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Expanding the theory of planned behaviour to predict Chinese Muslims halal meat purchase intention SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 120 (1) , 2-17 | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL
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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to investigate the determinants of halal meat consumption within the population of Chinese Muslims in China using the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) as a conceptual framework. The role of self-identity as a Muslim, dietary acculturation in the host culture, moral obligation to purchase halal meat and trust on the authenticity of halal meat are explored. Design/methodology/approach - Cross-sectional data were collected through a survey with 378 Chinese Muslims, currently living in Beijing and Xian cities. Data were analysed by means of correlations and stepwise multiple regressions to test the model and the moderating effects of self-identity, dietary acculturation, moral obligation and trust on behavioural intention. Findings - A positive personal attitude towards the consumption of halal meat, personal conviction, motivation to comply, perceived control over consuming halal meat and perceived availability of halal meat predict the intention to eat halal meat among Chinese Muslims. Research limitations/implications - Limitations include the focus on only four individual characteristics related to religious food consumption, namely, self-identity, dietary acculturation, moral obligation and trust. Additional individual characteristics such as individualism-collectivism and involvement or values could improve the predictive power of the model. Practical implications - Practical implications extend to food marketers and food policy decision-makers who might pursue identity, acculturation, trustworthiness and moral obligation-related strategies in their distribution and communication efforts targeted at the growing halal food market segments across China and worldwide. Originality/value - The current study addresses the important limitation of previous studies regarding the inclusion of additional possible individual characteristics such as moral obligation and trust in the TPB model to investigate the determinants of halal meat consumption within a food-religion context.

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Trust Meat Consumer behaviour China Islam Moral obligation

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GB/T 7714 Ali, Adnan , Ali, Afzaal , Guo Xiaoling et al. Expanding the theory of planned behaviour to predict Chinese Muslims halal meat purchase intention [J]. | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL , 2018 , 120 (1) : 2-17 .
MLA Ali, Adnan et al. "Expanding the theory of planned behaviour to predict Chinese Muslims halal meat purchase intention" . | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL 120 . 1 (2018) : 2-17 .
APA Ali, Adnan , Ali, Afzaal , Guo Xiaoling , Sherwani, Mehkar , Hussain, Sikander . Expanding the theory of planned behaviour to predict Chinese Muslims halal meat purchase intention . | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL , 2018 , 120 (1) , 2-17 .
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Are Parents Patient? The Influence of Parenting Role Salience and Parental Status on Impatience SSCI PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 9 | FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY
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In the classic intertemporal discounting task (Thaler, 1981), individuals make tradeoff decisions between smaller-sooner and larger-later monetary rewards. We explored how parental role salience and parental status influences individual's choice between smaller-sooner and larger-later choices. Parental role salience is manipulated among both parents and non-parents in this research. Our results show a significant interaction between parental status and manipulated parental role salience. Specifically, we found that parents are more impatient than non-parents. Additionally, non-parents become more impatient after parental role salience manipulation, similar to parents. Theoretical implications of our findings are discussed.

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impatience resource accumulation parent vs. non-parent risk aversion parental role salience intertemporal discounting task

