Publications

Linda Clarke

BOOKS/BOOKLETS

  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012a) The Art of Concrete: Building the South Bank Arts Centre, London: ProBE, 46pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012b) Building a Community: Construction Workers in Stevenage 1950-1970, London: ProBE, 40pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012c) It was a new world: Building Sizewell A Nuclear Power Station, London: ProBE, 50pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012d) Building the Barbican 1962-1982: taking the industry out of the dark ages, London: ProBE, 54pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012e) Building the M1 Motorway,London: ProBE, 42pp
  • Clarke, L. (2011) Building Capitalism: Historical Change and the Labour Process in the Production of the Built Environment, 316 pp, paperback, Routledge, London. Republication (first published 1992)
  • Brockmann, M., Clarke, L., Hanf, G., Méhaut, P., Westerhuis, A., Winch, C. (2011)Knowledge, Skills, Competence in the European Labour Market: What’s in a Vocational Qualification? Oxford, Routledge
  • Brockmann, M., Clarke, L., Christopher Winch (editors) (2010) Bricklaying is more than Flemish bond: bricklaying qualifications in Europe, Brussels/London: CLR
  • Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch (2007) Vocational Education: international approaches, developments and systems, Routledge 
  • Clarke, Linda, Elsebet Frydendal Pedersen, Elisabeth Michielsens, Barbara Susman and Christine Wall (2004) Women in Construction, Reed  
  • Clarke, Linda, Cremers Jan and Janssen Jörn (2003) EU Enlargement: construction labour relations as a pilot, Reed International 
  • Clarke, Linda, de Gijsel, Peter and Janssen Jörn (eds) (2000) The Dynamics of Wage Relations in the New Europe, Kluwer
  • Clarke, Linda & Christine Wall (1998) A Blueprint for Change: Construction Skills Training in Britain, Policy Press, Bristol
  • Construction Industry Board prepared with Linda Clarke, D. Gann, P. Senker and C. Wall (1998) A Strategic Review of Construction Skills Training, Thomas Telford Publishing. 
  • Clarke Linda, Christine Wall and Elisabeth Michielsens (1997) A Fair Day's Work: Women in the Direct Labour Organisations, London Women and the Manual Trades, London 
  • Clarke Linda, Christine Wall (1996) Staying Power: Women in Direct Labour Building Teams, London Women and the Manual Trades, London
  • Clarke Linda and Christine Wall (1996) Skills and the Construction Process: a comparative study of vocational training and quality in social housebuilding, Policy Press in association with Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Bristol
  • Clarke, Linda (1992) The Building Labour Process: Problems of Skills, Training and Employment in the British Construction Industry in the 1980s, 122 pp, The Chartered Institute of Building
  • Clarke, Linda (1992) Building Capitalism: Historical Change and the Labour Process in the Production of the Built Environment, 316 pp, paperback, Routledge, London

