Publications

Journal Article (35)

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    Journal Article
    Glick Schiller, Nina, Julia M. Eckert, and Stephen P. Reyna. 2017. Debate on the nature and significance of Critique. Anthropological Theory 17(2): 261–261.
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    Eckert, Julia, Nina Glick Schiller, and Stephen P. Reyna. 2016. Vision statement: anthropological theory from and for everybody. Anthropological Theory 16(2-3): 320–323.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2016. Conjectures about conjunctures, decolonization, and the ontological turn: comment on Jafari Sinclaire Allen and Ryan Cecil Johnson "The decolonizing generation: (race and) theory in anthropology since the eighties". Current Anthropology 57(2): 140–141.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2016. Positioning theory: an introduction. Anthropological Theory 16(2-3): 133–145.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Ayşe Çağlar. 2016. Displacement, emplacement and migrant newcomers: rethinking urban sociabilities within multiscalar power. Identities 23(1): 17–34.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Garbi Schmidt. 2016. Envisioning place: urban sociabilities within time, space and multiscalar power. Identities 23(1): 1–16.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2016. The question of solidarity and society: comment on Will Kymlicka’s article: “Solidarity in Diverse Societies.” Comparative Migration Studies 3(4): 4:6.
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    Eckert, Julia, Nina Glick Schiller, and Stephen P. Reyna. 2015. Editors' note to the Lempert-Lambek dialogue. Anthropological Theory 15(2): 127–127.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2015. Explanatory frameworks in transnational migration studies: the missing multi-scalar global perspective. Ethnic and Racial Studies 38(13): 2275–2282.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. Unraveling the migration and development web: research and policy implications. International Migration Review 50(3): 92–97.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. A comparative relative perspective on the relationships between migrants and cities. Urban Geography 33(6): 879–903.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. Situating identities: towards an identities studies without binaries of difference. Identities 19(4): 520–532.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2010. Old baggage and missing luggage: a commentary on Beck and Sznaider's 'Unpacking cosmopolitanism for the social sciences: a research agenda'. British Journal of Sociology 61(Suppl. 1): 413–420.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2009. A global perspective on migration and development. Social Analysis 53(3): 14–37.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Thomas Faist. 2009. Introduction: migration, development, and social transformation. Social Analysis 53(3): 1–13.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Ayse Caglar. 2009. Towards a comparative theory of locality in migration studies: migrant incorporation and city scale. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35(2): 177–202.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2006. Transnational urbanism as a way of life: a research topic not a metaphor. City and Society 17(1): 49–64.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina, Ayse Caglar, and Thaddeus C. Guldbrandsen. 2006. Beyond the ethnic lens: locality, globality, and born-again incorporation. American Ethnologist 33(4): 612–633.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Evangelos Karagiannis. 2006. Contesting claims to the land: pentecostalism as a challenge to migration theory and policy. Sociologus 56(2): 137–171.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2006. What can transnational studies offer to the study of localized conflict and protest? Focaal 47: 3–17.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Racialized nations, evangelizing christianity, police states, and imperial power: missing in action in Bunzl's new Europe. American Ethnologist 32(4): 526–532.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Transnational social fields and imperialism: bringing a theory of power to transnational studies. Anthropological Theory 5: 447–460.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Transnational urbanism as a way of life: a research topic not a metaphor. City and Society 17(1): 47–62.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Andreas Wimmer. 2005. Módszertani nacionalizmus és azon túl: nemzetállam-építés, migráció és társadalomtudományok. Magyar Kisebbség 2005: 3–4.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina, Boris Nieswand, Günther Schlee, Tsypylma Darieva, Lale Yalçın-Heckmann, and László Fosztó. 2005. Pathways of migrant incorporation in Germany. Transit 1(1).
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2004. Is freedom now "another word for nothing left to lose"?: an introduction to the debate about freedom and democracy in the age of neoliberalism. Identities 11: 89–92.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Peggy Levitt. 2004. Conceptualizing simultaneity: a transnational social field perspective on society. International Migration Review 38(3): 1002–1039.
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    Glick-Schiller, Nina. 2003. Methodological nationalism, the social sciences, and the study of migration: an essay in historical epistemology. International Migration Review 37(3): 576–610.
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    Glick-Schiller, Nina. 2003. Same old same old? ... resurrecting political culture or conducting ethnographies of human possibilities? American Ethnologist 30(4): 495–497.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Andreas Wimmer. 2002. Methodological nationalism and the study of migration. Archives Européennes de Sociologie 43(2): 217–240.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Georges E. Fouron. 2002. Terrains of blood and nation: Haitian transnational social fields. Ethnic and Racial Studies 22(2): 340–366.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Andreas Wimmer. 2002. Methodological nationalism and beyond: nation-state building, migration and the social sciences. Global Networks 2(4): 301–334.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Georges Fouron. 2001. All in the family: gender, transnational migration, and the nation-state. Identities 7(4): 539–582.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2001. Introduction: culture, violence, and explanation. Identities 8(1): 1–6.
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    Reyna, Stephen P. and Nina Glick Schiller. 1998. The pursuit of knowledge and regimes of truth. Identities 4(3-4): 333–341.

