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2011 Conference - Schedule at a Glance, Saturday and Sunday

Conference At-a-Glance: Saturday, Feb. 26 & Sunday, Feb. 27

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Saturday, February 26

7 to 8:30 a.m.

HRDR Editorial Board Breakfast

7:15 to 8:15 a.m.

Food 'n' Thought Sessions

Alfred
Research and Practice
Adult Literacy and Skills in a Changing US Economy: Should HRD Be Concerned?

Muir
Research to Practice
Leader Identity Development Through Mentoring: A Case Study

Munn
Research Horizons
The Representation of Sexual Minorities in Secondary Data

Kowalski & Yorks
Research and Practice
Academic-Practitioner Research: A Conversation about Working and Learning Together in the In Between Space

Bennett & Lehner
Research and Practice
HRD and Healthcare Education: Addressing Coming Workforce Challenges

Twyford & Githens
Research Horizons
HRD in Small Organizations

Blankenship & Fiero
Research and Practice
Leadership Development Interventions Discussion Sponsored by the Leadership Special Interest Group

Lee & Lee
Research Horizons
Paradigm Shift from the Traditional Social Learning to the New Social Learning Using Social Media

7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Conference Registration Desk Open and Bookstore

8:30 to 10 a.m.

Symposium User Key

RTF:

Research & Theory Full Paper

SPF:

Scholar-Practitioner Full Paper

RTA:

Research & Theory Abstract

SPA:

Scholar-Practitioner Abstract

RR:

Research Roundtable

IS:

Innovative Session

P:

Poster

 

SYMPOSIA 36-44, Innovative Sessions 10-11

Symposium 36

229
RTF

Gay Men, Masculinity & HRD in the 21st Century Workplace:  A Case Study of Former BP CEO Lord John Browne
Joshua C. Collins and Jamie L. Callahan
Texas A&M University

36-1

151
RTF

The Psychology of Diversity Resistance: A Psychological Perspective for Overcoming Resistance to an Organizational Development Issue
Christine A. Wiggins-Romesburg and Rod Patrick Githens
University of Louisville

36-2

194
RTF

LGBT Issues in the HRD and Adult Education Literature: Past Research and Future Needs
Steven W. Schmidt, East Carolina University
Rod P. Githens, University of Louisville
Tonette Rocco, Florida International University
Martin Kormanik, O.D. Systems

36-3

Symposium 37

058
RTF

Work-Family Interface: Effect of Enrichment and Conflict on Job Performance of Korean Workers
Doo Hun Lim,University of Oklahoma, Norman
Ji Hoon Song, Oklahoma State University
Myungweon Choi, University of Georgia

37-1

124
RTF

Work-Life and Family Issues of Expatriate Employees: The Lived Experience of Not Being Able to Work When Offered an Opportunity to Work
Sanghamitra Chaudhuri, University of Minnesota
Gertrude I. Hewapathirana, Suffolk University

37-2

163
RTF

Reverse Mentoring: A Social Exchange Tool for Keeping the Millennials Committed and the Aging Workforce Engaged
Sanghamitra Chaudhuri, University of Minnesota
Rajashi Ghosh, Drexel University

37-3

Symposium 38

091
RTF

An Impact Analysis of the Four Journals Sponsored by Academy of HRD: 2002--2009
Greg G. Wang and Judy Y. Sun, The University of Texas at Tyler

38-1

040
RTF

The Current State of Human Performance Technology: A Citation Network Analysis of Performance Improvement Quarterly, 1988-2010
Yonjoo Cho, Indiana University
Sung Jun Jo, Utica College
Sunyoung Park, University of Minnesota
Ingu Kang and Zengguan Chen, Indiana University

38-2

068
RTF

How Bert the Turtle Saved Us from Atomic Annihilation (or not)
Melissa Santos, Barry University

38-3

Symposium 39

262
RTF

The Role of Learning and Development in Talent Management
Debra Liggins & Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