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GB/T 7714 Li, Yuanyuan J. , Liu, Yuanyuan . Are Parents Patient? The Influence of Parenting Role Salience and Parental Status on Impatience [J]. | FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY , 2018 , 9 .
MLA Li, Yuanyuan J. et al. "Are Parents Patient? The Influence of Parenting Role Salience and Parental Status on Impatience" . | FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 9 (2018) .
APA Li, Yuanyuan J. , Liu, Yuanyuan . Are Parents Patient? The Influence of Parenting Role Salience and Parental Status on Impatience . | FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY , 2018 , 9 .
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Brand Loyalty Versus Store Loyalty: Consumers' Role in Determining Dependence Structure of Supplier-Retailer Dyads SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 24 (2) , 139-160 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS MARKETING | IF: 0.459
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Purpose: This article aims to integrate consumers into a channel dependence framework and explores the influence of consumers' brand loyalty and store loyalty on the dependence structure within the supplier-retailer relationship. It also examines effects of the dependence structure on perceived conflict.Methodology/approach: The authors test the proposed triadic relationship model among department store, supplier, and consumer by collecting matched data from both retailers and consumers in a Chinese retailing channel of sports and leisure apparel. Polynomial regression in conjunction with a response surface analysis (RSA) approach is used to test the hypotheses.Findings: The results indicate that consumers' brand loyalty positively affects retailer's dependence on supplier, while consumers' store loyalty positively affects supplier's dependence on retailer. In addition, the retailer's dependence is higher when consumers' brand loyalty is higher than store loyalty; the supplier's dependence is higher when consumers' store loyalty is higher than brand loyalty; and the retailer's dependence increases with the increase of both consumers' brand and store loyalty when consumers' brand and store loyalty are equal. Moreover, supplier's dependence has a negative linear effect on retailer's perceived conflict, whereas retailer's dependence has an inverted U-shape effect on perceived conflict. A retailer would perceive more conflict when the retailer is relatively more dependent on the supplier; but the symmetrical interdependence has no significant effect on retailer perceived conflict.Research implications: Researchers are encouraged to explore channel behaviors from a network perspective. Consumers, in particular, should be included in research frameworks related to channel dependence and behaviors. Suggestions for further research on the effects of dependence on the conflict are also proposed.Originality/value/contribution: This study goes beyond the dyadic paradigm by integrating consumers into the framework of the channel dependence structure. It develops and tests a mechanism of consumers' brand and store loyalty influencing dependence structure within a supplier-retailer dyad. It also enriches the literature of channel conflict by exploring the effects of retailer and supplier unilateral dependence on retailer perceived conflict with RSA methods.Practical implications: The article provides several insightful implications for managers in understanding and managing interdependence structure in business-to-business marketing, especially in supplier-retailer relationships.

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response surface analysis channel dependence China marketing store loyalty channel network brand loyalty

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Chuang , Zhuang, Guijun , Yang, Zhilin et al. Brand Loyalty Versus Store Loyalty: Consumers' Role in Determining Dependence Structure of Supplier-Retailer Dyads [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS MARKETING , 2017 , 24 (2) : 139-160 .
MLA Zhang, Chuang et al. "Brand Loyalty Versus Store Loyalty: Consumers' Role in Determining Dependence Structure of Supplier-Retailer Dyads" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS MARKETING 24 . 2 (2017) : 139-160 .
APA Zhang, Chuang , Zhuang, Guijun , Yang, Zhilin , Zhang, Yang . Brand Loyalty Versus Store Loyalty: Consumers' Role in Determining Dependence Structure of Supplier-Retailer Dyads . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS MARKETING , 2017 , 24 (2) , 139-160 .
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Factors affecting Halal meat purchase intention SSCI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 119 (3) , 527-541 | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL | IF: 1.289
WoS CC Cited Count: 7
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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to investigate the determinants of Halal meat consumption within international Muslim students' population in China using the theory of planned behaviour as a conceptual framework. The role of self-identity (SI) as a Muslim, dietary acculturation (DA) in the host culture, moral obligation (MO) to purchase Halal meat and trust on the authenticity of Halal meat is explored. Design/methodology/approach - Cross-sectional data were collected through a questionnaire survey with 436 international Muslim students mainly originating from Muslim countries and currently studying in China. Data were analysed by stepwise multiple regression analyses to test the model and the moderating effects of SI, DA, MO and trust on behavioural intention. Findings - The results indicate that a positive personal attitude towards the consumption of Halal meat, personal conviction and the perceived control over consuming Halal meat predict the intention to eat Halal meat among Muslims. Research limitations/implications - Limitations include the use of a snow-ball sampling technique and the focus on only four individual characteristics related to religious food consumption, namely, SI, DA, MO and trust. Practical implications - Practical implications extend to dealing with food policymakers and food marketing managers in companies who might pursue identity-,acculturation-, MO- and trustworthinessrelated strategies in their distribution and communication efforts targeted at the growing local as well as international market of Halal food. Originality/value - This study is one of the first studies investigating the determinants of Halal meat consumption among international Muslim students in China and a first application of the theory of planned behaviour-related religious food consumption context by considering four individual characteristics, namely, SI, DA, MO and trust.

