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A ‘Reflective report upon a 20 hour professional development experience in relation to their continuing professional development needs

| January 7, 2015

Project description

This section is your own personal reflection upon your experience. Try to look beyond the experience and consider what you have learned and how you have (have not) changed as a result.

Introduce your area of concern (moment of doubt), the specific focus for development and your chosen experience. Why is it relevant, what did you hope to achieve?

Identify 2 or 3 critical moments when you actively engaged in reflective practice, the process you went through (questioning, reframing, testing, evaluating) and how you changed / what you learned.

Consider how you thought, felt and acted. What did you do? What changed? What might you do differently in future?

Conclude by considering how reflective practice may influence CPD in future.

My professional experience is based on gymnastics to key stage 3,4 children young age year 8,9,10,11

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There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.

| January 7, 2015

Project description

Theory of Knowledge Essay

What are the key words & terms that need pinning down?

The command term in the prescribed title is neutral question. A quick look in any dictionary will give you a workable definition of this word – its essential meaning is unbiased, non- partisan, or something that does not take sides.

In other words, the prescribed title is suggesting that questions within the different areas of knowledge lead us in a certain direction, and have some sort of agenda. These are known as leading questions, and are well known in the legal world, where witnesses are often asked questions designed to produce a particular answer that confirms what the questioner wants to prove. Gathering knowledge in this way can also be termed confirmation bias.

The essay is therefore suggesting, that all questions are leading questions, and that it isnt possible to ask or investigate knowledge without having a preconceived notion of what you want to find.

b. What knowledge issues & associated WOKs/AOKs could be explored?

For both of your chosen areas of knowledge, you should assess whether questions typically asked, issues explored, or research carried out are done so with or without an agenda. Your knowledge claim and counterclaim should be looking at both sides of this position.

The obvious AOK that comes to mind is the natural sciences, which in theory should be involved in the acquisition of objective, non-biased knowledge, but which is, at the same time, also built on the investigation of hypotheses. Scientists do not spend their time blindly investigating natural phenomena, they generally have an idea that they want confirmed or not (either way, this doesnt seem to be neutral knowledge).

Human sciences might also work well; indeed, theres often even more of an agenda in human sciences (think about politics, statistics, economics, social planning, etc.). But given that its always best to choose contrasting AOKs, it might be better to include only one of the sciences.

Its not just the areas of knowledge that deal with hard knowledge that could work well for this question. Ethical questions are often asked in order to confirm ones own moral outlook; artistic work is generally inspired by an artist, writer, or musicians own experiences and outlooks; and so on.

c. What sort of real life situations could be drawn on?

In support of the assertion in the prescribed title, you need to present examples of how knowledge is produced in order to confirm a certain opinion or interest. This may be done consciously (for example, groups who fund scientific research designed to produce just one outcome, statistical data that supports a pre-determined answer; historical investigations that are carried out in order to confirm a hunch about the past), or unconsciously (the reason for confirmation bias may be subconscious, and reflect the society or background from which we come without us being fully aware of it). Sometimes the areas of knowledge overlap, and questions asked in one are explored using evidence taken from another.

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For counterclaims, real life situations should support the idea that its possible to look for knowledge without having a particular agenda. This sort of research or knowledge production could be prompted, for example, by other discoveries, leading us to venture into fields that we werent intending to investigate, or by unexpected inspirations or random occurrences.

d. Which perspectives and implications could be considered?

Youll be considering different perspectives when you address the motives for asking questions in a biased way; at the same time, youll have to bear them in mind when you think about the possibility of not being swayed by biases (either ones based on personal knowledge, or ones based on shared knowledge). An evaluation of the extent to which this is true in the areas of knowledge you have identified

One implication of the title is that if it is impossible to ask a neutral question, it may also be impossible to acquire unbiased, objective knowledge. If all questions are asked for a reason, then perhaps the knowledge that we receive is always influenced by self-interested groups, organizations and individuals. Youll need to think about whether or not thats true, and what it means for our search for truth.

e. What are the difficulties and challenges of the question?