39-1

111
RTF

How Do Organizational and Task Factors Influence Informal Learning in the Workplace
Ki Seok Jeon, Kyung Nyun Kim, Bonnie J. Gardner, TaeSung Kim and Woocheol Kim
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park

39-2

132
RTF

Creating a Conceptual Framework for Drug Courts: Coupling Drug Court Theory with Learning Organization and Learning Transfer Theory
Raymond L. Hasselman, Esq., Oklahoma State University

39-3

Symposium 40

127
RTF

Downsizings, Mergers, and Acquisitions: Providing a Backdrop for Human Resource Development Practitioners
La Verne Shook and Gene L. Roth, Northern Illinois University

40-1

203
RTF

Organizational Identity and Culture during Mergers and Acquisitions
Cameron Griffith, George Washington University

40-2

120
RTF

The Peopleless Office: The Need for a Theory of Downsizing and Outsourcing
Maggie Glick, Colorado State University

40-3

Symposium 41

071
SPF

Organizational Culture Assessment of a Franchise Restaurant
Denise Cumberland and Ann Herd, University of Louisville

41-1

078
SPF

Influence of Organizational Culture on Psychological Empowerment of Academicians in Research Universities
Sahar Ahadi, Turiman Suandi, Maimunah Ismail, and Zoharah Omar
Universiti Putra Malaysia

41-2

135
SPF

Relationships Between Organizational Performance and Change Factors and Manufacturing Firms’ Leanness
Kyle B. Stone, Fort Hays University
Thomas J. Chermack, Colorado State University

41-3

Symposium 42

172
RTA

Getting into Shape: Strengthening the Academic Foundations of HRD Graduate Programs For an Uncertain Global Economy
Christine Frank & Katherine Yeager, Texas A&M University

42-1

190
RTA

A Content Analysis of the Website of HRD Academic Programs in the United States
Kenneth R. Bartlett and Kelly A. Zimmerman, University of Minnesota

42-2

144
SPA

O*NET Detailed Work Activities: Applications for HRD
Darrel L. Sandall and Abram L. J. Walton, Purdue University

42-3

Symposium 43

160
RTF

Organizational Creativity: An Integrative Literature Review and a Conceptual Framework Based on Person-Environment Fit Theory
Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo, Winona State University
Gary N. McLean, Texas A&M University
Baiyin Yang, Tshinghua University

43-1

243
RTF

Feminist Perspectives for Design of Inclusive Online Learning Communities: Considerations for HRD
Yvonne M. Lanter-Johnson, Northern Illinois University

43-2

097
RTF

Defining Energy at Work: How Human Energy at Work Has Been and May Be Defined
Mary Theresa Schmidt Taylor and Andrea Casey, The George Washington University

43-3

Symposium 44

258
RTF

Theorizing Models of Corporate Universities
Jeong Rok Oh, University of Minnesota
Cho Hyun Park, Pennsylvania State University

44-1

057
RTF

Consequences of Employee Turnover in the Banking Industry: A Review of Selected Literature
Dan Obiero, Fredrick M. Nafukho, and Homer Tolson
Texas A&M, University

44-2

167
RTF

An Analysis of the Relationships among Organizational Commitment, Organizational Trust and Job Satisfaction in the Turkish Healthcare Industry
Mehmet Topm Hacettepe University
Mesut Akdere, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Omer Gider, Kocaeli University

44-3

Innovative Session papers are not included in the 2011 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

Innovative Sessions 10-11

IS-10

Is HRD HR?
Tara D Gray, Molly Fierro, and Alonso Fierro, Texas A&M University

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-11

A "New" American National Standard to Evaluate the Quality of Training Programs
Vijay Krishna and Turan Ayvaz, American National Standards Institute

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

8:45 to 10:00 am

Journal Editor's Meeting

10 to 10:30 a.m. Break
10:30 to Noon SIG Meetings
12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Annual Business Meeting and Bylaws Vote

1:30 to 3 p.m


SYMPOSIA 45-51, Innovative Sessions 12-13, Research Roundtable 1-10

Symposium 45

114
RTF

Investing for Success: Newcomer Socialization and the Development of Social Capital
Russell Korte, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Shumin Lin, University of South Florida

