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Emotion Discourse

Teun A. van Dijk

October 2013
Adams, C., Green, J., Gilchrist, A., & Cox, A. (2002). Conversational behavior of children with Asperger syndrome and conduct disorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 43(5), 679-690. [[[discourse analysis] [conversation] [children with Asperger's syndrome vs children with severe conduct disorder] [emotional content]]]
Adams-Price, C., Codling, J., Goodman, M., Kern, K., Kleinmann, C. M., Oppenheimer, B., Ray, R., Roberts, P., & Smith, P. (2006). Empathic resonance and Meryl Streep. Journal of Popular Film and Television, 34(3), 98-106. [[[emotional creativity; empathic resonance; film criticism; meryl streep; sophie's choice; television; creativity; discourse; film, radio, television]]]
Affolter, F. (2004). On the absence of a 'Socio-emotional Enablement' discourse component in international socioeconomic development thought. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 18 (4), 424-436. [[[socio-emotional well-being] [international socio-economic development] [United Nations] [World Bank] [International Monetary Fund]]]
Andits, P. (2010). The Politics of Hope and Disappointment: Ambivalence in the Post-1989 Homeland-Related Discourses among Hungarians in Australia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(6), 989-1008. [[[emotions; diaspora-politics; australian-hungarian diaspora; democratic transformation; hungary; emotions; immigration; demography; ethnic studies]]]

Argenti-Pillen, A. (2000). The discourse on trauma in non-Western cultural contexts: Contributions of an ethnographic method. In: A. Y. Shalev, R. Yehuda, & A. C. McFarlane (Eds.), International handbook of human response to trauma. (pp. 87-102). Dordrecht,Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [discourse on trauma in non-Western cultural contexts & role of culture in PTSD ][Culture (Anthropological)][Emotional Trauma][Posttraumatic Stress Disorder][Sociocultural Factors][Verbal Communic

Arutyunova, N. D. (1985). Ob ob"ekte obshchey otsenki. (On the Object of Common Evaluation). Voprosy yazykoznaniya, 34(3), 13-24. [[[Semantics] [Discourse Analysis] [Emotion]]]
Audet, R. H., Hickman, P., & Dobrynina, G. (1996). Learning logs: A classroom practice for enhancing scientific sense making. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 33(2), 205-222. [[[computer assisted instruction][discourse analysis][science education][written communication][adolescence][adulthood][cognitive style][emotional content][high school students][high school teachers][physics]]]
Augoustinos, M., Hastie, B., & Wright, M. (2011). Apologizing for historical injustice: Emotion, truth and identity in political discourse. Discourse & Society, 22(5), 507-531. [[[apologies; discourse analysis; emotion; political discourse; reconciliation; stolen generations; collective guilt; responsibility; speech; life; communication; psychology; sociology]]]
Auracher, J., Albers, S., Zhai, Y. H., Gareeva, G., & Stavniychuk, T. (2011). P Is for Happiness, N Is for Sadness: Universals in Sound Iconicity to Detect Emotions in Poetry. Discourse Processes, 48(1), 1-25. [[[symbolism; phonemes; psychology]]]
Barton, M. (1998). Journalistic gore: Disaster reporting and emotional discourse in the New York Times, 1852-1956. In: Stearns, Peter N., & Lewis, Jan (Eds.), An emotional history of the United States. (pp. 155-172). New York, NY, USA: New York University Press. [[[disaster reporting & emotional discourse in the New York Times, 1852-1956] [Disasters; Emotions; Newspapers; Discourse Analysis]]

Beale, W. H. (1978). Rhetorical Performative Discourse: A New Theory of Epideictic. Philosophy and Rhetoric, 11(4), 221-246. [[[literary genres] [performative utterance] [rhetoric] [theoretical linguistics] [discourse analysis] [emotion] ]]

