Find this book at UBC Education Library. Call number LB 1590.3  L34 2018.

KOREAN

AZ103 T642 2018
퇴근길 인문학 수업. 전환 : 지금 과는 다른 시선 으로 나 를 돌아보기 / 백상 경제 연구원 편저

BJ1594.5 K6 S59 2018
뼈 있는 아무 말 대잔치 / 신 영준, 고 영성 지음

BL2240 P63 P63 2018
보천교 다시 보다 / 노 종상 [and six others].

DC33.8 C46 2018
시크 : 하다 : 이기적 이어서 행복한 프랑스 소확행 인문학 관찰 에세이 / 조 승연 지음

DS922.445 A128 2017
5.18 10일간 의 야전 병원 : 전남 대학교 병원 5.18 민주화 운동 의료 활동집 / 조 영국 [and many others].

PL991.3 T63 H36 2018
하늘 은 맑건만 / 현 덕 소설 ; 이 지연 그림

PL980.15 F65 P3 2018
파인 다이닝 / 최 은영, 황 시운, 윤 이형, 이 은선, 김 이환, 노 희준, 서 유미

PL994.24 W3 H3 2018
하마터면 열심히 살 뻔했다 : 야매 득도 에세이 / 하 완 지음

PL994.89 S65 K3 2018
감상 소설 : 양 선형 소설집


JAPANESE

BQ4570 S7 T36 2018
廃仏毀釈とその前史 : 檀家制度・民間信仰・排仏論 / 圭室諦成

D767.25 H6 I535 2018
アメリカの原爆神話と情報操作 : 「広島」を歪めたNYタイムズ記者とハーヴァード学長 / 井上泰浩

HQ1762 S5285 2018
少子高齢時代の女性と家族 : パネルデータから分かる日本のジェンダーと親子関係の変容 / 津谷典子 [and 3 others] 編著

JV8721 N57 2018
トランスナショナリズム論序說 : 移民・沖縄・国家 / 西原和久著

NB1880 J3 K63 2018
古代日本と朝鮮の石碑文化 / 小倉慈司, 三上喜孝編.

PL735 K365 2018
能鑑賞二百六十一番 : 現行謡曲解題 / 金子直樹

PL872.5 U727 N3 2018
名もなき王国 / 倉数茂

PN2924.5 R34 T228 2018
本日の高座 : 演芸写真家が見つめる現在と未来 / 橘蓮二

WA308 T57163 2018
家族の秘密 / セルジュ・ティスロン著 ; 阿部又一郎訳.


INDIC

GR307 N4 V33 2017
Nepālako lokakathāsaṅgraha / Karuṇākara Vaidya.

PK1718 R3119 A55 2017
Satyajīta Rāyakā kathā / lekhaka, Satyajīta Rāya ; anuvādaka, Khagendra Saṅgraulā

PK2597.5 R444 2017
Khojīmelī / Śiva Regmī.

PK2598 B43 Z458 2017
Kavi Bhānubhaktako jīvanacaritra : bhaktamālā, praśnottaramālā, vadhūśikshā ra phūṭakara racanāharūsahita / Motīrāma Bhaṭṭa, Sūryavikrama Jñavālī.

PK2598 J595 V57 2017
Vīra caritra : pahilo Nepālī upanyāsa / Girīśavallabha Jośī.

PK2598 M2527 B57 2017
Birsiekā satya : upanyāsa / Numeśa Ghartī Magara.

PK2598 R33558 P35 2018
Pāī : kathāsaṅgraha / Rājava

U55 B283 A3 2017
Sipāhīko jindagī / Cinīyābahādura Basnyāta.


