THE HISTORY OF WOMEN AND SCIENCE, HEALTH, AND TECHNOLOGY:
A BIBLIOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONS AND THE DISCIPLINES

Scientific Views of Women, A - L (213-309)


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Scientific Views of Women, A - L (213-309)
 
Most of the entries in this section chart the portrayals of women historically
by the disciplines of biology and medicine. Many focus on the debates over the
nature of Woman, her sexuality and psyche. Some deal with perceived "female
maladies" including hysteria, depression and other nervous disorders, and the
magical powers and mystique assigned to female organs and physiology. Other
entries examine the attitude toward women expressed in advertisements in
medical journals and in advice manuals directed towards women, and the
portrayal of women scientists in popular magazines. For feminist critiques of
these views, see the following section, FEMINIST CRITIQUES OF SCIENCE.
 
 213      Allen, Prudence. THE CONCEPT OF WOMAN: THE ARISTOTELIAN REVOLUTION,
750 B.C.-A.D. 1250. Montreal: Eden Press, 1985.
 
 214      Andreski, Stanislav. "The Syphilitic Shock: A New Explanation of the
`Great Witch Craze' of the 16th and 17th Centuries in the Light of Medicine and
Psychiatry." ENCOUNTER 58, no.5 (1982): 7-26.
 
 215      Aubert, Jean-Jacques. "Threatened Wombs: Aspects of Ancient Uterine
Magic." GREEK, ROMAN AND BYZANTINE STUDIES 30 (Autumn 1989): 421-449.
 
 216      Barker-Benfield, Ben. "The Spermatic Economy: A Nineteenth Century
View of Sexuality." FEMINIST STUDIES 1, no.1 (Summer 1972): 45-74.
 
 217      Barker-Benfield, G. J. THE HORRORS OF THE HALF-KNOWN LIFE: MALE
ATTITUDES TOWARD WOMEN AND SEXUALITY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA. New York:
Harper & Row, 1976.
 
 218      Barker-Benfield, G. J. "Mary Wollstonecraft's Depression and
Diagnosis: The Relation Between Sensibility and Women's Susceptibility to
Nervous Disorders." PSYCHOHISTORY REVIEW 13, no.4 (1985): 15-31.
 
 219      Barker-Benfield, G.J. "`Mother Emancipator': The Meaning of Jane
Addams' Sickness and Cure." JOURNAL OF FAMILY HISTORY 4 (Winter 1979): 395-420.
 
 220      Battersby, Christine. "Genius and `The Female Sex' in the 18th
Century." STUDIES ON VOLTAIRE AND THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY 264 (1989): 909-912.
 
 221      Bauer, Carol, and Ritt, Lawrence. "`The Little Health of Ladies,' An
Anatomy of Female Invalidism in the Nineteenth Century." JOURNAL OF THE
AMERICAN MEDICAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 36 (1981): 300-306.
 
 222      Birken, Lawrence. CONSUMING DESIRE: SEXUAL SCIENCE AND THE EMERGENCE
OF A CULTURE OF ABUNDANCE, 1871-1914. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press,
1988. Investigates why sexology emerged at the turn of the century and links it
to consumerist ideology.
 
 223      Birken, Lawrence. "Darwin and Gender." SOCIAL CONCEPT 4, no.1 (1987):
75-88.
 
 224      Blackwell, Elizabeth. THE LAWS OF LIFE, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE
PHYSICAL EDUCATION OF GIRLS. 1852: New York: Garland, 1986
 
 225      Bleier, Ruth. "Science and Medicine in the Social Construction of
Woman: From Aristotle to the Corpus Callosum." TRANSACTIONS AND STUDIES OF THE
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF PHILADELPHIA 9 (1987): 267-288.
 
 226      Bodemer, Charles W. "Historical Interpretations of the Human Uterus
and Cervix Uteri." In THE BIOLOGY OF THE CERVIX, ed. Richard J. Blandau and
Karman Moghissi, pp.1-11. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973.
 