Beaugrande, R. (1992). Topicality and Emotion in the Economy and Agenda of Discourse. Linguistics, 30, 1(317), 243-265. [[[Topics] [Emotions] [Discourse Analysis]]]
Beeman, W. O. (1988). Affectivity in Persian Language Use. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 12(1), 9-30. [[[Emotion] [Indo Iranian Languages] [Discourse Analysis] [Sociolinguistics]]]
Benjamin, O. (1998). Therapeutic Discourse, Power and Change: Emotion and Negotiation in Marital Conversations. Sociology-the Journal of the British Sociological Association, 32(4), 771-793.
Berman, L. (1999). Dignity in tragedy: How Javanese women speak of emotion. In: Palmer, Gary B., & Occhi, Debra J. (Eds.), Languages of sentiment: Cultural constructions of emotional substrates. Advances in consciousness research, Vol. 18. (pp. 65-105). Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company. vi, 272 [[[public discourse and sociocultural institutions that define class and sex roles, emotional display and attitudes in narratives of violence against Javanese women]]]
Berns, N. (2009). Contesting the victim card: Closure discourse and emotion in death penalty rhetoric. The Sociological Quarterly, 50 (3), 383-406.[[[Lg: English] [crime victims][family][motivational framing][emotional resonance][death penalty][closure][Capital Punishment][Crime Victims][Emotional States][Family][Motivation]]]
Besnier, N. (1989). Literacy and Feelings: The Encoding of Affect in Nukulaelae Letters. Text, 9(1), 69-92. [[[Literacy] [Indo Pacific Languages] [Discourse Analysis] [Sociolinguistics] [Text Analysis] [Spoken vs Written Communication] [Emotion]]]

Besnier, N. (1990). Conflict management, gossip, and affective meaning on Nukulaelae. In Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo, & Geoffrey M. White (Eds.), Disentangling: Conflict discourse in Pacific societies. (pp. 290-334). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. [[[conflict resolution] [pacific islands] [gossip] [content analysis] [emotional content] [ethnography] [interpersonal communication]]]

Besnier, N. (1994). The evidence from discourse. In: P. K. Bock (Ed.), Psychological anthropology. (pp. 197-210). Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers/Greenwood Publishing Group [[[Lg: English ] [discourse centered approaches to emotion & personhood in contemporary psychological anthropology ][Emotions][Self Concept][Verbal Communication ]]]
Biber, D., & Finegan, E. (1989). Styles of Stance in English: Lexical and Grammatical Marking of Evidentiality and Affect. Text, 9(1), 93-124. [[[English] [Discourse Analysis] [Semantics] [Grammatical Analysis] [Emotion]]]
Bisel, R. S., & Barge, J. K. (2011). Discursive positioning and planned change in organizations. Human Relations, 64(2), 257-283. [[[emotion; materiality; organizational communication; organizational discourse; planned change comunication; positioning theory; longitudinal-examination; resistance; implementation; communication; ; business & economics; social sciences - other topics]]
Blonder, L. X. (2000). Language use. In: Gonzalez Rothi, Leslie Janine., & Nadeau, Stephen E. (Eds.), Aphasia and lanaguage: Theory to practice. (pp.284-295). New York: Guilford Press. [[[pragmatics and right hemisphere and emotional communication and other issues in study of discourse in spontaneous social interaction] [patients with aphasia]]]
Blonder, L. X. (2000). Language use. In: Nadeau, Stephen E., Gonzalez Rothi, Leslie Janine, & Crosson, Bruce (Eds.), Aphasia and lanaguage: Theory to practice. New York, NY: Guilford Press. [[pragmatics & right hemisphere & emotional communication & other issues in study of discourse in spontaneous social interaction, patients with aphasia][Aphasia][Emotions][Interpersonal Communication][Pragmatics][Right Hemisphere]]

Bloom, R. L., Borod, J. C., Obler, L. K., & Gerstman, L. J. (1992). Impact of emotional content on discourse production in patients with unilateral brain damage. Brain and Language, 42 (2), 153-164. [[[emotional vs visual spatial vs neutral content in picture story task] [discourse production] [left vs right brain damaged right handed adults]]]

