Professor Dennis Rodgers

  • Visiting Professor (School of Social and Political Sciences)

Biography

I am a social anthropologist by training, specialised in the interdisciplinary study of urban development issues, including those relating to conflict and violence, governance, planning, and the politics of inequality. I have conducted extensive participatory research on these topics in Nicaragua, Argentina, and India (Bihar).

I am currently Professor of International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Previously, I was Professor of Urban Social and Political Research at the University of Glasgow between 2012-2015, Senior Research Fellow in the Brooks World Poverty Institute (BWPI) at the University of Manchester (2007-2012), and lecturer in development studies and urban development at the London School of Economics and Political Science (2000-07).

I have also worked as a consultant for various international and national organisations, and was a member of a Nicaraguan youth gang for a year, as well as manager of a market stall selling rice and beans in one of Managua’s markets for six months. I hold French, British and Swiss citizenships.

Research interests

Conflict and violence (including in particular gangs); urban Development; planning; the political economy of space; local politics; qualitative research methods; longitudinal research; the social construction of development knowledge; Latin America (Nicaragua, Argentina); India (Bihar).

Selected publications

Grants

2010-12: £496,000 from the 2nd ESRC-DFID call for Research on International Development for a two-year comparative research project on “Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: Violence, Cities, and Poverty Reduction in the Developing World” (with Caroline Moser, University of Manchester). 

2008: CHF 47,000 for an international comparative research workshop on “Global Gangs: Comparative Perspectives”, held in May 2009 (with Jennifer Hazen, Small Arms Survey & Oliver Jütersonke, Centre on Conflict, Development, and Peacebuilding, Geneva, Switzerland).

2005-10: £3.75 million from DFID for a research programme on “War, State Collapse and Reconstruction” (collectively with the Crisis States Research Centre, led by Professor James Putzel, London School of Economics and Political Science).

2004: £20,000 for an international conference on “Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs, Street Children, and Juvenile Justice in Perspective”, as well as an accompanying photography exhibition “Hijos del Destin: Youth Violence in the Americas” (with Gareth A. Jones, London School of Economics and Political Science).

2001-05: £2.5 million from DFID for a research programme on “Responses to Crisis and Breakdown in the Developing World” (collectively with the Crisis States Research Centre, led by Professor James Putzel, London School of Economics and Political Science).

Supervision

Erich Hellmer, "(Dis)Articulating 'The Public City' and 'City Publics' in Bogotá, Colombia: The multiple dimensions of sociospatial publicness in a post-'best practice' city", 2014-2018.

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Aaj Savere Interview

A 30 minute interview for Indian national television's equivalent of Breakfast TV in 2011, discussing Dr Rodgers' work and the topic of urban violence.

Part 1 - Interview starts at 1:01

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Number of items: 104.

2015

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2015) Gangs, guns, and the city: urban policy in dangerous places. In: Lemanski, C. and Marx, C. (eds.) City in Urban Poverty. Series: EADI global development series. Palsgrave Macmillan: Houndmills. ISBN 9781137367426

Rodgers, D., and Baird, A. (2015) Understanding gangs in contemporary Latin America. In: Decker, S.H. and Pyrooz, D.C. (eds.) The Handbook of Gangs. Series: Wiley handbooks in criminology and criminal justice. Wiley: Chichester. ISBN 9781118726877

Rodgers, D. (2015) The moral economy of murder: violence, death, and social order in gangland Nicaragua. In: Auyero, J., Bourgois, P. and Scheper-Hughes, N. (eds.) Violence at the Urban Margins. Series: Global and comparative ethnography. Oxford University Press: New York. ISBN 9780190221447

Rodgers, D., and Hazen, J. (2015) Gangs in a global comparative perspective. Freedom from Fear Magazine, 10, pp. 70-75.