 227      Bridgforth, L.R. "The Sociology of Science: Women and Medicine in
Nineteenth Century Mississippi." JOURNAL OF THE MISSISSIPPI STATE MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION 26, no.1 (January 1985): 9-13.
 
 228      Brown, Julie Vail. "Female Sexuality and Madness in Russian Culture:
Traditional Values and Psychiatric Theory." SOCIAL RESEARCH 53, no.2 (1986):
369-385.
 
 229      Brumberg, Joan Jacobs. "Chlorotic Girls, 1870-1920: A Historical
Perspective on Female Adolescence." CHILD DEVELOPMENT 53 (1982): 1468-1477.
Repr. in WOMEN AND HEALTH IN AMERICA: HISTORICAL READINGS, pp.186-195. Ed. by
Judith Walzer Leavitt. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1984.
 
 230      Bullough, Vern L. "Katharine Bement Davis, Sex Research, and the
Rockefeller Foundation." BULLETIN OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE 62, no.1 (1988):
74-89.
 
 231      Bullough, Vern L. SEX, SOCIETY, AND HISTORY. New York: Science
History Publications, 1976.
 
 232      Bullough, Vern L., and Bullough, Bonnie. SIN, SICKNESS, AND SANITY: A
HISTORY OF SEXUAL ATTITUDES. New York: Garland, 1977.
 
 233      Burton, June K., and Johnson, Mary. "The Contents of Humanistic
Manuals of Home Economics and Sex During the Napoleonic Era." CONSORTIUM ON
REVOLUTIONARY EUROPE 1750-1850: Proceedings 1983: 681-696. Instructional
manuals for French women on household management, childrearing, health, sex,
and care of livestock provide insights into views of womanhood and the family
during the Napoleonic era.
 
 234      Burton, June K. "Human Rights Issues Affecting Women in Napoleonic
Legal Medicine Textbooks." HISTORY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS 8, no.4/5 (1987): 427-434.
 
 235      Cadden, Joan. "It Takes All Kinds: Sexuality and Gender Differences
in Hildegard of Bingen's BOOK OF COMPOUND MEDICINE." TRADITIO 40 (1984):
149-174.
 
 236      Cadden, Joan. THE MEANINGS OF SEX DIFFERENCE IN THE MIDDLE AGES:
MEDICINE, NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, AND CULTURE. 1992.
 
 237      Carlson, Eric T. "The History of Multiple Personality in the United
States: Mary Reynolds and Her Subsequent Reputation." BULLETIN OF THE HISTORY
OF MEDICINE 58 (Spring 1984): 72-82.
 
 238      Castle, Terry. "The Female Thermometer." REPRESENTATIONS 17 (1987):
1-27. On measuring emotions in the 18th century.
 
 239      Cayleff, Susan E. "`Prisoners of Their Own Feebleness': Women, Nerves
and Western Medicine -- A Historical Overview." SOCIAL SCIENCE MEDICINE 26,
no.12 (1988): 1199-1208.
 
 240      Cayleff, Susan E. "She Was Rendered Incapacitated by Menstrual
Difficulties: Historical Perspectives on Perceived Intellectual and
Physiological Impairment Among Menstruating Women." In MENSTRUAL HEALTH IN
WOMEN'S LIVES, ed. Alice J. Dan & Linda L. Lewis, pp.229-235. Urbana, IL:
University of Illinois Press, 1992.
 
 241      Chauncey, George, Jr. "From Sexual Inversion to Homosexuality:
Medicine and the Changing Conceptualization of Female Diseases." SALMAGUNDI
58/59 (Fall/Winter 1983): 114-146.
 
 242      Chesler, Phyllis. WOMEN AND MADNESS. Garden City, NY: Doubleday,
1972.
 
 243      Clarke, Adele E. "Women's Health: Life-Cycle Issues." In WOMEN,
HEALTH, AND MEDICINE IN AMERICA: A HISTORICAL HANDBOOK, ed. by Rima D. Apple,
pp.3-39. New York: Garland, 1990.
 
