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1999-2000 UAF Catalog

Course Descriptions


Degrees and Programs Index

English

The written communication requirement for any baccalaureate degree is the successful completion of ENGL 111X and ENGL 211X or 213X or equivalent.

DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH

DEVE 060 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Elementary Exposition (3+0)
Intensive work in the process of writing and revising to improve one's writing skills. Placement by examination.
DEVE 068 (1 - 3 Credits) Fall, Spring
English Skills Laboratory (0+3 - 9)
Individualized instruction in language skills. Open entry/open exit, one credit lab modules in spelling/vocabulary, writing, and grammar usage. Enrollment in one or more based on diagnosed need or desire; may be repeated. Counts as elective credit only; does not fulfill degree requirements in written communications or humanities.
DEVE 070 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Preparatory College English (3+0)
Instruction in writing to improve students' fluency and accuracy and communication skills. Preparation for ENGL 111. Placement by examination or student decision. Materials fee: $0.00 - 5.00. A student may elect to fulfill one half of the composition requirement by completing credit by examination in one of the required English courses. Permission of the Director of composition in the English Department is required to begin all challenge procedures. Required composition courses may also be taken through University of Alaska Fairbanks correspondence study.

ENGLISH

ENGL 104 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Institute on Language, Thought and Culture (3+0)
Development of critical thinking, writing, and reading skills using the Bard College model. The intensive Institute establishes and nurtures learning communities which support bold thinking, risk-taking, collaboration, and independence. Offered only at the Kuskokwim Campus.
ENGL 111X (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Methods of Written Communication (3+0)
Expository prose, including topic development. Practice in developing, organizing, writing, revising, and editing compositions. Materials fee: $12.00. Also available via Independent Learning. (Prerequisite: Placement examination or DEVE 070.)
ENGL 190H (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Honors English Composition (3+0)
Extensive readings in a variety of disciplines. Frequent writing assignments addressing a wide range of topics for specific purposes and audiences. Emphasis upon writing as a tool for learning across the curriculum. ENGL 190H may be substituted for ENGL 111X. Materials fee: $12.00. (Prerequisite: Admission to the Honors Program or recommendation of instructor.) Offered only at Fairbanks campus.
ENGL 200X (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
World Literature (3+0) h
(Cross-listed with FL 200X)
Introduction to the reading and appreciation of a wide variety of literary texts from different cultures. Includes exposure to a variety of approaches to myth, poetry, story telling and drama. Students will gain an understanding of cultural differences and universals in texts from American, American minority, Western European and non-Western sources. Specific content to be announced at time of registration. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. Materials fee: $12.00. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X and sophomore standing or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 211X (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Intermediate Exposition, with Modes of Literature (3+0)
Instruction in writing through close analysis of literature. Research paper required. Strongly recommended for English and other humanities majors. Materials fee: $12.00. Also available via Independent Learning. (Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and completion of ENGL 111X or its equivalent.)
ENGL 212 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Business, Grant, and Report Writing (3+0)
Forms and techniques of business, grant, and report writing. (Special emphasis may be placed on one or another of these topics in a given semester.) Does not fulfill the second half of the baccalaureate requirements in written communication. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X.)
ENGL 213X (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Intermediate Exposition (3+0)
Instruction in writing through close analysis of expository prose from the social and natural sciences. Research paper required. Materials fee: $12.00. (Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and completion of ENGL 111X or its equivalent.) NOTE: Neither ENGL 211X nor ENGL 213X can be used as a prerequisite for any other course or for any particular course of study. However, either one of them will fulfill the second half of the requirement in written communication for the baccalaureate degree. A student who has taken one of these courses before declaring a major in which the other course may be considered more appropriate, or a student who changes major from a field in which one of these courses is considered more appropriate than the other, will not be required to take the other course.
ENGL 215 (3 Credits) Spring
Introduction to Poetry (3+0) h
Analysis and appreciation of the various kinds of writing in verse (lyric, narrative, and other poetry), including the terminology used to describe poetic techniques. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 216 (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Introduction to Fiction (3+0) h
Analysis and appreciation of selected novels and short stories, including the terminology used to describe fictional techniques. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 217 (3 Credits) Spring
Introduction to the Study of Film (2+2) h
(Cross-listed with JB 217)
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X.)
ENGL 218 (3 Credits) Spring
Themes in Literature (3+0) h
Exploration of literary themes in various genres of literature, including fiction, poetry and drama. Such themes as "Women in Literature," "Literature of the North," and "Detective Stories in Literature and Film" may be offered. Specific theme is announced at registration. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 219 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Aleut Narrative Art (3+0)h
Introduction to and survey of the oral and written literature of the Unangan, the Aleut people. All works in English translation, although some supplementary materials in the Aleut language (eastern and western dialects). Offered at the Aleutian campus. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 230 (3 - 7 Credits) Fall
ENGL 231

