Directory of Researchers

YASUDA Sachiko
Institute for Promotion of Higher Education / School of Languages and Communication
Professor
Education
Last Updated :2022/10/06

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • <Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    Institute for Promotion of Higher Education / School of Languages and Communication
  • <Related Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    Graduate School of Intercultural Studies / Department of Culture and Globalization

Degree

  • Doctor of Philosophy

Teaching

Research Activities

Research Interests

  • レトリック
  • ESP
  • ジャンル分析
  • 第二言語ライティング
  • 第二言語習得
  • 英語教育学
  • 応用言語学
  • second language writing, academic literacy development, genre-based pedagogy, task-based language learning, curriculum development, systemic functional linguistics (SFL)

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Foreign language education / My main area of research is in second language writing, and I have long-standing interests in the ontogenetic development of writers' rhetorical awareness, writing performances, and linguistic choices.

Committee Memberships

  • Jun. 2018 - Jun. 2022, 学術英語学会, 理事
  • Jun. 2016 - Jun. 2022, 学術英語学会, 代議員
  • Apr. 2018 - Mar. 2020, 大学入試センター, 教科科目第一委員会(英語)

Awards

  • 2007 ハワイ大学大学院奨学金($ 400)

  • 2006 フルブライト奨学金($ 50,000)

  • 2002 ロータリー国際親善奨学金($ 25,000)

  • Rotary International, Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship 2002

    YASUDA Sachiko

  • Japan-U.S. Educational Commission, Fulbright Scholarship 2006

    YASUDA Sachiko

  • Jun. 2022 一般社団法人 大学教育学会, JACUEセレクション2022

    『英語科学論文をどう書くか:新しいスタンダード』

Published Papers

  • Second Language Writer Development in Writing Centers: A Case Study of Tutorsʼ and Tuteesʼ Experiences

    Sachiko Yasuda, Zhang Zizhen

    Lead, Dec. 2021, 『日本語教育』, 180, 17 - 32

  • Authorial voices in scientific writing: Toward reconceptualizing academic discourse. [in Japanese]

    Yasuda, S

    Lead, May 2021, Japan Society for Educational Technology, 45 (1), 1 - 13

    [Refereed]

  • YASUDA Sachiko

    Oct. 2019, System, 85, 1 - 15, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    May 2019, JALT Journal, 41, 49 - 65, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • YASUDA Sachiko

    Nov. 2018, TESOL Ontario Contact Magazine, Fall (2018), 44 - 52, English

    [Refereed][Invited]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    This article attempts to apply some systemic functional linguistic (SFL) concepts to task-based language teaching (TBLT) as a means of enriching the fields of learning, teaching, and evaluating writing in an additional language. The purposes are twofold. First, this article presents a concrete example concerning SFL-initiated genre-based tasks, which were designed for college-level writers of English as a foreign language (EFL) so that they can learn genre, task, content, and language concurrently. Second, this article presents a descriptive study on how the systematically designed genre-based tasks were experienced by the EFL writers, how their genre awareness changed as they experienced the genre-based tasks, and how their meaning-making choices for constructing a genre changed over time. This study's findings highlight the effectiveness of linking the conceptual framework of SFL to the methodological principles of TBLT in terms of the simultaneous development of linguistic knowledge and writing expertise.

    WILEY, Sep. 2017, TESOL QUARTERLY, 51 (3), 576 - 606, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Systemic functional linguistic approaches to second language acquisition: Developing language and writing skills through genre-based tasks.

    YASUDA Sachiko

    日本機能言語学会, 2016, Proceedings of JASFL, 10, 25 - 36, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    Based on the framework of systemic functional linguistics (SFL), this study investigates the changes in foreign language (FL) writers' genre awareness and meaning-making choices when instantiating the genre of summary over a semester-long course. The participants were 30 undergraduate students at different proficiency levels. The students' developmental changes were analyzed using an in-depth qualitative analysis of their reflective comments in conjunction with their performances on pre- and post-instructional summary writing tasks. The findings indicate that as the students engaged in the SFL-informed genre analysis tasks, they began to explore not only ideational but also interpersonal and textual meanings, which are required to fulfill the rhetorical demands of summary writing. In addition, their lexicogrammatical choices also shifted toward more genre appropriate ones. However, proficiency effects were markedly observed in terms of how and to what degree the students were able to grammatically elaborate sophisticated expressions that help realize the genre. These findings highlight the importance of a SFL approach to teaching summary writing to FL writers. That is, although the degree to which students benefit from the tasks differs according to their proficiency levels, genre-specific language learning can be pushed by a SFL framework that enhances writers' awareness of the tripartite interconnectedness among ideational, interpersonal, and textual meanings in specific FL instances, in this case, summary. This paper concludes that SFL can provide a renewed understanding of FL writers' development and help writing-to-learn and learning-to-write fruitfully cross-pollinate to enhance the FL development of students. (C) 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

    PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, Mar. 2015, JOURNAL OF SECOND LANGUAGE WRITING, 27 (1), 105 - 121, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • YASUDA Sachiko

    Faculty of Arts and Science, Kyushu Unieversity, Mar. 2015, Bulletin of KIKAN Education, 1, 102 - 117, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • YASUDA Sachiko

    Dec. 2014, The Asian EFL Journal, 16 (4), 155 - 202, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • 日本の高等教育における英語ライティング指導の実態調査 (Issues in teaching and learning EFL writing in higher education in Japan)

    YASUDA Sachiko, Oi Kyoko, ITATSU Yuko

    2014, JABAET Journal, 18, 51 - 71

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    This study examines how novice foreign language (FL) writers develop their genre awareness, linguistic knowledge, and writing competence in a genre-based writing course that incorporates email-writing tasks. To define genre, the study draws on systemic functional linguistics (SFL) that sees language as a resource for making meaning in a particular context of use rather than as a set of fixed rules and structures (Halliday, 1994). To design genre-based syllabi that can promote both language and writing development, the study also attempts to link genre to task (Norris, 2009). In the fifteen-week writing course, Japanese undergraduate students (n = 70) engaged in carefully designed genre-based tasks, where they learned the ways in which different genres are shaped by different linguistic resources to achieve their goals through sequenced task phases. Three sets of qualitative and quantitative data were collected to examine students' changes as a FL writer: survey, interviews, and the emails written at the beginning and the end of the semester. The results showed that the students made progress in their genre awareness and perceptions, and that changes in their awareness were apparent in their actual written products. The study discusses that a combination of genre and task can create a crucial pedagogical link between socially situated writing performance and choices of language use, which is expected to serve as a springboard to create interfaces between writing and language development in FL contexts. (C) 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

    PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, Jun. 2011, JOURNAL OF SECOND LANGUAGE WRITING, 20 (2), 111 - 133, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    Recent research in cognitive linguistics has shown that idiomatic phrases are decomposable and analyzable and that the individual words in idiomatic phrases systematically contribute to the overall figurative interpretations. This cognitive linguistic view suggests that enhancing awareness of conceptual metaphors embedded in the individual words may help second language students to learn idioms. This study examined whether enhancing awareness of orientational metaphors of particles facilitates acquisition of phrasal verbs by Japanese English as a foreign language (EFL) students. The students in the control group learned a set of phrasal verbs through traditional instruction, whereas those in the experimental group received the same input through a cognitive linguistic approach. The students in both groups were then asked to fill in the missing adverbial particles of the phrasal verbs. Results showed that the students in the experimental group performed significantly better than those in the control group, implying that when the target idioms are not stored as a unit in learners' mental lexicon, learners who are aware of conceptual metaphors may rely on metaphorical thought to produce an appropriate adverbial particle. This highlights the implications that EFL learners need to be explicitly taught about the notion of orientational metaphors before they can actively comprehend and produce appropriate phrasal verbs. doi: 10.5054/tq.2010.219945

    TESOL, Jun. 2010, TESOL QUARTERLY, 44 (2), 250 - 273, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • First Moves: An introduction to academic writing in English (Book review).

    YASUDA Sachiko

    2006, Language Teacher, 30, 33 - 34, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    This study examined argumentative essays in English written by Japanese university students to specify the particular weaknesses of their argumentation and to suggest what aspects need to be emphasized in the English composition classroom. The students' essays were analyzed in terms of the effect of five argumentative components: (a) claim clarity, (b) reason strength, (c) rebuttal strength, (d) development, and (e) language. The results showed that building sufficient detail of evidence supporting a claim with reasons and then backing up the reasons with warrants - often presented a significant hurdle for the students. The results also indicated that, contrary to previous research into Japanese students' writing, the students had no trouble taking a position initially and developing deductive reasoning. Pedagogical implications are discussed with respect to contrastive rhetoric and educational factors affecting how Japanese students write in English.

