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Annotated bibliography on 5 scholarly articles from my college library.
“Select a topic that will form the basis for your Annotated Bibliography and Annotated Webliography (your Annotated Webliography is due in Week 7). You should choose some topic that deals with some aspect of world history to 1500.”

 

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Due Tuesday by 11:59 pm ET. Please be sure to read the
assignment description in Content and the assignment
instructions below.
Assignment Instructions
There is a wealth of information available in the traditional
formats of books, journals, and newspapers. UMGC’s library
subscribes to many databases that contain such resources,
which are available in electronic format.
For this assignment, you will do a search of the UMGC Library’s
databases for Five (5) articles in scholarly (peer-reviewed)
journals on your chosen topic. Each citation should be between
250-300 words each.
To access the UMGC Library, click on Resources in the
Navigation bar at the top of the course. Select Library.
For help with this you should review this source from the UMGC
Writing Center: https://www.umgc.edu/currentstudents/learning-resources/writing-center/writingresources/evaluating-sources.cfm.
Select a topic that will form the basis for your Annotated
Bibliography and Annotated Webliography (your Annotated
Webliography is due in Week 7). You should choose some topic
that deals with some aspect of world history to 1500. This
covers a broad area so you can use your imagination. For
example, you could cover Egyptian Agriculture, medieval
weaponry, or Roman aqueducts to name a few. If you are unsure
whether your topic is acceptable, you should run it by your
instructor for approval.
Provide a complete citation for the site, including the URL and
your date of access. Note that the required citation style is
Chicago Manual of Style. For an example of what elements to
include in your citation, go to Course Content and review the
resources in the Chicago Style module. In the Sample Citations
section, look under Online Journal Articles and note that you
need to provide the name of the database you found the article
in and your date of access. Submit your paper in MS Word or
docx format.
Analytical Annotated Bibliography Components:
1. Begin each annotated bibliography entry by identifying the
source in correct Chicago Manual of Style documentation.
2. A brief description of the author’s topic, thesis, and
methodology. In other words, in what academic discipline does
the work fall in (history, literature, social science, women’s
studies, cultural studies, etc.)? What kind of evidence does the
author draw upon?
3. A concise outline of the main points in the text.
4. A statement about the author’s goals and his/her intended
audience. Are there any clear biases?
5. MOST IMPORTANTLY–Your critical evaluation of the text’s
usefulness for the investigation of your topic. What are the
strengths of the source? What are the deficiencies or limitations
of the source?
6. Did the article help you to further understand the topic? If so,
explain how. If not, explain what information might have been
helpful.
7. Explain how each of your sources compares to the others. Are
there any general trends you see in your selected books and
articles?
There are numerous websites that will show you how to
construct an annotated bibliography. UMGC also has a guide to
writing an annotated bibliography (requires Flash Player to view
the
video) https://sites.umgc.edu/library/libhow/bibliography_tutor
ial.cfm
If your article has an abstract DO NOT CUT AND PASTE IT AND
SUBMIT IT. That is plagiarism and will result in an investigation
of your paper for a possible violation of the university’s
academic integrity policy. Read the article and do your own
summary.
This assignment can be time consuming so do not let it get away
from you. If you have any questions please email your instructor
sooner rather than later. The rubric for the Annotated
Bibliography is available at the end of these instructions.
You will find a sample Annotated Bibliography in the module
labeled “Sample Assignments.” You may not use the articles
from the sample. Additionally, the sample assignment is meant
as a guideline as to what an ‘A’ paper is and is not intended to
be a ‘perfect’ assignment.
Assignments must be submitted as a Word document. This
means that the file name will end in .doc as in the following
example: Johnson_Annotated_Bibliography.doc
If there is a problem with this requirement, contact me.
Krakovsky, Marina. “The New Jobs: As automation takes on more and more tasks, what will
human workers do?” Communications of the ACM 61, no. 1 (January 2018): 21-23. Accessed
January 23, 2018. OneSearch: Computers & Applied Sciences Complete.
http://eds.b.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.umuc.edu/eds/Citations/FullTextLinkClick?sid=7162b7ab5b02-40d8-b4fd-ea7686029457@sessionmgr102&vid=0&id=pdfFullText.