2014

Hazen, J. M. and Rodgers, D., (Eds.) (2014) Global Gangs: Street Violence Across the World. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN. ISBN 9780816691494

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M., (Eds.) (2014) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2014) Conclusion: popular representations of development: taking stock, moving forwards. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2014) Introduction: the popular representation of development. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2014) The fiction of development: literary representation as a source of authoritative knowledge. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M.J.V. (2014) The projection of development: cinematic representation as an(other) authoritative source of knowledge. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Rodgers, D. (2014) Bróderes, vagos, and compadres in the barrio: kinship, politics, and local territorialization in urban Nicaragua. In: Fischer, B.M., McCann, B. and Auyero, J. (eds.) Cities from Scratch: The Informal City in Latin America. Duke University Press: Durham, NC. ISBN 9780822355335

Rodgers, D., and Hazen, J. M. (2014) Introduction: gangs in a global comparative perspective. In: Hazen, J. M. and Rodgers, D. (eds.) Global Gangs: Street Violence Across the World. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN. ISBN 9780816691494

2013

Beall, J., Goodfellow, T., and Rodgers, D. (2013) Cities and conflict in fragile states in the developing world. Urban Studies, 50(15), pp. 3065-3083. (doi:10.1177/0042098013487775)

Goodfellow, T., Rodgers, D., and Beall, J. (2013) From civil to civic conflict? Violence and the city in 'fragile states'. Open Democracy,

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) The projection of development: cinematic representation as a(nother) source of authoritative knowledge? Journal of Development Studies, 49(3), pp. 383-397. (doi:10.1080/00220388.2012.724167)

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) The Projection of Development: Cinematic Representation as An(other) Authoritative Source of Knowledge. Working Paper. World Bank, Washington, DC.

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) What can we learn from popular representations of development? WIDER Angle,

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) Why dry academic journals are not the only source on development. Guardian,

Rodgers, D. (2013) Nuevas perspectivas sobre la seguridad ciudadana en Latinoamérica. Revista Estudios Socio-Juridicos, 15(1), pp. 11-16.

Rodgers, D., and Rocha, J.L. (2013) Turning points: gang evolution in Nicaragua. In: Small Arms Survey 2013: Everyday Dangers. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 46-73. ISBN 9781107672444

Rodgers, D. (2013) Broderes in Arms: Gang Socialization in Post-Conflict Nicaragua. Working Paper. Simon Fraser School of International Studies, Vancouver.

2012

Rodgers, D., and O'Neill, B. (2012) Infrastructural violence: Introduction to the special issue. Ethnography, 13(4), pp. 401-412. (doi:10.1177/1466138111435738)

Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R., (Eds.) (2012) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: New York. ISBN 9780230371545

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2012) The Projection of Development: Cinematic Representation as An(other) Authoritative Source of Knowledge. Working Paper. Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Moser, C., and Rodgers, D. (2012) Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: Global Policy Report. Working Paper. Global Tipping Point, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

O'Neill, B., and Rodgers, D. (2012) Infrastructural violence. Ethnography, 13(4),

Rodgers, D. (2012) Conclusion: Towards a new Latin American urban development agenda for the 21st century. In: Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9780230371545

Rodgers, D. (2012) Gangs of Central America. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2013. Series: Europa regional surveys of the world. Europa Publications: London, UK. ISBN 9781857436556

Rodgers, D. (2012) Haussmannization in the tropics: Abject urbanism and infrastructural violence in Nicaragua. Ethnography, 13(4), pp. 413-438. (doi:10.1177/1466138111435740)

Rodgers, D. (2012) Nicaragua's gangs: A debate. NACLA Report on the Americas, 45(2), pp. 4-5.

Rodgers, D. (2012) Nicaragua’s gangs: Historical legacy or contemporary symptom? NACLA Report on the Americas, 45(1), pp. 66-69.

Rodgers, D. (2012) Separate but equal democratisation? Participation, politics, and urban segregation in Latin America. In: Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9780230371545

Rodgers, D. (2012) Violence and the city: a view from the ganglands [blog post].