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Dietary acculturation Halal meat Self-identity China Trust Moral obligation

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GB/T 7714 Ali, Afzaal , Guo Xiaoling , Sherwani, Mehkar et al. Factors affecting Halal meat purchase intention [J]. | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL , 2017 , 119 (3) : 527-541 .
MLA Ali, Afzaal et al. "Factors affecting Halal meat purchase intention" . | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL 119 . 3 (2017) : 527-541 .
APA Ali, Afzaal , Guo Xiaoling , Sherwani, Mehkar , Ali, Adnan . Factors affecting Halal meat purchase intention . | BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL , 2017 , 119 (3) , 527-541 .
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Building channel power: the role of IT resources and information management capability SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 32 (8) , 1217-1227 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING | IF: 1.833
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Purpose - The purpose of this study is to develop a better understanding of how information technology (IT) resources influence a firm's channel power development. Specifically, this study hypothesizes that two types of IT resources (i.e. IT infrastructure resources and IT human resources) are key antecedents to channel power and that information management capability is a key mediator between IT resources and channel power. Design/methodology/approach - The hypotheses are tested using survey data gathered from a sample of Chinese companies. The analyses are performed using partial least squares technique. Findings - The results suggest that both of the two IT resources play key roles in enhancing a firm's channel power, but they do so in different ways. Specifically, while IT human resources can enhance a firm's channel power by strengthening both information acquisition and dissemination capabilities, IT infrastructure resources can influence channel power only by enhancing a firm's information acquisition capability. Research limitations/implications - The measurement of IT resources might potentially be influenced by subjective divergence. In addition, information management contains many sub-processes, and this study only examines two of them: information acquisition and information dissemination. Practical implications - The findings suggest that managers should develop/improve both IT infrastructure and human resources to enhance channel power by building stronger information management capability. More importantly, the findings reveal that IT human resource can provide more benefits as it strengthens both information acquisition and dissemination capabilities. Originality/value - This study extends the existing literature by investigating how a firm's IT resources affect its channel power. The results of this study provide insightful guidance for managers and researchers in how to better manage IT resources to improve channel governance performance.

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Knowledge management Channel power IT resources Channel governance

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Tao , Wang, Xinchun , Zhuang, Guijun . Building channel power: the role of IT resources and information management capability [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING , 2017 , 32 (8) : 1217-1227 .
MLA Zhang, Tao et al. "Building channel power: the role of IT resources and information management capability" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING 32 . 8 (2017) : 1217-1227 .
APA Zhang, Tao , Wang, Xinchun , Zhuang, Guijun . Building channel power: the role of IT resources and information management capability . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING , 2017 , 32 (8) , 1217-1227 .
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Improving performance and curtailing opportunism: the role of contractual issue inclusiveness and obligatoriness in channel relationships CPCI-SSH SSCI Scopus
会议论文 | 2017 , 32 (3) , 371-384 | 2nd International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues (ICCMI) | IF: 1.833
WoS CC Cited Count: 4
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Purpose - The purpose of this study is to enhance the understanding of the role of contracts in channel relationships. Treating contracts as a multidimensional construct, this study examines the effects of contractual issue inclusiveness and contractual obligatoriness on performance and opportunism, as well as the moderating effects of relational norms on the above relationships. Design/methodology/approach - Based on the data of 206 samples collected from distributors of house furnishing, computer and computer components, moderated regression is used to test the hypotheses. Findings - The empirical test generally supports the conceptual model and provides three findings. First, contractual issue inclusiveness is more profound in enhancing relationship performance than contractual obligatoriness, and contractual obligatoriness is more statistically powerful in mitigating opportunism than contractual issue inclusiveness. Second, relational norms can enhance the positive effect of contractual issue inclusiveness but not contractual obligatoriness on performance. Third, relational norms can strengthen the negative effect of contractual obligatoriness but not contractual issue inclusiveness on opportunism. Research limitations/implications - First, this study investigates only contractual issue inclusiveness and contractual obligatoriness, and future studies should consider other dimensions of contracts. Second, the influence of external environment is not considered in the model. Third, data from Chinese distributors limit the generalization of conclusions. Finally, data come only from buyers, and suppliers' viewpoints are not included. Practical implications - The results provide a framework for managers to use contracts and relational norms. Managers should pay attention to the alignment between contractual dimensions and firm objectives because various dimensions of contracts have different impacts on channel relationships. Originality/value - Prior research has documented contracts' role in coordinating channel relationships but has not achieved consistent conclusions on contracts' effectiveness. Furthermore, extant research indicates that channel members will use contracts and relational norms simultaneously but has conflicting views on the combined effects of these two control mechanisms. The study contributes by addressing these issues.

