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  1. 1. International Conference Conference theme: October 8 - October 10, 2014 Inn at Opryland Nashville, Tennessee USA Transformation and Change for the Future: Employment Practices and Principles inTransition http://www.cerrnet.org/ http://www.institute-leadership-global.org/v2/ http:// www.APUS.edu For inquiries on papers, panels or symposia may be directed to: CONFERENCE PRESIDENT AND PROGRAM CHAIR Conference theme: Submission deadline June 30, 2014 Robert Halliman Ph.D. School of Technology and Public Management Austin Peay State University Clarksville, Tennesse Email: hallimanr@apsu.edu Submission deadline June 30, 2014 Each submission should include: title page (separate) with name, affiliation, phone, fax, and email of each author. Papers must be prepared strictly according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Please email a copy of papers, abstracts, and proposals for panels, symposia, or round-tables as an attached file in Word to: AEPP Admin: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Second copy to: hallimanr@apsu.edu The deadline for receipt of full papers and abstracts is June 30, 2014, although early submission is encouraged and appreciated. Authors of accepted presentations must register for the conference by July 31, 2014 to ensure inclusion in the conference proceedings. For papers invited for publication in International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices & Principles), please contact Editor-in-Chief: John P. Keenan, Ph.D. ijrepp@institute-leadership-global.org www.aepp.net www.cerrnet.org Track Areas (Scholar and Practitioner) Continued Nonprofit Organizations: Passion and compassion in nonprofit management; career development, course development, publishing; teaching management of nonprofit organizations; impact of economic changes; other timely issues. Finance/Accounting/Economics: The traditional disciplines of finance, accounting, and economics, with respect to relationships to current employment practices and principles, ethical dimensions, CSR. Education Sector: Administrative leadership, higher education, secondary education, primary education, curriculum and instruction, innovative educational initiatives, teacher education and professional development, continuing education, research and development. Curriculum/Instruction: Issues and challenges associated with teaching in the above areas as well as specific strategies or innovations. Marketing and Customer Relations Management: Marketing management, customer relations management, strategic planning in marketing and development, CRM implementation strategies, case studies in exemplary customer relations management programs, training and development issues and perspectives. Health Policy, Health Strategy, Health Insurance and Health Programs: Health policy, health insurance, health strategy, innovative health programs in the health industry, and employee health benefits and programs. International health programs and health policy submissions are encouraged. InformationTechnology: Development and operation of computer-based information systems related to human and organizational factors, ethical issues, privacy, property rights, access, and related topics. See you in Nashville 22nd Annual AEPP website: www.aepp.net Organized by: The Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP) Conference Host: School ofTechnology and Public Management Austin Peay State University Conference Sponsors: School of Technology and Public Management - Austin Peay State University Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE)
  2. 2. October 8 - October 10, 2014 Best Paper Award Best Practitioner Award Best Paper Based On a Dissertation Award Best Case Studies Paper Award NashvilleTennessee Location Reasonably Priced Room Rates Keynote Speaker on ConferenceTheme Special Night on theTown HIGHLIGHTS FROM NASHVILLE From the President Join us at the 22nd Annual AEPP International Conference In Nashville,Tennessee USA Dear Colleagues, Please consider joining us at the 22nd Annual International Conference of the Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP) in Nashville,Tennessee, Oct. 8-10, 2014. This year's conference theme is "Transformation and Change for the Future: Employment Practices and Principles inTransition."The AEPP and its parent, the Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) focus on organizational concepts and practices for the effective managing of organizations, people and performance within the context of the higher levels of ethical principles and practices. We also sponsor the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP), our official journal, that continues in the tradition of our 24 year history of accomplishments and success in developing and editing the premiere journal in this field. Special emphasis this year will include encouraging "practitioner" engagement in varied track areas in addition to our traditional scholar emphasis. AEPP international conferences focus on providing a national and international forum for professional development, networking and social interaction among academics, consultants, executives and practicing managers. Our conferences are deliberately limited in