Barbara R. Walters, PhD

Professor Emerita of Sociology, City University of New York

My key areas of research and teaching:
• Religion and Society
• CEDAW, Cultural Conflict,and Human Rights
* Political-Legal Sociology
• Organizational Development
• Social Theory and Research Methods
• Liturgical Offices and History for Corpus Christi
• SoTL

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Education

Ph.D.    State University of New York at Stony Brook: Sociology, 1978

M.A.      State University of New York at Stony Brook: Sociology, 1973

M.A.      State University of New York at Stony Brook: Music, 1996

B.A.       Vanderbilt University: Psychology, 1970  (3-Year Graduate)

Research Fellow, SUNY Center for Literature and Culture, Paris, France, 1972-73

NIMH Post-Doctoral Research-in-Service Award: 1976-77: Sexual Identity Development and Cognitive Styles – Preschool Children , State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Psychiatry.                                   

Dissertation:  The Politics of Aesthetic Judgment — an empirical analysis of the changing art world and patrons with “modern” art shaping the site of struggle for status and power among different groups, especially recently assimilated Jews, in fin-de-siècle France.

MA Thesis in Sociology:  Path Analysis of Teaching Evaluations.

MA Thesis in Music:  W.A. Mozart and The Magic Flute:  Aria as Drama.

Continuing Education Highlights:

Brandeis University,  Schusterman Center for Israel Studies                          

                                                2016 (4 days)     Israel:  Balance and Complexity

Harvard Business School       1985 (3 days)      Seminar for Top Management in                                                                                           Retailing 

IBM                                         1984 (2 days)      Business Systems Planning

Kidder-Peabody                      1983 (4 days)      Corporate Finance Seminar

The Wharton School               1981 (3 days)      Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting                                                                             for the Non-Financial Executive

appointments

2017-present         University of Notre Dame, Visiting Scholar

                                       Sociology and Center for the Study of Religion and Society

2016 – present    Queens College, CUNY, Adjunct Professor, Sociology

2011 – 2017        CUNY School of Professional Studies, Academic Director,  Sociology

2015                     Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University, UK, Visiting Scholar

2008 – 2017        CUNY-Kingsborough, Professor of Sociology

2006 – 2008         CUNY-Kingsborough, Associate Professor of Sociology

                                         Editor, Distinctions: An Honors Student Journal

                                         Co-Director, Opening Doors Learning Community 

2000 – 2006           CUNY-Kingsborough, Assistant Professor of Sociology

1978 -1990            Private Sector VP Human Resources

                              Virginia Opera, Administrative Director                  

1975-76                 Vanderbilt University, Instructor/Sociology and Women’s Studies

1974-75                 College of William and Mary, Visiting Assistant Professor, Sociology

1971-72                 Fellow, SUNY Center for Literature and Culture, Paris, France             

1971-74                 SUNY Stony Brook, NIMH Methodology Trainee

publications

Books: 

Work in Progress:  

Walters, Barbara R., The Rights of Women

Walters, Barbara R., Collected Papers

Walters, Barbara R., The Politics of Aesthetic Judgment (revised)

Published:

Walters, Barbara R., Vincent Corrigan, and Peter T. Ricketts.  2006. The Feast of Corpus Christi.  University Park, PA:  Pennsylvania State University Press. [Reviewed in Journal of Theological Studies, Bulletin Codicologique, Theological Studies, Speculum, Religious Studies Review].

Walters, Barbara R. 2003.  The Politics of Aesthetic Judgment.   Lanham, MD:  University Press of America. [Reviewed in Contemporary Sociology].

Pamphlets

Walters, B.R.  1987.  Hiring the Best:  Entry Level Considerations. NGA [Pamphlet]

CUNY Online Baccalaureate Consortial Faculty. 2007. Enhancing Online Learning: A Quick Guide for Instructors. New York:  CUNY Grad Center, SPS. [Pamphlet]

Scholarly Research Articles and Reviews: 

Walters, Barbara R.  2018.  Reading Eschatology in the Corpus Christi Office, in The Medieval Dominicans: Books, Buildings, Music, and Liturgy. Ed. by Eleanor Giraud and Christian Leitmer.  Begijnhof, Turnhout:  Brepols Publishers (forthcoming).