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Clarke L., McGuire C, Wall C. (2013) ‘Battles on the Barbican: the Struggle for Trade Unionism in the British Building Industry, 1965–7’, in Strikes and Social Conflicts,(forthcoming)
  • Muñoz-Rojas, O., Wall C., and Clarke L. (2013) ‘Rethinking Brutalist Buildings: their soul is in their making’, in Monstrous Spaces: the Other Frontier, Gheran N.L. and Monteith K. (eds), Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, pp. 93-104
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2013) ‘Implementing the EQF: English as distinct from continental bricklaying qualifications’ in (eds) Deitmer L., Hauschildt U., Rauner F. and Zelloth H., The Architecture of Innovative Apprenticeships, Dordrecht: Springer International, pp 257-268
  • Clarke L., McGuire C, Wall C. (2012) ‘The significance of building labour to the production of the built environment’, in eds Carvais R, Guillerme A, Nègre V, and Sakarovitch J. Nuts and Bolts of Construction History Vol 11, pp 107-114
  • Wall C. Clarke L., McGuire C. (2012) ‘Concrete Constructors: oral history accounts of building work on a large, complex site in 1960s Britain’ in eds Carvais R, Guillerme A, Nègre V, and Sakarovitch J. Nuts and Bolts of Construction History Vol 11, pp 125-133
  • Clarke L, McGuire C., and Wall C. (2012) ‘The changing and distinct character of construction labour in Britain’ in eds Dainty A. and Loosemore M., HRM in Construction: Critical Perspectives, Taylor and Francis (Oxon) 
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2011) ‘Europäische Qualifikationen und unterschiedliche Kompetenzkonzepte’ in ed. Fischer M., Becker M. and Spöttl G, Kompetenzdiagnostik in der beruflichen Bildung – Probleme und Perspektiven, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang
  • Clarke L. (2011) ‘Trade? Job? Or Occupation?: the development of occupational labour markets for bricklaying and lorry driving’, chapter 7 in Brockmann, M., Clarke, L., Hanf, G., Méhaut, P., Westerhuis, A., Winch, C. (2011) Knowledge, Skills, Competence in the European Labour Market: What’s in a Qualfication? Oxford, Routledge
  • Clarke L. and Westerhuis A. (2011) ‘Zones of mutual trust’, chapter 9 in Brockmann, M., Clarke, L., Hanf, G., Méhaut, P., Westerhuis, A., Winch, C. (2011) Knowledge, Skills, Competence in the European Labour Market: What’s in a Qualfication? Oxford, Routledge
  • Clarke Linda and Wall Christine (2011) ‘Skilled versus Qualified Labour: the exclusion of women from the construction industry’ in Davis M. (ed) Class and Gender in British Labour History, Merlin Press 
  • Chan P., Clarke L. and Dainty A. (2010 and paperback 2012) ‘The Dynamics of Migrant Employment in Construction: can supply of Skilled Labour ever match Demand?’ in Who needs migrant workers: labour shortages, immigration and public policy, ed. Ruhs M. and Anderson B., Oxford University Press
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2010) ‘The distinct nature of work-based VET in England: a reflection of employer interests?’ in F. Rauner and E. Smith (eds) Rediscovering Apprenticeship, Dordrecht: Springer
  • Clarke Linda (2007) ‘The emergence and reinforcement of class and gender divisions in vocational education’ in Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch, Vocational Education: international approaches, developments and systems, Routledge, ISBN 9780-415 380614 
  • Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch (2007) ‘Introduction: different approaches to VET’ in Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch, Vocational Education: international approaches, developments and systems, Routledge, 
  • Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch (2007) ‘Vocational Education: conceptual differences between Britain and Germany’ in J. Beichel and K. Fees (eds) Bildung oder outcome?: Leitideen der standardisierten Schule im Diskurs, Herbolzheim: Centaurus Verlag  Clarke Linda and Georg Herrmann (2007) ‘Divergent Divisions of Labour’ in ed. A. Dainty, People and Culture in Construction, Taylor and Francis, pp. 85-105, ISBN 9780 0 415 34870 6
  • Clarke Linda, E. Michielsens and C. Wall (2006) ‘Women in Manual Trades’ in Managing Diversity and Equality in Construction: initiatives and practice, pp. 151-168, Routledge: 
  • Clarke Linda and Christine Wall (2006) ‘Omitted from History: Women in the Building Trades’ in Dunkeld M, Campbell J., Louw H., Tutton M, Addis B., Powell C. and Thorne R. (eds)Proceedings of the Second International congress on Construction History, Queen’s College Cambridge University, 29th March-2nd April. ISBN 0701702036, keynote paper, pp. 35-59