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Performance Relational norms Contractual issue inclusiveness Contractual obligatoriness Opportunism

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Pianpian , Qian, Liping , Zheng, Songyue . Improving performance and curtailing opportunism: the role of contractual issue inclusiveness and obligatoriness in channel relationships [C] . 2017 : 371-384 .
MLA Yang, Pianpian et al. "Improving performance and curtailing opportunism: the role of contractual issue inclusiveness and obligatoriness in channel relationships" . (2017) : 371-384 .
APA Yang, Pianpian , Qian, Liping , Zheng, Songyue . Improving performance and curtailing opportunism: the role of contractual issue inclusiveness and obligatoriness in channel relationships . (2017) : 371-384 .
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The moderating effect of interdependence on contracts in achieving equity versus efficiency in interfirm relationships SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 78 , 277-284 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH | IF: 2.509
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By associating the functions of contracts as safeguarding with equity or coordination with efficiency, this study explores the moderating effects of interdependence, operationalized as joint dependence and dependence asymmetry, on the relative salience and effectiveness of contracts in achieving equity versus efficiency in interfirm relationships. Analyzing the data from a sample of 355 retailers, the study finds that a higher contract complexity generates (1) steady gains in equity and increasing gains in efficiency as joint dependence strengthens and dependence asymmetry remains constant, suggesting a growing salience of the coordination function; and (2) increasing gains in equity and steady gains in efficiency as dependence asymmetry enlarges and joint dependence remains constant, reflecting a growing salience of the safeguarding function. By showing how interdependence moderates the relative effectiveness of contracts in achieving equity versus efficiency, the study enriches the literature on the complex and contingent roles of contracts in governing interfirm relationships. (C) 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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Efficiency Safeguarding Coordination Contract Equity

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GB/T 7714 Shen, Lu , Wang, Yong , Teng, Wenbo . The moderating effect of interdependence on contracts in achieving equity versus efficiency in interfirm relationships [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH , 2017 , 78 : 277-284 .
MLA Shen, Lu et al. "The moderating effect of interdependence on contracts in achieving equity versus efficiency in interfirm relationships" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH 78 (2017) : 277-284 .
APA Shen, Lu , Wang, Yong , Teng, Wenbo . The moderating effect of interdependence on contracts in achieving equity versus efficiency in interfirm relationships . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH , 2017 , 78 , 277-284 .
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How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2016 , 133 (3) , 471-485 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS | IF: 2.354
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Does being green facilitate product innovation? This study examines whether green management in firms operating in China fosters radical product innovation to a greater extent than it does incremental product innovation and investigates the underlying institutional mechanisms involved in the relationship between green management and product innovation. The findings show that green management is more likely to lead to radical product innovation than to incremental product innovation. Moreover, government support as a formal institutional benefit more strongly mediates the effect of green management on radical product innovation than its effect on incremental product innovation; whereas social legitimacy as an informal institutional benefit more strongly mediates the effect of green management on incremental product innovation than its effect on radical product innovation. These findings provide important implications for explaining how firms employ green management to facilitate product innovation.