Walters, Barbara R. and Stephanie Perez.   2017.  Cultural Commitments and Gender Parity:  Human Rights as Implicit Religion.  Journal of Implicit Religion Vol. 19, No. 4.

Walters, Barbara R.  2016. Integrative Learning and the Karen Diaspora. In Schooling, Migration, and Intergenerational Relations: The Karen Diaspora and the Value of Education, by Pia Jolliffe.  Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK:  Palgrave Macmillan.  

Walters, Barbara R. 2015.  The Feast of Corpus Christi as a Site of Struggle.  In Laura Andreani, Ed. Il Corpus Domini. Teologia antropologia e politica.  Orvieto, IT:  Edizioni del Galluzzo.

Walters, Barbara R.  2015.  The Last Denton Conference.  Journal of Implicit Religion. 16 (3).

Walters, Barbara R. 2015.  Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice, by Larry May and Elizabeth Edenberg.  Dialogues of Historical Justice and Memory Network News, No 55, May 7, 2015. http://historicaldialogues.org/2015/05/08/book-review-jus-post-bellum-and-transitional-justice/

Walters, Barbara R. 2014.  Religion, Secular Beliefs and Human Rights:  25 Years after the 1981 Declaration, by Natan Lerner.  Journal of Implicit Religion. [Book Review]

Walters, Barbara R. 2014.  Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street, by Karen Ho.  Journal of Implicit Religion.  [Book Review]

Walters, Barbara R. 2013.  The Sociology of Religion: A Critical Agenda, by Grace Davie. Journal of Implicit Religion Vol. 15. No. 1. [Book Review].

Walters, Barbara R.  2012.  Laureata plebs fidelis:  A Victorine Sequence from the Feast of Corpus Christi in Thirteenth-Century Liège.  Ed. Ann Buckley and Cynthia J. Cyrus. Music, Dance and Society:  Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Memory of Ingrid G. Brainard.  Kalamazoo, MI:  Medieval Institute.

Walters, Barbara R. 2008.  Safeguarding German-American Relations:  Understanding and Accepting Mutual Differences, by Hermann Kurthen, Antonio V. Venéndez-Alarcón, and Stefan Immerfall.  Contemporary Sociology Vol 37, No. 3.  [Book Review].

Walters, Barbara R.  2008.  Shaping a Monastic Identity:  Liturgy and History at the Imperial Abbey of Farfa, 1100-1125, by Susan Boynton.  Implicit Religion:  Journal of the C.S.I.R.C.S.  Vol. 11, No. 2 [Book Review]. 

Walters, Barbara R. 2005.  “O verge de droiture ki de Jessé eissis” from the Mosan Psalters. In Ed. Ann Buckley and Dominique Billy.  Melangé Peter T. Ricketts.  Belgium:  Brepols.

Walters, Barbara R.  2004.  Church-Sect Dynamics and the Feast of Corpus Christi.  Sociology of Religion 65 (3).

Walters, Barbara R. 2003. Charisma, Converts, Competitors:  Societal and Sociological Factors in the Success of Early Christianity, by Jack T. Sanders.  Sociology of Religion 64 (3). [Book Review].

Walters, Barbara R.  2002.  Women Religious Virtuosae from the Middle Ages:  A Case Pattern and Analytic Model of Types.  Sociology of Religion  63 (1).

Walters, B.R.  2001. Church.  Readers’ Guide to Sociology.  Ed. Jonathan Michie.  London:  Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.

Walters, B.R.. 1998. Liturgy and Civilizing Processes.   Figurations 10.