CHINESE

DS754 L53 2018
清代史事軼聞 : 《悔逸齋筆乘》與《名人軼事》合刊 / 李岳瑞、佚名原著;蔡登山主編

DS776.4 W45 2018
民初大總統爭奪戰 / 魏得勝著

NK1069 T3 H8 2018
他者視線下的地方美感 : 大英博物館藏臺灣文物 / 胡家瑜, 歐尼基編著

PL2264 C4469 2017
从鲁迅到张爱玲 : 文学史内外 / 陈子善著

PL2516.5 S34 X53 2017
弦歌 / 郝景芳, 贾煜等著

PL2623 J596 2017
记住乡愁, 就是记住春天 : 2015-2016 “散文海外版”精品集 / 贾平凹, 迟子建等著

PL2780 F4 Z536 2018
巴金的魅力 / 陈思和著

PL2933 E5266 Z4 2018 v.1-2
主角 / 陈彦著.

PL2951.5 Y8 L823 2018
綠色. 第二卷 / 歐陽昱

Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships

Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC)

Full-Time, Ongoing General Librarian position with 5 year renewable Head term

Anticipated Start Date: June 3, 2019

 

INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT/LANDSCAPE:

When the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) report was published in June 2015, it documented a devastating history of abuse and neglect of Indigenous children. Non-Indigenous Canadians were confronted with the stark reality of the nation’s history as experienced by Indigenous peoples. It provided a sobering look at Canada’s history and a meaningful context for the complex reality many Indigenous people face today, including relationships between Indigenous peoples and non-Indigenous Canadians. Despite the work of the TRC, Canadians remain largely unaware of this history or its lasting effects. To respond to the need for more informed understandings, UBC is establishing the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre (IRSHDC).

The IRSHDC at the University of British Columbia will provide access for former Indian Residential School students, their families, and communities to information and records of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and other sources for education and public information. The Centre will also support research and dialogue about IRS history and its legacies and bring together UBC researchers and educators with community-based experts to address key questions that underline economic development, health, and sustainability of Indigenous communities in British Columbia and across the country.

The design and development of the IRSHDC’s digital infrastructure privileges open, transparent and pluralistic design principles, collaborative development, and the incorporation of Indigenous research methodologies. The IRSHDC strives to provide those affected by the Indian Residential School (IRS) system, community and academic collaborators, with platforms designed to support partnership building, aid in improving understanding, and contribute to meaningful and effective dialogue.

The IRSHDC has an important, ongoing role in strategic initiatives in Indigenous research and knowledge organization, and the role of the Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships is critical to that function. The nature and scope of this position may evolve as the IRSHDC grows and establishes its internal and external relationships and research program.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITY:

The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships has responsibility to work with the IRSHDC Academic Director in overall strategic leadership, visioning, planning, development and implementation of systems, programs and services to meet the Centre’s goals. This position has responsibility for working with the Academic Director in planning and developing the IRSHDC operating budget, special funds, and securing grants and partnerships; facilitating the effective use of the budget to meet the Centre’s mandate. As the digital lead, this position is responsible for the strategic leadership of people, services, and operations in the ongoing development and implementation of IRSHDC collection management and interactive systems, content collections, reference services and user spaces. The scope of this position includes the organization, administration, and operation of the IRSHDC information infrastructure, for the development of its collections, and digital infrastructure and systems, for the provision of effective reference, for instruction and for outreach to partners on and off campus, and Indigenous and archives, library, gallery, museum and information communities and organizations in Canada and abroad. This position is responsible for developing partnerships with stakeholders internal and external to the

University in support of the IRSHDC’s mandate and work. This position facilitates effective digital content and systems collaborations between internal and external partners. This role is responsible for engaging in ongoing research and teaching in the areas of digital records, digital systems design and development, and policy to ensure the IRSHDC is operating at the forefront in these areas.

QUALIFICATIONS:

REQUIRED

A graduate degree from an accredited school of Library, Archival and Information Science and experience in information management and/or information & collection systems development and implementation, is required, including working with archival records and digital media collections, developing and managing digital information systems, including policy development and digital preservation and experience in developing data models and system requirements.

A proven record of successful strategic leadership, visioning and implementation of ideas and programs, preferably, within a large academic research environment, through the development and management of effective and collaborative working relationships and partnerships with internal and external stakeholders is necessary.

