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1 Demography
population is growing
___% of growth is taking place in LEDC's
population of MEDC's
global population expected to stabilis…
exponentially since industrial revolution in 1800's
95%... because high birth rate and increasing survival rate... popu…
has peaked and is beginning to decrease
2050-2080
population is growing
exponentially since industrial revolution in 1800's
___% of growth is taking place in LEDC's
95%... because high birth rate and increasing survival rate... popu…
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Demo 1: Demography Terms
migrate
birth rate
dense
immigrant
To move from one place to another
number of births per 1000 in a given population.
Closely packed together
a person who leaves one country to live in another
migrate
To move from one place to another
birth rate
number of births per 1000 in a given population.
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Demo 1: Demography Terms
migrate
birth rate
dense
immigrant
To move from one place to another
number of births per 1000 in a given population.
Closely packed together
a person who leaves one country to live in another
migrate
To move from one place to another
birth rate
number of births per 1000 in a given population.
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Demography Exam 1
1. How large (or small) is the populat…
Demography
Variables
Fertility... Mortality ... Migration
What are the 3 primary demographic question?
The scientific study of the SIZE, COMPOSITION, and SPATIAL DI…
A phenomenon whose value (changes) from case to case, and is…
What 3 basic demographic processes affect population?
1. How large (or small) is the populat…
What are the 3 primary demographic question?
Demography
The scientific study of the SIZE, COMPOSITION, and SPATIAL DI…
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Unit 1: Population (Demography/Migration)
Push-Pull Factors
Migratory Movement
Intercontinental Migration
Interregional Migration
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
Migration flow involving movement across international borders
Permanent movement from one region of a country to another.
Push-Pull Factors
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migratory Movement
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
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4.1 demography
Where is population growth occurring m…
rate of human population growth is...
entire world population
Thomas Malthus
poverty-stricken developing nations that are ill-equipped to…
slowing
seven billion
An Essay of the principles of Population... humans will outstrip…
Where is population growth occurring m…
poverty-stricken developing nations that are ill-equipped to…
rate of human population growth is...
slowing
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45.1 - Population Demography
Learning Goals:... - describe how ecolog…
Demography
2 main characteristics used to describ…
Examples of using size & density to ex…
...
Statistical study of population dynamics - uses mathematical…
Population size (# of individuals)... Population density (# of i…
For example, larger pops. are more stable because greater var…
Learning Goals:... - describe how ecolog…
...
Demography
Statistical study of population dynamics - uses mathematical…
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Demography Review #1
How do you calculate instantaneous gro…
How do you rearrange the equation to i…
How do you calculate doubling or tripl…
How do you calculate person-years?
N(T) = e^r*T
rbar* = [ln(N(T)/N(0)]/T
Double time= ln(2)/rbar* ... Tripling time = ln(3)/rbar*
PY[0,T] = [N(T) - N(0)] / rbar*
How do you calculate instantaneous gro…
N(T) = e^r*T
How do you rearrange the equation to i…
rbar* = [ln(N(T)/N(0)]/T
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Demography Exam #1
In stage three of the demographic tran…
What specifically was Paul Ehrlich con…
How are we so sure population will not…
Why are the developing countries, wher…
Previously couples will have big families so that there is in…
He was concerned that given India's population growth and foo…
2011 growth rate is 1.1% - implies doubling time of 60 years.…
The investors promise a lot: ... • new seeds, ... • new marketing,…
In stage three of the demographic tran…
Previously couples will have big families so that there is in…
What specifically was Paul Ehrlich con…
He was concerned that given India's population growth and foo…
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Unit 1: Demography
Crude Birth Rate
Crude Death Rate
Total Fertility Rate
Infant Mortality Rate
The number of births per 1000 population in a given year
The number of deaths per 1000 population in a given year
The average number of children that would be born alive to a…
The number of deaths of infants under 1 years of age per 1000…
Crude Birth Rate
The number of births per 1000 population in a given year
Crude Death Rate
The number of deaths per 1000 population in a given year
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Demography Ch 1
Demography
Population Size
Population Growth or Decline
Population Processes
the scientific study of human population
how many people there are in a given place
how the number of people in that area change over time
trends in fertility, mortality and migration that are determi…
Demography
the scientific study of human population
Population Size
how many people there are in a given place
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12.1 Anthropological Demography
IPAT
William Durham
Demography
Anthropological Demography
Townshend: Impact = Affluence x Tech x Population. More afflu…
IPAT=too simplistic, need to account for structural causes of…
The scientific study of human populations, primarily with res…
Use of ethnography (participant observation) and demography (…
IPAT
Townshend: Impact = Affluence x Tech x Population. More afflu…
William Durham
IPAT=too simplistic, need to account for structural causes of…
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1.2 Classic Demography
unit of analysis
population density
closed population
open population
scale can vary greatly, influences nature of statistical anal…
the number of people living per unit of area, the number of p…
population change = natural increase ... a population without mi…
population change = natural increase + immigration - emigrati…
unit of analysis
scale can vary greatly, influences nature of statistical anal…
population density
the number of people living per unit of area, the number of p…
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Demography Exam #1
What is demography
What is population?