    Kantokoshinetsu Association of Teachers of English, 2006, KATE Bulletin, 20 (1-12), 1 - 12, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • "Teaching argumentative writing to Japanese EFL students"

    Sachiko Yasuda

    2006, JABAET Journal, 10 (53-73)

  • Toward an understanding of L2 writer’s composition process: An explanatory study of Japanese ESL students.

    YASUDA Sachiko

    早稲田大学国際教養学部, 2005, Waseda Global Forum, 1 (61-79), 61 - 79, English

    [Refereed]

    Research institution

  • YASUDA Sachiko

    2004, Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 14 (91-112), 91 - 112, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

  • Sachiko Yasuda

    Lead, May 2022, English for Specific Purposes, 67, 31 - 45, English

    [Refereed]

    Scientific journal

MISC

  • 海外主要国におけるデータベースづくり及び自国普及政策に関する調査研究Ⅰ -アメリカ合衆国・イギリス-

    保田幸子

    2007, 国立国語研究所 日本語教育基盤情報センター 調査報告

Books etc

  • A New Standard for Science Research Writing

    Yasuda, S

    Single work, ひつじ書房, Dec. 2021

Presentations

  • To what extent are rhetoric and science compatible? Changing patterns of an author’s language choices in scientific writing

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    2021 AsiaTEFL International Conference, 03 Dec. 2021, English

    Oral presentation

  • 科学論文における主観と客観:論文の文体分析からみるディ スコースの通時的変化

    学術英語学会 研究大会, 11 Sep. 2021

    Oral presentation

  • Voice features in academic texts: From the reader's perspective

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 20 Mar. 2021, English

    Oral presentation

  • Disciplinary voices in scientific writing.

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    The 40th Thailand TESOL & PAC International Conference 2020, 31 Jan. 2020, English

    Oral presentation

  • Voice in science writing: Is "objectivity" an ideal for scientific argumentation?

    YASUDA Sachiko, OKAMOTO Sachi

    Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA), November 26, 2019, Curtin University, Perth, Australia., 26 Nov. 2019, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Key Note Speech: How to Write Research Papers: How it can be taught? Who teaches it?

    YASUDA Sachiko

    5th Annual Conference of Japan Society of English for Research, 21 Sep. 2019, Japanese, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Keynote oral presentation

  • Writing-to-learn and learning-to-write: A genre/task-based curricular approach.

    YASUDA Sachiko

    CamTESOL 2019, 16 Feb. 2019, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • 研究者のための英語テクニカルライティング ー国際的に通用する論文の秘訣ー

    保田 幸子

    大阪産業技術研究所, 27 Jan. 2019, Japanese, Domestic conference

    [Invited]

    Public discourse

  • A meaning-based approach to writing complexity: An analysis of cohesion devices and interpersonal resources

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Research Forum on L2 Writing, 06 Oct. 2018, English, Domestic conference

    Invited oral presentation

  • Writing development in CLIL in a Japanese primary school: How young learners write in a foreign language.

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW), 03 Aug. 2018, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • 読み手を導く英語論文の書き方(Academic writing for an audience: Crafting your writing to meet their needs)

    保田 幸子

    日本経済政策学会 第75回全国大会, 27 May 2018, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Invited oral presentation

  • 第二言語ライティング研究とは何か ーパラダイムシフトと近年の動向ー

    保田 幸子

    第1回第二言語ライティング研究会, 27 Jan. 2018, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • ジャンル準拠アプローチによる英語学術論文執筆支援ツールの開発と拡張 ー理論と実践ー

    水本篤, 保田幸子, 近藤悠介

    外国語教育メディア学会第57回全国大会, 06 Aug. 2017, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • How much and what do students write in the classroom?: A cross-national survey in East Asia

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW), 02 Jul. 2017, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Writing in a foreign language in CLIL contexts: Subject knowledge and biliteracy development

    YASUDA Sachiko

    American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 21 Mar. 2017, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Teaching writing through genre-based approach

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Methodology Special Interest Group, Language Education & Technology (LET), 10 Dec. 2016, English, Domestic conference

    Invited oral presentation

  • 自動音声分析システムに基づく英語発音訓練の導入 ー学習者の発話・発音の改善に向けてー

    保田 幸子

    外国語教育メディア学会第56回全国大会, 09 Aug. 2016, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 言語テストで何をどのように測定するか ー望ましい波及効果とはー