Knowledge of data access issues and applications, metadata standards, tools and systems is required. Knowledge of Indigenous and IRS histories, initiatives and materials, and related intellectual property issues and community access protocols, intellectual property laws and relevant knowledge management issues is required. Demonstrated effective administrative, management and leadership skills through progressively responsible work experiences.

Excellence in verbal and written communication skills. Experience managing complex budgets. Dedication to cultivating an inclusive environment that recognizes barriers faced by people and encourages and incorporates contributions from diverse groups and individuals is necessary.

Experience engaging with First Nations peoples and/or communities, demonstrated First Nations cultural competency including knowledge of Indian Residential School system, and prior work with Survivors of schools and their families, is required. If candidate does not have adequate experience and cultural competency with First Nations peoples, professional development requirements to achieve proven competency may be a requirement imposed during the probationary period.

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships reports to the University Librarian and works under the general direction of the Academic Director of the IRSHDC. The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous directly and indirectly supervises a team of professionals including librarians and archivists and M&P staff and provides indirect supervision of CUPE 2950 and student employees The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships consults with the Academic Director concerning the budget for systems development, collections, ordering and processing of materials, and collection development and preservation; financial and facilities matters; systems issues; human resources; and development. The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships cooperates with Heads and AULs in the UBC Library and information spaces in the provision of services and the development of collections and digital systems, and ensures that relevant issues are discussed with the Academic Director. The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships works with various

Indigenous and non-Indigenous academic concentrations across UBC, including First Nations and Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Research Support Initiative, First Nations and Endangered Languages, the First Nations Curriculum Concentration at the iSchool, the Centre for Teaching and Learning Technologies, etc. The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships consults with other members of the UBC information community (e.g. library, archives), First Nations House of Learning, community members, and an advisory committee. The Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships also works in developing and fostering partnerships with relevant external organizations and community partners. The nature and scope of this position may change as the IRSHDC opens and establishes its role within the University and beyond.

DUTIES:

  • Provides vision and leadership for the IRSHDC collections, data models and formats, and ongoing digital infrastructure and systems development upon which the effectiveness of the Centre
  • Develops and implements strategies, goals, and objectives in collaboration with the Academic Director, that support the IRSHDC mandate, UBC Aboriginal Strategic Plan and UBC Strategic Plan, and are responsive to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to
  • In collaboration with the Academic Director assesses the needs of IRSHDC users by consulting broadly with IRS survivors, UBC’s Indigenous community and faculty, researchers, staff and students engaged in First Nations research and Maintains knowledge of curriculum changes, program development, and new areas of research. Leads in the development of content, services and programs in response to expressed needs.
  • Provides leadership in planning and developing the IRSHDC operating budget in collaboration with the Academic Director. Allocates and monitors resources by setting unit priorities, allocating funds/human resources and monitoring expenditures
  • Provides leadership and directly and indirectly supervises a team of professionals including librarians and archivists and M&P staff and provides indirect supervision of CUPE 2950 and student employees, including performance reviews, development and review of job descriptions and annual setting of goals and objectives; lead unit recruitment and
  • Liaises with internal and external partners such as the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation at the University of Manitoba, Library and Archives Canada, other University information systems and UBC Library staff (e.g., RBSC and digital infrastructure) regarding coordinated management of digital and physical collections, including long-term preservation and rights management
  • Strategic leadership to the ongoing development of the IRSHDC communications and promotions; liaising with the Communications Strategist and IRSHDC team to ensure development of materials and programs
  • Engages in ongoing research and teaching in the areas of digital records, digital systems design and development, and information policy; maintains awareness of trends and advances in digital and interactive systems and evaluates their application to the IRSHDC and UBC more broadly
  • Leads and participates in projects, working groups and committees related to areas of responsibility
  • Leads the IRSHDC in data governance and digital strategy, liaising with key University stakeholders (e.g. Chief Data Officer, UBC Legal, UBC Librarian)
  • Leads in the development of data sharing agreements with external partners; facilitates the acquisition and management of partner data and records
  • Oversees the development of collections ensuring ongoing stakeholder consultation and engagement with UBC Libraries (e.g. Technical Services, Xwi7xwa Library, Digital Initiatives, )
  • Leads in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, models, standards, technologies and processes that ensure the data and records are treated as high value assets
  • Participates in the long-term planning and development of the IRSHDC, assessment of resource requirements and annual budgeting
  • In collaboration with the Academic Director sets and implements the Centre’s strategic priorities. Plans, organizes and manages the people, services and operation of the IRSHDC to enable the successful fulfilment of its mission and Creates a supportive environment for the staff at the IRSHDC. Plans for employee development and training by determining the needs of the unit including individual staff needs. Allocates resources for training and development.
  • Participates in curriculum support and program development, maintaining liaison with faculty and CTLT, participating in departmental and faculty meetings as
  • Works with UBC Library Technical Services in the development of descriptive systems that are based in Indigenous Knowledge
  • Develops and maintains a plan for collection development and curation that maximizes the strategic value of the IRSHDC systems and collections and leverages relationships with other facilities and partners to support collection development and access
  • Develops and maintains a good knowledge of IRS and Indigenous issues, concerns, and programs to ensure that the IRSHDC continues to meet the needs of UBC faculty, staff, and students, and IRS and survivor Indigenous communities and organizations
  • Liaises with IRS survivors and community members to develop access and reference systems to NCTR and IRS related records and information, and provides professional and technical advice as appropriate. Provides leadership with Indigenous librarians, archivists, information managers, and researchers by participation in Indigenous and information management
  • Leads and participates in projects, working groups and committees related to areas of responsibility
  • Promotes and fosters a supportive and open environment built on appreciation, recognition, learning and professional growth; works to build a team environment built on positive working relationships, provides guidance and resources to teams while trusting them to
  • Supports fundraising initiatives for the IRSHDC and participates in the preparation of grant requests and administration of grants. Initiates involvement with the University Development Office as appropriate opportunities occur.
  • Participates in professional and university wide initiatives; represents the IRSHDC and acts as a delegate for the Academic Director as requested

TERMS OF APPOINTMENT AND SALARY:

This position will be filled as a full-time, ongoing General Librarian position with a five year renewable administrative term as Director, IRSHDC Digital, Strategic & Indigenous Partnerships. If eligible and qualified, the successful applicant may be appointed with a confirmed appointment. Otherwise, there will be an initial three-year probationary appointment. Normally, such an appointment is reviewed by the end of the second year of the appointment, and a recommendation is made at that time to grant or not to grant a confirmed appointment.

Salary will be commensurate with experience and academic/professional qualifications.

Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Applications will include: a letter of application that includes a statement of citizenship/immigration status and indicates the candidate’s education, training and work experience in the areas listed above; a detailed and current curriculum vitae.

To view the complete job description and to submit an application, please visit the UBC Careers page at http://www.hr.ubc.ca/careers-postings/faculty.php by midnight on May 1, 2019.

 

 

The Six Cedar Trees book features the core competencies, each represented by an animal (bear, beaver, orca, raven, salmon and wolf) from the Pacific Northwest Coast. The Large Poster includes the prompts from the book which support the core competencies, as well as the image of each featured animal. The set of six Mini Posters is designed for use with the whole class and the language has been structured to reflect group conversation: “Today we can connect with…” The Mini Posters can be displayed individually to focus on a selected core competency, or can be used as a group.

The bundle includes:
• The book, The Six Cedar Trees
• Large Poster for individual self-reflection
• Mini posters designed for use with a group

Beautifully illustrated animals by Coast Salish artist/author Celestine Aleck.

Cultural edits for the animal characteristics in the book, The Six Cedar Trees, by Celestine Aleck and Terri Mack.