Bloom, R. L., Borod, J. C., Obler, L. K., & Gerstman, L. J. (1993). Suppression and Facilitation of Pragmatic Performance: Effects of Emotional Content on Discourse Following Right and Left Brain-Damage. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36(6), 1227-1235.
Bloom, R. L., Borod, J. C., Santschi-Haywood, C., Pick, L. H., & Obler, L. K. (1996). Left and right hemispheric contributions to discourse coherence and cohesion. International Journal of Neuroscience, 88(1-2), 125-140. [[[cohesion & coherence of discourse elicited by procedural vs visuospatial vs emotional picture story stimulus sets, right vs left brain damaged aphasic adults]]]
BolĂ­var, A. (1992). The Analysis of Political Discourse, with Particular Reference to the Venezuelan Political Dialogue. English for Specific Purposes, 11(2), 159-175. [[[Text Analysis] [Political Discourse] [Persuasion] [Mass Media] [Emotions] [Venezuela] [CDA]]]
Borbieva, N. O. (2012). Kidnapping Women: Discourses of Emotion and Social Change in the Kyrgyz Republic. Anthropological Quarterly, 85(1), 141-169. [[[marriage; love; power; gender; family; former soviet union; kyrgyz republic; alternative systems; bride theft; marriage; abduction; patriarchy; capture; love; anthropology]]]
Borland, R. M. D. (1988). Regulative Processes in Conversations: Physiological and Behavioral Constraints. Dissertation Abstracts International, B: Sciences and Engineering, 48(7), 2138-3. [[[Interpersonal Behavior] [Discourse Analysis] [Biological, Physical, Physiological] [Emotion]]]

Borod, J. C., Rorie, K. D., Haywood, C. S., Andelman, F., Obler, L. K., Welkowitz, J., Bloom, R. L., & Tweedy, J. R. (1996). Hemispheric specialization for discourse reports of emotional experiences: Relationships to demographic, neurological, and perceptual variables. Neuropsychologia, 34 (5), 351-359. [[[hemispheric specialization for perception and expression and lexical communication of emotional vs nonemotional experience] [left vs right brain damaged adults]]]

Bourg, T. (1996). The role of emotion, empathy, and text structure in children's and adults' narrative text comprehension. In Roger J. Kreuz, & Mary Sue MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical approaches to literature and aesthetics. Advances in discourse processes, Vol. 52. (pp. 241-260). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. [[[emotions] [empathy] [reading comprehension] [text structure] [cognitive processes] [children] [adolescents ]]]
Bower, G. H. (1978). Experiments on Story Comprehension and Recall. Discourse Processes, 1(3), 211-231. [[[verbal learning] [memory] [reading comprehension] [emotion] ]]
Brady, I. (2005). Poetics for a Planet: Discourse on Some Problems of Being-in-Place. In: N. K. Denzin, & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), The Sage handbook of qualitative research (3rd ed.). (pp. 979-1026). Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications Ltd [[[Lg: English ] [poetics ][anthropology ][being-in-place ][phenomenology ][myth ][conscious interpretations ][emotional content ][social sciences ][epistemic interference ][logical positivism ][Emotional Content][Epistemology][Poetry][Qualitative Research][Social Science
Brenneis, D. (1990). Shared and solitary sentiments: The discourse of friendship, play, and anger in Bhatgaon. In: C. A. Lutz, & L. Abu-Lughod (Eds.), Language and the politics of emotion. (pp. 113-125). Paris,France: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme [[[Lg: English ] [examines relationship of sociability & emotion discourse in Bhatgaon ][shared "social aesthetic" which interprets emotions ][Emotions][Oral Communication][Sociability ]]]

Brenneis, D. L. (1990). Shared and solitary sentiments: The discourse of friendship, play, and anger in Bhatgaon. In Catherine A. Lutz, & Lila Abu-Lughod (Eds.), Language and the politics of emotion. Studies in emotion and social interaction. (pp. 113-125). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [[[sociability] [oral communication] [emotions] [south pacific] [friendship] [social norms]]]