English Language Proficiency (3+Variable)
Intensive listening, speaking, reading, and writing in English. Especially recommended for all students for whom English is a foreign language. These courses do not meet general degree requirements in written communications and are not classified as humanities. (Prerequisites: Open only to students for whom English is a foreign language. Permission of instructor required.)
ENGL 271 (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Introduction to Creative Writing -- Fiction (3+0) h
Forms and techniques of fiction for beginning students; discussion of students' work in class and in individual conferences. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 272 (3 Credits) Fall
Introduction to Creative Writing -- Poetry (3+0) h
Forms and techniques of poetry for beginning students; discussion of students' work in class and in individual conferences. Materials fee: $12.00. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 290H (2 Credits) Fall
Summer Reading Program (Honors) (2+0) h
Selected readings in a variety of disciplines. Group discussions and written responses to the readings follow in the fall. Students keep a summer journal. May be repeated for credit. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or enrollment in the Honors Program.)
ENGL 301 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Continental Literature in Translation: The Ancient World (3+0) h
Readings from ancient Mesopotamian, Greek and Roman texts: the classical background out of which western literary tradition has risen. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 302 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Continental Literature in Translation: Medieval and Renaissance (3+0) h
Readings from the works of such writers as Dante, Macchiavelli, Petrarch, Boccaccio, Rabelais, Margherite de Navarre, Calderon della Barca, and Cervantes (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 306 (3 Credits) Fall
Survey of American Literature: Beginnings to the Civil War (3+0) h
Comprehensive study of American thought as reflected in the works of early explorers, Calvinists, Rationalists, and Transcendentalists. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 307 (3 Credits) Spring
Survey of American Literature: Civil War to the Present (3+0) h
Comprehensive study of American thought as reflected in the writers of Realism, Naturalism, Modernism, an Post-modernism. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 308 (3 Credits) Fall
Survey of British Literature: Beowulf to the Romantic Period (3+0) h
Survey of writers and works in Old and Middle English, including Chaucer, through Elizabethan period (Shakespeare), Restoration, and Neoclassic Period of the 18th Century. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 309 (3 Credits) Spring
Survey of British Literature: Romantic Period to the Present (3+0) h
Survey of writers and works from the early Romantic Period (Blake and Burns), through the Victorian period, James Joyce, and Stream-of-Consciousness, to the present. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 310 (3 Credits) Spring
Literary Criticism (3+0) h
History and principles of literary criticism, from earliest days to present. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 313W (3 Credits) Spring
Writing Non-Fiction Prose (3+0) h
Instruction in writing for students who wish to develop proficiency in organizing and composing essays on factual material in which they have genuine interest. Readings and research paper required. Course does not fulfill the second half of the general degree requirement in written communication. Materials fee: $12.00. (Prerequisites: Junior standing, ENGL 211X or 213X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 314W,O/2 (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Technical Writing (3+0) h
Writing business letters (letters of inquiry, complaint, evaluation, and job application with resume), preparing tables, graphs, process descriptions, technical instructions, abstracts, grant proposals, and technical reports (progress, laboratory, survey, incident, inspection, feasibility, and research). Course does not fulfill the second half of the requirement in written communication. Materials fee: $12.00. (Prerequisites: Junior standing and ENGL 211X or 213X or permission of instructor).
ENGL 317 (3 Credits) Fall
Traditional English Grammar (3+0) h
Identification and usage of the more common types of phrase and sentence structures. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 318 (3 Credits) Spring
Modern English Grammar (3+0) h
Structure of current English as seen through traditional and contemporary grammatical theories. (Prerequisite: English 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 333 (3 Credits) Spring
Women's Literature (3+0) h
(Cross-listed with WMS 333)
Reading, discussing and analyzing literary works dealing with the social, cultural and political implications of patriarchal structures and traditions from the perspective of feminist theory and criticism. Focus may be on a particular theme, period, or genre, but readings will include both primary and secondary texts. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X; ENGL 211X recommended.)
ENGL 340 (3 Credits) Fall
Contemporary Native American Literature (3+0) h
(Cross-listed with ANS 340)
Contemporary Native American writing in English, including novels, short stories, poetry, and plays. Examples of Native American film when related to a writing. Works discussed in relation to cultural contexts and interpretations. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 349 (3 Credits) Fall
Narrative Art of Alaska Native Peoples (in English Translation) (3+0) h
(Cross-listed with ANS 349)

