenny Valentish
R467 Discovery Miles 4 670 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

There is a part of human nature compelled to test our own limits. But what happens when this part comes to define us? When journalist Jenny Valentish wrote Woman of Substances, a book about addiction, she noticed that people who treated drug-taking like an Olympic sport would often hurl themselves into a pursuit like marathon running upon giving up. What stayed constant was the need to push their boundaries. Everything Harder Than Everyone Else follows people doing the things that most couldn't, wouldn't or shouldn't. By delving into their extreme behaviour, there's a lot that us mere mortals can learn about the human condition. There's the neuroscientist violating his brain to override his disgust response. The athlete using childhood adversity as grist for the mill. The wrestler turning restlessness into curated ultraviolence. The architect hanging from hooks in her flesh, to better get out of her head. The performance artist seeking erasure by torturing his body. The BDSM dom helping people flirt with death to feel more alive. The bare-knuckle boxer whose gnarliest opponent is her ego. The dancer who could not separate her identity from her practice until at death's door. The bodybuilder exacting order on a life that was once chaotic. And the porn star-turned-fighter for whom sex and violence are two sides of the same coin. Their insights lead Jenny on a compulsive, sometimes reckless journey of immersion journalism. -- .

Migrants, Thinkers, Storytellers - Negotiating Meaning And Making Life In Bloemfontein, South Africa (Paperback): Jonatan... Migrants, Thinkers, Storytellers - Negotiating Meaning And Making Life In Bloemfontein, South Africa (Paperback)
Jonatan Kurzwelly, Luis Escobedo
R360 R309 Discovery Miles 3 090 Save R51 (14%) In stock

Migrants, Thinkers, Storytellers develops an argument about how individual migrants, coming from four continents and diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, are in many ways affected by a violent categorisation that is often nihilistic, insistently racial, and continuously significant in the organization of society. The book also examines how relative privilege and storytelling act as instruments for these migrants to negotiate meanings and make their lives in this particular context.

This edited collection is based on a collaboration of humanities and social science scholars with individual immigrants, who engaged in narrative life-story research as their guiding methodology and applied various disciplinary analytical lenses.

Migrants, Thinkers, Storytellers provides a collection of diverse life stories and migratory experiences, and contributes diverse theoretical insights into the understanding of social identification during migration.

Running the Family Firm - How the Monarchy Manages its Image and Our Money (Paperback): Laura Clancy Running the Family Firm - How the Monarchy Manages its Image and Our Money (Paperback)
Laura Clancy
R413 Discovery Miles 4 130 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In recent decades, the global wealth of the rich has soared to leave huge chasms of wealth inequality. This book argues that we cannot talk about inequalities in Britain today without talking about the monarchy. Running the Family Firm explores the postwar British monarchy in order to understand its economic, political, social and cultural functions. Although the monarchy is usually positioned as a backward-looking, archaic institution and an irrelevant anachronism to corporate forms of wealth and power, the relationship between monarchy and capitalism is as old as capitalism itself. This book frames the monarchy as the gold standard corporation: The Firm. Using a set of case studies - the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince Harry, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle - it contends that The Firm's power is disguised through careful stage management of media representations of the royal family. In so doing, it extends conventional understandings of what monarchy is and why it matters. -- .

How Novelty and Narratives Drive the Stock Market - Black Swans, Animal Spirits and Scapegoats (Hardcover): Nicholas Mangee How Novelty and Narratives Drive the Stock Market - Black Swans, Animal Spirits and Scapegoats (Hardcover)
Nicholas Mangee
R867 R819 Discovery Miles 8 190 Save R48 (6%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

'Animal spirits' is a term that describes the instincts and emotions driving human behaviour in economic settings. In recent years, this concept has been discussed in relation to the emerging field of narrative economics. When unscheduled events hit the stock market, from corporate scandals and technological breakthroughs to recessions and pandemics, relationships driving returns change in unforeseeable ways. To deal with uncertainty, investors engage in narratives which simplify the complexity of real-time, non-routine change. This book assesses the novelty-narrative hypothesis for the U.S. stock market by conducting a comprehensive investigation of unscheduled events using big data textual analysis of financial news. This important contribution to the field of narrative economics finds that major macro events and associated narratives spill over into the churning stream of corporate novelty and sub-narratives, spawning different forms of unforeseeable stock market instability.