45-1

252
RTF

Towards a Social Constructivist Theory of Scenario Planning
Thomas J. Chermack and Susan A. Lynham, Colorado State University
Yvonna S. Lincoln Texas A&M University
Rochell McWhorter, The University of Texas at Tyler

45-2

079
RTF

A Preliminary Exploratory Study of Constructivist Learning Theory and Social Learning Theory Application in Adult Development
Szu-Fang Chuang, Fooyin University

45-3

Symposium 46

073
RTF

Toward a Discourse of Employees’ Ethical Framework in Chinese SOEs: A Qualitative Investigation
Jessica Li, University of North Texas

46-1

225
RTF

Culture and Creativity in South Korea
Seog Joo Hwang, University of Minnesota

46-2

099
RTF

Copying From Others or Developing Locally? Successes and Challenges of MBA Education in China (1990-2010)
Xuefen Chen and Baiyin Yang, Tsinghua University

46-3

Symposium 47

045
RTF

Competency Needs and Training Demands among the Managerial Group
Rusli Haji Ahmad and Zuraina Mohamad Jahar, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia, Ali Baig, University of Bradford

47-1

048
RTF

Human Resources Management Challenges in Hi-tech.  Small Entrepreneurial Businesses
Mohammad Hassan Mobaraki and Abbas Noorizadeh, University of Tehran

47-2

083
RTF

The Relationships Among Participants’ Characteristics, Perceptions, Nature of Involvement, and Outcomes in Strategic Community of Practice Programs in a Large Electric Utility Company
Joohee Chang, Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education & Training
Ronald L. Jacobs, The Ohio State University

47-3

Symposium 48

046
RTF

Effective Strategies for Becoming a Successful Entrepreneurial Consultant in the Field of Training and Development
Sequoia Star and Darlene Russ-Eft, Oregon State University

48-1

060
RTF

Specialization Training Programs for Physician Assistants: Symbolic Violence in the Medical Field?
Joseph A. Hlavin, and Jamie L. Callahan, Texas A&M University

48-2

150
RTF

Examination of AHRD Membership, 1999-2010: Relationships between Employer Type, University Carnegie Classifications, and Member Retention
Shani D. Carter, Rhode Island College
Nicole Johnson, Department of the Treasury

48-3

Symposium 49

047
RTF

Integrative Review of the Literature on Low-skilled Adults  with Implications for Human Resource Development
Richard J. Torraco, University of Nebraska

49-1

143
SPA

Motivation and Self-directed Learning in Student and Adult Learners
Timothy J Piper, Northern Illinois University

49-2

140
SPA

Wrap-Around Student Support: A Retention Model for Low-Skilled Adult Education and Job-Skill Training
David W. Hamilton, University of Nebraska – Lincoln

49-3

Symposium 50

218
RTF

What do Protégés Need from Their Mentors? Results of a Qualitative Study
Khalil M. Dirani, Melissa Freeman, and Max Skidmore , The University of Georgia

50-1

230
RTF

Perceptions, Intent, and Change Initiatives: How do they fit together?
Rachelle Lehner, Emory University

50-2

154
RTF

Human Capital Theory: An Exploration, a Lesson and a Challenge for HRD
Ross E. Azevedo & James G. Scoville, University of Minnesota

50-3

Symposium 51

017
RTF

Perceived Managerial and Leadership Effectiveness within the European Union: A Cross-Sector and Cross-Nation Study of Effective and Ineffective Managerial Behavior
Robert G. Hamlin, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Taran Patel, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France

51-1

008
RTF

Emotional Intelligence: Is it Necessary for Leader Development?
Simone T. A. Phipps, Louisiana State University
Leon C. Prieto, Savannah State University

51-2

169
RTF

The Impact of Leadership Support for Learning on Organizational Learning, Quality Practices, Employee Satisfaction and Performance
Mesut Akdere, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Toby M. Egan, Texas A&M University