Rodgers, D. (2012) What shall become of us without any barbarians? : Central American gangs and the utopia of civilization in Latin America. In: Auroi, C. and Helg, A. (eds.) Latin America 1810-2010: Dreams and Legacies. Imperial College Press: London. ISBN 9781848168466

Rodgers, D., Beall, J., and Kanbur, R. (2012) Introduction: Re-thinking the Latin American city. In: Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9780230371545

Rodgers, D., and Satija, S. (2012) Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: The Case of Patna, India. Working Paper. Global Tipping Point, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

2011

Beall, J., Goodfellow, T., and Rodgers, D. (2011) Cities, Conflict and State Fragility. Working Paper. Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2011) The World Bank's World Development Report 2011 on conflict, security and development: A critique through five vignettes. Journal of International Development, 23(7), pp. 980-995. (doi:10.1002/jid.1826)

Rodgers, D. (2011) Nicaragua: the road to 'pacification' [blog post].

Rodgers, D. (2011) An illness called Managua: 'extraordinary' urbanization and 'mal-development' in Nicaragua. In: Edensor, T. and Jayne, M. (eds.) Urban Theory Beyond the West: A World of Cities. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 121-136. ISBN 9780415589758

Rodgers, D., Beall, J., and Kanbur, R. (2011) Latin American urban development into the twenty-first century: Towards a renewed perspective on the city. European Journal of Development Research, 23(4), pp. 550-568. (doi:10.1057/ejdr.2011.18)

Rodgers, D., and Satija, S. (2011) Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: A Case Study of Patna, Bihar. Other. Global Tipping Point, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

2010

Rodgers, D. (2010) Invited comment on the article "Towards a critical anthropology of security" by Daniel M. Goldstein, Current Anthropology, 51(4) 487-499. Current Anthropology, 51(4), pp. 510-511. (doi:10.1086/655393)

Beall, J., Goodfellow, T., and Rodgers, D. (2010) Policy Directions: Cities and Conflict. Other. Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Rodgers, D. (2010) Contingent democratisation? The rise and fall of participatory budgeting in Buenos Aires. Journal of Latin American Studies, 42(1), pp. 1-27. (doi:10.1017/S0022216X10000039)

Rodgers, D. (2010) Genèse d’un gangster? De la pandilla au cartelito au Nicaragua post-sandiniste. Problèmes d'Amérique Latine, 76, pp. 61-76.

Rodgers, D. (2010) Urban violence is not (necessarily) a way of life: towards a political economy of conflict in cities. In: Beall, J., Guha-Khasnobis, B. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Urbanization and Development: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Series: WIDER studies in development economics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199590148

Rodgers, D., and Muggah, R. (2010) Gangs as non-state armed groups: the Central American case. In: Krause, K. (ed.) Armed Groups and Contemporary Conflicts: Challenging the Weberian State. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415574570

Rodgers, D., Pfanner, T., and Siegrist, M. (2010) Interview with Dennis Rodgers. International Review of the Red Cross, 92(878), pp. 313-328. (doi:10.1017/S1816383110000433)

2009

Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D., (Eds.) (2009) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective. Series: Studies of the Americas. Palgrave Macmillan: New York. ISBN 9780230600560

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2009) Introduction: youth violence in Latin America - an overview and agenda for research. In: Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D. (eds.) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective. Series: Studies of the Americas. Palgrave Macmillan: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780230600560

Jutersonke, O., Muggah, R., and Rodgers, D. (2009) Gangs, urban violence, and security interventions in Central America. Security Dialogue, 40(4-5), pp. 373-397. (doi:10.1177/0967010609343298)

Rodgers, D. (2009) Bismarckian Transformations in Contemporary Nicaragua: From Gang Member to Drug Dealer to Legal Entrepreneur. Working Paper. Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Rodgers, D. (2009) Gangs of Central America. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2010. Series: Europa regional surveys of the world. Europa Publications: London, UK. ISBN 9781857435252

Rodgers, D. (2009) Les bandes comme stratégie de "survie sociale" au Nicaragua. In: Bataillon, G. and Merklen, D. (eds.) L'Expérience des Situations-Limites. Karthala: Paris. ISBN 9782811102609

Rodgers, D. (2009) Living in the shadow of death: gangs, violence and social order in urban Nicaragua, 1996–2002. In: Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D. (eds.) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective. Series: Studies of the Americas. Macmillan: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780230600560

Rodgers, D. (2009) Slum wars of the 21st century: gangs, Mano Dura and the new urban geography of conflict in Central America. Development and Change, 40(5), pp. 949-976. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-7660.2009.01590.x)

Rodgers, D., and Hazen, J. (2009) Global gangs: are today's gangs so different from those of the past? Globe, 4, pp. 38-39.