 244      Cody, Lisa. "The Doctor's in Labor; or a New Whim Wham from
Guildford." GENDER & HISTORY 4, no.2 (Summer 1992): 175-196. Analysis of
reactions from a physician and the general public in 1726 to a report of a
British woman giving birth to five rabbits.
 
 245      Cohen, Alfred. "Prophecy and Madness: Women Visionaries During the
Puritan Revolution." JOURNAL OF PSYCHOHISTORY 11 (Winter 1984): 411-430.
 
 246      Cohen, Estelle. "Medical Debates on Woman's `Nature' in England
Around 1700." SOCIETY FOR THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF MEDICINE BULLETIN 39 (1986):
7-11.
 
 247      Connelly, Mark Thomas. "Prostitution, Venereal Disease, and American
Medicine." In WOMEN AND HEALTH IN AMERICA: HISTORICAL READINGS, ed. Judith
Walzer Leavitt, pp.196-221. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1984.
 
 248      Conway, Jill. "Stereotypes of Femininity in a Theory of Evolution."
In SUFFER AND BE STILL: WOMEN IN THE VICTORIAN AGE, ed. Martha Vicinus,
pp.140-154. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press, 1972. Traces the
intellectual legacy of Scottish biologist Patrick Geddes, author of THE
EVOLUTION OF SEX, 1889. Originally appeared in VICTORIAN STUDIES 14, no.1
(September 1970): 47-62.
 
 249      Cott, Nancy F. "Passionlessness: An Interpretation of Victorian
Sexual Ideology, 1790-1850." SIGNS 4, no.2 (Winter 1978): 219-236. Repr. in
WOMEN AND HEALTH IN AMERICA: HISTORICAL READINGS, pp.57-69. Ed. by Judith
Walzer Leavitt. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1984.
 
 250      Crawford, Patricia. "Attitudes to Menstruation in Seventeenth-Century
England." PAST & PRESENT 91 (1981): 47-73.
 
 251      D'Emilio, John, and Freedman, Estelle B. INTIMATE MATTERS: A HISTORY
OF SEXUALITY IN AMERICA. New York: Harper & Row, 1988.
 
 252      Davis, Dona L. "George Beard and Lydia Pinkham: Gender, Class, and
Nerves in Late 19th Century America." HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL 10,
2/3 (1989): 93-114. Discusses the feminization of nervous disorders.
 
 253      Dean-Jones, Lesley. "The Cultural Construct of the Female Body in
Classical Greek Science." In WOMEN'S HISTORY AND ANCIENT HISTORY, ed. Sarah B.
Pomeroy, pp.111-137. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1991.
 
 254      Dean-Jones, Lesley. "Menstrual Bleeding According to the Hippocratics
and Aristotle." TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 119
(1989): 177-192.
 
 255      Decker, Hannah S. "Freud and Dora: Constraints on Medical Progress."
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HISTORY 14 (Spring 1981): 445-464.
 
 256      Degler, Carl N. "What Ought to Be and What Was: Women's Sexuality in
the Nineteenth Century." AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 79, no.4 (December 1974):
1467-1490. Repr. in WOMEN AND HEALTH IN AMERICA: HISTORICAL READINGS, pp.
40-56. Ed. by Judith Walzer Leavitt. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin
Press, 1984.
 
 257      DeRocher, Gregory. "The Trouble with Women: Some Medical Musings from
16th-Century France." RENAISSANCE PAPERS (1987): 39-47.
 
 258      Digby, Anne. "Women's Biological Straitjacket." In SEXUALITY AND
SUBORDINATION: INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES OF GENDER IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY,
ed. Susan Mendus & Jane Rendall, pp.192-220. London: Routledge, 1989. Examines
Georgian and Victorian British gynaecological and psychiatric texts and their
assumptions about middle-class women.
 