Additional Information
The Six Cedar Trees is adapted from The Four Stones, an original story by Laurie Bayly, a teacher and counsellor with the Greater Victoria School District. Bayly’s story is based on SD61’s Aboriginal Enhancement Agreement, The Spirit of Alliances.

(From: Strong Nations website)

Connect the core competencies with The Six Cedars Trees book and poster set in your classroom!  Available in both French and English.

Image courtesy: Simon Fraser University (SFU) Library

 

Last month, SFU, UBC, Langara, KPU, Douglas, VCC and JIBC participated in the yearly Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week event comprised of presentations followed by a discussion about the value of “fair dealing in a modern Canadian context and highlighting the perspectives of diverse copyright stakeholders”.

 

Watch the archived event Balancing the scales: The role of fair dealing in Canada (Parts One, Two, Three and Four)

 

Explore related items in cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository via UBC Library’s Open Collections portal:

 

 

Canadian copyright legislation and archival material

 

The acquisition of literary papers in Canada

 

Building open cultures: the Commons in a digitally networked environment

 

Moral rights of authors in international copyright of the 21st century: time for consolidation?

 

Application of the right of reproduction to the internet: should browsing be considered copyright infringement?

 

Digitally archiving Hula-related objects

 

Developing countries and the international copyright regime: the neglected issue of cultural survival

 

Contested rights in cyberspace

 

UBC Library: Fall update

 

The Failure of Access: Rethinking Open Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Librarians play a critical role in the research lifecycle at UBC.

See how at the article: Unique skillset makes librarians vital to medical research at UBC.

https://about.library.ubc.ca/2019/03/26/unique-skillset-makes-librarians-vital-to-medical-research-at-ubc/

The Tremaine Arkley Croquet Collection contains 1,483 paintings, illustrations, engravings, advertisements, photographs and other ephemera depicting the game of croquet, dating from the 1760s to the 1950s. Tremaine Arkley, formerly a U.S. National Croquet Team player, donated the collection to UBC Library in 2011, with a second accrual in 2013. Funding for digitization was provided by Tremaine and Gail Arkley. The collection went online in early 2014, and a second phase of digitization was completed in August 2014.

Here are some of our favourite images from the collection. And if you haven’t already, follow us on Twitter @DigitizeUBC, where we frequently feature images from the Tremaine Arkley Croquet Collection on Fridays!

The collection contains many advertisements illustrating croquet – including these ads for croquet equipment, lawnmowers, and self-adjusting buckles:

Fuller, Edmond. Jacques croquet mallets and requisites, 1915.

Excelsior lawn mower, [between 1890 and 1899?].

Self adjusting buckles, 1876.

 

One strength of the collection is its depiction of 19th and early 20th century gender roles, because croquet was one of the first sports men and women played together.

Seidman Photo Service. [Photograph depicting a man and a woman playing croquet], 1896.

The momentous question, 1872.

E.H.S. Adversaries, 1929.

 

There are nearly 500 postcards in the collection, mainly showing games of croquet at various locations – from croquet grounds to beaches to hotels:

The croquet grounds, [between 1910 and 1919?].

Sur la plage, [between 1910 and 1919?].

Avondene Private Hotel, 1913.

 

The collection also contains 41 stereographs. If you’re curious about why there are two nearly-identical images side by side, you can check out our previous blog post about how stereographs work here.

[Stereograph depicts two women playing croquet], 1906.

 

Finally, we love these depictions of animals playing croquet:

[Illustration depicting bears playing croquet], 1912.

[Painting depicting cats playing croquet], 1919.

Do you have any favourite images from the Tremaine Arkley Croquet Collection? Let us know in the comments!

References

 

Librarian Ursula Ellis and researcher Kirsten Marchand.

UBC librarians are expert searchers, organizers and analyzers — and this unique set of skills is making them indispensable to medical research at UBC.

In the spring of 2018, The Canadian Institute of Health Research funded twenty-two grants through the Opioid Crisis Knowledge Synthesis Operating grant. This $1.85 million dollar grant aimed to address the pressing evidence needs of knowledge users within the context of the Canadian Drugs and Substances Strategy and help tackle the most urgent elements of the opioid crisis, including opioid-related mortality rates.