Rodgers, D., and Muggah, R. (2009) Gangs as non-state armed groups: the Central American case. Contemporary Security Policy, 30(2), pp. 301-317. (doi:10.1080/13523260903059948)

Rodgers, D., Muggah, R., and Stevenson, C. (2009) Gangs of Central America: Causes, Costs, and Interventions. Other. Small Arms Survey, Geneva, Switzerland.

2008

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2008) Taking novels seriously: fiction and the study of international development. Manchester Memoirs: Proceedings of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 148, pp. 25-31.

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2008) The fiction of development: literary representation as a source of authoritative knowledge. Journal of Development Studies, 44(2), pp. 198-216. (doi:10.1080/00220380701789828)

Rocha, J.L., and Rodgers, D. (2008) Gangs of Nicaragua. Revista Envío: Managua.

Rodgers, D. (2008) Guest voz: British researcher finds US deportations to blame for rise in violent gang crime in Central America [blog post].

Rodgers, D. (2008) Prólogo. In: Huhn, S., Oettler, A. and Peetz, P. (eds.) Imaginaciones y percepciones : si estudiantes de Costa Rica, El Salvador y Nicaragua fueran presidentes--. Series: Cuadernos de investigación de la Universidad Centroamericana (24). UCA Publicaciones: Managua, Nicaragua.

Rodgers, D. (2008) Searching for the time of beautiful madness: of ruins and revolution in post-Sandinista Nicaragua. In: West, H. and Raman, P. (eds.) Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Berghahn Books: Oxford, UK, pp. 77-102. ISBN 9781845454647

Rodgers, D. (2008) Youth gangs as ontological assets. In: Moser, C. and Dani, A.A. (eds.) Assets, Livelihoods, and Social Policy. Series: New frontiers of social policy. World Bank: Washington, DC, USA. ISBN 9780821369951

Rodgers, D. (2008) A symptom called Managua. New Left Review, 49, pp. 103-120.

Rodgers, D., and Jensen, S. (2008) Revolutionaries, barbarians or war machines? Gangs in Nicaragua and South Africa. Socialist Register, 45,

2007

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2007) Researching Youth and Violence in Central America: Participatory Methodologies [Guest editors]. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 26(4),

Rodgers, D. (2007) ‘Each to their own’: Ethnographic notes on the economic organisation of poor households in urban Nicaragua. Journal of Development Studies, 43(3), pp. 391-419. (doi:10.1080/00220380701204240)

Rodgers, D. (2007) Gangs of Central America. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2008. Series: Europa regional surveys of the world. Europa Publications: London, UK. ISBN 9781857434323

Rodgers, D. (2007) Gangs, vioelnce, and asset-building. In: Moser, C.O.N. (ed.) Reducing Global Poverty: the Case for Asset Accumulation. Brookings Institution Press: Washington, DC, USA. ISBN 9780815758570

Rodgers, D. (2007) Joining the gang and becoming a broder: the violence of ethnography in contemporary Nicaragua. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 26(4), pp. 444-461. (doi:10.1111/j.1470-9856.2007.00234.x)

Rodgers, D. (2007) Managua. In: Koonings, K. and Kruijt, D. (eds.) Fractured Cities: Social Exclusion, Urban Violence and Contested Spaces in Latin America. Zed Books: London, UK, pp. 71-85. ISBN 9781842777305

Rodgers, D. (2007) Nueva Managua: the disembedded city. In: Davis, M. and Monk, D.B. (eds.) Evil Paradises: Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism. New Press: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9781595580764

Rodgers, D. (2007) Pandillas y maras: protagonistas y chivos expiatorios. Envio, 309, pp. 39-46.