    保田 幸子

    Global Communication & Testing主催セミナー『英語教育改革を考える 〜その受験勉強は世界につながりますか〜』, 06 Aug. 2016, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Invited oral presentation

  • 英語学術論文作成のための自律学習支援 ーESP分野別コーパスに基づく言語的特徴の分析と学習ー

    保田 幸子

    学術英語学会第2回研究大会, 26 Jun. 2016, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • A systemic functional approach to EFL writers' meaning-making ability

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA), Dec. 2015, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • EFL Writing in East Asia: Crossing the Boarders

    YASUDA Sachiko

    The 2nd International Symposium, EFL Writing in East Asia: Crossing the Boarders, Oct. 2015, English, International conference

    [Invited]

    Invited oral presentation

  • Systemic Functional approaches to second language acquisition: Toward a reconceptualisation of written language development

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Japan Association of Systemic Functional Linguistics (JASFL), Oct. 2015, English, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • 英語力と文章力の双方向育成に向けて ー選択体系機能(SFL)理論を応用した新しいライティング指導法ー

    保田 幸子

    Systemi Functional Linguistics (SFL) 研究会, 01 Aug. 2015, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Invited oral presentation

  • Issues and challenges in teaching and learning EFL writing: A cross-national survey

    YASUDA Sachiko

    American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 22 Mar. 2015, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • 「日本,台湾,韓国,香港における英語ライティング教育実態調査」

    YASUDA Sachiko

    千葉大学英語教育学会(大井恭子先生退職記念シンポジウム), 15 Mar. 2015, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Invited oral presentation

  • Fostering learner autonomy in the university-wide English curriculum: Curriculum innovation at Kyushu University.

    YASUDA Sachiko

    The JACET 53rd International Convention, 29 Aug. 2014, English, International conference

    Public symposium

  • Foreign language writing in the era of globaliztion: Current issues and future directions.

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Japan, Asia, and the global Contexts: Connections across languages and societies. A symposium in honour of Helen Marriott. Monash University, Australia., 15 Mar. 2014, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • A systemic functional analysis of college students' academic summaries: The role of grammatical metaphor

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    全国英語教育学会(於:北星学園大学), 11 Aug. 2013, English, Domestic conference

  • 学生アンケートによる日本の英語ライティング教育の実 態調査 ―大学入学前・入学後を比較して―

    板津木綿子, 保田 幸子, 大井恭子

    全国英語教育学会(於:北星学園大学), 11 Aug. 2013, Japanese, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Developing academic literacy in a foreign language: A longitudinal study of EFL writers' meaning-making choices in an academic genre

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Dallas, TX, USA, 17 Mar. 2013, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • 大学におけるライティング教育のあり方:実態調査報告

    大井恭子, 板津木綿子, 保田 幸子

    九州英語教育学会(於:長崎外国語大学), 08 Dec. 2012, 九州英語教育学会, 長崎外国語大学

    Oral presentation

  • The implementation of SFL-informed genre pedagogy in the foreign language curriculum: A longitudinal study of writers' lexicogrammatical choices

    YASUDA Sachiko

    Symposium on Second Language Writing. Purdue University, USA, Sep. 2012, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • EFL writers' genre awareness and language development: A systemic functional approach to email writing

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), in Chicago, IL, USA, 2011, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Genre-based approach in a foreign language context: Linking language and writing through genre

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    Symposium on Second Language Writing, in Taipei, Taiwan, 2011, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • Effects of genre tasks on EFL writing development

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    The Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT), 2010, English, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • "Email dialogue in task-based L2 writing classroom: Writers' rhetorical awareness and language development"

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    Symposium on Second Language Writing, 2009, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • "Corpus-based approach to EAP writing courses: Analyzing citation practices in different disciplines"

    YASUDA, Sachiko

    Symposium on Second Language Writing, 2008, English, International conference

    Oral presentation

  • "Placement options for ESL writers in Freshman Composition: Segregation or integration"

    Symposium on Second Language Writing, 2007

  • "Introducing the SILS Writing Center(早稲田国際教養学部ライティングセンター:その背景・現状・課題)"

    Waseda Symposium on Teaching and Research in Academic Writing, 2005

  • "ESL writers’ revising strategies: How past experiences shape writers' perception about revision"

    Melbourne University Symposium: Marking the Differences, 2003

  • "Japanese ESL students’ revising processes in academic writing"