 259      Duffin, Lorna. "The Conspicuous Consumptive: Woman as Invalid." In
THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY WOMAN: HER CULTURE AND PHYSICAL WORLD, ed. Sara Delamont
and Lorna Duffin, pp.26-56. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1978.
 
 260      Dwyer, Ellen. "The Weaker Vessel: Legal Versus Social Reality in
Mental Commitments in Nineteenth Century New York." In WOMEN AND THE LAW: THE
SOCIAL HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, vol.1, WOMEN AND THE CRIMINAL LAW, ed. by D.
Kelly Weisberg. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman, 1982.
 
 261      Easlea, Brian. WITCH HUNTING, MAGIC, AND THE NEW PHILOSOPHY : AN
INTRODUCTION TO DEBATES OF THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION, 1450-1750. Atlantic
Highlands, NJ: Humanities, 1980. Begins to develop the theme of "the `male
female relation' and its relevance to an understanding of the general
development and application of scientific knowledge" - from preface.
 
 262      Ehrenreich, Barbara, and English, Deirdre. COMPLAINTS AND DISORDERS:
THE SEXUAL POLITICS OF SICKNESS. Old Westbury, NY: Feminist Press, 1973.
 
 263      Ehrenreich, Barbara, and English, Deirdre. FOR HER OWN GOOD: 150
YEARS OF THE EXPERTS' ADVICE TO WOMEN. New York: Doubleday, 1979. See
especially chapter 2, "Witches, Healers, and Gentlemen Doctors," chapter 3,
"Science and the Ascent of the Experts," and chapter 4, "The Sexual Politics of
Sickness."
 
 264      Endres, Kathleen L. "`Strictly Confidential': Birth-Control
Advertising in a 19th-Century City." JOURNALISM QUARTERLY 63, no.4 (1986):
748-751.
 
 265      Evans, Martha Noel. FITS AND STARTS: A GENEALOGY OF HYSTERIA IN
MODERN FRANCE. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1991.
 
 266      Fee, Elizabeth. "Nineteenth-Century Craniology: The Study of the
Female Skull." BULLETIN OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE 53, no.3 (Fall 1979):
415-433.
 
 267      Fee, Elizabeth. "Science and the Woman Problem: Historical
Perspectives." In SEX DIFFERENCES: SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES, ed.
Michael S. Teitelbaum, pp.175-223. New York: Doubleday, 1976. Women as viewed
through the lens of biology, anthropology, physiology, and psychology in the
Victorian era and early 20th century.
 
 268      Fellman, Anita C., and Fellman, Michael. MAKING SENSE OF THE SELF:
MEDICAL ADVICE LITERATURE IN LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA. Philadelphia, PA:
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1981.
 
 269      Figbie, Karl. "Chlorosis and Chronic Disease in Nineteenth-Century
Britain: The Social Constitution of Somatic Illness in a Capitalist Society."
SOCIAL HISTORY 3 (May 1978): 167-197.
 
 270      Furth, Charlotte. "Blood, Body and Gender: Medical Images of the
Female Condition in China, 1600-1850." CHINESE SCIENCE 7 (1986): 43-66.
 
 271      Gamble, Eliza Burt. THE SEXES IN SCIENCE AND HISTORY. New York:
Putnam, 1916. An argument for "the superiority of the female organism" drawing
on evolutionary theory, theories of prehistoric social organization, and
historical fact. Repr. Westport, CT: Hyperion, 1976.
 
 272      "The Gendered Brain: Some Historical Perspectives." In SO HUMAN A
BRAIN: KNOWLEDGE AND VALUES IN THE NEUROSCIENCES, ed. Anne Harrington,
pp.110-121. Boston: Birk user Press, 1992.
 
 273      Gibson, Mary. "On the Insensitivity of Women - Science and the Woman
Question in Liberal Italy, 1890-1910." JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY 2 (Fall
1990): 11-41.
 