  • Clarke Linda, Elsebet Frydendal Pederson, Elisabeth Michielsens, Barbara Susman and Christine Wall (2004), ‘Introduction’ in Women in Construction (see above), pp 8-22.
  • Clarke, Linda and Christine Wall (2004) ‘Now you’re in, now you’re out: women’s changing participation in the building trades in Britain’ in Women in Construction (see above), pp 24-47.
  • Clarke Linda and Georg Herrmann (2004) ‘The Institutionalisation of Skill in Britain and Germany: examples from the construction sector’ in The Skills that Matter ed. C. Warhurst, Irena Grugulis and Ewart Keep, Palgrave 2004 (ISBN 1 4039 0639-4), pp 128-147
  • Clarke, Linda, Elisabeth Michielsens and Christine Wall (2000) 'Diverse Equality in Europe' in Mike Noon and Emmanuel Ogbonna (eds) Equality and Diversity in Employment, Macmillan. 
  • Clarke, Linda (1999) 'The Changing Structure and Significance of Apprenticeship with special reference to Construction' in Patrick Ainly and Helen Rainbird (eds) Apprenticeship: Towards a New Paradigm of Learning, Kogan Page. 
  • Clarke, Linda (1998) 'Disparitäten in Lohnverhältnissen und der Reproduktion von Arbeit' in Martin Schwanholz (ed.), Wege zum sozialen Frieden in Europa, University of Osnabrück.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bingham C., Michielsens M., and Clarke L. (2014) ‘Managing diversity through flexible-work arrangements: management perspectives’, Employee Relations, January
  • Bingham C, Clarke L, Michielsens E., and van der Meer M. (2013) ‘Towards a social model?: British and Dutch disability policies in the health sector compared’ in Personnel Review, Vol. 42, No 5, pp 613-637
  • McGuire C., Clarke L. and Wall C. (2013) ‘Battles on the Barbican: the struggle for trade unionism in the British building industry 1965-7’, History Workshop Journal, 75, Spring, pp. 33-57
  • Clarke L., Winch C. and Brockmann M. (2013) ‘Trade-based skills versus Occupational Capacity: the example of bricklaying in Europe’, Work, Employment and Society, December, 
  • Clarke L. (2012) ‘The dangers of hidden exclusion from the construction industry: blacklisting’ in CLR News, 3/2012 Diversity and Exclusion in Construction 
  • Clarke L and Gleeson C. (2011) ‘Introduction’ in Climate change and construction labour, CLR News 4, 6-7
  • Clarke L. and Holborough A. (2011) ‘The Forthcoming Olympics in London’ CLR News 2, pp. 44-53, 
  • Clarke L., Donnelly E., Hyman R., Kelly J., McKay S. and Moore S. (2011) ‘What’s the Point of Industrial Relations?’ in The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, Vol. 27, Issue 3, September, pp 239-254
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2010) ‘The Apprenticeship Framework in England: a new beginning or a continuing sham?’ Journal of Education and Work, Vol. 23, No. 2, March, pp 111-127
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2010) ‘Bricklaying qualifications, work and VET in Europe’ CLR News 1, pp. 7-41
  • Clarke L. and Wall C. (2009) ‘A woman’s place is where she wants to work’: barriers to the entry and retention of women into the skilled building trades’, in Scottish Labour History, Vol. 44, pp. 16-39
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2009) ‘Competence and competency in the EQF and in competence-based VET systems: different conceptions and realities in England, France, the Netherlands and Germany’ in special issue of Journal of European Industrial Training on ‘European approaches to competence’ guest edited by Jonathan Winterton,, Vol 33, No 8/9, pp 787-799
  • Clarke L., van der Meer M., Bingham C., Michielsens E., Miller S. (2009) ‘Enabling and disabling: disability in the British and Dutch construction sectors’, in Construction Management and Economics, 27, April-June, pp. 555-568
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2009), ‘Difficulties in Recognising Vocational Skills and Qualifications across Europe’ Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, Vol. 16, No. 1, March, pp. 97-109
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2008) ‘Länderübergreifende Gleichwertigkeit beruflicher Fertigkeiten und Qualifikationen’, Berufsbildung in Wissenschaft und Praxis,Zeitschrift des Bundesinstituts für Berufssbildung, 5.
  • Stuttard G. interviewed by Clarke L. and Gold M. (2008) ‘Trade union education: some thoughts from the past’ in Post-16 Educator, Issue 48, November-December 21-23
