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Wiley: Gender Work and Organization
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1 [GO] 2024―Jan―29 Closed doors: Domestic space, household labor, and the reproduction of gender inequality in the pandemic lockdown Michelle Cera, Eric Klinenberg
2 [GO] 2023―Dec―22 Care as infrastructure: Rethinking working mothers' childcare crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic Meng Li, Corrina Laughlin
3 [GO] 2023―Dec―14 Persistent pandemic: The unequal impact of COVID labor on early career academics Edmée Ballif, Isabelle Zinn
4 [GO] 2023―Nov―09 Caring is resisting: Lessons from domestic workers' mobilizations during COVID-19 in Latin America Louisa Acciari
5 [GO] 2023―Oct―27 Working from home during COVID-19: What does this mean for the ideal worker norm? Sue Williamson, Helen Taylor, Vindhya Weeratunga
6 [GO] 2023―Oct―24 “When money is more valuable than people…”: The pandemic as a call for business to care Heidi Reed
7 [GO] 2023―Oct―07 Old norms in the new normal: Exploring and resisting the rise of the ideal pandemic worker Frederike Scholz, Liz Oliver, Jennifer Tomlinson, Robert MacKenzie, Jo Ingold
8 [GO] 2023―Jun―25 Resilient again: COVID-19, feminist anti-violence work, and the question of sustainability Lisa Boucher
9 [GO] 2023―Jun―12 Gender disparity in the effects of COVID-19 on academic productivity and career satisfaction in anesthesiology in the US: Results of a national survey of anesthesiologists Anna E. Jankowska, Sher-Lu Pai, Jennifer K. Lee, Thomas M. Austin, Soumya Nyshadham, Carol Ann B. Diachun, et al. (+3)
10 [GO] 2023―Jun―02 Amplifying inequalities: Gendered perceptions of work flexibility and the division of household labor during the COVID-19 pandemic Rachel Rinaldo, Ian Michael Whalen
11 [GO] 2023―Apr―27 The COVID-19 pandemic and caring masculinity: New prospects or a wasted opportunity? Katarzyna Wojnicka, Julia Kubisa
12 [GO] 2023―Mar―16 The pandemic as gender arrhythmia: Women’s bodies, counter rhythms and critique of everyday life Holly Thorpe, Julie Brice, Anoosh Soltani, Mihi Nemani, Grace O’Leary, Nikki Barrett
13 [GO] 2023―Mar―04 Socioeconomic differences and the gender division of labor during the COVID-19 lockdown: Insights from France using a mixed method Myriam Chatot, Julie Landour, Ariane Pailhé
14 [GO] 2023―Feb―22 Connected early-career experiences of equality in academia during the pandemic and beyond: Our liminal journey Frederike Scholz, Joanna Maria Szulc
15 [GO] 2022―Dec―26 The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on changes in perceived work pressure for Dutch mothers and fathers Stéfanie André, Roos van der Zwan
16 [GO] 2022―Nov―29 Queering the pandemic at work, a fictocritical tale Pierre Lescoat
17 [GO] 2022―Nov―09 Reinforced or disrupted ideal worker norms in the pandemic? Analyzing the gendered impact of the pandemic on professional specialisms in a Professional Services Firm in Kuwait Lilas Al-Asfahani, Gail Hebson, Mike Bresnen
18 [GO] 2022―Oct―21 Working in unprecedented times: Intersectionality and women of color in UK higher education in and beyond the pandemic Mwenza Blell, Shan-Jan Sarah Liu, Audrey Verma
19 [GO] 2022―Oct―19 Coloniality and contagion: COVID-19 and the disposability of women of color in feminized labor sectors José M. Flores Sanchez, Jade Kai
20 [GO] 2022―Oct―17 Deepening and widening the gap: The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on gender and racial inequalities in Brazil Magali Natalia Alloatti, Ana Luíza Matos de Oliveira