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Incremental product innovation Social legitimacy Government support Radical product innovation Green management

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GB/T 7714 Shu, Chengli , Zhou, Kevin Z. , Xiao, Yazhen et al. How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS , 2016 , 133 (3) : 471-485 .
MLA Shu, Chengli et al. "How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS 133 . 3 (2016) : 471-485 .
APA Shu, Chengli , Zhou, Kevin Z. , Xiao, Yazhen , Gao, Shanxing . How Green Management Influences Product Innovation in China: The Role of Institutional Benefits . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS , 2016 , 133 (3) , 471-485 .
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Social capital, portfolio management capability and exploratory innovation: evidence from China SSCI Scopus
期刊论文 | 2016 , 31 (6) , 794-807 | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING | IF: 1.371
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Purpose - Social capital is critical for firms to conduct business activities; however, whether it is always beneficial for exploratory innovation and the specific and contingent effects of each dimension remain unknown. This paper aims to examine the role of three dimensions of social capital in determining exploratory innovation and investigate how firms' portfolio management capabilities shape these links. Design/methodology/approach - Survey data from 276 firms in high-tech industries in China are used to test the hypotheses. Findings - The authors find that cognitive social capital negatively affects exploratory innovation, whereas relational and structural social capital both demonstrate inverted U-shaped relationships with exploratory innovation. In addition, portfolio management capability positively moderates the relationships between the three dimensions of social capital and exploratory innovation. Practical implications - Given the advantages and disadvantages, managers should be prudent in the establishment of social capital; moreover, firms should develop and improve their portfolio management capabilities to effectively manage their relationships in the pursuit of exploratory innovation. Originality/value - This research contributes to the social capital theory and innovation literature in two ways. First, it provides a multi-dimensional examination of the effects of social capital on exploratory innovation and the empirical evidence of the negative side of social capital. Second, it extends the extant literature by introducing a more holistic perspective and proposing that portfolio management capability helps firms to overcome the negative effects and strengthen the positive effects of social capital on exploratory innovation.

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Exploratory innovation Social capital Portfolio management capability

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GB/T 7714 Li, Yao , Zhang, Yu , Zheng, Songyue . Social capital, portfolio management capability and exploratory innovation: evidence from China [J]. | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING , 2016 , 31 (6) : 794-807 .
MLA Li, Yao et al. "Social capital, portfolio management capability and exploratory innovation: evidence from China" . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING 31 . 6 (2016) : 794-807 .
APA Li, Yao , Zhang, Yu , Zheng, Songyue . Social capital, portfolio management capability and exploratory innovation: evidence from China . | JOURNAL OF BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL MARKETING , 2016 , 31 (6) , 794-807 .
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企业IT能力对营销渠道控制机制的影响-基于RBV理论的一个研究框架
期刊论文 | 2014 , (1) , 67-80 | 营销科学学报
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合同机制 营销渠道 IT能力 关系机制 权力机制

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GB/T 7714 张涛 , 庄贵军 . 企业IT能力对营销渠道控制机制的影响-基于RBV理论的一个研究框架 [J]. | 营销科学学报 , 2014 , (1) : 67-80 .
MLA 张涛 et al. "企业IT能力对营销渠道控制机制的影响-基于RBV理论的一个研究框架" . | 营销科学学报 1 (2014) : 67-80 .
APA 张涛 , 庄贵军 . 企业IT能力对营销渠道控制机制的影响-基于RBV理论的一个研究框架 . | 营销科学学报 , 2014 , (1) , 67-80 .
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