Walters, B. R. 1996.  Danny Lyon at Lowinsky Gallery.  Review:  Reviews and Previews of Current Exhibitions in New York. June 1996. [Exhibit Review]

Walters, B. R. 1996.  Susan Fenton at Lowinsky Gallery.  Review:  Reviews and Previews of Current  Exhibitions in New York. June 1996. [Exhibit Review]

Walters, B. R. 1996.  Olga de Amaral at Peter Joseph Gallery.  Review:  Reviews and Previews of Current Exhibitions in New York. June 1996. [Exhibit Review]

Walters, B. R. 1996.  Sue Coe at Gallery St. Etienne. Review:  Reviews and Previews of Current Exhibitions     in New York. May 1996. [Exhibit Review]

Walters, B. R. 1996.  Love and Pain at Mary-Anne Martin Gallery.  Review:  Reviews and Previews of  Current Exhibitions in New York. May 1996. [Exhibit Review]

Walters, B.  1994.  Mexican Folk Retablos by G. Giffords.  Visual Sociology 9 (1). [Book Review]

Walters, Barbara R., Emendations by Dudley Duncan.  1994.  The Social Construction of the Senario and the Septimal Heresy:  Response to Duncan.  Sociological Theory 12 (3).

Walters, Barbara R.  1992.  Pluralistic Approaches to Art by Blandy and Congdon.  Visual Sociology 7 (2). [Book Review]

Walters, B. 1990. Contest of Meaning:  Critical Histories of Photography by Bolton (Ed.)  Visual  Sociology 5 (2).  [Book Review]

Walters, B.R. 1989. ASA Adopts a Revised Code of Ethics. Footnotes.

Walters, B. 1988. Psychosis and Sexual Identity by David Allison. Art and Text 30. [Book Review]

Walters, B.R.  1988.  Ethics in the Competitive Marketplace.  Presented at the National Clearinghouse on Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulation. Published in the AAAS Newsletter: Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility.

Walters, B.R., and Tobin, G.A. 1976.  Gender Identity and the Visual Arts. Sociological Symposium 17.

Walters, B. R.  1976. Gender Language: Codes in Cross-Sex Competition and Their Effects on Sex-Typed Behavior. Ed. C.C. Peng and Walburga von Raffler-Engel. Language Acquisition and Developmental Kinesics. Hiroshima, Japan: Bunka Hyoron Publishing Company.

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Articles (last 15 years):  

Bonet, Giselle, and Barbara Walters.  2106. High Impact Practices: Student Retention and Engagement.  The College Student 15 (2), 223-235.

Walters, B. 2013. Catalyst for Learning: Eportfolio Resources and Research Blog:
CUNY SPS Leadership Team Member, Contributor to Catalyst for Learning: Eportfolio Resources and Research Blog  http://c2l.mcnrc.org/

Walters, Barbara, Ellen Smiley, George Otte, and William Bernhardt.  2011. “The CUNY Online Baccalaureate: A Transformative Cyberspace.” Pp. 107 – 124 in Transformative Spaces:  Designing Creative Sites for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, edited by Judith Summerfield, Cheryl Smith, and Erin Martineau.  New York, NY:  Springer Publishing. 

Walters, Barbara. 2007.  Teaching and Learning in the Online Baccalaureate.  Online (April 2007)

Walters, B.R.  2005. Writing and Discussion Forums for Online Courses.  Teaching Introduction to Sociology as a Hybrid Course:  A Resource Manual.  Ed. Lynn Harper Ritchey.  Washington, DC:  American Sociological Association.

Government Reports (Sample)

Morrison, R., Walters, B., et.al. 1989. Review of the Regulation of Acupuncture in Virginia.  Report of the Board of Health Professions to the Governor and the General Assembly of Virginia, Senate Document No. 19, Commonwealth of Virginia.

Morrison, R., Walters, B. et.al.  1988.  Review of the Regulation of Hypnosis in Virginia.   Report of the Board of Health Professions to the Governor and General Assembly.  Senate Document.

Pollack, Clementine, and Members of the Task Force for the Study of the Definition of Nursing. 1987. Report to the Director of Health Regulatory Boards on the Definition of the Practice of Nursing.  Virginia Department of Health Regulatory Boards.

Conference papers – Scholarly and Research:

Walters, Barbara R. 2018.  Religiosity, CEDAW, and the Rights of Women.  Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion.  Philadelphia, PA.

Walters, Barbara R.  2017.  Religion and Human Rights:  A Metaphorical Gaza Strip.  Rooney Center Workshop.  University of Notre Dame.