What is population composition?
Population Processes
the study of statistics such as births, deaths, income, or th…
Population is the set of people living in an area at a given…
Changes due to growth or reclassification/changing definition…
Growth -Fertility -Mortality -Migration -Aging of Population
What is demography
the study of statistics such as births, deaths, income, or th…
What is population?
Population is the set of people living in an area at a given…
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Demography EXAM 1
Three Main Questions in Demography
Answer to those 3 Questions
Define: Demography
3 Demographic Models
1) How large (or small) is the population?... 2) How is the pop…
1) Fertility... 2) Mortality... 3) Migration
Demography is the scientific study of the SIZE, COMPOSITION,…
1) Formal Demography... ... 2) Population Studies I... 3) Population…
Three Main Questions in Demography
1) How large (or small) is the population?... 2) How is the pop…
Answer to those 3 Questions
1) Fertility... 2) Mortality... 3) Migration
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12.1 Anthropological Demography
population and environment: IPAT (from…
political ecology (william durham)
anthropological demography
demography
-impact = population X affluence X technology... -the impact of…
-IPAT is too simplistic... -need to account for structural cause…
-while an ethnographer's census can be highly accurate, the s…
the scientific study of human populations, primarily with res…
population and environment: IPAT (from…
-impact = population X affluence X technology... -the impact of…
political ecology (william durham)
-IPAT is too simplistic... -need to account for structural cause…
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Demography test 1
Formal demography
Population studies
Population has three facets
population composition
pure demography, more narrowly focused interests in populatio…
includes all of the above but also the study of relationships…
absolute size, distribution, density
age, sex, ethnicity
Formal demography
pure demography, more narrowly focused interests in populatio…
Population studies
includes all of the above but also the study of relationships…
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demography test 1
Demography def
Population processes(3)
Demographic characteristics
demographic balancing equation closed…
Study of the size, composition, and distribution of populations
Fertility, migration, mortality
Age and sex
P2=P1+B(1,2)-D(1,2)
Demography def
Study of the size, composition, and distribution of populations
Population processes(3)
Fertility, migration, mortality
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Demography Exam 1
demography
df population size
df population growth
df population process
the mathematical knowledge of populations, their general move…
# of people in a given space
# of people in that pace over time
levels and trends in fertility, morality, and migration
demography
the mathematical knowledge of populations, their general move…
df population size
# of people in a given space
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Demography Vocab Quiz 1
Malthusian theory
Neo-Malthusian Theory
Structural Functionalist Perspective (…
Carrying capacity
pertaining to the theories of Malthus which state that popula…
a person who accepts the basic malthusian premise that popula…
population growth creates divisions of labor and greater spec…
the size of population that could theoretically be maintained…
Malthusian theory
pertaining to the theories of Malthus which state that popula…
Neo-Malthusian Theory
a person who accepts the basic malthusian premise that popula…
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demography quiz 1
Malthusian theory
Neo-Malthusian theory
Structural Functionalist (e.g. Durkhei…
Carrying capacity
the population tends to increase at a geometric rate, while t…
accepts the basic Malthusian premise that population growth t…
the division of labor varies in direct ratio with the volume…
the size population that could theoretically be maintained in…
Malthusian theory
the population tends to increase at a geometric rate, while t…
Neo-Malthusian theory
accepts the basic Malthusian premise that population growth t…
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Demography - family - unit 1
Demography
Birth rate
Total fertility rate
Infant mortality
Study of the population
No. Of births per yr per 1000 of population
Average no. Of children women have in their fertile years
No. Of infants who die before their 1st birthday per 1000 bab…
Demography
Study of the population
Birth rate
No. Of births per yr per 1000 of population