number of participants to foster a supportive and friendly environment. We are very fortunate this year to be sponsored by the Austin Peay State University’s School ofTechnology and Public Management. Also,Troy University will be lending their support, as well as the Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Our venue this year is ideal and the location at theThe Inn at Opryland in NashvilleTennessee (home of the“Grand Ole Opry”– see http://www.opry.com. Nashville will provide a most memorable experience for all. This vibrant city in the Southeast has many points of interest and excellent transportation drawing visitors from across the world. This is a wonderful opportunity to engage in the discussion of significant, domestic and international employment issues and practices. Among other attractions, you can explore the world-famous honky-tonks, located on Broadway in Nashville, offering free live music 365 days a year. And with more than 130 music venues around town ranging from large arenas and concert halls to small intimate clubs, it’s easy to see why this is the city that“music calls home”Nashville is also a living history lesson. A must-see isThe Hermitage where U.S. President Andrew Jackson lived in the 1800s. Also worth seeing in Nashville is the Parthenon, the world’s only full-sized reproduction of the Greek Parthenon in Athens, Greece. We welcome papers (both regular and developmental), presentations, case studies, and proposals that are original and promise scholarly or practical contribution to the field. Accepted papers will usually be published in a CD and website version of the Proceedings. Awards will be made for the most outstanding paper from a scholar, a practitioner. a graduate student, as well as a best case studies paper award. Proposals for workshops, round tables, papers, panels, and symposia are also encouraged. Selected papers will be invited to be submitted for review for possible publication in the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP). For further information on IJREPP, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr John Keenan at cerr@institute-leadership-global.org. Submissions and Registration: Please include email and full contact information for each author and email all papers and proposals in MSWord (APA Format) to BOTH: AEPP admin at aepp@institute-leadership-global.org as well Conference President and Program Chair, Dr. Robert Halliman at hallimanr@apsu.edu For additional information about registration, AEPP, or IJREPP, please contact: Dr. John Keenan, President, AEPP and Editor-in-Chief, IJREPP, Email: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Information on our Conference Hotel and Atlanta:This can soon be found on our website - www.aepp.net Inquiries on conference theme and other matters: Please direct to Conference President and Program Chair: Dr. Robert Halliman at Austin Peay State University: Email: hallimanr@apsu.edu Please consider joining us for a memorable conference and one of the highlights of the year ahead!!! John P. Keenan, Ph.D. President, Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP) Executive President, the Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) Editor-in-Chief, the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP) Management and Organization Studies: Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory, Organization: Change Management, International Comparative Studies, Emotions at Work. Production/Operations Management: The design, operation and control of production systems in both manufacturing and service organizations, capacity planning, production and inventory control, facility location and layout, operations strategy, just-in-time production systems, process technologies. Strategic Management: Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance, Technology Management, Industry Studies, Alliances and Ventures, Entrepreneurship, Knowledge Management. Employee and Employer Rights and Responsibilities: Ethics, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, Marginalization and Discrimination, Collective Bargaining, Conflict, Privacy, Psychological Contracts. Violence in the Workplace, Bullying, and Terrorism: The causes and consequences of violence in the workplace, forms of violence, social psychological factors impacting violence, strategic approaches to control, bullying, employee abuse, terrorism and its causes, strategies to control terrorism, terrorism and its impact on business and governmental institutions. Entrepreneurship/Small Business and Innovation: The development and management of new businesses, special problems of entrepreneurs (including family businesses), new venture ideas, strategies, and venture capital management; economic development effects, innovation strategies. Human Resource Management and Development: Management Development, Education and Training, Performance Management, Compensation, Benefits, Human Resource Planning, Strategic Human Resource Management, Labor and Employee Relations, Outsourcing. Leadership: Strategic leadership, organizational leadership, leadership education, training and development, leadership models and frameworks, cross cultural leadership, diversity leadership, virtual leadership, leadership legacy, leading in times of economic crises, case studies, leadership assessment. Human Resource Management in the International Context: Contemporary issues and practices in the HRM related to the evolving international context, cross-cultural studies, and related areas. Public Sector, Public Policy and Administration: Regulation, Business and Society, Public Administration, International Trade Agreements. Labor relations in public management, policy making and decision making, formal public and private partnerships, public personnel management leadership. SPECIAL PAPER AWARDS For more information or to register: www.aepp.net fax:+1-320.514.6309 email: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Track Areas (Scholar and Practitioner)