Rodgers, D. (2007) Subverting the spaces of invitation? Local politics and participatory budgeting in post-crisis Buenos Aires. In: Cornwall, A. and Coelho, V.S.P. (eds.) Spaces for Change?: The Politics of Citizen Participation in New Democratic Arenas. Series: Claiming citizenship (4). Zed Books: London, UK. ISBN 9781842775530

Rodgers, D. (2007) When vigilantes turn bad: gangs, violence and social change in urban Nicaragua. In: Pratten, D. and Sen, A. (eds.) Global Vigilantes. Hurst: London, UK. ISBN 9781850658375

Rodgers, D., and Jones, G.A. (2007) Introduction. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 26(4), pp. 439-443. (doi:10.1111/j.1470-9856.2007.00233.x)

2006

Rodgers, D. (2006) Cuando la pandilla se pone mala: Violencia juvenil y cambio social en Nicaragua. Etnografías Contemporáneas, 2(2), pp. 75-98.

Rodgers, D. (2006) Living in the shadow of death: gangs, violence and social order in urban Nicaragua, 1996–2002. Journal of Latin American Studies, 38(2), pp. 267-292. (doi:10.1017/S0022216X0600071X)

Rodgers, D. (2006) Son como esponjas! Notas antropologicas entorno de dialogos con el MTD La Matanza. In: Flores, T. (ed.) Cuando con Otros Somos Nosotros: La Experiencia Asociativa del Movimiento de Trabajadores Desocupados MTD La Matanza. MTD Editora: Buenos Aires, Argentina. ISBN 9789879869123

Rodgers, D. (2006) The state as a gang: conceptualizing the governmentality of violence in contemporary Nicaragua. Critique of Anthropology, 26(3), pp. 315-330. (doi:10.1177/0308275X06066577)

2005

Moser, C.O.N., and Rodgers, D. (2005) Change, Violence and Insecurity in Non-Conflict Situations. Working Paper. Overseas Development Institute, London, UK.

Rodgers, D. (2005) Crime and development. In: Forsyth, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of International Development. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415253420

Rodgers, D. (2005) Culture and development. In: Forsyth, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of International Development. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415253420

Rodgers, D. (2005) Youth violence. In: Forsyth, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of International Development. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415253420

Rodgers, D. (2005) The politics of participatory budgeting in Buenos Aires. In: Romero, R. (ed.) Democracia Participativa, una Utopia en Marcha: Reflexiones, Experiencias y un Análisis Del Caso Porteño. Red Argentina de Ciencia Política Mariano Moreno: Buenos Aires, Argentina. ISBN 9789871076963

Rodgers, D., and Jones, G.A. (2005) Introduction: Photography and violence. In: DeCesare, D. (ed.) Hijos del Destino: Youth Violence in the Americas: An Exhibition by Donna DeCesare. London School of Economics and Political Science: London, UK.

2004

Rodgers, D. (2004) "Disembedding" the city: crime, insecurity and spatial organization in Managua, Nicaragua. Environment and Urbanization, 16(2), pp. 113-124. (doi:10.1177/095624780401600202)

Rodgers, D. (2004) Haciendo del peligro una vocación: La antropología, la violencia, y los dilemas de la observación participante. Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica, 2(1), pp. 1-24.

Rodgers, D. (2004) Pandillas: de la violencia social a la violencia económica. Envio, 274, pp. 30-35.

2003

Rodgers, D. (2003) From primitive socialism to primitive accumulation: gangs, violence and social change in urban Nicaragua, 1997-2002. CERLAC Bulletin, 2(3), pp. 1-6.

Rodgers, D. (2003) ‘Vivemos em um estado do siege’: Violência, crime e gangues em Nicarágua urbano pos-conflito. Sexta Feira: Antropologia, Artes e Humanidades, 7, pp. 58-67.