Brewer, W. F. (1996). Good and bad story endings and story completeness. In Roger J. Kreuz, & Mary Sue MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical approaches to literature and aesthetics. Advances in discourse processes, Vol. 52. (pp. 261-274). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. [[[storytelling] [text structure] [emotions] [theories] [adulthood ]]]
Bryant, G. A. (2010). Prosodic Contrasts in Ironic Speech. Discourse Processes, 47(7), 545-566. [[[verbal irony; acoustic expression; social cognition; head-injury; sarcasm; emotion; communication; intonation; context; dissociation; psychology, educational; psychology, experimental]]]
Bucci, W. (1998). Transformation of meanings in the analytic discourse: A strategy for research. Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 6 (2), 233-260. [[[psychoanalytic interpretation concerning transformations of meanings concerning verbal vs nonverbal symbols and multiple code theory of emotional information processing]]]
Buzzanell, P. M., & Turner, L. H. (2003). Emotion work revealed by job loss discourse: Backgrounding-foregrounding of feelings, construction of normalcy, and (re)instituting of traditional masculinities. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 31 (1), 27-57. [[[job loss] [emotion work] [career counseling] [family communication] [masculinities] [feelings] [normalcy] [family members] [males] [emotional states] [social norms]]]

Byom, L. J., & Turkstra, L. (2012). Effects of social cognitive demand on Theory of Mind in conversations of adults with traumatic brain injury. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 47(3), 310-321. [[[communication; brain injury; social cognition; language; mentalizing; discourse; head-injury; follow-up; executive dysfunction; emotion recognition; narrative discourse; elicitation task; self-esteem; communication; language; adolescents; audiology & s

Campos, G. P., Ramos, C. S., & Bernal, J. J. Y. (1999). Emotion discourse "speaks" of involvement: Commentary on Edwards. Culture & Psychology, 5(3), 293-304. [[[emotional discourse as result of fixed cognitive scenarios vs flexible range of oppositions & contrasts, commentary] [Cognition; Discourse Analysis; Emotions]]
Capozuca, J. C. (1991). Syntactic and Semantic Complexity, Emotional Adjustment, and the Thematic Apperception Test: Discourse Analysis of Adult Dyslexics. Dissertation Abstracts International, B: Sciences and Engineering, 52(3), 1709-4. [[[Adult Language] [Emotions] [Dyslexia] [Discourse Analysis] [Cognitive Development] [Semantics]]]
Capps, L., & Ochs, E. (1995). Constructing panic: The discourse of agoraphobia. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press [[[[b] language and narrative structure in construction of emotional experiences and panic] [adult female with agoraphobia] [case report]]]
Carroll, B. J., Parker, P., & Inkson, K. (2010). Evasion of boredom: An unexpected spur to leadership?. Human Relations, 63(7), 1031-1049. [[[boredom; change; discourse; leadership; social construction of emotion; emotion; career; work; identity; organizations; construction; discourse; proneness; management; social sciences, interdisciplinary]]]
Cartwright, E. (2007). Bodily remembering: Memory, place, and understanding Latino folk illnesses among the Amuzgos Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico. Culture Medicine and Psychiatry, 31(4), 527-545. [[[latino folk illness; amuzgos; coraje; emotion; bodily remembering; oaxaca; de-nervios; discourse; susto; anthropology; psychiatry; social sciences, biomedical]]]

Chan, C. S. C. (2013). Doing Ideology Amid a Crisis: Collective Actions and Discourses of the Chinese Falun Gong Movement. Social Psychology Quarterly, 76(1), 1-24. [[[leadership; ethnography; social movements; interaction rituals; culture; charismatic leadership; participation; emotion; romance; experience; ; psychology]]]