51-3

Research Roundtable 1

246
RR

Career Behavior Patterns of Professional Women: A Study of Protean Careers
Nisha Nambisan Manikoth and Maria Cseh, The George Washington University

RR 1-1

228
RR

Ethical Leadership: Impact on Organizations
Aileen Guerrero Zaballero and Robert W. Clark, Pennsylvania State University

RR 1-2

239
RR

Collaborative Approach: Ordinary Students Creating Extraordinary Results
Aileen Guerrero Zaballero, Hsin-Ling Tsai and Philip Acheampong
Pennsylvania State University

RR 1-3

Research Roundtable 2

173
RR

Service-learning Integration into Human Resource Courses: Best Practices
Marie-Line Germain, Western Carolina University

RR 2-1

209
RR

HRD and HRM perspectives on Firm Performance: Review of Literature
Meera Alagaraja, University of Louisville

RR 2-2

231
RR

Experiences of Women Leaders in a Predominantly Male Dominated Institution
Patricia Moreno, Texas A&M University

RR 2-3

Research Roundtable 3

051
RR

Multicultural Dimensions Producing Best Practices for Online Course Development of Korean Students
Earlene Washburn, Oklahoma State University

RR 3-1

128
RR

Using Wikis to Enhance Internal Communication between Training Liaisons and Internal Partners
Tekeisha Zimmerman, The University of North Texas

RR 3-2

Research Roundtable 4

092
RR

Immigrant Populations and Globalization Issues in the US: A Case Study
Jules K. Beck, University of Arkansas

RR 4-1

037
RR

Diversity Plans in Corporate America
Rene Gonzales

RR 4-2

180
RR

Critical Dialogue on Racism in the Boardroom and the Classroom: Shifting the Focus from Diversity Training to Diversity Education and Social Justice
Marilyn Y. Byrd , University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Chaunda L. Scott, Oakland University

RR 4-3

Research Roundtable 5

253
RR

A Sense of Community and Expatriates AdjustmentHye-Seung (Theresa) Kang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

RR 5-1

191
RR

Novitiate Impressions of the Arab World
W. Todd Stephenson, The University of Georgia

RR 5-2

117
RR

NHRD, Globalization & Partnering: India, Japan & The United States
Jennifer Beatty and Rajashi Ghosh, Drexel University

RR 5-3

Research Roundtable 6

214
RR

Implications of Transformational Leadership in Community Banking
Jason C. Dean, M. Tad Foster, and Carroll M. Graham, Indiana State University

RR 6-1

049
RR

Managing for Strategic Leadership
Allen Barclay and Laura Coons, Colorado State University

RR 6-2

188
RR

Leadership, Culture and Innovation: A Compelling Issue for Taiwanese Small and Medium–sized Enterprises
Chun-Yu Lin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Chung-Kai Huang, University of Texas at Austin
Chun-Yu Lin, Aletheia University, Taiwan

RR 6-3

Research Roundtable 7

264
RR

Organizational Communication Climate and Learning Readiness: An Exploration of Connections in Small and-Middle-Sized Enterprises in Taiwan
Shyang-Yuh Wang, Chinese Culture University
Carroll M. Graham, Indiana State University
Hsiang-Wei Wang, China University of Science and Technology
Fredrick M. Nafukho, Texas A&M University

RR 7-1

121
RR

The Notion of "Employability” in Today’s Workplace:
Implications for Workplace Learning
Carmeda L. Stokes, University of South Florida

RR 7-2

131
RR

The Role of Perceived Organizational Support in Organizational Socialization: A Proposed Research Framework
I-Pang Fu, The Pennsylvania State University

RR 7-3

Research Roundtable 8

002
RR

An Examination of Joking Behavior in a Unique Work Context: Crime Scene Investigations
Brian D Vivona, Northern Illinois University

RR 8-1

122
RR

Critical Review of the Effects of Bureaucratic Structure on Ethical Accountability
Irwin Horwitz and Sujin Horwitz, University of St. Thomas at Houston

RR 8-2

074
RR

The Experience of Dislocated Workers under the Workforce Investment Act
Michael Wilson and James Brown, The University of Minnesota