21 [GO] 2022―Sep―15 A personal reflection of risking and protecting lives during the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic Humera Manzoor
22 [GO] 2022―Aug―26 “Having a family is the new normal”: Parenting in neoliberal academia during the COVID-19 pandemic Thais França, Filipa Godinho, Beatriz Padilla, Mara Vicente, Lígia Amâncio, Ana Fernandes
23 [GO] 2022―Jul―06 The entrenchment of the ideal worker norm during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from working mothers in the United States Mona Zanhour, Dana McDaniel Sumpter
24 [GO] 2022―Jul―01 Changing attitudes about the impact of women's employment on families: The COVID-19 pandemic effect Leen Vandecasteele, Katya Ivanova, Inge Sieben, Tim Reeskens
25 [GO] 2022―Jun―18 The gendered consequences of the COVID-19 lockdown on unpaid work in Swiss dual earner couples with children Stephanie Steinmetz, Leen Vandecasteele, Florence Lebert, Marieke Voorpostel, Oliver Lipps
26 [GO] 2022―May―28 “The workload is staggering”: Changing working conditions of stay-at-home mothers under COVID-19 lockdowns Awish Aslam, Tracey L. Adams
27 [GO] 2022―May―27 Gender and employment: Recalibrating women's position in work, organizations, and society in times of COVID-19 Chantal Remery, Richard J. Petts, Joop Schippers, Mara A. Yerkes
28 [GO] 2022―May―25 “It's part of me”: Brazilian immigrant teachers' work in a global pandemic Gabrielle Oliveira, Corinne Kentor
29 [GO] 2022―May―25 Care in times of the pandemic: Rethinking work meanings of work in the university Özlem Altan-Olcay, Suzanne Bergeron
30 [GO] 2022―May―24 Work in pandemic times: Exploring precarious continuities in paid domestic work in India Supurna Banerjee, Lauren Wilks
31 [GO] 2022―May―23 Caring about the unequal effects of the pandemic: What feminist theory, art, and activism can teach us Emmanouela Mandalaki, Noortje Amsterdam, Ajnesh Prasad, Marianna Fotaki
32 [GO] 2022―May―18 Deep care: The COVID-19 pandemic and the work of marginal feminist organizing in India Pallavi Banerjee, Chetna Khandelwal, Megha Sanyal
33 [GO] 2022―May―11 National heroes, disposable workers. How collective action in the health and social care sector during the pandemic negotiated with the self-sacrificing worker ideal Costanza Galanti
34 [GO] 2022―Apr―05 Has the COVID-19 pandemic changed gender- and parental-status-specific differences in working from home? Panel evidence from Germany Anja-Kristin Abendroth, Yvonne Lott, Lena Hipp, Dana Müller, Armin Sauermann, Tanja Carstensen
35 [GO] 2022―Mar―26 Fighting on the frontlines: Intersectional organizing in educators' social justice unions during COVID-19 Rhiannon M. Maton
36 [GO] 2022―Mar―05 Navigating white academe during crisis: The impact of COVID-19 and racial violence on women of color professionals Tsedale M. Melaku, Angie Beeman
37 [GO] 2022―Feb―28 Remote schooling during a pandemic: Visibly Muslim mothering and the entanglement of personal and political Şeyma Özdemir
38 [GO] 2022―Feb―21 Are we failing female and racialized academics? A Canadian national survey examining the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on tenure and tenure-track faculty Jennifer C. Davis, Eric Ping Hung Li, Mary Stewart Butterfield, Gino A. DiLabio, Nithi Sangunthanam, Barbara Marcolin
39 [GO] 2022―Feb―10 The persistence of neoliberal logics in faculty evaluations amidst Covid-19: Recalibrating toward equity Ethel L. Mickey, Joya Misra, Dessie Clark
40 [GO] 2022―Jan―29 Choreographing social reproduction: Making personal protective equipment and gender during a neoliberal pandemic Braden Leap, Kimberly Kelly, Marybeth C. Stalp