Traditional and historical tales by Aleut, Eskimo, Athabaskan, Eyak, Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian storytellers. Bibliography, Alaska Native genres and viewpoints, and structural and thematic features of tales. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 350 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Literature of Alaska and the Yukon Territory (3+0) h
Representative fiction, verse, and nonfiction dealing with Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Also available via Independent Learning. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 2000-01.)
ENGL 371W,O (3 Credits) Fall, Spring
Intermediate Creative Writing (3+0) h
Practice and guidance in writing fiction, poetry, drama, or essays. Students' work read and discussed in class and in conference with the instructor. Close study of the techniques of established writers. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: ENGL 271 or ENGL 272 or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 403W,O/2 (3 Credits) Every Third Spring
American Renaissance (3+0) h
American literature of the mid-nineteenth century: Poe through Whitman. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 306 recommended but not required. Next offered: 2001 - 02.)
ENGL 404O/2 (3 Credits) Every Third Spring
American Realism (3+0) h
American literature from the Civil War to World War I: Twain through James. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 307 desirable but not required. ENGL 306 desirable but not required. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 405 (3 Credits) Every Third Fall
British Writers of the 19th Century: Romantic Period (3+0) h
English literary romanticism including authors such as Byron, Keats, Shelley, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Austen, the Bronte sisters, and Scott. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 308 desirable but not required. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 406 (3 Credits) Every Third Fall
British Writers of the 19th Century: Victorian Period (3+0) h
Impact of industrialization, social reformation, religious controversy, and philosophical attitudes on literature. Authors to include (but not limited to): Browning, Tennyson, Thackeray, Eliot, Arnold, Dickens, Hazlitt, Ruskin, and Meredith. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 309 desirable but not required. Next offered 2000 - 01.)
ENGL 407 (3 Credits) Every Third Fall
British Writers of the Restoration and 18th Century: Neo-Classical Period (3+0) h
Developments in drama, verse, and prose reflecting new forces in government, religion, and society during the Augustan Age. Attention to the mode of satire and to the fashion of sentimentalism in all genres. Authors to include (but not limited to): Dryden, Defoe, Addison, Steele, Swift, Pope, Johnson, Boswell, Goldsmith, and Sheridan. (Prerequisites: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 308 recommended. Next offered: 2001-02.)
ENGL 408W,O/2 (3 Credits) Every Third Spring
American Origins (3+0) h
Writers who contributed to the development of a national literary identity: Bradstreet through Cooper. (Prerequisites: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 306 recommended but not required. Next offered: 2000 - 01.)
ENGL 414W (3 Credits) Fall
Research Writing (3+0) h
Practice in reporting primary and secondary research in the forms and styles appropriate to the student's field. Preference given to seniors. (Prerequisites: ENGL 111X and 211X or 213X or their equivalent.)
ENGL 421 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Chaucer and His Age (3+0) h
Major poetry of Chaucer and his contemporaries, with emphasis on The Canterbury Tales, and survey of criticism. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 308 desirable but not required. Next offered: 2000-01.)
ENGL 422W,O/2 (3 Credits) Fall
Shakespeare: History Plays and Tragedies (3+0) h
Major chronicle plays and tragedies, including significant criticism. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 308 desirable but not required.)
ENGL 425W,O/2 (3 Credits) Spring
Shakespeare: Comedies and Non-Dramatic Poetry (3+0) h
Major comedies and non-dramatic poems, including significant criticism. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 308 desirable but not required.)
ENGL 426O/2 (3 Credits) Every Third Spring
Milton (3+0) h
Major poetry and prose, and survey of Miltonian criticism. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 308 desirable but not required. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 444W (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Fiction in Translation (3+0) h
Major fiction in English translation. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 445 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
20th-Century Drama: From Chekhov to Ionesco (3+0) h
The major dramatists and their achievements. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 2000-01.)
ENGL 446 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Major Modern and Contemporary Poetry (3+0) h
Yeats to the present. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 447O/2 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
20th-Century British Prose (3+0) h
Study of fiction and nonfiction prose, modern and contemporary. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 448W,O/2 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
20th-Century American Prose (3+0) h
Study of fiction and nonfiction prose, modern and contemporary. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 2000-01.)
ENGL 452O/2 (3 Credits) Every Third Fall
The British Novel to 1900 (3+0) h
Origin and development of the novel with concentration on significant novelists from Daniel Defoe to Thomas Hardy. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 462 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Applied English Linguistics (3+0) h
Topic(s) for each offering of the course are announced. Examples are teaching English as a second language, dialects and education, dictionaries, stylistics, and composition. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 471W (3 Credits) Fall
Undergraduate Writers' Workshop (3+0) h
Discussion of craft and techniques and student work. For advanced students who prepare a manuscript as a final project. May be repeated one time for credit. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: ENGL 371 or permission of instructor.)
ENGL 472 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
History of the English Language (3+0) h
Origin and development of the English language from prehistoric times to the present. (Prerequisite: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. ENGL 318 or a linguistics course is desirable, but not required. Next offered: 2000-01.)
ENGL 482A (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Undergraduate Seminar (3+0) h
Intensive study of selected topics in the discipline. (Prerequisite: ENGL 111X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 485 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Teaching Composition in the Schools (3+0)