RR 8-3

Research Roundtable 9

237
RR

The Racial Opportunity Costs of High-Achieving Students of Color: Where does Mentoring and HRD Fit In?
Rhonda Fowler, Texas A&M University

RR 9-1

232
RR

Professional Development Training Needs of Educators: Exploring Connections With Student Achievement Data
Deniece Honeycutt and Bobbie Biggs, University of Arkansas

RR 9-2

Research Roundtable 10

72
RR

Building a Competency Model for Business-to-Business Front-Line
Sales Managers in For-Profit Organizations

Tina K. Busch and Larry M. Dooley, Texas A&M University

RR 10-1

212
RR

Organizational Sustainability in Health Care: Who Will Care for the Care Providers?
Ellen Scully-Russ, The George Washington University

RR 10-2

138
RR

Emotional Intelligence as a Predictor of Athletic Success
Carlos Sepulveda Jr. and Fredrick M. Nafukho, Texas A&M University

RR 10-3

Innovative Session papers are not included in the 2011 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

Innovative Sessions 12-13

IS-12

Gaining New Understandings of Innovative Technologies in Qualitative Inquiry Without Losing Your Mind
Sponsored by: The Qualitative Inquiry Special Interest Group

Neal Chalofsky, The George Washington University
Vanessa Doran, Northern Illinois University
J. Kori Whitener Fellows, Texas A & M University
Robin Grenier, University of Connecticut
Jia Wang, Texas A & M University

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-13

Teaching HRD Theory with Toys: Creative Tools for Educators and Trainers
Susan R. Madsen, Utah Valley University
Katherine A. Tunheim, Gustavus Adolphus College

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

3 to 3:30 p.m.

Break

3:30 to 5 p.m

 

SYMPOSIA 52-60, Innovative Sessions 14-15

Symposium 52

195
SPF

Action Learning and Critical Thinking: Symbiosis and Synergy in the Synthesis of Two Models
Stephen M. Soffe, S. M. Soffe & Associates, LLC
Michael J. Marquardt, The George Washington University
Enoch Hale, Fellow, Foundation for Critical Thinking, Dillon Beach, CA

52-1

056
SPF

Organizational Learning Style: A Conceptual Model
Elizabeth Bechtel Jayanti, University of Minnesota

52-2

055
RTF

Nonlinear Learning Styles: A Conceptual Model
Elizabeth Bechtel Jayanti, University of Minnesota

52-3

Symposium 53

129
RTF

Connections Between Organizational Trust and Performance
Samuel Adams, Amplify Leadership Consulting
Thomas G. Reio, Jr., Florida International University

53-1

184
RTF

HRD Model for Sustainability: The Case of First MicroFinance Bank in Pakistan
Muhammad Burdbar Khan, University of Edinburgh, UK
Development Pool, Pakistan
Nadir N. Budhwani, Grant MacEwan University, Canada

53-2

085
RTF

Social Ecology and Individual Training and Development in Organizations: Introducing the Social in Instructional System Design
Marc Weinstein and M. Brad Shuck, Florida International University

53-3

Symposium 54

100
RTF

The Development and Assessment of an Instrument for Measuring Mental Model Styles
Thomas J. Chermack, Colorado State University
Ji Hoon Song, Oklahoma State University
Kim Nimon, The University of North Texas
Myungweon Choi, University of Georgia
Russell F. Korte, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

54-1

033
RTF

Systematic and Practical Measurement of Organizational Knowledge Creation: Developing and Validating the Knowledge Creation Practice Inventory
Ji Hoon Song, Oklahoma State University
Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University
Daiho Uhm, Oklahoma State University

54-2

052
RTF

Time and Variables in HRD: A Proposed Adoption of a Research Technique Used in Other Fields
Brian A. Altman and Mesut Akdere, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

54-3

Symposium 55

123
RTF

Survivorship of Significant Workplace Change:  Change Influencers Model (CIM)
Ann M. Kohut, Motorola