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Demography Exam 1
The physiological ability for individu…
what are the key proximate determinant…
Total fertility rates have recently
Fertility is defined as
Fecundity
Contraceptive use and abortion
decline significantly compared to 1950's levels
The number of live births women have
The physiological ability for individu…
Fecundity
what are the key proximate determinant…
Contraceptive use and abortion
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Unit 1: Population (Demography/Migration)
Push-Pull Factors
Migratory Movement
Intercontinental Migration
Interregional Migration
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
Migration flow involving movement across international borders
Permanent movement from one region of a country to another.
Push-Pull Factors
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migratory Movement
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
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Sociological Demography Exam 1
Spatial demography
Segmentation/targeting
Cluster marketing
Carrying capacity-
the analysis of demographic data that takes into account the…
the manufacturing and packaging of products or the provision…
process of marketing to particular groups
the number of people that can be supported in an area given t…
Spatial demography
the analysis of demographic data that takes into account the…
Segmentation/targeting
the manufacturing and packaging of products or the provision…
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Social Demography Test 1
1. Demography defined
2. Reasons why demography is important
3. Population event
4. Sociological imagination
The scientific study of human population, its size and compos…
Growth of populations, impacts of urbanization, changes in th…
Occurrence that happens at an individual level that effects a…
Ability to connect what happens to an individual to a much la…
1. Demography defined
The scientific study of human population, its size and compos…
2. Reasons why demography is important
Growth of populations, impacts of urbanization, changes in th…
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Demography Readings Test 1
american exceptionalism
lipset's american exceptionalism argum…
when was first census taken
how many people will there be in 2050
Alexis de Tocquivelle 1830- individualism fosters mobility
inequality, poverty rates high, life expectancy low, lots if…
1970- Vermont, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Maine 3.9 mil
400 mil
american exceptionalism
Alexis de Tocquivelle 1830- individualism fosters mobility
lipset's american exceptionalism argum…
inequality, poverty rates high, life expectancy low, lots if…
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chapter 1: introduction to demography
what is demography?
Modern demography is the study of the…
demography can be influenced by... (6…
importance of demographic study: globa…
demography is the scientific study of human populations (demo…
determinants / consequences
population size, population growth, population processes, pop…
youth bulge / terrorism /regional
what is demography?
demography is the scientific study of human populations (demo…
Modern demography is the study of the…
determinants / consequences
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Unit 1:Demography
Carrying Capacity
J-curve
Disease Diffusion
Medical Revolution
The population level that can be supported, given the quantit…
This is when the projection population show exponential growt…
When disease spreads from a central source and spread to a ne…
A very significant chance in the nature or practice of medici…
Carrying Capacity
The population level that can be supported, given the quantit…
J-curve
This is when the projection population show exponential growt…
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Global Demography Test 1
Fecundity
Fertility
Davis and Blake's Intermediate Variables
How many children do women have the po…
The physical ability to reproduce
Reproductive performance (actually having kids)
Potential Fertility-Intermediate Variables- Actual Fertility
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Fecundity
The physical ability to reproduce
Fertility
Reproductive performance (actually having kids)
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Unit 1: Population (Demography/Migration)
Push-Pull Factors
Migratory Movement
Intercontinental Migration
Interregional Migration
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
Migration flow involving movement across international borders
Permanent movement from one region of a country to another.