  3. 3. October 8 - October 10, 2014 Best Paper Award Best Practitioner Award Best Paper Based On a Dissertation Award Best Case Studies Paper Award NashvilleTennessee Location Reasonably Priced Room Rates Keynote Speaker on ConferenceTheme Special Night on theTown HIGHLIGHTS FROM NASHVILLE From the President Join us at the 22nd Annual AEPP International Conference In Nashville,Tennessee USA Dear Colleagues, Please consider joining us at the 22nd Annual International Conference of the Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP) in Nashville,Tennessee, Oct. 8-10, 2014. This year's conference theme is "Transformation and Change for the Future: Employment Practices and Principles inTransition."The AEPP and its parent, the Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) focus on organizational concepts and practices for the effective managing of organizations, people and performance within the context of the higher levels of ethical principles and practices. We also sponsor the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP), our official journal, that continues in the tradition of our 24 year history of accomplishments and success in developing and editing the premiere journal in this field. Special emphasis this year will include encouraging "practitioner" engagement in varied track areas in addition to our traditional scholar emphasis. AEPP international conferences focus on providing a national and international forum for professional development, networking and social interaction among academics, consultants, executives and practicing managers. Our conferences are deliberately limited in number of participants to foster a supportive and friendly environment. We are very fortunate this year to be sponsored by the Austin Peay State University’s School ofTechnology and Public Management. Also,Troy University will be lending their support, as well as the Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE). Our venue this year is ideal and the location at theThe Inn at Opryland in NashvilleTennessee (home of the“Grand Ole Opry”– see http://www.opry.com. Nashville will provide a most memorable experience for all. This vibrant city in the Southeast has many points of interest and excellent transportation drawing visitors from across the world. This is a wonderful opportunity to engage in the discussion of significant, domestic and international employment issues and practices. Among other attractions, you can explore the world-famous honky-tonks, located on Broadway in Nashville, offering free live music 365 days a year. And with more than 130 music venues around town ranging from large arenas and concert halls to small intimate clubs, it’s easy to see why this is the city that“music calls home”Nashville is also a living history lesson. A must-see isThe Hermitage where U.S. President Andrew Jackson lived in the 1800s. Also worth seeing in Nashville is the Parthenon, the world’s only full-sized reproduction of the Greek Parthenon in Athens, Greece. We welcome papers (both regular and developmental), presentations, case studies, and proposals that are original and promise scholarly or practical contribution to the field. Accepted papers will usually be published in a CD and website version of the Proceedings. Awards will be made for the most outstanding paper from a scholar, a practitioner. a graduate student, as well as a best case studies paper award. Proposals for workshops, round tables, papers, panels, and symposia are also encouraged. Selected papers will be invited to be submitted for review for possible publication in the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP). For further information on IJREPP, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr John Keenan at cerr@institute-leadership-global.org. Submissions and Registration: Please include email and full contact information for each author and email all papers and proposals in MSWord (APA Format) to BOTH: AEPP admin at aepp@institute-leadership-global.org as well Conference President and Program Chair, Dr. Robert Halliman at hallimanr@apsu.edu For additional information about registration, AEPP, or IJREPP, please contact: Dr. John Keenan, President, AEPP and Editor-in-Chief, IJREPP, Email: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Information on our Conference Hotel and Atlanta:This can soon be found on our website - www.aepp.net Inquiries on conference theme and other matters: Please direct to Conference President and Program Chair: Dr. Robert Halliman at Austin Peay State