41 [GO] 2022―Jan―13 Locked up and down: Incarceration, care, and art in a pandemic Anne-marie Greene, Deborah Dean, Sarah Bartley, Caoimhe McAvinchey
42 [GO] 2022―Jan―08 Indignação and declaração corporal : Luta and artivism in Brazil during the times of the pandemic Yuliya Shymko, Camilla Quental, Madeleine Navarro Mena
43 [GO] 2021―Dec―28 From the nice work to the hard work: “Troubling” community-based CareMongering during the COVID-19 pandemic Amy Kipp, Roberta Hawkins
44 [GO] 2021―Dec―28 Tread lightly: Liminality and Covid-19 reflections Liela A. Jamjoom
45 [GO] 2021―Dec―24 Exploring the domestic division of labor when both parents are involuntarily working from home: The effects of the UK COVID pandemic Reece Garcia
46 [GO] 2021―Dec―10 Athena SWAN gender equality plans and the gendered impact of COVID-19 Thereza Raquel Sales Aguiar, Shamima Haque, Keith A. Bender
47 [GO] 2021―Dec―05 The “new normal” of academia in pandemic times: Resisting toxicity through care Mie Plotnikof, Ea Høg Utoft
48 [GO] 2021―Dec―03 A femin… manifesto: Academic ecologies of care and cure during a global health pandemic Angelo Benozzo, Mirka Koro, Anani Vasquez, Mariia Vitrukh, Pietro Barbetta, Charlton Long
49 [GO] 2021―Dec―01 Reduced well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic - The role of working conditions Gundula Zoch, Ann-Christin Bächmann, Basha Vicari
50 [GO] 2021―Nov―26 Women deserve better: A discussion on COVID-19 and the gendered organization in the new economy Simisola Johnson
51 [GO] 2021―Nov―16 Merging the public and private spheres of women's work: Narratives from women street food vendors during Covid-19 crisis Puja Guha, Annapurna Neti, Roshni Lobo
52 [GO] 2021―Nov―13 Gendering boundary work: Experiences of work-family practices among Finnish working parents during COVID-19 lockdown Katri Otonkorpi-Lehtoranta, Milla Salin, Mia Hakovirta, Anniina Kaittila
53 [GO] 2021―Oct―28 The COVID-19 pandemic: Narratives of informal women workers in Indian Punjab Nadia Singh, Areet Kaur
54 [GO] 2021―Oct―27 Gender and ethnic equity in Aotearoa New Zealand's public service before and since Covid-19: Toward intersectional inclusion? Jane Parker, Janet Sayers, Amanda Young-Hauser, Shirley Barnett, Patricia Loga, Selu Paea
55 [GO] 2021―Oct―21 From “nobody's clapping for us” to “bad moms”: COVID-19 and the circle of childcare in Canada Julia Smith
56 [GO] 2021―Sep―19 Academic mothers, professional identity and COVID-19: Feminist reflections on career cycles, progression and practice Dorothea Bowyer, Milissa Deitz, Anne Jamison, Chloe E. Taylor, Erika Gyengesi, Jaime Ross, et al. (+3)
57 [GO] 2021―Sep―16 Academic mothers with disabilities: Navigating academia and parenthood during COVID-19 Kathryn Wagner, Summer Melody Pennell, Meike Eilert, Stacey R. Lim
58 [GO] 2021―Jul―22 “Isn't it ironic…!?!” - mobility researchers go sedentary. A group auto-ethnography on collective coping and care in pandemic times Martel Kerstin, Raupp Monique, Abdul-Hadi Acil, Oleskeviciute Emilija, Mello Rodrigo, Biswas Tania, S. Milani Giovanna
59 [GO] 2021―Jul―07 Emotional and Financial Health During COVID-19: The Role of Housework, Employment and Childcare in in Australia and the United States Leah Ruppanner, Xiao Tan, Andrea Carson, Shaun Ratcliff
60 [GO] 2021―Jun―27 Twice a ‘housewife:’ On academic precarity, ‘hysterical’ women, faculty mental health, and service as gendered care work for the ‘university family’ in pandemic times Danielle Docka-Filipek, Lindsey B. Stone
61 [GO] 2021―Jun―26 Are the Gender Gaps in Informal Caregiving Intensity and Burden Closing due to the COVID-19 Pandemic? Evidence from the Netherlands Klara Raiber, Ellen Verbakel