A Research Agenda for Animal Geographies (Hardcover): Alice Hovorka, Sandra McCubbin, Lauren Van Patter A Research Agenda for Animal Geographies (Hardcover)
Alice Hovorka, Sandra McCubbin, Lauren Van Patter
R2,486 Discovery Miles 24 860 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Elgar Research Agendas outline the future of research in a given area. Leading scholars are given the space to explore their subject in provocative ways, and map out the potential directions of travel. They are relevant but also visionary. Exploring the innovative and thriving field of animal geographies, this Research Agenda analyses how humans think about, place, and engage with animals. Chapters explore how animals shape human identities and social dynamics, as well as how broader processes influence the circumstances and experiences of animals. This Research Agenda presents recent forays into theories of power, methodological innovations unearthing animal lifeworlds, and commitments to praxis. It demonstrates opportunities for animal geographies to engage creatively with diverse movements, including industrial farm workers' rights, intersectional feminism, the environmental movement, racial equality, and decolonization. Critical and timely, contributions from top and emerging scholars suggest that it is time to bring the animals outwards into broader geographical dialogue to address pressing contemporary issues such as climate change. An important read for animal and human geographers, this will be a foundational text for emerging scholars interested in critical perspectives on human-environment relations and societal dynamics. Its grounding in historical evaluation, discussion of scholarly innovation in the field and the opportunities to reflect on the topic in a time of socio-ecological crisis will also be helpful for more established scholars.

The Sweet Spot - The Pleasures of Suffering and the Search for Meaning (Hardcover): Paul Bloom The Sweet Spot - The Pleasures of Suffering and the Search for Meaning (Hardcover)
Paul Bloom
R603 R510 Discovery Miles 5 100 Save R93 (15%) Pre-order
Incwadi yezinkukhu yaseAfrica eseningizimu (Paperback): Ed Wethli Incwadi yezinkukhu yaseAfrica eseningizimu (Paperback)
Ed Wethli
R106 R94 Discovery Miles 940 Save R12 (11%) Ships in 4 - 8 working days
Society, Health And Disease In South Africa (Paperback): Leah Gilbert, Liz Walker, Silvie Cooper, Kezia Lewins, Rajohane... Society, Health And Disease In South Africa (Paperback)
Leah Gilbert, Liz Walker, Silvie Cooper, Kezia Lewins, Rajohane Matshedisho, …
R520 R441 Discovery Miles 4 410 Save R79 (15%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The onset of the quadruple burden of disease in South Africa, the challenges faced by the medical establishment to curtail the rapid growth of multiple epidemics, the inadequate response by the state to various inequities in the health system, and the public debates associated with it, have all combined to draw attention to the sociological aspects of health and disease. Sociology as a resource of knowledge and a unique analytical and conceptual perspective can be used to understand, explain and positively influence the course of health and disease in South African society and our responses to it. As a health practitioner or scholar you must be equipped with the skills to critically evaluate research and debates in your profession, be able to adapt to changes and contribute to the development of knowledge and best practice. This reader will familiarise you with relevant content and assist you to develop the analytical capacity and conceptual skills you will need. Society, Health and Disease in South Africa is authored by experienced educators and researchers in the fields of sociology, social work, anthropology, healthcare policy and practice.

Advanced Introduction to Mobilities (Paperback): Mimi Sheller Advanced Introduction to Mobilities (Paperback)
Mimi Sheller
R469 Discovery Miles 4 690 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Elgar Advanced Introductions are stimulating and thoughtful introductions to major fields in the social sciences, business and law, expertly written by the world's leading scholars. Designed to be accessible yet rigorous, they offer concise and lucid surveys of the substantive and policy issues associated with discrete subject areas. Leading mobilities theorist Mimi Sheller offers an up-to-date, comprehensive analysis of the complex mobility disruptions of the Covid-19 pandemic and its aftermath in this timely Advanced Introduction. It outlines the formation of the interdisciplinary field of mobility studies, arguing that mobilities theory is crucial to planning post-pandemic recovery, sustainable communities, and low-carbon transitions. From tourism to migration to urban infrastructure, to informal and reproductive mobilities, Sheller reveals how multiple im/mobilities are interconnected, as the novel coronavirus reminds us as it hitchhikes across the globe through its human hosts. Key features: Centres mobility justice as a key topic throughout, revealing the vast inequities in im/mobilities, structured by gender, race and nationality Challenges existing approaches to social science, calling for the extension of critical mobility studies to address complex contemporary challenges Offers up-to-date analysis of key policy programs such as the Green New Deal, and a comparative analysis of differing visions of alternative mobilities futures. This innovative Advanced Introduction will be a beneficial read for students and scholars of mobilities research, tourism studies, migration studies, human geography, urban studies and sustainability.

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