 274      Gilbert, Sandra M., and Gubar, Susan. THE MADWOMAN IN THE ATTIC. New
Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1979.
 
 275      Gilman, Sander L. SEXUALITY: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY. New York: John
Wiley, 1989.
 
 276      Gilman, Sander L. DIFFERENCES AND PATHOLOGY: STEREOTYPES OF
SEXUALITY, RACE, AND MADNESS. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1985.
 
 277      Goldstein, Jan. "The Hysteria Diagnosis and the Politics of
Anticlericalism in Late Nineteenth-Century France." JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY
54, no.2 (June 1982): 209-239. Part of special issue on "Sex, Science, and
Society in Modern France."
 
 278      Gosling, F.G., and Ray, Joyce M. "The Right to Be Sick: American
Physicians and Nervous Patients, 1885-1910." JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HISTORY 20
(1986): 251-267.
 
 279      Gould, Stephen Jay. "Women's Brains." NEW SCIENTIST 80, no.1127
(November 2, 1978): 364-366.
 
 280      Green, Monica. "Female Sexuality in the Medieval West." TRENDS IN
HISTORY 4, no.4 (1990): 127-158.
 
 281      Griffin, Susan. WOMAN AND NATURE: THE ROARING INSIDE HER. New York:
Harper & Row, 1978. Exploration of Western patriarchal attitudes toward the
natural world and toward women, who are perceived as closer to nature than are
men.
 
 282      Hall, Diana Long. "Biology, Sex Hormones and Sexism in the 1920s."
PHILOSOPHICAL FORUM 5, no.1/2 (1973): 81-96.
 
 283      Haller, John S., and Haller, Robin. THE PHYSICIAN AND SEXUALITY IN
VICTORIAN AMERICA. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1974.
 
 284      Hanson, Ann Ellis. "Hippocrates: Diseases of Women I." SIGNS 1, no.2
(Winter 1975): 567-584. Translation with commentary.
 
 285      Hawkins, Joellen W., and Aber, Cynthia S. "The Content of
Advertisements in Medical Journals: Distorting the Image of Women." WOMEN AND
HEALTH 14, no.2 (1988): 43-59.
 
 286      Herndl, Diane Price. INVALID WOMEN: FIGURING FEMININE ILLNESS IN
AMERICAN FICTION AND CULTURE, 1840-1940. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North
Carolina Press, 1993.
 
 287      Herndl, Diane Price. "The Writing Cure: Charlotte Perkins Gilman,
Anna O., and `Hysterical' Writing." NWSA JOURNAL 1 (Autumn 1988): 52-74.
 
 288      Horowitz, Maryanne Cline. "Aristotle and Woman." JOURNAL OF THE
HISTORY OF BIOLOGY 9, no.2 (Fall 1976): 183-213. Reveals Aristotle's biological
and political sexism. For another viewpoint, see Johannes Morsink, "Was
Aristotle's Biology Sexist?," JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY 12, no.1
(Spring 1979): 83-112.
 
 289      Hughes, Beryl. "Archives-`Their Best Aptitudes'--Girls' Education and
the Tenth Australasian Medical Congress, 1914." WOMEN'S STUDIES JOURNAL [New
Zealand] 7 (November 1991): 66-76.
 
 290      Jacoby, Robin Miller. "Science and Sex Roles in the Victorian Era."
In BIOLOGY AS A SOCIAL WEAPON, ed. Ann Arbor Science for the People Editorial
Collective, pp.58-68. Minneapolis: Burgess, 1977. Examines the "mutually
reinforcing relationship" between biological theory and ideology on sex roles
in the nineteenth century.
 
 291      Jacquart, Danielle, and Thomasset, Claude, and Adamson, Matthew,
trans. SEXUALITY AND MEDICINE IN THE MIDDLE AGES. Princeton, NJ: Princeton
University Press, 1988.
 
 292      Jecker, Nancy S., and Self, Donnie J. "Separating Care and Cure: An
Analysis of Historical and Contemporary Images of Nursing and Medicine."
JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND PHILOSOPHY 16 (1991): 285-306.
 