62 [GO] 2021―May―17 The Politics of Kitchen Work: Co-production of a Retired Man's ‘Hegemonic Masculinity' during the COVID-19 Quarantine Yuchen Han
63 [GO] 2021―May―17 Mothering with a Career during a Pandemic; the Case of the Ghanaian Woman Philipa Birago Akuoko, Vincent Aggrey, Jennifer Dokbila Mengba
64 [GO] 2021―May―11 Where is My Home?: Gendered Precarity and the Experience of Covid-19 Among Women Migrant Workers from Delhi and National Capital Region, India Shubhda Arora, Mrinmoy Majumder
66 [GO] 2021―May―11 Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Productivity of Academics who Mother Salima Kasymova, Jean Marie S. Place, Deborah L. Billings, Jesus D. Aldape
67 [GO] 2021―May―11 Deepening inequalities. What did COVID-19 reveal about the gendered nature of academic work? Anna Maria Górska, Karolina Kulicka, Zuzanna Staniszewska, Dorota Dobija
68 [GO] 2021―May―09 Touch and contact during COVID-19: Insights from queer digital spaces Mohammed Cheded, Alexandros Skandalis
69 [GO] 2021―Apr―22 The impact of CoVID-19 pandemic on gender-related work from home in STEM fields- report of the WiMPBME Task Group. M Frize, L Lhotska, LG Marcu, M Stoeva, G Barabino, F Ibrahim, et al. (+6)
70 [GO] 2021―Apr―14 Gender and Telework: Work and Family Experiences of Teleworking Professional, Middle Class, Married Women with Children during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Turkey Sevgi Çoban
71 [GO] 2021―Apr―05 From Imperialism to Inpatient Care: Work Differences in Characteristics and Experiences of Filipino and White Registered Nurses in the United States and Implications for COVID-19 Jennifer Nazareno, Emily Yoshioka, Alexander C Adia, Arjee Restar, Don Operario, Catherine Ceniza Choy
72 [GO] 2021―Apr―01 ‘Very little but a lot’. Solidarity within the sex workers’ community in Poland during the COVID-19 pandemic Agata Dziuban, Martyna Możdrzeń, Anna Ratecka
73 [GO] 2021―Mar―19 Invisible people: a story of fertility treatment and loss during the pandemic Heather Griffiths
74 [GO] 2021―Mar―16 Couples’ Changing Work Patterns in the United Kingdom and the United States during the COVID-19 Pandemic Yue Qian, Yang Hu
75 [GO] 2021―Mar―08 Gender Roles during COVID-19 Pandemic: The Experiences of Turkish Female Academics Simel Parlak, Oya Celebi Cakiroglu, Feride Oksuz Gul
76 [GO] 2021―Feb―18 Narratives of Life-Maneuvering in Re-Shaping New Living Space During Covid-19 : A Case Study of Women Activist in Manggarai Region, Eastern Indonesia Maksimus Regus
77 [GO] 2021―Jan―15 Researching Gender Inequalities in Academic Labour during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Avoiding Common Problems and Asking Different Questions Maria do Mar Pereira
78 [GO] 2020―Dec―28 Motherhood and Guilt in a Pandemic: Negotiating the ‘New’ Normal with a Feminist Identity Lilith A. Whiley, Hazel Sayer, Marie Juanchich
79 [GO] 2020―Dec―25 A Feminist Public Sociology of the Pandemic: Interviewing About a Crisis, During a Crisis Kate Henley Averett
80 [GO] 2020―Dec―24 A Gendered Pandemic: Childcare, Homeschooling, and Parents’ Employment During COVID-19 Richard J. Petts, Daniel L. Carlson, Joanna R. Pepin
81 [GO] 2020―Dec―22 Intersecting marginalities: International students’ struggles for ‘survival’ in COVID-19 Julia Coffey, Julia Cook, David Farrugia, Steve Threadgold, Penny Jane Burke
82 [GO] 2020―Dec―22 ‘You’re a teacher you’re a mother, you’re a worker’: Gender inequality during Covid-19 in Ireland. Serena Clark, Amy McGrane, Neasa Boyle, Natasha Joksimovic, Lydia Burke, Nicole Rock, Katriona O’ Sullivan