Book Chapter (34)

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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Ayşe Çağlar. 2016. Locating migrant pathways of economic emplacement: thinking beyond the ethnic lens. An anthology of migration and social transformation: European perspectives. IMISCOE Research Series. Cham; Heidelberg; New York; Dordrecht; London: Springer, pp. 307–326.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2015. Diasporic cosmopolitanism: migrants, sociabilities and city making. Whose cosmopolitanism?: critical perspectives, relationalities and discontents. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 103–120.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2015. Whose cosmopolitanism?: and whose humanity? Whose cosmopolitanism?: critical perspectives, relationalities and discontents. New York; London: Berghahn, pp. 31–33.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Andrew Irving. 2015. Introduction: what's in a word?; what's in a question? Whose cosmopolitanism?: critical perspectives, relationalities and discontents. New York: Berghahn, pp. 1–22.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2014. Das transnationale Migrationsparadigma: globale Perspektiven auf die Migrationsforschung. Kultur, Gesellschaft, Migration: die reflexive Wende in der Migrationsforschung. Studien zur Migrations- und Integrationspolitik. Wiesbaden: Springer, pp. 153–178.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2014. Transnationality. A companion to urban anthropology. Blackwell Companions to Anthropology 26. Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 291–305.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2014. Comfort zones. Migration: the COMPAS anthology. Oxford: ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), pp. 131–132.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. Transnationality and the city. Transnationalism and urbanism. Routledge Research in Transnationalism 25. New York: Routledge, pp. 31–45.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. Transnationality, migrants and cities: a comparative approach. Beyond methodological nationalism: research methodologies for cross-border studies. Routledge Research in Transnationalism 24. New York: Routledge, pp. 23–40.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. Methodological predicaments of cross-border studies. Beyond methodological nationalism: research methodologies for cross-border studies. Routledge Research in Transnationalism 24. New York: Routledge, pp. 1–19.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2012. Migration and development without methodological nationalism: towards global perspectives on migration. Migration in the 21st century: political economy and ethnography. Routledge Advances in Sociology 73. New York: Routledge, pp. 38–63.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2010. A global perspective on migration and development. Migration, development and transnationalism: a critical stance. Critical Interventions: A Forum for Social Analysis. New York: Berghahn, pp. 22–62.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2010. A global perspective on transnational migration: theorising migration without methodological nationalism. Diaspora and transnationalism: concepts, theories and methods. IMISCOE Research Series. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 109–129.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Thomas Faist. 2010. Introduction: migration, development, and social transformation. Migration, development and transnationalism: a critical stance. Critical Interventions: A Forum for Social Analysis. New York: Berghahn, pp. 1–21.
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    Book Chapter
    Wimmer, Andreas and Nina Glick Schiller. 2010. Methodological nationalism, the social sciences, and the study of migration: an essay into historical epistemology. Migration: vol. 1; Theories. Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences. London: Routledge, pp. 176–205.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2009. Global perspectives on gender in transit. Gender in trans-it: transkulturelle und transnationale Perspektiven. Basel: Chronos, pp. 31–50.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2009. Theorizing about and beyond transnational processes in incorporation, identity and citizenship. Caribbean migration to Western Europe and the United States: essays on incorporation, identity, and citizenship. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 18–40.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2009. There is no power except for God: locality, global Christianity and immigrant transnational incorporation. Permutations of order: religion and law as contested sovereignties. Law, Justice and Power. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 125–146.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Ayse Caglar. 2008. And ye shall possess it, and dwell therein: social citizenship, global Christianity, and non-Ethnic immigrant incorporation. Citizenship, political engagement, and belonging: immigrants in Europe and the United States. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 203–225.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Evangelos Karagiannis. 2008. "The land which the LORD your God giveth you": two 'African' churches in Oststadt. Christianity in Africa and the African diaspora: the appropriation of a scattered heritage. Continuum Religious Studies. London: Continuum International Publishing Group, pp. 265–278.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Ayse Caglar. 2008. Beyond methodological ethnicity and towards city scale: an alternative approach to local and transnational pathways of migrant incorporation. Rethinking transnationalism: the Meso-link of organisations. Transnationalism 21. London: Routledge, pp. 40–61.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2007. Beyond the nation-state and its units of analysis: towards a new research agenda for migration studies. Concepts and methods in migration research: conference reader. Siegen: Universität Siegen, pp. 39–72.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina, Ayse Caglar, and Thaddeus Guldbrandsen. 2006. Jenseits der "ethnischen Gruppe" als Objekt des Wissens: Lokalität, Globalität und Inkorporationsmuster von Migranten. Die Macht des Lokalen in einer Welt ohne Grenzen. Frankfurt/Main: Campus, pp. 105–144.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Transborder citizenship: an outcome of legal pluralism within transnational social fields. Mobile people, mobile law: expanding legal relations in a contracting world. Law, Justice and Power. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 27–49.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Long-distance nationalism. Encyclopedia of diasporas: immigrant and refugee cultures around the world 1. New York: Springer, pp. 570–580.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Blood and belonging: long-distance nationalism and the world beyond. Complexities: beyond nature and nurture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 289–312.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Lived simultaneity and discourses of diasporic difference. Displacements and diasporas: Asians in the Americas. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, pp. 159–169.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2004. Transnationality. A companion to the anthropology of politics. Malden: Blackwell, pp. 448–467.
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    Glick-Schiller, Nina. 2003. The centrality of ethnography in the study of transnational migration: seeing the Wetland instead of the Swamp America arrivals. American arrivals: anthropology engages the new immigration. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, pp. 99–128.
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    Glick-Schiller, Nina and George Fouron. 2003. Killing me softly: violence, globalization, and the apparent state. Globalization, the state and violence. Walnut Creek; Oxford: AltaMira Press, pp. 203–249.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and George Fouron. 2002. Long-distance nationalism defined. The anthropology of politics: a reader in ethnography, theory, and critique. Blackwell Anthologies in Social and Cultural Anthropology 3. Malden: Blackwell, pp. 356–365.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Georges Fouron. 2002. The generation of identity: redefining the second generation within a transnational social field. The changing face of home: the transnational lives of the second generation. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 168–210.
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    Glick Schiller, Nina and Carolle Charles. 2002. Haitians-Americans. Encyclopedia of world cultures: supplement. Boston: Hall, pp. 140–144.
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    Book Chapter
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Georges E. Fouron. 2001. The generation of identity: redefining the second generation within a transnational social field. Migration, transnationalization, and race in a changing New York. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 58–86.