This article from Communication of the ACM (Association of Computing Machinery) explores
some of the job markets most at risk as we enter a new phase of workplace automation, as well
as the potential job markets that should see growth during this same time. The author brings up
an increasing trepidation in the workplace as automation has begun to cross over from the labor
sector into the professional sector. Studies are cited that give data concerning jobs lost to
automation over nearly three decades, its effect on job turnover versus unemployment, and the
effect of the increase in job productivity due to technology on employment. The article points out
that on top of an increase in unemployment due to automation related job loss, the number of
workers that then transfer into lower paying jobs in the retail and service sectors has an overall
negative effect on the economy and crime rate. The article places some importance on the need
to create jobs that are not just for those with four year degrees, because too large of a portion of
society lack them. The author indicates that many believe there should be an emphasis towards
using automation for only the most menial tasks while allowing humans to take up jobs that can
leverage the data that automation has provided, with the nuance and social abilities that only
humans can currently provide. Programming frameworks are used as an example of a type of
automation that can then be used by lower level computer programmers to handle the smaller
tasks required in order to keep a website running smoothly. The author also notes that while
there may be some expanding job markets due to automation, there is a problem with the
income that these jobs will provide, especially when the people that do these lower level jobs
will likely be surrounded by a local economy dominated by the higher wages of the lead
programmers, making it difficult for them to provide themselves a comfortable, affordable living
situation. This article provides a very basic overview of the current situation regarding
automation related employment issues and provides some strong resources regarding studies
worthy of further research.
Stabile, Donald R. “Automation, workers and union decline: Ben Seligman’s contribution to the
institutional economics of labor.” Labor History 49, no. 3 (August 2008): 275-95. Accessed
January 24, 2018. OneSearch: Complementary Index.
http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.umuc.edu/eds/Citations/FullTextLinkClick?sid=1c4e6e0dd6c3-4600-b6fb-bfa56898f9a4@sessionmgr4009&vid=0&id=pdfFullText.
This article from the journal Labor History is an examination of Ben Seligman, a economist that
worked for a significant portion of time with labor unions before becoming an academic, who
focused a great deal of study on the rise in automation and its effects on workers. The author
covers Seligman’s general biography, from his early academic career and his subsequent work
in a number of labor adjacent areas, before he began working in research for the United Auto
Workers. He then spent a number of years as a professor of economics and published a
number of scholarly articles and seven books, including one textbook. The writer illustrates the
economic schools of thought that Seligman ascribed to, as well as who his contemporaries were
and the economists of the past that influenced Seligman. His time writing about unions and then
working for unions is detailed, and it was during this time that Seligman began detailing the
effects of automation and its constant encroachment into new fields of employment, such as
retail, as well as its effects on unions. The article details how he continued to focus on
automation, its consequences, and the need to prepare for job displacement. The writer
dissects Seligman’s first book, Most Notorious Victory, which was focused entirely on
automation and man’s relationship with automation. The writer believes Seligman’s
observations to be very prescient and that it was Seligman’s extensive background with unions
was a large part of what made such prescience possible. This article does do a good job of
explaining who Seligman was and how he came to develop the opinions that he had, and is
written for a general audience, and it breaks down Seligman’s Most Notorious Victory very well.
For more research into the history of automation and labor, it would seem that Most Notorious
Victory would be required reading.
Choi, Yongjun, and Bud Baker. “The Impact of Automation on Business and Employment in
South Korea.” IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management 14, no. 4 (December 2017): 23-37.
Accessed January 24, 2018. OneSearch: Business Source Complete.
http://eds.b.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.umuc.edu/eds/Citations/FullTextLinkClick?sid=56364b622684-4430-a247-7d40ce5f7d37@sessionmgr103&vid=0&id=pdfFullText.