83 [GO] 2020―Dec―11 Pandelivery 1 : reflections on Black delivery app workers experiences during COVID-19 in Brazil Mariana Luísa da Costa Lage, Antonio Carlos Rodrigues
84 [GO] 2020―Dec―10 Rethinking research funding in pandemic times Evanthia Kalpazidou Schmidt
85 [GO] 2020―Dec―08 The Disproportionate Impact of COVID-19 on Women Relative to Men: A Conservation of Resources Perspective Jessica A. Peck
86 [GO] 2020―Dec―04 Responses to the COVID-19 crisis in Ireland: From Feminized to Feminist Pauline Cullen, Mary P. Murphy
87 [GO] 2020―Nov―28 Reimagining value: A feminist commentary in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Alison Pullen
88 [GO] 2020―Nov―27 Women and the Weight of a Pandemic: A Survey of Four Western U.S. States Early in the Coronavirus Outbreak Amber N. W. Raile, Eric D. Raile, David C. W. Parker, Elizabeth A. Shanahan, Pavielle Haines
89 [GO] 2020―Nov―18 Labor market and unpaid works implications of COVID-19 for Bangladeshi women Mou Rani Sarker
90 [GO] 2020―Nov―17 The ‘living dead’ within ‘death-worlds’: Gender crisis and covid-19 in India Debadrita Chakraborty
91 [GO] 2020―Oct―17 Women and burnout in the context of a pandemic Maryam Aldossari, Sara Chaudhry
92 [GO] 2020―Oct―16 The Shadow Pandemic: Inequitable Gendered Impacts of Covid-19 in South Africa Bianca Rochelle Parry, Errolyn Gordon
93 [GO] 2020―Oct―13 COVID-19 and the immediate impact on young people and employment in Australia: a gendered analysis Brendan Churchill
94 [GO] 2020―Oct―01 The Ethics of Care and Academic Motherhood amid Covid-19 Karyn E. Miller
95 [GO] 2020―Sep―26 What life in favelas can teach us about the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond: Lessons from Dona Josefa Camilla Quental, Yuliya Shymko
96 [GO] 2020―Sep―19 “I have turned into a foreman here at home.” Families and work-life balance in times of Covid-19 in a gender equality paradise. Andrea Hjálmsdóttir, Valgerður S. Bjarnadóttir
97 [GO] 2020―Sep―17 What COVID-19 could mean for the future of “work from home”: the provocations of three women in the academy Danielle L. Couch, Belinda O'Sullivan, Christina Malatzky
98 [GO] 2020―Sep―16 Exist or Exit? Women Business-owners in Bangladesh during COVID-19 Jasmine Jaim
99 [GO] 2020―Sep―05 Care-work, gender inequality and technological advancement in the age of Covid-19 Julie MacLeavy
100 [GO] 2020―Sep―04 Brazilian Housemaids and Covid-19: how can they isolate if Domestic Work stems from Racism? Juliana Cristina Teixeira
101 [GO] 2020―Sep―02 Gendered labour and work, even in pandemic times Banu Özkazanç-Pan, Alison Pullen
102 [GO] 2020―Aug―24 The Differential Impact of COVID-19 on the Work Conditions of Women and Men Academics during the Lockdown T. Murat Yildirim, Hande Eslen-Ziya
103 [GO] 2020―Aug―15 “Chaos ruined the children’s sleep, diet and behaviour”: Gendered discourses on family life in pandemic times Auður Magndís Auðardóttir, Annadís G. Rúdólfsdóttir
104 [GO] 2020―Aug―08 Covid-19 as a breakdown in the texture of social practices Michela Cozza, Silvia Gherardi, Valeria Graziano, Janet Johansson, Mathilde Mondon-Navazo, Annalisa Murgia, Kim Trogal
105 [GO] 2020―Aug―08 Opposing the toxic apartheid: The painted veil of COVID-19 pandemic, race and racism Grace Gao, Linna Sai
106 [GO] 2020―Jul―30 Equalities in Freefall? Ontological Insecurity and the long term Impact of COVID-19 in the Academy Katharine A.M. Wright, Toni Haastrup, Roberta Guerrina
107 [GO] 2020―Jul―07 Care and Community Revalued During the COVID-19 Pandemic - A Feminist Couple Perspective Swati Vohra, Mandeep Taneja
108 [GO] 2020―Jul―07 Navigating Uncertainty, Employment, and Women’s Safety During COVID-19: Reflections of Sexual Assault Resistance Educators Margaret Janse van Rensburg, Holly Smith