    Monash University Symposium: Cultural Flows with(in) a Globalizing Asia, 2002

  • アカデミックライティングの規範とは:好まれる「語られ方」の変化

    保田幸子

    青山学院英語教育研究センター主催講演会, 24 Sep. 2022

    [Invited]

Association Memberships

  • Japan Society for Educational Engineering

  • American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL)

  • THE JAPAN ASSOCIATION FOR LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW)

  • 大学教育学会

Research Projects

  • 英語運用能力を高める統合型DDLプラットフォームの開発とその最適化

    水本 篤

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Kansai University, Apr. 2021 - Mar. 2024, Coinvestigator

  • 科学論文における主観性と文体の分析:英語教育と自然科学をつなぐ論文支援に向けて

    保田 幸子

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Kobe University, Apr. 2020 - Mar. 2023

  • 多分野英語学術論文作成支援ツールの拡張と指導法・教材の開発(代表:水本篤)

    YASUDA Sachiko

    科研費 基盤研究(B)分担者, 2017 - 2021, Principal investigator

    Competitive research funding

  • 小学校外国語活動におけるCLILの多角的効果 ー外国語リテラシー発達の縦断的研究ー

    保田 幸子

    科研費 基盤研究(C)代表者, 2017 - 2020, Principal investigator

    Competitive research funding

  • 外国語としての英語ライティング力の発達:多角的分析に基づく言語的特徴の解明

    YASUDA Sachiko

    科研費 基盤研究(C)代表者, Apr. 2014 - Mar. 2017, Principal investigator

    Competitive research funding

  • 第二言語ライティング研究の現代的課題と解決のための将来構想 —東アジアからの発信—

    大井恭子

    科研費 基盤研究(B)分担者, 2012 - 2016

    Competitive research funding

  • 「ジャンル」に基づくライティング指導が英語学習者の「文章力」と「言語力」の発達に及ぼす効果

    科学研究費補助金 基盤研究(C) 代表者, 2011 - 2013

    Competitive research funding

  • ライティングの評価基準

    2009 - 2014

    Competitive research funding

  • ライティング教授法とその効果:ジャンル・アプローチ

    科学研究費補助金 若手研究スタートアップ, 2009 - 2010

    Competitive research funding

  • 概念メタファーによる英語イディオムの学習

    2007 - 2009

    Competitive research funding

  • ESP教材のためのコーパスの構築

    2007 - 2009

    Competitive research funding

  • 日本の大学におけるライティングセンターの役割とその可能性

    2005 - 2007

    Competitive research funding

  • 第二言語習得過程におけるライティングの役割

    科学研究費補助金 若手研究(B), 2004 - 2006

    Competitive research funding

  • 文章作成過程における書き手の修正プロセス

    2002 - 2005

    Competitive research funding

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    The Other Research Programs

    Competitive research funding

Social Contribution

  • 近畿小児内分泌塾 小児内分泌専門医を対象とした講演 「英語科学論文の書き方」

    株式会社JCRファーマ 主催

    Lecturer, 16 Oct. 2021

  • 「英語で研究論文をどう書くか:新しいスタンダード」

    福井大学 医学図書館

    Lecturer, 24 Sep. 2021

  • 大阪市立大学大学院文学研究科 インターナショナルスクール

    Lecturer, 18 Mar. 2021

  • 「英語学術論⽂の書き⽅〜研究内容を読み⼿に正しく伝えるために〜」

    神戸大学 附属図書館

    Lecturer, 学術英語スキルアップセミナー, 07 Feb. 2020

  • 「国際的に通用する英語論文の書き方」講師

    福井大学 医学部

    Lecturer, 26 Sep. 2019

  • 「英語論文ライティングセミナー」講師

    大阪市立大学 文学研究科

    Lecturer, 09 Mar. 2019

  • 「研究者のための英語論文の書き方」講師

    神戸大学付属図書館

    Lecturer, 学術英語スキルアップセミナー, 07 Feb. 2019

  • 「研究者のための英語テクニカルライティング ー国際的に通用する論文の秘訣ー」

    大阪産業技術研究所

    Lecturer, 27 Jan. 2019

  • 「若手研究者向けアカデミック・プレゼンテーションセミナー」

    福井大学 医学図書館

    Lecturer, 福井大学 医学図書館 アカデミックセミナー, 26 Sep. 2018

  • 「英語教育のトレンド ー新しい英語科授業を創るー 『外国語ライティング研究・指導の最前線』」

    神戸大学

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