Although it may seem at first sight that this is a prescribed title that is easy to refute, the more you explore the different areas of knowledge, the more you find that it is very difficult to escape the kind of biases that produce leading questions. So one difficulty might be that its hard to counter the claim within the prescribed title.

You could argue that the search for knowledge is in itself an agenda: as soon as you ask a question, you cease to be looking for knowledge in a neutral way. If you subscribe to this view, then it would be virtually impossible to counter the claim in the prescribed title.

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Comparing the Organizational Structure of Nonprofit Organizations and For Profit Organizations

| January 7, 2015

Comparing the Organizational Structure of Nonprofit Organizations and For Profit Organizations

Project description

1.Demonstrate an understanding of the research process and the crucial components of a research paper by completing a 15-page research paper.

2.Incorporate two or more disciplines in the research process.

3.Locate appropriate source material and cite it correctly.

4.Write correctly and effectively.

5.Use correct APA format and style for presentation of research material.

6.Highlight Thesis Statement.

Your final paper must show:

1.a clear relationship to your degree’s coordinated study or major.

2.A fusion of two or more areas of concentration into academic;and

3.that you can engage a significant, independent study project in a thoughtful,useful,persuasive,and professional manner as a result of your University College studies.

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One piece of coursework for this module, which is in two parts. (2000 words)

| January 7, 2015

Coursework Instructions:

One piece of coursework for this module, which is in two parts. (2000 words)

•    Part one is 1200 words and 60% of the marks.

•    Part two is 800 words and 40% of the marks.

Part1:

Part 1 (a) 30%

Research two employers and analyse their recruitment practices.

(find employers with detailed description of their recruitment practices, like interviews, phone interviews, activities , psychometric tests etc. and why they choose them).

Use HR Books and references for this part and be critical. Do not only state information provided.

Part 1 (b) 70%

Discuss the implications of your MBTI profile for working for one of the above employers.

(How I’m suitable for the job? do not only focus on the positive things , what they are looking for?)

Part 2:

Find a graduate level vacancy in one of the above employer and then write an application that meets the essential requirements of the post.

(Find job description with a lot of details). (It is preferable to be a job related to my course “Food and nutrition”.

Use STAR and CAR to write situations showing that I’m suitable for the job.

IMPORTANT: put the job description in the appendices.

You can use these websites to help you to find employers and vacancies:

www.prospects.ac.uk

www.quintcareers.com

Modules I studied:

+First year:

-Introduction to nutrition

-Introduction to analysis

-Skills in bimolecular sciences

-Microbiology of food and environment

-Introduction to public health

-Applying psychology in the work place

+Second year:

-Contemporary skills of bimolecular sciences

-Nutrition throughout the lifespan

-Principles of analytical techniques

-Food safety and regulation

-Public health protection and policy

-Psychology for working with children

+Third year:

-Research design for the bimolecular sciences

-Independent project in bimolecular science

-Public health nutrition

-Case studies in analysis

-Integrated topics in nutrition, food and public health

-Developing your career

I have done volunteering for the “change 4 life” programme cook well eat well programme.

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Understanding Career Opportunities

| January 7, 2015

Understanding Career Opportunities

Order Description

I will upload a document of the instructions, and file of the modules i studied and my skills.

Coursework Instructions:

One piece of coursework for this module, which is in two parts. (2000 words)

•    Part one is 1200 words and 60% of the marks.

•    Part two is 800 words and 40% of the marks.

Part1:

Part 1 (a) 30%

Research two employers and analyse their recruitment practices.

(find employers with detailed description of their recruitment practices, like interviews, phone interviews, activities , psychometric tests etc. and why they choose them).

Use HR Books and references for this part and be critical. Do not only state information provided.

Part 1 (b) 70%

Discuss the implications of your MBTI profile for working for one of the above employers.

(How I’m suitable for the job? do not only focus on the positive things , what they are looking for?)

Part 2:

Find a graduate level vacancy in one of the above employer and then write an application that meets the essential requirements of the post.