  • Clarke L. and Janssen J. (2008) ‘A historical context for theories underpinning the production of the built environment’, Building Research and Information, 36(6), 659-662 
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L., Méhaut P. and Winch C. (2008), ‘Competence-Based Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Europe: the cases of England and France’ Vocations and Learning, 1/3, 227-244
  • Clarke L. and Gribling M. (2008) ‘Obstacles to diversity in construction: the example of Heathrow Terminal 5’ in Construction Management and Economics, October, 26/10, pp 1055-1065 
  • Brockmann M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2008), ’Can performance-related learning outcomes have standards?’ in Journal of European Industrial Training, 32, 2/3, 99-113
  • Brockmann, M., Clarke L. and Winch C. (2008) ‘Knowledge, Skills, Competence: European divergences in vocational education and training – the English, German and Dutch cases’, inOxford Review of Education Vol. 34, No. 5, October, pp. 547-567
  • Clarke Linda and Georg Herrmann (2007) ‘Skill shortages, recruitment and retention in the housebuilding sector’, Personnel Review, Vol. 36. No. 4., pp 509-527
  • Clarke Linda (2006) ‘Valuing Labour’ in Building Research and Information, 34(3) pp. 1-11
  • Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch (2006), ‘A European Skills Framework? – but what are skills?  Anglo-Saxon versus German concepts’, Journal of Education and Work, Vol. 19/3, July, 255-269
  • Byrne Justin, Clarke Linda and Marc van der Meer (2005) ‘Gender and ethnic minority exclusion from skilled occupations in construction: a Western European comparison’ inConstruction Management and Economics, 23, Dec, pp. 1025-1034
  • Clarke Linda (2005) ‘From Craft to Qualified Building Labour in Britain: a comparative approach’ in Labor History, Vol. 46, No. 4, November, pp. 473-494, awarded best non-US article 2005
  • Clarke Linda, Elsebet Frydendal Pederson, Elisabeth Michielsens, Barbara Susman and Christine Wall (2005) ‘The European Social Partners for Construction: force for exclusion or inclusion?’ in European Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 11, No. 2, July, pp 151-178
  • Clarke, Linda and Georg Herrmann (2004), ‘Cost vs. production: labour deployment and productivity in social housing construction in England, Scotland, Denmark and Germany’ inConstruction Management and Economics, Vol. 22, No. 10, December,  pp. 1057-1066
  • Clarke, Linda and Christopher Winch (2004) ‘Apprenticeship and Applied Theoretical Knowledge’, in Educational Philosophy and Theory, Vol. 36, No. 5, November, pp.509-521
  • Clarke, Linda and Georg Herrmann (2004), ‘Cost vs. production: disparities in social housing construction in Britain and Germany’, Construction Management and Economics, 22, June, 521-532
  • Clarke Linda and Christopher Winch (2003) ‘Front-loaded vocational education versus lifelong learning’, Oxford Review of Education vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 239-252
  • Sep Arkani, Linda Clarke and Elisabeth Michielsens (2003) ‘The State of Construction Training and Employment in the Local Economy of Jersey, Local Economy vol. 18, No. 3, August, pp 196-207
  • Sep Arkani, Linda Clarke and Elisabeth Michielsens (2003) ‘Regulation for Survival: training and skills in the construction labour market in Jersey’, Journal of Vocational Education and Training vol. 53, No. 3, pp 261-279
  • Vanessa Beck and Linda Clarke (2002) ‘Gleichstellung von Frauen und ethnische Minderheiten in einem von Benachteilingungen geprägten Arbeitsmarkt: Das Beispiel Grossbritannien’, in Zeitschrift für Frauenforschung Geschlecterstudien, 1 & 2/2002, Berlin.
  • Clarke, Linda and Christine Wall (2000) 'Craft versus Industry: the division of labour in European housing construction', Construction Management and Economics 18, 689-698. 
  • Clarke, Linda, Elisabeth Frydendal Pedersen and Christine Wall (1999) 'Balancing Acts in Construction: a study of two painters in Denmark and Britain', NORA (Nordic Journal of Women's Studies) 7, 2/3. 
  • Clarke, Linda and Christine Wall (1998) 'UK Construction Skills Training in the Context of European Developments', Construction Management and Economics 16, pp 553-67. 
  • Clarke, Linda, Thomas Lange, J. R. Shackleton and Siobhan Walsh (1994) 'The Political Economy of Training: should Britain try to emulate Germany?', Political Quarterly 65, 1, p. 74