55-1

174
RTF

Cultural issues in a Change Process of Virtualization for Hierarchical and Face-to-Face Oriented Organization
Seung-hyun Han, Kye hyeon Cho, and Un-yeong Park,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

55-2

183
RTF

Organization Development in Public Sector: The Case of Pakistan Post Athar Mansoor, Ministry of Postal Services, Government of Pakistan
Nadir N. Budhwani, Grant MacEwan University, Canada
Abdur Rahman Malik,Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan

55-3

Symposium 56

042
RTF

Core Self-Evaluation and Goal Orientation: Predicting Work StressMichael Lane Morris, Ph.D., The University of Tennessee
Carrie Blair Messal, College of Charleston
John Meriac, University of Missouri--St. Louis

56-1

227
RTF

Extending the Critical HRD Lens for Social Justice: Examining the Indian Farmer Suicides, A Review of the Literature
Yogita Abichandani and Khalil M. Dirani, The University of Georgia

56-2

201
RTF

Proposing A Taxonomy of Dysfunctional Individual Group Member Behaviors: Moving Benne and Seats 60 Years Forward
Judith A. Kolb, The Pennsylvania State University

56-3

Symposium 57

220
RTF

Exploring Generations and Millenials in a Multinational Corporation: Toward Practitioner-Scholar Connections
Julian Dalzell, Shell Oil Company & University of South Carolina
Toby Egan , Texas A&M University

57-1

084
RTF

Cultural Influences on Individual Career Development
Mary Katherine Mathis and Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

57-2

157
RTF

Military Transition and Re-careering: Using Transition Theory and Cognitive Information Processing to Guide Military Veteran Career Development
Sarah E. Minnis and Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

57-3

Symposium 58

248
SPA

Selecting Learning Management Systems for Small Schools and Learning Centers
Donnell G. Bayot, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Timothy M. Lam, International School of Hospitality
Yeonsoo Kim, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

58-1

076
RTF

A Comparison of the Practices Used by Human Resource
Development Professionals to Evaluate Web-Based and Classroom-Based Training Programs among Korean Companies.
Younghee Jessie Kong, Franklin University
Ronald Jacobs, Ohio State University

58-2

053
RTF

There Can Be No Learning without Action and No (Sober and Deliberate) Action without Learning: Revisiting Revans’ Action Learning Theory
Roland K. Yeo, Kuwait Maastricht Business School, Kuwait
Jeff Gold, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

58-3

Symposium 59

136
RTF

The Promise of Virtual Worlds to Learning in Organizations
Jessica Li, Derrick D’Souza and Yunfei Du, University of North Texas

59-1

241
RTF

Integrative Informal Learning: The Key to Tacit Knowledge in Virtual HRD?
Elisabeth E. Bennett, Tufts University and Baystate Health

59-2

087
RTF

Contingent and Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Motivations and Incentives to Teach DE Courses
Diane D. Chapman, NC State University

59-3

Symposium 60

019
RTF

Better Know an HRD Scholar: A Conversation with Gary N. McLean
Darren C. Short, Avanade, Inc.

60-1

020
RTF

Better Know an HRD Scholar: A Conversation with Karen Watkins
Darren C. Short, Avanade Inc.

60-2

021
RTF

Better Know an HRD Scholar: A Conversation with Verna Willis
Darren C. Short, Avanade Inc.

60-3

Innovative Session papers are not included in the 2011 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

Innovative Sessions 14-15

IS-14

The State of HRD Research: A Dialogue on HRD Research Trends and Future Directions with Outstanding HRD Scholar Award Recipients
Laura Bierema, The University of Georgia

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-15

Defining Diversity Management and its Role in Theory and Practice: Implications for HRD Cultural Diversity Special Interest Group
Chaunda Scott, Chairperson; Marilyn Byrd, Publications Manager

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

6 to 7 p.m. Presidential Reception & AHRD Foundation Silent Auction

7 to 9 p.m.

Presidential Banquet

Sunday, February 27

8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

AHRD Board of Directors Meeting

Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday & Sunday

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