(Find job description with a lot of details). (It is preferable to be a job related to my course “Food and nutrition”.

Use STAR and CAR to write situations showing that I’m suitable for the job.

IMPORTANT: put the job description in the appendices.

You can use these websites to help you to find employers and vacancies:

www.prospects.ac.uk

www.quintcareers.com

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The effect of glucose on breast cancer cells lines and cancer stem cells

| January 7, 2015

Order Description

Project Proposal Contents

Title: should be complete, informative, concise, max 20 words and should relate to project aim

Introduction: referenced, max 600 words. Set out the context of proposed work & lead up to aim. Demonstrate sufficient background reading of key research papers. Clearly identify research hypothesis

Aim: Give a clear aim & list the specific objectives.

Proposed methods, study design and statistical analysis (max 600 words).

Description of methods to be used and rationale. Identify ethical issues and appropriate actions required. Attach completed ethics check list. Proposed analysis of results, consideration of sample size and statistical tests that will be used to test your hypothesis. List the timetable for major events in your project

Key outcomes and impact (max 250 words)

Outline the key outcomes of your proposed research project i.e. what will be the main points of interest from this research project. In addition, you should highlight what impact the results of this project will have in terms of feeding into future research in this area or the effect that you research may have to the general public.

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The effect of glucose on breast cancer cells lines and cancer stem cells

| January 7, 2015

Order Description

Project Proposal Contents

Title: should be complete, informative, concise, max 20 words and should relate to project aim

Introduction: referenced, max 600 words. Set out the context of proposed work & lead up to aim. Demonstrate sufficient background reading of key research papers. Clearly identify research hypothesis

Aim: Give a clear aim & list the specific objectives.

Proposed methods, study design and statistical analysis (max 600 words).

Description of methods to be used and rationale. Identify ethical issues and appropriate actions required. Attach completed ethics check list. Proposed analysis of results, consideration of sample size and statistical tests that will be used to test your hypothesis. List the timetable for major events in your project

Key outcomes and impact (max 250 words)

Outline the key outcomes of your proposed research project i.e. what will be the main points of interest from this research project. In addition, you should highlight what impact the results of this project will have in terms of feeding into future research in this area or the effect that you research may have to the general public.

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UNDERSTANDING THE THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN AN ORGANISATION

| January 7, 2015

This assignment provides the student with an understanding of how the effective strategic management of human resources supports the achievement of organisational purposes and provides the skills to apply this understanding in an organisational context.

Scenario

You are employed in a business consultancy firm as a Junior Consultant. The Senior Consultant asked you to help in formulating a strategic human resource plan for the small sized computer and business training institute that the client is trying to put up.

You are required to submit a report with your recommendation to the Senior Consultant. The report that you will be submitting must contain the following:

Minimum length required for each section is indicated

Task 1:

•    Explain the importance of Strategic Human Resource Management to the institute’s success. Highlight the need for medium and long term planning. (150 words) AC 1.1

•    Assess the purpose of Strategic Human Resource Management activities in an institute. AC 1.2 and

evaluate how human resource management contributes to the institute’s objectives by aligning

with corporate strategy. (150 words) AC 1.3

This task provides evidence for Learning Outcome 1

Task 2:

•    Analyse the business factors including the institute’s internal requirements and external environmental factors that would influence human resource planning. (150 words)  AC 2.1

•    Assess how can the institute prepare for a rise in student enrolments in the summer months of July and August?  (80 words) AC 2.2

•    Develop a human resource plan for the institute using SMART targets. No recommended length. A sample template is provided below: AC 2.3

HR Plan Template

Employees Required in Summer July/August

Type of Work    Duration    # of people    Total hours

•    Critically evaluate how a human resources plan can contribute to meeting the institute’s objectives. (80 words) AC 2.4

This task provides evidence for Learning Outcome 2

Task 3:

•    Explain with examples the purpose of human resource management policies in the Institute and analyse the impact of complying with regulatory requirements on human resource management policies.  (150 words) AC 3.1 & 3.2

This task provides evidence for Learning Outcome 3

Task 4:

•    Analyse the impact of an institute’s structure and culture on the management of human resources. (150 words) AC 4.1 & 4.2

•    Examine how the effectiveness of human resource strategies is monitored in an institute? Identify performance indicators that can be used in monitoring the efficacy of human resource strategies in achieving organisational goals. (150 words) AC 4.3

•    Al Mahra Computer and Business Training Centre has a rigid and formal organisational structure. The cultural climate is cold. There is high turnover of staff. Make justified recommendations to improve human resource management in Al Mahra. (80 words) AC 4.4

This task provides evidence for Learning Outcome 4

Assessment

For AC1.1, learners need to explain the importance of strategic human resource management and the need for adopting both a medium- and long-term perspective in respect of human resource management.

For AC 1.2 and 1.3, learners need to assess the purpose of strategic human resources management and evaluate how it contributes to organisational objectives. The link between corporate strategy and human resource management strategy needs to be made clear to show their interrelationship and how the human resource management strategy supports and contributes to organisational purposes. For AC 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3, a review or case study can be used to examine the importance of strategic human resource management and its role in supporting wider organisational objectives.

For AC2.1, learners need to analyse the business factors that dictate the need to plan human resources by looking internally at the organisation’s requirements, as well as considering the influence of external environmental factors.

For AC2.2, learners need to assess the human resource requirements for a specific organisation in a specific situation. Learners can use their own organisation if appropriate.

For AC 2.3 and 2.4, learners need to develop a human resources plan building on the results of the work completed for AC2.2. The plan needs to be formulated using SMART (specific, achievable, measurable, realistic, and time-based) targets. The plan needs to be critically evaluated to show how it can contribute to the achievement of organisational objectives. For AC 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3, evidence needs to be a structured human resources plan.

For AC 3.1 and 3.2, learners need to explain the purpose of human resource management policies in organisations, showing how they comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Organisational policies should be accessible and the implications and impact of the policies on managing the human resource need to drawn out through analysis. The assignment used for AC 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 could be extended to cover AC 3.1 and 3.2.

For AC 4.1 and 4.2, learners need to analyse the impact of organisational structure and culture on human resource management. Structure and culture need to be defined.

For AC4.3, learners need to examine the monitoring of human resource management in relation to contributing to organisational goals. Learners need to identify performance indicators that might be used and how the effectiveness of human resource management can be judged against these indicators.

For AC4.4, learners need to use their work from AC4.3 to recommend improvements to human resource management, supported with justifications based on an analysis of a specific organisation in a specific situation. For AC 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4, evidence can be in the form of a report that results from a review of the impact of structure and culture on human resource management, and from an examination of the effectiveness of human resource management, together with recommendations for improving it.

Guidelines for the Assignment:

?    Use standard Arial font size 11.

?    Use 1.5 line spacing.

?    Have a 2.5 centimetre margin on the left hand side of the page and a 2 centimetre margin on the right hand side.

?    Include page numbers.

?    Headings: use 16 point Arial Bold for first level headings, and 14 point Arial Bold for second level headings. If a third level heading is required, use 12 point Arial Bold.

?    Attach a completed Statement and Confirmation of Own Work to the front of the paper copy of your assignment.

?    The first page of your assignment should be a title page, which should also state your name, Edexcel BTEC ID number and the name of the Centre where you are studying.

?    Include a table of contents.

?    Start each task on a new page and include the question at the top of the page.

?    Ensure any diagrams, screen shots, PowerPoint slides, etc fit correctly on the page and are referenced, for example, Fig. 1, Fig. 2, etc.

?    Check spelling, grammar and punctuation.

?     You should also ensure that you proof read your document, because the above checks do not always pick up every mistake.

?    Use accurate Harvard referencing and include a bibliography.

?    Ensure you are aware of the word limit for the assignment ( 3000 word limit) and any regulations that apply if you exceed the word limit.

?    Include the total word count at the end of the assignment.

Note:

All work must be delivered in hard copy and soft copy; all assignments should be properly referenced.