Colin Gleeson

  • Gleeson, C. P., Clarke, L. (2013) The neglected role of labour in low energy construction: ‘thermal literacy’ and the difference between design intention and performance. Conference paper for Work in a Warming World, Toronto, November 2013.
  • Gleeson, C. P., Lowe, R. (2013) ‘Meta-analysis of European heat pump field trial efficiencies’.Energy and Buildings, 66 . pp. 637-647. 
  • Gleeson, C. P., Yang, J., Lloyd-Jones, T. (2011) European retrofit network: retrofitting evaluation methodology report. Project Report. University of Westminster
  • Gleeson, C. P. (2008) Building services and the code for sustainable homes. In: COBRA 2008: the construction and building research conference of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, held at Dublin Institute of Technology, 4-5 September 2008. RICS, London. ISBN 9781842194348
  • Gleeson, C. P., and Burke, A. J. (2007) Taking environmental engineering out of the laboratory In: Built Environment Education Annual Conference (BEECON 2007), 12 - 13 Sep 2007, University of Westminster, London.

 

Christine Wall

BOOKS/BOOKLETS

  • Wall, C. (2013) An Architecture of Parts: architects, building workers and industrialisation in Britain 1940-70, Routledge
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012a) The Art of Concrete: Building the South Bank Arts Centre, London: ProBE, 46pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012b) Building a Community: Construction Workers in Stevenage 1950-1970, London: ProBE, 40pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012c) It was a new world: Building Sizewell A Nuclear Power Station, London: ProBE, 50pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012d) Building the Barbican 1962-1982: taking the industry out of the dark ages, London: ProBE, 54pp
  • Wall C., Clarke L., McGuire C., and Muñoz-Rojas O. (2012e) Building the M1 Motorway,London: ProBE, 42pp
  • Kirk J., and Wall C. (2011) Work, Identity and Social Action in the Twentieth Century: bank workers, rail workers and teachers, Palgrave/Macmillan
  • Clarke, Linda, Elsebet Frydendal Pedersen, Elisabeth Michielsens, Barbara Susman and Christine Wall (2004) Women in Construction, Reed  
  • Clarke, Linda & Christine Wall (1998) A Blueprint for Change: Construction Skills Training in Britain, Policy Press, Bristol
  • Construction Industry Board prepared with Linda Clarke, D. Gann, P. Senker and C. Wall (1998) A Strategic Review of Construction Skills Training, Thomas Telford Publishing. 
  • Clarke Linda, Christine Wall and Elisabeth Michielsens (1997) A Fair Day's Work: Women in the Direct Labour Organisations, London Women and the Manual Trades, London 
  • Clarke Linda, Christine Wall (1996) Staying Power: Women in Direct Labour Building Teams, London Women and the Manual Trades, London
  • Clarke Linda and Christine Wall (1996) Skills and the Construction Process: a comparative study of vocational training and quality in social housebuilding, Policy Press in association with Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Bristol