Charteris-Black, J. (2006). Britain as a container: immigration metaphors in the 2005 election campaign. Discourse & Society, 17(5), 563-581. [[[cognitive heuristic; container emotion; legitimacy; metaphor; natural disaster; right-wing; penetration; pressure; water; discourse; communication; psychology, multidisciplinary; sociology]]]
Cheshire, J. (1989). Addressee-Oriented Features in Spoken Discourse. York Papers in Linguistics, 13, 49-63. [[[English] [Discourse Analysis] [Emotion] [Adolescent Language]]]
Christmann, G. B., & Gunthner, S. (1996). Language and Affect. The Realization of Indignation in Conversation; Sprache und Affekt. Die Inszenierung von Entrustungen im Gesprach. Deutsche Sprache, 24(1), 1-33. [[[interpersonal communication] [group communication] [emotions] [german] [discourse analysis] [nonverbal communication] [interpersonal behavior and communication] [interpersonal behavior and communication]]]
Cocks, N., Hird, K., & Kirsner, K. (2007). The relationship between right hemisphere damage and gesture in spontaneous discourse. Aphasiology, 21(3-4), 299-319. [[[brain-damage; emotional prosody; language functions; head movements; speech; communication; speaking; specialization; organization; recognition; clinical neurology]]]
Connor, S. (2007). We're onto you: A critical examination of the department for work and pensions' 'targeting benefit fraud' campaign. Critical Social Policy, 27(2), 231-252. [[[discourse; imagery; language; new labour; welfare; post-emotionalism; policy; welfare; discourse; social issues; social sciences, interdisciplinary]]]

Cromby, J., Brown, S. D., Gross, H., Locke, A., & Patterson, A. E. (2010). Constructing crime, Enacting morality: Emotion, crime and anti-social behaviour in an inner-city community. British Journal of Criminology, 50(5), 873-895. [Lg: English][[[[affect] [affective] [community] [discourse] [emotion] [psychology] ]]]

D'Mello, S. K., Craig, S. D., Witherspoon, A., McDaniel, B., & Graesser, A. (2008). Automatic detection of learner's affect from conversational cues. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 18(1-2), 45-80. [[[affect detection; human-computer interaction; human-computer dialogue; dialogue features; discourse markers; conversational cues; intelligent tutoring systems; autotutor; computer; emotions; dialogue; communication; attention; autonomy; ; computer scie
D'Mello, S. K., & Graesser, A. (2012). Language and Discourse Are Powerful Signals of Student Emotions during Tutoring. Ieee Transactions on Learning Technologies, 5(4), 304-317. [[[emotions; affect; intelligent tutoring system; affect from text; conversational cues; natural-language; word count; expressions; dialogues; cohesion; features; text; computer science; education & educational research]]]
De Beaugrande, R. (1992). Topicality and emotion in the economy and agenda of discourse. Linguistics, 30(1), 243-265. [[[topic & emotion in discourse economy & agenda] [Communication; Emotions; Linguistics; Pragmatics]]
De Castella, K., McGarty, C., & Musgrove, L. (2009). Fear Appeals in Political Rhetoric about Terrorism: An Analysis of Speeches by Australian Prime Minister Howard. Political Psychology, 30(1), 1-26. [[[fear; terrorism; emotion; rhetoric; appraisal theory; speeches; foreign-policy; federal-election; group membership; december 2002; emotion; discourse; appraisal; issues; war; commonwealth; political science; psychology, social]]]

Delfino, M., & Manca, S. (2007). The expression of social presence through the use of figurative language in a web-based learning environment. Computers in Human Behavior, 23(5), 2190-2211. [[[web-based learning; social presence; emotions; figurative language; computer-mediated discourse analysis; computer-mediated communication; metaphor; perspectives; psychology, multidisciplinary; psychology, experimental]]]

Dement ev, V. V., & Karasik, V. I. (1998). IAzykovaia lichnost. Volgograd: Peremena. [[[b] [Sociolinguistics.; Language and emotions.; Language and culture.; Discourse analysis.]]]
Denham, S. A., Cook, M., & Zoller, D. (1992). 'Baby Looks Very Sad': Implications of Conversations about Feelings between Mother and Preschooler. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10(3), 301-315. [[[Emotions] [Preschool Children] [Age Differences] [Discourse Analysis] [Conversation] [Parent Child Interaction]]]
Devega, M., Diaz, J. M., & Leon, I. (1997). To Know or Not to Know: Comprehending Protagonists Beliefs and Their Emotional Consequences. Discourse Processes, 23(2), 169-192.
Devine, J. (2004). The Discourse on Violence Prevention: What Are the Implications for Smaller Schools? In: J. Devine, J. Gilligan, K. A. Miczek, R. Shaikh, & D. Pfaff (Eds.), Youth violence: Scientific approaches to prevention. (pp. 69-84). New York, NY: New York Academy of Sciences [[[Lg: English ] [youth violence ][violence prevention ][school violence ][small school movement ][social and emotional education ][Affective Education][Prevention][School Violence ]]]
Dews, S., Kaplan, J., & Winner, E. (1995). Why not say it directly? The social functions of irony. Discourse Processes, 19(3), 347-367. [[[criticism] [praise] [language] [social perception] [verbal meaning] [humor] [status] [emotional control] [impression management] [adulthood] ]]