Textbooks

•    Armstrong M – Strategic Human resource Management: A Guide to Action, 4th Edition (Kogan Page, 2008) ISBN 0749453753

•    Holbeche L – Aligning Human Resources and Business Strategy, 2nd Edition (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2008) ISBN 0750680172

•    Saunders M, Millmore M, Lewis P, Thornhill A and Morrow T – Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues (Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2007) ISBN 027368163X

•    Armstrong M — A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice (Kogan Press, 2003) ISBN: 0749441054

•    Beardwell I and Holden L — Human Resource Management: A Contemporary Approach (Prentice Hall, 2003) ISBN: 0273679112

•    Belbin M — Team Roles at Work (Butterworth-Heinemann, 1996) ISBN: 0750626755

•    Bratton J and Gold J — Human Resource Management: Theory and Practice (Palgrave- Macmillan, 2003) ISBN: 0333993268

•    Mullins L — Management and Organisational Behaviour (Prentice Hall, 2004) ISBN: 0273688766

Journals/newspapers

•    Management Today (Haymarket Business Media)

•    People Management (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development)

•    Professional Manager (Chartered Management Institute)

•    The Economist (The Economist Newspaper Ltd) has articles on human resource

•    Related topics from time to time.

Websites

•    www.businesslink.gov.uk Business Link – information on human resource management policies

•    www.managementhelp.org Free management library with links to human resource management articles

•    www.acas.org.uk this site contains current ACAS leaflets and publications, advice, training and other employment information

•    www.bized.ac.uk learning materials and case studies

•    www.cipd.co.uk this site contains information about HR practices and current legislation relating to employment

•    www.managers.org.uk website for the Chartered Management Institute

•    www.peoplemanagement.co.uk current online magazine of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

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Extended Diploma in Strategic Management & Leadership

| January 7, 2015

Creative Property of The Vision Council

The Blake and Mouton Managerial Grid

Leadership Self Assessment Questionnaire

Below is a list of statements about leadership behavior. Read each one carefully, then, using the

following scale, decide the extent to which it actually applies to you. For best

results, answer as

truthfully as possible.

never sometimes always

0 1 2 3 4 5

1.

_______

I encourage my team to participate when it comes decision

making time and I try to

implement their ideas and suggestions.

2.

_______ Nothing is more important than accomplishing a goal or task.

3.

_______ I closely monitor the schedule to ensure a task or project will be completed in time.

4.

_______ I enjoy coaching people on new tasks and procedures.

5.

_______ The more challen

ging a task is, the more I enjoy it.

6.

_______ I encourage my employees to be creative about their job.

7.

_______ When seeing a complex task through to completion, I ensure that every detail is accounted

for.

8.

_______ I find it easy to carry out several c

omplicated tasks at the same time.

9.

_______ I enjoy reading articles, books, and journals about training, leadership, and psychology; and

then putting what I have read into action.

10.

_______ When correcting mistakes, I do not worry about jeopardizing rela

tionships.

11.

_______ I manage my time very efficiently.

12.

_______ I enjoy explaining the intricacies and details of a complex task or project to my employees.

13.

_______ Breaking large projects into small manageable tasks is second nature to me.

14.

_______ N

othing is more important than building a great team.

15.

_______ I enjoy analyzing problems.

16.

_______ I honor other people’s boundaries.

17.

_______ Counseling my employees to improve their performance or behavior is second nature to me.

18.

_______ I enjoy rea

ding articles, books, and trade journals about my profession; and then

implementing the new procedures I have learned.

Creative Property of The Vision Council

Scoring Section

After completing the Questionnaire, transfer your answers to the spaces below:

People

Question

1.______

4

.______

6

.______

9

.______

10

.______

12

.______

14

.______

16

.______

17

.______

TOTAL ________

X 0.2 = ________

(Multiply the Total by 0.2 to get

your final score)

Task

Question

2.______

3

.______

5

.______

7

.______

8

.______

11

.______

1

3

.______

15

.______

18

.______

TOTAL ________

X 0.2

________

(Multiply the Total by 0.2 to get

your final score)

Matrix Section

Plot your final scores on the graph below by drawing a horizontal line from the approximate people

score (vertical ax

is) to the right of the matrix, and drawing a vertical line from the approximate task

score on the horizontal axis to the top of the matrix. Then, draw two lines from each dot until they

intersect. The area of intersection is the leadership dimension that

you operate out of.