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Clarke L., McGuire C, Wall C. (2013) ‘Battles on the Barbican: the Struggle for Trade Unionism in the British Building Industry, 1965–7’, in Strikes and Social Conflicts,(forthcoming)
  • Muñoz-Rojas, O., Wall C., and Clarke L. (2013) ‘Rethinking Brutalist Buildings: their soul is in their making’, in Monstrous Spaces: the Other Frontier, Gheran N.L. and Monteith K. (eds), Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, pp. 93-104
  • Clarke L., McGuire C, Wall C. (2012) ‘The significance of building labour to the production of the built environment’, in eds Carvais R, Guillerme A, Nègre V, and Sakarovitch J. Nuts and Bolts of Construction History Vol 11, pp 107-114
  • Wall C. Clarke L., McGuire C. (2012) ‘Concrete Constructors: oral history accounts of building work on a large, complex site in 1960s Britain’ in eds Carvais R, Guillerme A, Nègre V, and Sakarovitch J. Nuts and Bolts of Construction History Vol 11, pp 125-133
  • Clarke L, McGuire C., and Wall C. (2012) ‘The changing and distinct character of construction labour in Britain’ in eds Dainty A. and Loosemore M., HRM in Construction: Critical Perspectives, Taylor and Francis (Oxon) 
  • Clarke Linda and Wall Christine (2011) ‘Skilled versus Qualified Labour: the exclusion of women from the construction industry’ in Davis M. (ed) Class and Gender in British Labour History, Merlin Press 
  • Clarke Linda, E. Michielsens and C. Wall (2006) ‘Women in Manual Trades’ in Managing Diversity and Equality in Construction: initiatives and practice, pp. 151-168, Routledge: 
  • Clarke Linda and Christine Wall (2006) ‘Omitted from History: Women in the Building Trades’ in Dunkeld M, Campbell J., Louw H., Tutton M, Addis B., Powell C. and Thorne R. (eds)Proceedings of the Second International congress on Construction History, Queen’s College Cambridge University, 29th March-2nd April. ISBN 0701702036, keynote paper, pp. 35-59
  • Clarke Linda, Elsebet Frydendal Pederson, Elisabeth Michielsens, Barbara Susman and Christine Wall (2004), ‘Introduction’ in Women in Construction (see above), pp 8-22.
  • Clarke, Linda and Christine Wall (2004) ‘Now you’re in, now you’re out: women’s changing participation in the building trades in Britain’ in Women in Construction (see above), pp 24-47
  • Clarke, Linda, Elisabeth Michielsens and Christine Wall (2000) 'Diverse Equality in Europe' in Mike Noon and Emmanuel Ogbonna (eds) Equality and Diversity in Employment, Macmillan.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • McGuire C., Clarke L. and Wall C. (2013) ‘Battles on the Barbican: the struggle for trade unionism in the British building industry 1965-7’, History Workshop Journal, 75, Spring, pp. 33-57
  • Wall C. (2010) ‘Something to Show for It: the place of mementoes in women’s oral histories of work’, Management and Organizational History, Sage
  • Clarke L. and Wall C. (2010) ‘A woman’s place is where she wants to work’: barriers to the retention of women in the building industry after the Second World War’ Scottish Labour History, 
  • Martin, J., Kirk J. and Wall C. (2009) ‘Biography, Education and Civic Action: Teaching Generations and Social Change’ in Theorising Identities and Social Action, ed M. Wetherell, Palgrave/Macmillan
  • Kirk J. and Wall C. (2009) ‘Resilience and loss in work identities: a narrative analysis of some retired teachers’ work-life histories,’ British Educational Research Journal, 99999:1
  • Wall C. (2008) ‘Picturing an Occupational Identity: images of teachers in careers and trade union publications 1940-2000’, History of Education, vol. 37, No.2, 317-340
  • Clarke, Linda and Christine Wall (2000) 'Craft versus Industry: the division of labour in European housing construction', Construction Management and Economics 18, 689-698. 
  • Clarke, Linda, Elisabeth Frydendal Pedersen and Christine Wall (1999) 'Balancing Acts in Construction: a study of two painters in Denmark and Britain', NORA (Nordic Journal of Women's Studies) 7, 2/3. 
  • Clarke, Linda and Christine Wall (1998) 'UK Construction Skills Training in the Context of European Developments', Construction Management and Economics 16, pp 553-67
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