Push-Pull Factors
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migratory Movement
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
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Demography Test 1- Lecture 1
3 primary questions
emmigration
immigration
demography
1) how large is pop? fertility... 2) what are the characteristic…
moving out
moving in
the scientific study of the size, composition, and spacial di…
3 primary questions
1) how large is pop? fertility... 2) what are the characteristic…
emmigration
moving out
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SOC 3400 - Demography Exam #1
Demographic Equation
Demographic Processes
Cohort analysis
Fertility
CBR - CDR (+/-) migration = rate of natural increase
fertility, mortality, migration
A group of subjects who have shared a particular time togethe…
The natural capability of producing offspring... -the number of…
Demographic Equation
CBR - CDR (+/-) migration = rate of natural increase
Demographic Processes
fertility, mortality, migration
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Dr. Szafran Global Demography Test #1
Definition of Demography
What are the five most populous countr…
What are the 3 ways population can cha…
What is the basic demographic equation?
The study of human populations: Their size (causes and conseq…
1. China... 2. India... 3. U.S.... 4. Indonesia... 5. Brazil
Fertility, Migration, and Mortality
Pop2 = pop1 + births - deaths + immigration - emigration
Definition of Demography
The study of human populations: Their size (causes and conseq…
What are the five most populous countr…
1. China... 2. India... 3. U.S.... 4. Indonesia... 5. Brazil
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DCD MIDTERMS Q1: Demography
Demography
- Population Size... - Population Composi…
Population Composition/ Structure
- age (most common)... - gender (2nd most…
study of human population
Human Phenomena
all measurable characteristics of the people in a given popul…
Most common characteristics of Population Composition (5)
Demography
study of human population
- Population Size... - Population Composi…
Human Phenomena
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1. SOCIOLOGY: Demography and families/housholds
Birth rate trend
Reasons for the fall in birth rate
Consequences of fall in birth rate
Trend in death rate
Long term decline since 1900... 'Baby Booms' after world wars
1. changes in the position of women... - legal equality... -better…
+ Higher standard of living... + Children are better cared for... +…
Decreased over the last century... 19 in 1900... 10 in 2007... Rose d…
Birth rate trend
Long term decline since 1900... 'Baby Booms' after world wars
Reasons for the fall in birth rate
1. changes in the position of women... - legal equality... -better…
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Unit 1: Population (Demography/Migration)
Population Distribution
Demography
Demographic Regions
Cartogram
Locations on earth's surface where people live.
The study of patterns and rates of population change, includi…
Different parts of the world in different stages of the demog…
A map in which some thematic mapping variable is substituted…
Population Distribution
Locations on earth's surface where people live.
Demography
The study of patterns and rates of population change, includi…
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Racines grecques et latines - Démographie 1
géo- ( -gée )... (géographie : la descrip…
-graph- ( -gramme )... (démographie : la…
démo-... (démocratie : le pouvoir du peup…
ethno- ( ethn- )... (ethnologie : étude d…
Terre (grec)
tracé, écriture, description (grec)
population, peuple (grec)
ethnie, groupe d'hommes qui partage une même culture (grec)
géo- ( -gée )... (géographie : la descrip…
Terre (grec)
-graph- ( -gramme )... (démographie : la…
tracé, écriture, description (grec)
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Unit 1: Population (Demography/Migration)_P
Push-Pull Factors
Migratory Movement
Intercontinental Migration
Interregional Migration
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
Migration flow involving movement across international borders
Permanent movement from one region of a country to another.