This article from the IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management focuses on the past, present and
future of automation in The Republic of Korea, more commonly known as South Korea,
(hereafter, Korea). The author illustrates the rather unique set of circumstances present in the
Korean economy and within the Korean workforce. Korea’s manufacturing sector is indicated as
being a strong part of their economic rise following the Korean War. The article goes on to say
that the government invested heavily in education, which led to a more highly skilled workforce
and that workforce has become more expensive as a result. Korea has adopted automation in a
more rapid fashion than in other industrialized nations. The author writes about how major
European manufacturers, currently operating factories in poorer countries with a less expensive
labor market, begin to shift production to automated factories in Europe, and the impact that the
loss in employment will have. Studies are referenced that show the increase in automation will
lead to an increase in the income gap and that the increase in the income gap are at least
partially responsible for an increase in social unrest in certain areas of the world. The article
explains that the Korean government is investing heavily in automation and has also taken
steps to buffer their workforce from being hit too hard in the future. They developed the Korean
Robotics Ethic Charter in 2007 with an emphasis on easing future frictions that may arise
between the populace and the robots that they are going to increasingly be working and living
with. The author believes that the government should revisit the charter, this time with an
emphasis on easing future employment related issues. The author also would like the
government to begin helping lower-skilled manufacturing workers gain new skill sets that will
keep them employed through the future. Overall, Korea has a significantly lower amount of
productivity in their service sector and the author believes that it can be a sector for focused
growth in the future. Overall this article gives a great deal of insight into the unique
circumstances that Korea faces. There is much that can be extrapolated into a larger, global
picture.
Buckingham, Walter. “The Great Employment Controversy.” The Annals of the American
Academy of Political and Social Science no. 340 (1962): 46-52. Accessed January 25, 2018.
OneSearch: JSTOR Journals.
http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.umuc.edu/stable/1033698?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents.
Written in 1962 for The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, this
article provides an account of the thoughts on automation related unemployment in the United
States of America at the time it was written. The writer details some of the earliest steps the
U.S. government undertook in order to better come to grips with the changes that the labor force
were likely to endure in the future. The article acknowledges that there are many fears
associated with automation, but the overall effect of automation is not fully known and supposes
that there could instead be an increase in jobs because of automation. The reasoning here
being that more automation means cheaper goods, which means more consumption. Increased
consumption means more profits, which is reinvested into more automation. By reinvesting into
automation, more people are hired to make more machines. The author says that there are
instances in the past where such a chain of events have occurred, but that there are many other
instances where it has not. The overall benefits of technology for humanity are examined as well
as figures for employment, factory production, and labor immobility. The writer conveys some
worry about certain indicators over the previous three recessions that are used to indicate a
worsening of the damage caused by the recession over the damage caused by the recession
previous to it, as well as a general acceptance amongst the population for a certain amount of
unemployment. The number of new job seekers entering the market as the Baby Boomers start
to finish high school and college only adds to the author’s trepidation. The writer believes that
focusing on rapid growth, creating new job opportunities, and providing job training and
counseling can steer people towards jobs that are less likely to be made redundant, and acting
proactively rather than reactively, can steer the U.S. workforce through future tribulations.
Quotes from executives from some large U.S. corporations are given. The author proposes to
Congress that three steps be undertaken: (1) encouragement and assistance should be given to
displaced workers to undertake additional education; (2) assistance be provided to states to
expand their vocational education programs; (3) encourage labor mobility so that displaced
workers can more easily move to areas of the country where automation is not yet as prevalent.
This article is written for a general audience and provides a great amount of insight into past
fears about the impact of automation on the economy and the proposals being made in order to
rectify job displacement.
Wajcman, Judy. “Automation: Is it really different this time?” British Journal of Sociology 68 (1)
(March 2017): 119-27. Accessed January 25, 2018. OneSearch: PsycINFO.
http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.umuc.edu/eds/Citations/FullTextLinkClick?sid=35f30534b913-4ca4-8c17-cd4f72424978@sessionmgr4007&vid=4&id=pdfFullText.