Walters, Barbara R. and Stephanie Perez.  2015.  Cultural Commitments and Gender Parity:  Human Rights as Implicit Religion.  Denton Conference, Ilkley, UK.

Walters, Barbara, and Bonnie Oglensky.  2015.  Virtual Roundtable:  The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace.  Conceptualized, Organized faculty, purchased and distributed copies of the book and participated in the scholarly discussion.

Walters, Barbara R.  2014.  Normative Human Rights from a Sociological Point of View.  Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion.  San Francisco, CA. 

Walters, B.  2014.  Liturgy as Implicit and Explicit Religious Vision. International Congress of Medieval Studies.  Kalamazoo, MI.

Walters, B. 2013.  Liturgy as Implicit and Explicit Religious Vision.  Denton Conference, Ilkley, UK.

Walters, B., Ivan Araque, and Staci Murphy.  2012.  Commemorating 9-11:  A Civil Liturgical Moment. 2012 Denton Conference, Ilkley, UK.

Walters, B. and Marco Castro.  2012. Commemorating 9/11: Secularization, Sacralization and Implicit Religion in Downtown Manhattan.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Association, New York, NY.

Walters, B.  2010.  Communities in Crisis and Congregational Responses.  Religious Research Association, Baltimore, MD.

Walters, B.  2009.  Author Meets Critic, Vatican II: A Sociological Analysis of Religious Change by Melissa J. Wilde.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press.  Eastern Sociological Society.   Baltimore, MD.

Walters, B.  2009.  Early Music Reception:  A Sociological Analysis.  Eastern Sociological Society.  Baltimore, MD.

Walters, B. 2009.  Auctoritas:  The Question of Authorship.  International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI.

Walters, B. 2008.  Liturgist for the Secular Church: Juliana of Mont Cornillon.  Annual Forum on Medieval and Renaissance Studies.  Plymouth, NH:  Plymouth College.

Walters, B.  2008.  Cultures of Inquiry in the Reconstruction of Medieval Liturgy.  Association for the Sociology of Religion Annual Meetings.  Boston, MA.

Walters, B., 2007. The Feast of Corpus Christ, New York:  Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion.

Walters, B.R. 2006.  Liturgy and Imaginary Communities.  ASR, Montreal, CA.

Walters, B.R.  2006.  Analyzing Organizational Structure and Change.  The Sixth International Conference on Knowledge Culture and Change in Organizations.  Monash University Centre, Prato, Italy.

Walters, B.R. 2006.  Memoria:  Imaginary Liturgical Communities in the 13th Century, ICMS.

Walters, B.R.  2005.  Homo quidam fecit Contra Virgo flagellatur crucianda : Text and Musical  Subtext.  ICMS.

Conference papers – Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:

Walters, Barbara, and Bonnie Oglensky, Co-Organizers.  2015.  Sociology in Cyberspace:  Mapping the Curriculum.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Association.  New York, New York.

Walters, Barbara R. and Melodye Lehnerer.  2014.  Eportfolio 101:  High Impact Eportfolio Teaching and Learning Strategies for Sociology Majors.  Workshop, Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.  San Francisco, CA.

Hoffman, Patricia and Barbara R. Walters (Co-Organizers).  2014.  Mapping the Curriculum.  Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.  San Francisco, CA.

Bonet, Giselle and Barbara Walters.  2014.  High Impact Practices:  Engagement and Retention.  Teaching Sociology.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society.  Baltimore, MD.

Walters, Barbara, Juan Morales-Flores, Leslie Lieman, Wesley Pitts, Florence Schneider. 2013.  Igniting Program Eportfolios. CUNY IT Conference.

Walters, B., Joseph Bisz, Francesco Crocco, James Richardson, Bruce Rosenbloom, Joseph Ugoretz. 2013.  Eportfolio Badges and Badging.  CUNY IT Conference.

Walters, B. and Mariette Bates.  2013.  Program Eportfolios.  AAEEBL Conference, Boston, MA.

Better, A., Jason VanOra, and Barbara Walters.  2012.  ESL Learning Communities at Kingsborough Community College. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society, New York, NY.