Issue (2)

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    Issue
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Garbi Schmidt (eds.). 2016. Seeing places and power. Identities 23(1).
  2. 71.
    Issue
    Reyna, Stephen P., Julia M. Eckert, and Nina Glick Schiller (eds.). 2016. Positioning theory: a re-launch of the journal Anthropological Theory. Anthropological Theory 16(2-3).

Other (3)

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    Other
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2007. Ansiedlung von Flüchtlingen in Kleinstädten: eine ortsbezogene Perspektive auf die Debatten um die "Integration" von Migranten. Bericht/Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung, Abteilung I: Integration und Konflikt 2007. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-96B1-E. Accessed 2007.
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    Other
    Glick Schiller, Nina. 2005. Globale Religion als eine Form der nicht-ethnischen Inkorporation von Migranten in zwei small-scale-Städten: Halle/Saale (Deutschland) und Manchester, New Hampshire (USA). Bericht/Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung: Sonderausgabe 2005. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0014-B0EE-1. Accessed 2005.
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    Other
    Glick Schiller, Nina, Boris Nieswand, Günther Schlee, Ayşe Çağlar, Evangelos Karagiannis, Tsypylma Darieva, Lale Yalçın-Heckmann, and László Fosztó. 2003. Pathways of migrant incorporation in Germany. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report 2002/2003. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0014-6FD9-5. Accessed 2003.

Collected Edition (4)

  1. 75.
    Collected Edition
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Andrew Irving (eds.). 2015. Whose cosmopolitanism?: critical perspectives, relationalities and discontents. New York: Berghahn.
  2. 76.
    Collected Edition
    Salazar, Noel B. and Nina Glick Schiller (eds.). 2014. Regimes of mobility: imaginaries and relationalities of power. London; New York: Routledge.
  3. 77.
    Collected Edition
    Amelina, Anna, Devrimsel Deniz Nergiz, Thomas Faist, and Nina Glick Schiller (eds.). 2012. Beyond methodological nationalism: research methodologies for cross-border studies. Routledge Research in Transnationalism 24. New York: Routledge.
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    Collected Edition
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Thomas Faist (eds.). 2010. Migration, development and transnationalism: a critical stance. Critical Interventions: A Forum for Social Analysis. New York: Berghahn.

Monograph (3)

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    Monograph
    Glick Schiller, Nina, Data Dea, and Markus Höhne. 2005. African culture and the zoo in the 21st century: the "African Village" in the Augsburger Zoo and its wider implications; report to the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
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    Monograph
    Glick Schiller, Nina, Data Dea, and Markus Höhne. 2005. Afrikanische Kultur und der Zoo im 21. Jahrhundert: eine ethnologische Perspektive auf das "African Village" im Augsburger Zoo; Bericht an das Max Planck Institut für ethnologische Forschung. Halle/Saale: Max-Planck-Institut für Ethnologische Forschung.
  3. 81.
    Monograph
    Glick Schiller, Nina and Georges Eugene Fouron. 2001. George woke up laughing: long distance nationalism and the search for home. Durham: Duke University Press.
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