Dilmon, R. (2009). Between thinking and speaking—Linguistic tools for detecting a fabrication. Journal of Pragmatics, 41 (6), 1152-1170.[[[Lg: English] [thinking][speaking][linguistics][fabrication][discourse analysis][emotional functions][misleading][Deception][Discourse Analysis][Emotional Responses][Linguistics][Speech Characteristics]]]

Donath, J. (1986). Zum Zusammenhang zwischen Gesprachsablauf und Redeweise. (On the Connection between Conversation Flow and Speech Mode). Linguistische Studien, Reihe A: Arbeitsberichte, 149, 235-247. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Interpersonal Behavior] [Emotion] [German] [Spontaneous Speech]]]
Donovan, M. (2003). Family therapy beyond postmodernism: Some considerations on the ethical orientation of contemporary practice. Journal of Family Therapy, 25(3), 285-306. [[[reflecting team approach] [individual consciousness] [hermeneutic thinking] [ethical orientation] [emotional process] [ethical discourse] [systemic practice ]]]
Dornheim, J. (1987). "Mein Korper-wie eine Picasso-Figur." Zur Funktion von Sprachbildern in Gesprachen uber Krankheit und Befinden. ("My Body-As a Picasso-Figure": On the Function of Linguistic Images in Conversations about Illnesses and States of Health). Deutschunterricht, 39(6), 83-101. [[[Interpersonal Behavior] [Rhetorical Figures] [Imagery] [Picture, Visual Media] [Emotion] [Discourse Analysis]]]
Dyer, M. G. (1983). The Role of Affect in Narratives. Cognitive Science, 7(3), 211-242. [[[discourse analysis] [computer generated language analysis] [emotion] ]]
Eatough, V., & Smith, J. A. (2006). I feel like a scrambled egg in my head: An idiographic case study of meaning making and anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology and Psychotherapy-Theory Research and Practice, 79(1), 115-135. [[[emotion; appraisal; determinants; attributions; attraction; discourse; alcohol]]]

Ebersole, G. L. (2004). The Function of Ritual Weeping Revisited: Affective Expression and Moral Discourse. In: J. Corrigan (Ed.), Religion and emotion: Approaches and interpretations. (pp. 185-222). New York, NY: Oxford University Press [[[Lg: English ] [ritual weeping ][morals ][emotional expression ][affect ][culture ][history ][religion ][Crying][Emotional States][Morality][Religious Practices ]]]

Ecclestone, K. (2012). From emotional and psychological well-being to character education: challenging policy discourses of behavioural science and 'vulnerability'. Research Papers in Education, 27(4), 463-480. [[[behavioural science; character; emotional and psychological wellbeing; assessment; positive psychology; child-guidance; interventions; management; schools; trends; life; education & educational research]]]
Edwards, D. (1999). Emotion discourse. Culture and Psychology, 5 (3), 271-291. [[[emotional discourse as result of fixed cognitive scenarios vs flexible range of oppositions and contrasts]]]
Edwards, D. (1999). Emotion discourse. Culture & Psychology, 5(3), 271-291. [[[emotional discourse as result of fixed cognitive scenarios vs flexible range of oppositions & contrasts] [Cognition; Discourse Analysis; Emotions]]
Edwards, D., & Potter, J. (2005). Discursive psychology, mental states and descriptions. In: te Molder, Hedwig, & Potter, Jonathan (Eds.), Conversation and cognition. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. [[discursive psychology][mental states][psychological states][Discourse Analysis][Emotional States][Language][Psychology][Thinking]]

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