Morgano, Sarah, Howard Wach, Joseph Ugoretz, and Barbara Walters.  2011.  ePortfolios across CUNY: Aggregating and Integrating Information, AAEEBL Learner 2 (4): 7.

Walters, B., J. Ugoretz, S. Morgano, A. Gaba, L. Levine, W. Bernhardt, M. Rosson, and B. Naples.  2011. ePortfolios:  A Cross-Campus Pecha Kucha, CUNY IT Conference, New York, NY.

Walters, B., Morgano, S., Wach, H., and Ugoretz, J.  2011.  ePortfolios across CUNY: Aggregating and Integrating Information, AAEEBL Conference, Boston, MA.

Walters, B., Morgano, S., Wach, H., and Ugoretz, J.  2010.  ePortfolios across CUNY: Aggregating and Integrating Information, CUNY IT Conference, New York, NY.

Walters, B., Morgano, S., Bernhard, W.  2010.  ePortfolios and Metacognition in the CUNY Online Baccalaureate.  AAEEBL Conference, Boston, MA.

Walters, B., Wach, H., Morgano, S., Grindley, C., and Bernhardt, B.   2009.  ePortfolios in the CUNY Online Baccalaureate: Building Cross-Campus Consensus on Principles and Procedures.  CUNY IT Conference, New York, NY.

Walters B. 2009.  Engaging Students in Active Learning.  Eastern Sociological Society.  Baltimore, MD.

Bernhardt, W., Smiley, E., Sparrow, J., and Walters, B.  2008 Listening to Students: A Conversation about Online Teaching and Learning, CUNY IT Conference, New York, NY.

Walters, B., Whittaker, R., Otte, G., Mosely, J., Bernhardt, W.  2008. Gen Ed Proficiencies and Perspectives in the CUNY Online Baccalaureate.  CUNY 4th Annual Gen Ed Conference.  New York:  Baruch.

Walters, B., Bernhardt, W., Smiley, E., Otte, G.  2008.  Entering the Wiki/Blog-Sphere.  Sloan-C Emerging Technologies.  Carefree, AZ.

Walters, B., Bernhardt, W., Moore, T.  2008.  High-Tech – High Touch:  The CUNY Online Baccalaureate. TCC Worldwide Online Conference. 

Walters, B., Bernhardt, W., Smiley, E., and Otte, G.  2007. The CUNY Online Baccalaureate:  A High-Tech, High-Touch Teaching Environment.  CUNY IT Conference, John Jay, NY.

Pascarella, J., and Walters, B.  2007.  Teaching Sociology Online.  New York:  Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.

Walters, B., William Bernhardt, and George Otte. 2007.  Blogging and Wiki Work. Technology, Colleges, and Community, Worldwide Online Conference.

Walters, B., Bernhardt, W., and Otte, G., 2006.  Blogging and Wiki-work:  New Tools for Writing in Online Courses. CUNY IT Conference, New York.

Walters, B.R. 2003.  Writing Intensive Sociology for ESL and other Diverse Student Groups. New York, NY:  CUNY Writing-Across-the-Curriculum Faculty Development Seminar.

Walters, B.R with KCC Team 2001.  ESL Intensive Linked to SOC31- Writing Intensive.  Atlanta, GA:  21st Century Learning Outcomes Project, Best Practices Poster.

Grants and awards

PSC-CUNY Research Award:  A Comparative Study of Muslim and Other Religous Students.  2018.

Kingsborough Faculty Achievement Award(s)                                        

  • 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016,  2017

PSC-CUNY Research Award:  A Comparative Study of Islamic Students, 2014

PSC-CUNY Research Award High Impact Practices:  Engagement and Retention, 2013

Connect to Learning: LaGuardia/FIPSE (Co-PI): ePortfolio, Engagement and Student Success, 2011

PSC-CUNY Research Award: Downtown and Bushwick: Contrasting Neighborhoods, 2010

Making Connections: LaGuardia/FIPSE (Co-PI):  e-Portfolio Mini-Grant, Making Connections, 2009