109 [GO] 2020―Jul―06 Virus Interruptus: An Arendtian exploration of political world-building in pandemic times Rita A. Gardiner, Katy Fulfer
110 [GO] 2020―Jul―04 Freedom or money? The dilemma of migrant live-in elderly carers in times of COVID-19 Chiara Giordano
111 [GO] 2020―Jul―03 ‘Reflections on frontline medical work during Covid-19, and the embodiment of risk’ Emily Yarrow, Victoria Pagan
112 [GO] 2020―Jul―02 COVID-19 and the Gender Gap in Work Hours Caitlyn Collins, Liana Christin Landivar, Leah Ruppanner, William J. Scarborough
113 [GO] 2020―Jun―26 Dual-earner Parent Couples’ Work and Care during COVID-19 Lyn Craig, Brendan Churchill
114 [GO] 2020―Jun―26 (Dis)embodied encounters between art and academic writing amid a pandemic Emmanouela Mandalaki, Ely Daou
115 [GO] 2020―Jun―23 Evidence-Loving Rockstar Chief Medical Officers: Female Leadership Amidst COVID-19 in Canada Jennifer Cherneski
116 [GO] 2020―Jun―23 Academic Motherhood During COVID-19: Navigating Our Dual Roles as Educators and Mothers Batsheva Guy, Brittany Arthur
117 [GO] 2020―Jun―18 COVID-19, Ethics of Care, and Feminist Crisis Management Layla J. Branicki
118 [GO] 2020―Jun―09 Against What Model? Evaluating Women as Leaders in the Pandemic Era Susan R. Vroman, Tiffany Danko
119 [GO] 2020―Jun―04 On mothering and being mothered: a personal reflection on women's productivity during Covid-19 Annette Clancy
120 [GO] 2020―Jun―03 Caring during COVID-19: A gendered analysis of Australian university responses to managing remote working and caring responsibilities Meredith Nash, Brendan Churchill
122 [GO] 2020―Jun―01 Feminism and Gendered Impact of COVID-19: Perspective of a Counselling Psychologist Sonia Mukhtar
123 [GO] 2020―May―21 Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis: Force Majeure and Gender Performativity Sophie Hennekam, Yuliya Shymko
124 [GO] 2020―May―21 ‘All the single ladies’ as the ideal academic in times of Covid-19? Ea Høg Utoft
125 [GO] 2020―May―19 A ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide’ to Caring for an Older Person Before and During Coronavirus-19 Lynne F. Baxter
126 [GO] 2020―May―15 Towards a ‘virtual’ world: Social isolation and struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic as single women living alone Grace Gao, Linna Sai
127 [GO] 2020―May―13 It's OK not to be OK: Shared Reflections from two PhD Parents in a Time of Pandemic Amal Abdellatif, Mark Gatto
128 [GO] 2020―May―13 Pandemic and Macho Organizations: Wakeup Call or Business as Usual? † Rafael Alcadipani
129 [GO] 2020―May―13 Towards a relational ethics in pandemic times and beyond Limited accountability, collective performativity and new subjectivity Marjan De Coster
130 [GO] 2020―May―10 COVID-19 AND RAISING THE VALUE OF CARE Bobbi Thomason, Inmaculada Macias-Alonso
131 [GO] 2020―May―09 Privilege and burden of im-/mobility governance: On the reinforcement of inequalities during a pandemic lockdown Laura Dobusch, Katharina Kreissl
132 [GO] 2020―May―07 A Feminist Perspective on COVID-19 and the Value of Care Work Globally Kate Bahn, Jennifer Cohen, Yana Meulen Rodgers
133 [GO] 2020―May―07 Reflecting upon vulnerable and dependent bodies during the COVID-19 crisis Nathalie Clavijo
134 [GO] 2020―Apr―24 COVID-19: A Threat to Educated Muslim Women's Negotiated Identity in Pakistan Muhammad Safdar, Musarat Yasmin Alvi
135 [GO] 2020―Apr―15 The Neverending Shift: A feminist reflection on living and organising academic lives during the Coronavirus pandemic Ilaria Boncori

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