University: Email: hallimanr@apsu.edu Please consider joining us for a memorable conference and one of the highlights of the year ahead!!! John P. Keenan, Ph.D. President, Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP) Executive President, the Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) Editor-in-Chief, the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP) Management and Organization Studies: Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory, Organization: Change Management, International Comparative Studies, Emotions at Work. Production/Operations Management: The design, operation and control of production systems in both manufacturing and service organizations, capacity planning, production and inventory control, facility location and layout, operations strategy, just-in-time production systems, process technologies. Strategic Management: Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance, Technology Management, Industry Studies, Alliances and Ventures, Entrepreneurship, Knowledge Management. Employee and Employer Rights and Responsibilities: Ethics, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, Marginalization and Discrimination, Collective Bargaining, Conflict, Privacy, Psychological Contracts. Violence in the Workplace, Bullying, and Terrorism: The causes and consequences of violence in the workplace, forms of violence, social psychological factors impacting violence, strategic approaches to control, bullying, employee abuse, terrorism and its causes, strategies to control terrorism, terrorism and its impact on business and governmental institutions. Entrepreneurship/Small Business and Innovation: The development and management of new businesses, special problems of entrepreneurs (including family businesses), new venture ideas, strategies, and venture capital management; economic development effects, innovation strategies. Human Resource Management and Development: Management Development, Education and Training, Performance Management, Compensation, Benefits, Human Resource Planning, Strategic Human Resource Management, Labor and Employee Relations, Outsourcing. Leadership: Strategic leadership, organizational leadership, leadership education, training and development, leadership models and frameworks, cross cultural leadership, diversity leadership, virtual leadership, leadership legacy, leading in times of economic crises, case studies, leadership assessment. Human Resource Management in the International Context: Contemporary issues and practices in the HRM related to the evolving international context, cross-cultural studies, and related areas. Public Sector, Public Policy and Administration: Regulation, Business and Society, Public Administration, International Trade Agreements. Labor relations in public management, policy making and decision making, formal public and private partnerships, public personnel management leadership. SPECIAL PAPER AWARDS For more information or to register: www.aepp.net fax:+1-320.514.6309 email: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Track Areas (Scholar and Practitioner)
  4. 4. International Conference Conference theme: October 8 - October 10, 2014 Inn at Opryland Nashville, Tennessee USA Transformation and Change for the Future: Employment Practices and Principles inTransition http://www.cerrnet.org/ http://www.institute-leadership-global.org/v2/ http:// www.APUS.edu For inquiries on papers, panels or symposia may be directed to: CONFERENCE PRESIDENT AND PROGRAM CHAIR Conference theme: Submission deadline June 30, 2014 Robert Halliman Ph.D. School of Technology and Public Management Austin Peay State University Clarksville, Tennesse Email: hallimanr@apsu.edu Submission deadline June 30, 2014 Each submission should include: title page (separate) with name, affiliation, phone, fax, and email of each author. Papers must be prepared strictly according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Please email a copy of papers, abstracts, and proposals for panels, symposia, or round-tables as an attached file in Word to: AEPP Admin: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Second copy to: hallimanr@apsu.edu The deadline for receipt of full papers and abstracts is June 30, 2014, although early submission is encouraged and appreciated. Authors of accepted presentations must register for the conference by July 31, 2014 to ensure inclusion in the conference proceedings. For papers invited for publication in International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices & Principles), please contact Editor-in-Chief: John P. Keenan, Ph.D. ijrepp@institute-leadership-global.org www.aepp.net www.cerrnet.org Track Areas (Scholar and Practitioner) Continued Nonprofit Organizations: Passion and compassion in nonprofit management; career development, course development, publishing; teaching management of nonprofit organizations; impact of economic changes; other timely issues. Finance/Accounting/Economics: The traditional disciplines of finance, accounting, and economics, with respect to relationships to current employment practices and principles, ethical dimensions, CSR. Education Sector: Administrative leadership, higher education, secondary education, primary education, curriculum and