Push-Pull Factors
Pull factors are characteristics at a destination that draw a…
Migratory Movement
Migration is a more permanent type of movement, in which the…
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Week 7.1: Demography of small populations
2 types of processes affect extinction
two paradigms
Stochasticity
Spatial structures
Deterministic: predictable threats... Stochastic: uncertainty, p…
Declining paradigm, small population paradigm
Genetic, demographic, environmental, catastrophe
Number and size of patches... Connectivity between patches... Abili…
2 types of processes affect extinction
Deterministic: predictable threats... Stochastic: uncertainty, p…
two paradigms
Declining paradigm, small population paradigm
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Home ec topic 1 society and health (Demography)
Demography
Population
Fertility rate
Mortality rate
The study of human populations eg. Size, growth and vital sta…
The number of people inhabiting a specified area of space, as…
The ratio of live births and is expressed per 1000 population…
The ratio of deaths and is expressed per 1000 population per…
Demography
The study of human populations eg. Size, growth and vital sta…
Population
The number of people inhabiting a specified area of space, as…
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Theme #1: Human-Environment Interaction: Demography and Disease
Demographic shifts
Fertility
Birth rate
Infant mortality
...
...
...
...
Demographic shifts
...
Fertility
...
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Demography Test 1- Lecture 2 & 3
census
de jure census
de facto census
types of errors in demographic data
-total process of collecting, compiling, and demographic publ…
he enumerated classifies each person according to his or her…
the enumerated classifies each person according to his or her…
coverage, classification, or processing
census
-total process of collecting, compiling, and demographic publ…
de jure census
he enumerated classifies each person according to his or her…
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Socy 412 - Family Demography Exam 1
Incidence Measure
Prevalence measure
Economic Barriers to Marriage
Social Barriers to Marriage
Measure of new cases. Allows determination of probability of…
Measure of cases within a population. Allows determination of…
Men's financial contributions... Women's financial contributions…
Relationship quality... Aversion to divorce... Children by other pa…
Incidence Measure
Measure of new cases. Allows determination of probability of…
Prevalence measure
Measure of cases within a population. Allows determination of…
Exam 1 (Global environment, Demography and resources, Oil)
Conservationism
Environmentalism (1950s)
Rachel Carson
Ecologism (1990s)
Roosevelt and Muir: setting aside parks and forests for prese…
Rachel Carson and Silent Spring
challenged the notion that humans could obtain mastery over n…
Deep ecology: (Norwegian philosopher Arnie Naess) scientific…
Conservationism
Roosevelt and Muir: setting aside parks and forests for prese…
Environmentalism (1950s)
Rachel Carson and Silent Spring
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Demography 414- Chapter 1 Lecture Outline
Define demography.
What are the two branches of demography?
What is formal demography?
What is social demography?
Demography is the science of population.
The two branches of demography are: formal demography and soc…
Formal demography focuses on population size, composition, ge…
Social demography is the study of human aggregates. It explor…
Define demography.
Demography is the science of population.
What are the two branches of demography?
The two branches of demography are: formal demography and soc…
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socy test 1 (culture, age, demography)
culture
material dimension
normative dimension
cultural values
the established ways of thinking, believing, feeling, and act…
the physical or technological aspects of our daily lives, inc…
concerned with the rules society uses to evaluate behavior an…
beliefs or feelings that are widely shared by members of a so…
culture
the established ways of thinking, believing, feeling, and act…
material dimension
the physical or technological aspects of our daily lives, inc…
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Demography: Populations, Reproduction and Mortality(Part 1)
demography
What effects future population growth?
What are population size and growth ra…
population ecology
study of human population... -population size... -population distri…
age and sex effects future population growth
population size and growth rate are used as a measure of popu…
factors that regulate population size and growth
demography
study of human population... -population size... -population distri…
What effects future population growth?
age and sex effects future population growth
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APHG Unit#2: Demography- Vocabulary Group 1&2
Population
Carrying Capacity
Cohort
Census
All the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or country
The largest number of people that the environment of a partic…
A population group that's distinguished by certain characteri…
A complete enumeration of a population
Population
All the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or country
Carrying Capacity
The largest number of people that the environment of a partic…
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S3 U1.L1 -Demography 1
Gully, channel
Central Bureau of Statistics
Clean up
Fluctuate; wavy, bumpy (of roads, etc)
Alur
Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS)
Berbenah
Bergelombang
Gully, channel
Alur
Central Bureau of Statistics
Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS)
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