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The strategy of franchise business model success for Amazon coffee in

| January 7, 2015

Questionnaire

Part 1 General information from respondents

Explanation: Please make a tick [v] sign in the appropriate box that matches the fact or your strong opinion.

1.    Gender

Male                        Female

2.    Age

Less than 21 years old             21-25 years old

26-30 years old                      31-35 years old

36-40 years old                      41-45 years old

46-50 years old

3.    Marital status

Single                                        Married

Divorced/ Widow/ Separate

4.    Highest education

Secondary School                                                           High School

Diploma/High vocational certificate                   Bachelor Degree

Master Degree                                                     Doctor of Philosophy

5.    Career

Student                                               Private company officer

State Enterprise officer                     Government officer

Business owner                                   others (Please indicate ………)

6.    Incomes per month

Less than 10,000 Baht                              10,000 – 15,000 Baht

15,001- 20,000 Baht                              20,001- 25,000 Baht

25,001- 30,000 Baht                                        Over 30,000 Baht

Part 2 Marketing mix questionnaire

Explanation: Please make v sign in the box that matches your opinion the most.

Marketing mix factor    Agreement level

Completely agree    Agree    Acceptable    Disagree    Completely disagree

Price section

1. Appropriate price compared to the quality

2. Price tag shown clearly

3. Provide price tag for each size of coffee

4. Indicate the price of  the extra component

5. Provide credit card service

Selling section

6. Convenient location

7. Beautiful atmosphere

8. Provide enough seats for customers

9. Appropriate Opening-time

10. Open everyday

Promotion

11. Advertising through media

12. Discount coupon

13. Collecting coupon for prize or discount

14. Provide compliments

15. Provide member card for discount

Staff

16. Sufficient staff

17. Staff have qualified skills to provide coffee drinks

18. Staff are active and adroit

19. Manners and interpersonal relations of staff

20. Provide equal quality service for all customers

Service process

21. Welcoming

22. Provide product information  to customers

23. Provide prompt purchasing and payment process

24. Provide correct purchasing and payment process

25. Provide serving service at the table

Part 3 Phycology questionnaire

Explanation: Please make v sign in the box that matches your opinion the most.

Marketing mix factor    Agreement level

Completely agree    Agree    Acceptable    Disagree    Completely disagree

Motivation

1. You choose the shop because you believe in their service

2. You choose the shop because you followed other people

3. You are proud to have chosen the product

4.  You choose the product to show your taste

5.  You choose the product because of its popularity

Perception

6. You have received  information about the product perfectly well

7. You know all information about the product from the staff clearly

8. You know and admire the freshness of the product

9. You know and admire the taste of  the product

10. You know and admire services of the coffee shop

Attitude

11. You considered and choose the product because of its quality and  worthiness as compared to the price

12. You considered and choose the product because of its quality and taste

13. You considered and choose the product from price

14. You considered and choose product from personal needs and satisfaction

15. You ask for opinion from your family, colleges, company and other people before choosing product

Part 4 Consumer Behavior

Explanation: Please make    v sign in the box that matches your opinion the most.

Marketing mix factor    Agreement level

Completely agree    Agree    Acceptable    Disagree    Completely disagree

1. Famous coffee

shop which is known

widely

2. High-technology of

coffee making machine

3. Provides variety

Coffee brand (such

as Cappuccino,

Espresso, and Latte)

4. Different and

unique coffee than

others  in the market

5. Provide high

quality of coffee bean

6. You love finding a

brand new coffee

shop

7. You love keeping

updates about new

product

8. You love drinking

coffee from outside

9. You love

new and different

atmosphere

10. You love the

convenience of coffee

shop

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