instruction, innovative educational initiatives, teacher education and professional development, continuing education, research and development. Curriculum/Instruction: Issues and challenges associated with teaching in the above areas as well as specific strategies or innovations. Marketing and Customer Relations Management: Marketing management, customer relations management, strategic planning in marketing and development, CRM implementation strategies, case studies in exemplary customer relations management programs, training and development issues and perspectives. Health Policy, Health Strategy, Health Insurance and Health Programs: Health policy, health insurance, health strategy, innovative health programs in the health industry, and employee health benefits and programs. International health programs and health policy submissions are encouraged. InformationTechnology: Development and operation of computer-based information systems related to human and organizational factors, ethical issues, privacy, property rights, access, and related topics. See you in Nashville 22nd Annual AEPP website: www.aepp.net Organized by: The Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP) Conference Host: School ofTechnology and Public Management Austin Peay State University Conference Sponsors: School of Technology and Public Management - Austin Peay State University Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) The Institute for Leadership and Global Education (ILGE)
  5. 5. Subscribe Now! - Become a member of AEPP and receive the Journal as part of membership benefits. Enroll at www.aepp.net or Fax form to + 1-320-514-6309. International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP), Vol. 1, 2013 (4 Issues) ISSN 1946-6596 Published by The Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) Electronic versions available. Tick choice: [ ] Electronic Institutional Rate: $495, [ ] Electronic Personal Rate: $95 (For print versions, please contact ljrepp@institute-leadership-global.org) Name________________________________________________Affiliation ___________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City __________________________ State___________________ Zip Code ________________Country___________________________ E-mail ________________________________________________ Date ________________________ CERR Admin. 2 Hillsboro Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127 USA www.cerrnet.org/ The International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP) ISSN 1946-6595 Published by The Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) Editor-in-Chief John P. Keenan, Ph.D. Orchard Park, NY Selected Papers from Volume 1, No. 1, March 2011 The Role of Malice in Cases of Workplace Misconduct Teresa A. Daniel 7 A Hostile Sexual Environment: How Hostile Does It Have To Be? Henry Findley, Eva Dodd-Walker, Lee Vardaman, Ping He, Robert Wheatley 20 Group work diversity: Markers of successful teams from university student perspectives Lissa L. Gagnon and Ginette D. Roberge 33 Multi-Source (360 Degree) Feedback: A Case Study and Evaluation John P. Keenan 49 Modern Workforce Challenge: Appropriately Evaluating Employees’ Job Performances Jack Kondrasuk, Nick Slepnikoff, Justin Gomez, Jessica Peters, Danielle Castro 66 The International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP) Aims and Scope The International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles Journal is the official publication of the non-profit Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights (CERR) and the Association on Employment Practices and Principles (AEPP). The Journal stems from the 20-year history of our original Journal but with a more contemporary and international approach. The Journal focuses not only on the best in scholarly research, but also addresses the practical issues and needs of those in organizations. The Journal’s goals are to provide high-quality, peer-reviewed original research articles as well as practitioner-focused articles with academic rigor as well as relevancy to the real-world of those in organizations. Areas focused on include responsible employment practices and principles, responsibilities and rights, strategy and policy, contemporary moral issues and dilemmas, performance improvement, and elevation of ethical standards and practices. The Journal is interdisciplinary in focus, drawing from a broad range of disciplines including sociology, psychology, philosophy, political science, organizational behavior, ethics, industrial and labor studies, law, leadership studies, economics, employment relations, administrative and organizational studies. The Journal is especially concerned with furthering the understanding of responsible employment practices and principles and the responsibilities and rights areas within the context of the increasing instability and economic uncertainty at both national and international levels. If you are writing or have written a scholarly paper or something else for contributing to the Journal’s international audience of both scholars and practitioners in the employment practices and principles areas, please e-mail a file in MS-Word, APA format to Dr. John Keenan, Editor-in-Chief, IJREPP, at ijrepp@institute-leadership-global.org.