Theoretical background and workshop experience for teaching composition in middle and high schools with current pedagogy on teaching of writing stressed. Variety of teaching methods demonstrated, practiced and discussed. (Prerequisites: ENGL 211X or ENGL 213X or permission of instructor. Next offered: 1999 - 2000.)
ENGL 601 (3 Credits) Spring
Bibliography, Methods, and Criticism (3+0)
A study of the basic reference works for research in literature, the methods for conducting research, and the principles of literary criticism. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 603 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Studies in British Literature: Old and Middle English (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in Anglo-Saxon and Middle English literature. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. )
ENGL 604 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Studies in British Literature: Renaissance and 17th Century (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in 16th and 17th-Century British literature. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 606 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Studies in British Literature: Restoration and 18th Century (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in British literature of the Restoration period and the 18th Century. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. )
ENGL 607 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Studies in British Literature: 19th Century (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in British literature of the Romantic and Victorian periods. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 608 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Studies in British Literature: 20th Century (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in modern British literature. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. )
ENGL 609 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Early American Literature (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in American literature of the colonial and early national periods. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 611 (3 Credits) Alternate Fall
Nineteenth-Century American Literature (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in American literature of the nineteenth century. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 612 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Modern American Literature (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in modern American literature. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. )
ENGL 615 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Contemporary Literature (3+0)
Variable subject matter in significant topics in post-World War II literature. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 620 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Images of the North (3+0)
(Cross-listed with NORS 620)
Interdisciplinary approaches to the variety of images created about and by the people and environment of the circumpolar North. The course will analyze conceptualizations of the north as expressed in a number of media such as film, art, literature, travel journals, and oral tradition employing methodologies from many disciplines. (Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 651 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Internship in Publishing (3+1)
Internship experience in all aspects of desktop publishing, including author contact, editing, proofreading, use of desktop publishing programs, graphics coordination, and development of printing specifications, including paper and ink selections, type faces, and binding. (Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 661 (1 Credit) Fall, Spring
Mentored Teaching in English (1+0+2)
Mentored teaching provides consistent contact on course related issues between teaching assistants and mentoring faculty. (Prerequisites: Acceptance into the M.A. or M.F.A. in creative writing program, and a teaching assistantship award. Note: Teaching assistants are required to be enrolled in a mentored teaching section while teaching. May be repeated up to six times, for one credit per semester.)
ENGL 671 (Credits Arr.) Fall, Spring
Writers' Workshop
The writing of verse, fiction, drama, or nonfiction prose in accordance with the individual student's needs and the instructor's specialization. Depending on available staff, the workshop may be limited during any semester to work in a particular genre. Materials fee $15.00. (Prerequisites: At least two courses from among ENGL 481, 482, 483, 484 and permission of instructor, or, permission of the head of the Department of English and the instructor.)
ENGL 673 (3 Credits) As Demand Warrants
Professional Writing Workshop
Advanced study in the writing of professional prose. Students will write their areas of specialization. Materials fee: $15.00. (Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 681 (3 Credits) Every Third Semester
Forms of Poetry (3+0)
Intensive study of the forms and techniques of poetry writing. Includes readings and poetry writing exercises. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 682 (3 Credits) Every Third Semester
Forms of Fiction (3+0)
Advanced study in narrative technique through analysis of selected fiction and the students' own writing. Variable content in terms of the writers to be studied, and the kinds of narrative writing to be assigned. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. )
ENGL 684 (3 Credits) Every Third Semester
Forms of Non-Fiction Prose (3+0)
Intensive study of the forms and techniques of nonfiction. Includes readings and writing exercises. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. )
ENGL 685 (3 Credits) Fall
Teaching College Composition (3+0)
An investigation into current practice and theory with demonstrations and reports on pedagogy. Required of all teaching assistants in English. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisite: Graduate standing.)
ENGL 687 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Writing Professional Prose (3+0)
Intensive study in the forms and techniques of professional prose, including collaborative writing, writing for corporations, and writing for public purposes. Content may vary according to the needs of the individual students and the readings assigned. Materials fee: $15.00. (Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 688 (3 Credits) Alternate Spring
Audiovisual Script Writing (3+0)
Advanced training in elements of story, visual imagery, dialogue, pacing, continuity, manuscript format, composing shots and scenes, and writing camera directions. Materials fee: $17.00. (Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor.)
ENGL 692 (Credits Arr.) Fall, Spring
Graduate Seminar
Intensive study of selected topics in the discipline.

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