 293      Jones, Kathleen W. "Sentiment and Science: The Late Nineteenth
Century Pediatrician as Mother's Advisor." JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HISTORY 17 (Fall
1983): 79-96.
 
 294      Jordanova, Ludmilla J. "Natural Facts: A Historical Perspective on
Science and Sexuality." NATURE, CULTURE, AND GENDER, ed. Carol P. MacCormack
and Marilyn Strathern, pp.42-69. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University
Press, 1980.
 
 295      Keller, Evelyn Fox. "Baconian Science: A Hermaphroditic Birth."
PHILOSOPHICAL FORUM 11, no.3 (Spring 1980): 299-308. Examines the use of gender
in Francis Bacon's metaphors for the scientific impulse.
 
 296      Kern, Louis J. AN ORDERED LOVE: SEX ROLES AND SEXUALITY IN VICTORIAN
UTOPIAS-THE SHAKERS, THE MORMONS, AND THE ONEIDA COMMUNITY. Chapel Hill, NC:
University of North Carolina Press, 1981.
 
 297      King, Charles R. "Parallels Between Neurasthenia and Premenstrual
Syndrome." WOMEN AND HEALTH 4 (1989): 1-23.
 
 298      Klein, Viola. THE FEMININE CHARACTER: HISTORY OF AN IDEOLOGY. London:
Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1946. See chapter 3, "The Biological Approach: Havelock
Ellis."
 
 299      Kushner, Howard I. "Women and Suicide in Historical Perspective."
SIGNS 10 (Spring 1985): 537-552.
 
 300      LaFollette, Marcel C. "Eyes on the Stars: Images of Women Scientists
in Popular Magazines." SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND HUMAN VALUES 13 (1988):
262-275. Describes U.S. magazines from 1910-1955.
 
 301      Laqueur, Thomas. MAKING SEX: BODY AND GENDER FROM THE GREEKS TO
FREUD. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990.
 
 302      Lastinger, Valerie Cretaux. "Word of Mouth, Word of Womb: Denis
Diderot and Hysterical Discourse." WOMEN'S STUDIES QUARTERLY 21 (1992):
131-142.
 
 303      Laurence, Anne. "Women's Psychological Disorders in 17th-century
Britain." CURRENT ISSUES IN WOMEN'S HISTORY, ed. Arina Angerman et al.
London: Routledge, 1989.
 
 304      Lemay, Helen. "Women and the Literature of Obstetrics and
Gynecology." MEDIEVAL WOMEN AND THE SOURCES OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY, ed. Joel T.
Rosenthal, pp.189-209. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1990.
 
 305      Lewin, Miriam, ed. IN THE SHADOW OF THE PAST: PSYCHOLOGY PORTRAYS THE
SEXES. New York: Columbia University Press, 1984.
 
 306      Lewontin, R. C., Rose, Steven, and Kamin, Leon J. NOT IN OUR GENES:
BIOLOGY, IDEOLOGY, AND HUMAN NATURE. New York: Pantheon, 1984.
 
 307      Lingo, Alison K. "Empirics and Charlatans in Early Modern France: the
Genesis of the Classification of the `Other' in Medical Practice." JOURNAL OF
SOCIAL HISTORY 19 (Summer 1986): 583-604.
 
 308      Longino, Helen, and Doell, Ruth. "Body, Bias, and Behavior: A
Comparative Analysis of Reasoning in Two Areas of Biological Science." SIGNS 9,
no.2 (Winter 1983): 206-227. Looks at evolutionary studies and endocrinological
research. Repr. in SEX AND SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY, pp.165-186. Ed. by Sandra
Harding and Jean F. O'Barr. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.
 
 309      Lunbeck, Elizabeth. "`A New Generation of Women': Progressive
Psychiatrists and the Hypersexual Female." FEMINIST STUDIES 13 (Fall 1987):
513-543.


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