  6. 6. Submission deadline June 30, 2014SUBMISSIONS (Either complete papers, developmental papers, or proposals) All accepted papers and abstracts will be published in the Proceedings (available in CD-ROM format only) and scheduled for presentation at the annual meeting. Fuller versions of accepted papers will be invited to submit for possible inclusion in forthcoming edition of the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices and Principles (IJREPP). Best papers will be invited to submit fuller versions for possible inclusion in IJREPP. Paper submission acknowledges that the author(s) will register for and attend the conference, and personally present the accepted paper at the time specified in the conference program. Publication in the program Proceedings of multiple papers by the same author will be subject to extra page charges. For Papers. Only full, complete papers (no abstracts) may be submitted and will be double-blind peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in the conference Proceedings (CD and website Publication). Authors of‘best papers,”based on feedback and response will be invited to submit their papers for publication consideration in a special issue of the International Journal for Responsible Employment Practices & Principles (IJREPP). The AEPP website, www.aepp.net, provides specific details for the proper format for submissions. ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST CONFORM TO THESE GUIDELINES IN ORDER TO GO FOR REVIEW. For Developmental Papers. The purpose of developmental papers is to allow authors to discuss work that is still in its developmental stage. All developmental papers will be presented together in the same sessions during the conference. The main focus of the sessions will be on discussion rather than on a standard presentation. Submissions to the developmental thread should be extended abstracts of 1000-2000 words (excluding references). A comment should be included at the end of the extended abstract on how the authors expect to advance the paper between now and the conference. For Proposals. In addition to formal paper submissions, we invite submission of proposals for panels, symposia, roundtables or workshops. Coordinators of such proposals should include a theme or title for the session as well as a one page description of each participant’s role and contribution. Please email all papers-proposals for panels or symposia to the 2013 Conference President-Chair, copy to AEPP Administration (MS-Word attachments please): AEPP Administration E-mail: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Robert Halliman, Ph.D. School ofTechnology and Public Management Austin Peay State University Clarksville, Tennesse Email: hallimanr@apsu.edu The absolute deadline for receipt of full papers, developmental papers (abstracts), and proposals for review as well as for refereed and non-refereed panels and symposia is June 30, 2014, although early submission is encouraged and appreciated. Authors of accepted presentations must register for the conference by July 30, 2014 to ensure inclusion in the conference Proceedings. Conference Registration includes: conference, breaks, luncheon, one year membership (bonus for this conference). Membership benefits are CD copy of Proceedings ($25/extra copy), one year access to full version of website, and reduced member rates at specialized seminars held in diverse cities. Also includes access to IJREPP Journal. www.aepp.net Check box below IF Academic/Practitioner Registration $250 (inclusive of Membership benefits valued @ $95) Academic/Practitioner Not Attending Conf., Membership only @ $95 (Gets Membership benefits including Proceedings) FullTime Grad. Student Registration $150 (inclusive of Membership benefits valued @ $95) FullTime Grad. Student Not Attending Conf., Membership only @ $65 (Gets Membership benefits including Proceedings) Paying by: Cash Check PayPal Credit Card REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP(PLEASE WRITE IN BLOCK LETTERS) Send to: AEPP Administration Email: aepp@institute-leadership-global.org Subject: 22nd Annual Conference Registration Or Fax: +1-320-514-6309 Or register direct online at www.aepp.net First/Last Name: ______________________________________________________________ Affiliation- University/ Company: ______________________________________________________________ Address: Street City, State, Zip Code ______________________________________________________________ Country: ______________________________________________________________ Email: ______________________________________________________________ Day Phone: ______________________________________________________________ Mobile Phone: _________________________ Fax Number: _________________________

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