Librarians make grant applications more successful

UBC researchers received six of the twenty-two grants awarded nationally. Of those, five received some kind of librarian support. “The literature tells us that librarians’ involvement makes grant applications more successful, particularly in the area of systematic reviews,” says Aleteia Greenwood, Head of Woodward Library. “It is gratifying to see that this held true in this particular competition.”   

A systematic review, and similar review types such as scoping reviews, provide a complete, exhaustive summary of current evidence relevant to a research question. Systematic reviews help researchers identify inconsistencies and gaps in diverse evidence to define future research needs. Surfacing the relevant literature can be a challenge and it is in this area that librarians are able to make a significant impact.

Researcher Kirsten Marchand consulted the expertise of librarian Ursula Ellis to conduct a scoping review exploring how principles of patient-centered care can be applied to the treatment of people with opioid use disorder as a complement to pharmacological treatment. “Our team of health care providers, advocates and researchers was already doing work in this area of patient-centered care, but we had never done a systematic review on the topic,” she says, “Ursula was extremely helpful to us at the proposal stage, walking us through the mechanics of building a search strategy to demonstrate feasibility. She was instrumental in the refining and framing of our research question and identifying key search terms.” Once the project was funded, Ellis continued to provide support on the project, helping to tweak and refine the search strategy. “We are so immensely grateful to Ursula,” says Marchand, “I feel that her work with me went beyond providing education and support, she was really making scientific contributions in helping to think through our study design and research question.”

 

Dr. Jan Klimas and his team at the BC Centre for Substance Use turned to librarian Dean Giustini for his expertise in search strategy when putting together a systematic review looking at patient characteristics that are predictive of whether someone will go into prescription opioid addiction when they are prescribed opioids for pain for the first time. “Dean’s contributions were essential in moving our project forward,” he says, “He helped us refine which search terms would best pick up studies about predictive factors. This is a very tricky thing – these are not clinical trials. The types of studies we were looking for are not well-indexed and can be difficult to surface.”

UBC librarians offer customized workshops and training for researchers

When putting together a realist review that explores how online solutions might help improve the system of care and decrease opioid-related mortality, Dr. Mohammadali Nikoo on behalf of Addictions and Concurrent Disorders (ACD) Research Group led by Michael Krausz reached out to librarians Helen Brown and Vanessa Kitchin for support. “Helen helped us in the proposal stage in creating a search strategy and once the project was underway, Vanessa demonstrated a mock literature review for our team, helping us get an idea of what we needed to do. She’s been available for consultation throughout the project— it has been a very positive experience for us.”

“UBC librarians are helping to surface knowledge that might remain hidden or require significant resources on the part of the researcher,” says Lea Starr, UBC Associate University Librarian in charge of Research. “This allows researchers to demonstrate that the research undertaken will have an impact, and will directly correspond to the need.”

As for future research, Marchand, Klimas and Nikoo all consider librarian consultation an integral part of the research lifecycle and plan to build librarian consultation into future research. “In this new era of fast-paced information that is emerging, I think the librarian’s role is becoming more and more important,” says Nikoo, “We are looking forward to more collaboration in the future.”

To arrange for a systematic review consultation, please complete this form and send it to your subject librarian.

Attend one of UBC Library’s monthly Systematic Review workshops.

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE1149 .B76 2018
Craig Brown & Andrew Mercer, Introduction to Canadian Insurance Law, 4th ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2018).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE5015 .D42 2018
Paul Daly & Léonid Sirota, eds., A Decade of Dunsmuir, A decade of Dunsmuir (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2018).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KEB533 .B75 2018
Keith Bracken et al, eds., British Columbia Courtroom Procedure, 2d ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2018).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KEO240 .L57 2019
Randy K. Lippert, Condo Conquest: Urban Governance, Law, and Condoization in New York City and Toronto (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2019).
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