This article from The British Journal of Sociology reviews four books written on the subject of
automation and its effect on the labor market. The author writes about how there have been
scares in the past as to how automation will transform the workforce, the underlying message of
all four of these books is, “This time it is different.” The first book reviewed is Martin Ford’s The
Rise of the Robots. The book is wide in scope, covering how automation will touch jobs in every
sector, rather than just focusing on the traditional manufacturing sector. Ford says that the
game changers this time around is the rise of information technology (IT), as it is now highly
skilled jobs that are being done through automation. The author says that Ford concentrates
more on anecdotes of the massive amounts of data and processing that computers are capable
of now, rather than on hard data. The author is critical of Ford for this and for quoting a 2015
study that the author claims has been widely derided. The next book reviewed is Richard
Susskind and Daniel Susskind’s The Future of the Professions: How Technology Will Transform
the Work of Human Experts. The author finds their book to be even more dramatic than Ford’s,
as they believe that there are a large number of jobs, including their own, that are at risk of
being lost to the Internet Age. Jobs such as teachers, architects, and lawyers, while not being
completely automated, are going to see drastic changes in the near future. They believe that
many specialized fields are about to be dominated by non-specialists operating machines with
the required expertise. They point to the positives that this can bring to society, primarily being
the elimination of flawed human judgement from the system. The author points out that there
have been numerous examples of artificial intelligence (AI) bearing the flaws and biases of their
programmers as an argument against just how close we are to this event. The author also
indicates how much of the work that they feel best handled by machines is already being done
by lower-skilled workers of a sort and argues that perhaps if those job sectors got the attention
that robotics and AI currently get, those jobs might see a great amount of growth.The third book
reviewed is Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee’s The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress,
and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies, where they promote the notion that the most
efficient future comes from human and machines working closely together. The author finds this
book to be the best of the four, as it does agree with the general notion of a number of
professions being completely eliminated by automation, but focuses more on how the correct
policy can allow people to live more creative lives free from labor. Government focus on
education and infrastructure is key for the authors. The fourth book, John Urry’s What Is the
Future? Is a bit of a departure from the other three, as it focuses on the need for social
scientists to take the forefront of the debate. It examines the futures that have been dreamed up
in the past and points to a strong uptick in recent works, from 2003 to the present, that have a
strong negative view towards our possible future. It is argued that this is where social planners
need to step up and fill the void by providing society with concrete examples of what a more
automated future could really look like. This article is written for a general audience and covers
a wide variety of topics on the subject of automation and the future.
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There is a wealth of information available in the traditional
formats of books, journals, and newspapers. UMGC’s library
subscribes to many databases that contain such resources,
which are available in electronic format.
For this assignment, you will do a search of the UMGC Library’s
databases for Five (5) articles in scholarly (peer-reviewed)
journals on your chosen topic. Each citation should be between
250-300 words each.
To access the UMGC Library, click on Resources in the
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For help with this you should review this source from the UMGC
Writing Center: https://www.umgc.edu/currentstudents/learning-resources/writing-center/writingresources/evaluating-sources.cfm.
Select a topic that will form the basis for your Annotated
Bibliography and Annotated Webliography (your Annotated
Webliography is due in Week 7). You should choose some topic
that deals with some aspect of world history to 1500. This
covers a broad area so you can use your imagination. For
example, you could cover Egyptian Agriculture, medieval
weaponry, or Roman aqueducts to name a few. If you are unsure
whether your topic is acceptable, you should run it by your
instructor for approval.
Provide a complete citation for the site, including the URL and
your date of access. Note that the required citation style is
Chicago Manual of Style. For an example of what elements to
include in your citation, go to Course Content and review the
resources in the Chicago Style module. In the Sample Citations
section, look under Online Journal Articles and note that you
need to provide the name of the database you found the article
in and your date of access. Submit your paper in MS Word or
docx format.
Analytical Annotated Bibliography Components:
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source in correct Chicago Manual of Style documentation.
2. A brief description of the author’s topic, thesis, and
methodology. In other words, in what academic discipline does
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studies, cultural studies, etc.)? What kind of evidence does the
author draw upon?
3. A concise outline of the main points in the text.
4. A statement about the author’s goals and his/her intended
audience. Are there any clear biases?
5. MOST IMPORTANTLY–Your critical evaluation of the text’s
usefulness for the investigation of your topic. What are the
strengths of the source? What are the deficiencies or limitations
of the source?
6. Did the article help you to further understand the topic? If so,
explain how. If not, explain what information might have been
helpful.
7. Explain how each of your sources compares to the others. Are
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articles?
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labeled “Sample Assignments.” You may not use the articles
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example: Johnson_Annotated_Bibliography.doc
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the others
(general
trends that
you see in
your books
and articles).