PSC-CUNY Research Award: Teaching and Learning in the Twenty-First Century, Developing a Strategic Model, 2008

The Michael Ribaudo Information Technology Award, 2007

PSC-CUNY Research Award: The Feast of Corpus Christi, 2005                                        

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2004

Sloan — CUNY Online Faculty, 2002

PSC-CUNY Research Award, 2002 

PSC-CUNY Research Award, 2001

KCC Scholarly and Applied Research Award, 2001

NIMH Research-In-Service Award, 1976-77

SUNY Stony Brook NIMH Methodology Trainee, 1971-74                

Vanderbilt University Summer Fellowship for Three-Year Grads, 1970                      

Department, College, and university Service

Founder, Faculty Mentor and Editor, Distinctions:  An Honors Student Journal,

                2005-2008:  Three volumes, six issues

Chair, Faculty Advisory Committee for Honors Student Journal, 2005 – 2009

Advisory Committee, Honors Program, KCC, 2006 – present

Advisory Committee, Academic Integrity and Honesty, 2006 – 2009

Advisory Committee, Strategic Planning, Innovative Classroom Deliver, 2006- 2009

Co-Organizer, Eco-Festival Symposium, KCC, 2006

BEH Department Curriculum Committee, Secretary, 2000 to 2005

KCC 21st Century Learning Outcomes Task Force, 2000-02

KCC Rubrics Task Group, Winter, 2002

KCC, Resource Committee on the Preparation of Scholarly and Creative Works, 2002– 2009

KCC Learning Communities Task Group, 2003-04

KCC Learning Communities Advisory Board, 2005-2008

KCC Institutional Review Board, 2003 – 2009

CUNY Steering Committee for Online Resources and Education, 2005-2006

                Effective Practices Subcommittee

                Curriculum Development Subcommittee

                Upper Division Curriculum Development Subcommittee

CUNY School of Professional Studies BA, 2006 – 2011

                Committee on the Faculty 

                Curriculum Committee

                Program Research Committee

                Executive Committee

SPS Governing Council, 2007 to 2017

                Academic Review Committee, 2007-10

                Chair, Personnel Committee, 2008-2012

                Personnel Committee, 2008 to 2017               

CUNY Committee on Academic Technology, 2008- present

                Chair, ePortfolio Subcommittee, 2008-2014

AAEEBL

                Program Committee, 2011 – 2013

                Program Committee Chair, 2013

PSC-CUNY Education Panel, 2011-2012

CUNY Eportfolio and Digital Technology “Unconference” Organizer:  2013-2014

Professional associations

American Sociological Association

                Ethics Committee, 1987-89, Chair, 1989.

                Representative to National Council of State Associations, 1986

                Teaching and Learning: 

                                Cooperative Initiatives Committee, 2005-06

                                ASA Council Representative, 2012-2014

                Jesse Bernard Award Committee, 2017-2019

                Committee on the Status of Women, 2018 – 2020

Eastern Sociological Society

                Executive Council, 2014-15

Medieval Academy of America

Association for the Sociology of Religion

Sociologists for Women in Society

                Founding Member, New York Chapter, 1972

                Steering Committee, 2000

                Chair, Membership Committee, 2000-2002

AAEEBL, Program Committee, 2010-2012

                Program Co-Chair, 2013

community and public service

Lector, EM, CCD and RCIA instructor, homeless shelter, Holy Trinity, St. Anselm, St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, NY and Brooklyn, 2000-present.

Commonwealth of Virginia, Board of Health Professions, 1985-90.

  • Chair, Scope and Standards of Practice Committee
  • Member, Legislative Committee

Commonwealth of Virginia, Chair, Secretary’s Task Force on the Utilization of Nurse Practitioners,1989-90.

Commonwealth of Virginia, Secretary’s Task Force on the Regulation of Psychology, 1988-90.

Commonwealth of Virginia, Governor’s Task Force on the Need for a Redefinition of Nursing, 1986-87.

Board of Directors, Virginia Opera, 1983-88.

Founding Member, 2nd Congressional District, Virginia Women’s Political Caucus, 1982-1985.

  • Chair, Public Relations
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