_____
Credible &
Academicall
y Acceptable
_____
Writing:
1. Well
constructed
sentences.
Credible &
2. Correct
Academicall spelling,
y Acceptable grammar,
punctuation,
_____
and
appropriate
Writing:
word choice.
1. Well
constructed
sentences.
2. Correct
spelling,
grammar,
punctuation,
and
appropriate
word choice.
Source 2
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Criterion
Score
Source 2
Source 2
is worth
up to 50
points
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Annotation
and Citation
perfectly
carries out
all
requirement
s.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 1 or 2
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 3 or 4
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 5-7
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with
abundant
minor errors.
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
See Source 1 OR
for review of
requirement 1 subfield of
Analysis
s.
needs
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
OR
OR
2 subfields
of Analysis
need
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
Areas of
/ 50
Annotation
and Citation
exhibit
abundant
minor errors,
and Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
OR
3 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
_____
_____
strengthenin
See Source 1 See Source 1 g while
for review of for review of other areas
requirement requirement of
s.
s.
Annotation
and Citation
are
reasonably
strong.
OR
Criterion
Score
OR
4 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
strengthenin
g.
OR
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source 3
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Criterion
Score
Source 3
Source 3
is worth
up to 50
points
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Annotation
and Citation
perfectly
carries out
all
requirement
s.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 1 or 2
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 3 or 4
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 5-7
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with
abundant
minor errors.
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
See Source 1 OR
for review of
requirement 1 subfield of
Analysis
s.
needs
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
OR
OR
2 subfields
of Analysis
need
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
Areas of
/ 50
Annotation
and Citation
exhibit
abundant
minor errors,
and Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
OR
3 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
_____
_____
strengthenin
See Source 1 See Source 1 g while
for review of for review of other areas
requirement requirement of
s.
s.
Annotation
and Citation
are
reasonably
strong.
OR
Criterion
Score
OR
4 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
strengthenin
g.
OR
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source 4
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Criterion
Score
Source 4
Source 5
is worth
up to 50
points
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Annotation
and Citation
perfectly
carries out
all
requirement
s.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 1 or 2
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 3 or 4
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 5-7
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with
abundant
minor errors.
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
See Source 1 OR
for review of
requirement 1 subfield of
Analysis
s.
needs
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
OR
OR
2 subfields
of Analysis
need
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
Areas of
/ 50
Annotation
and Citation
exhibit
abundant
minor errors,
and Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
OR
3 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
_____
_____
strengthenin
See Source 1 See Source 1 g while
for review of for review of other areas
requirement requirement of
s.
s.
Annotation
and Citation
are
reasonably
strong.
OR
Criterion
Score
OR
4 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
strengthenin
g.
OR
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source 5
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Criterion
Score
Source 5
Source 5
is worth
up to 50
points
A+
50 points
A
45 points
B
40 points
C
35 points
D
30 points
F
0 points
Annotation
and Citation
perfectly
carries out
all
requirement
s.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 1 or 2
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 3 or 4
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with 5-7
minor errors
total.
All areas of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong
with
abundant
minor errors.
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
See Source 1 OR
for review of
requirement 1 subfield of
Analysis
s.
needs
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
OR
OR
2 subfields
of Analysis
need
strengthenin
g while all
other areas
of
Annotation
and Citation
are strong.
Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
Areas of
/ 50
Annotation
and Citation
exhibit
abundant
minor errors,
and Citation
does not
resemble
Chicago
Style.
OR
3 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
_____
_____
strengthenin
See Source 1 See Source 1 g while
for review of for review of other areas
requirement requirement of
s.
s.
Annotation
and Citation
are
reasonably
strong.
OR
Criterion
Score
OR
4 or more
subfields of
Analysis
need
strengthenin
g.
OR
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Source is not
credible &
academically
acceptable.
_____
See Source 1
for review of
requirement
s.
Total
/ 250
Overall Score
A+
A: Superior
B: Exceeds
C: Meets
D: Below
F: Failing
250 points
minimum
225 points
minimum
Expectations
Expectations
Expectations
200 points
minimum
175 points
minimum
150 points
minimum
0 points
minimum

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