Rodgers, D. (2003) Youth gangs in Colombia and Nicaragua: new forms of violence, new theoretical directions. In: Rudqvist, A. and Hettne, B. (eds.) Breeding Inequality, Reaping Violence: Exploring Linkages and Causality in Colombia and Beyond. Series: Utsikt mot utveckling (18). Collegium for Development Studies: Uppsala, Sweden. ISBN 9789197368384

2002

Rodgers, D. (2002) La globalización de un barrio. Envio, 264, pp. 23-30.

2001

Arcaro, C., Baertshchi, C.-A., Baillon, H., Bottani, N., Evrard, A., Gros, D., Caceres, M.J., Kaiser, C., Pillet, M., Rastoldo, F., and Rodgers, D. (2001) Le système d'enseignement et de formation genevois: ensemble d'indicateurs. SRED: Geneva. ISBN 9782940238071

Rodgers, D., and Baracco, L. (2001) Nicaragua: history. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2001 [9th ed.]. Series: Regional surveys of the world. Europa: London, UK. ISBN 9781857430875

1999

Arcaro, C. et al. (1999) Proposition de Cadre Conceptuel pour Sélectionner et Organiser un Ensemble d’indicateurs du Système d’enseignement et de Formation Genevois. Discussion Paper. Service de la recherche en éducation, Geneva, Switzerland.

Rodgers, D. (1999) Youth Gangs and Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Literature Survey. Working Paper. World Bank, Washington, D.C., USA.

Rodgers, D. (1999) Youth gangs and violence in urban Nicaragua. In: Moser, C.O.N. and Lister, S. (eds.) Violence and Social Capital: Proceedings of the LCSES Seminar Series, 1997-98. Series: LCR Sustainable development working papers: Urban Peace Program series (5). World Bank: Washington, D.C., USA.

1997

Rodgers, D. (1997) Un antropólogo-pandillero en un barrio de Managua. Envio, 184, pp. 10-16.

1996

Rodgers, D. (1996) Rhetoric versus reality: 'participatory development', cooperation and the case of the AMUL cooperative. Cambridge Anthropology, 19(1), pp. 73-91.

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Articles

Rodgers, D., and Hazen, J. (2015) Gangs in a global comparative perspective. Freedom from Fear Magazine, 10, pp. 70-75.

Beall, J., Goodfellow, T., and Rodgers, D. (2013) Cities and conflict in fragile states in the developing world. Urban Studies, 50(15), pp. 3065-3083. (doi:10.1177/0042098013487775)

Goodfellow, T., Rodgers, D., and Beall, J. (2013) From civil to civic conflict? Violence and the city in 'fragile states'. Open Democracy,

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) The projection of development: cinematic representation as a(nother) source of authoritative knowledge? Journal of Development Studies, 49(3), pp. 383-397. (doi:10.1080/00220388.2012.724167)

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) What can we learn from popular representations of development? WIDER Angle,

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) Why dry academic journals are not the only source on development. Guardian,

Rodgers, D. (2013) Nuevas perspectivas sobre la seguridad ciudadana en Latinoamérica. Revista Estudios Socio-Juridicos, 15(1), pp. 11-16.

Rodgers, D., and O'Neill, B. (2012) Infrastructural violence: Introduction to the special issue. Ethnography, 13(4), pp. 401-412. (doi:10.1177/1466138111435738)

O'Neill, B., and Rodgers, D. (2012) Infrastructural violence. Ethnography, 13(4),

Rodgers, D. (2012) Haussmannization in the tropics: Abject urbanism and infrastructural violence in Nicaragua. Ethnography, 13(4), pp. 413-438. (doi:10.1177/1466138111435740)

Rodgers, D. (2012) Nicaragua's gangs: A debate. NACLA Report on the Americas, 45(2), pp. 4-5.

Rodgers, D. (2012) Nicaragua’s gangs: Historical legacy or contemporary symptom? NACLA Report on the Americas, 45(1), pp. 66-69.

Rodgers, D. (2012) Violence and the city: a view from the ganglands [blog post].

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2011) The World Bank's World Development Report 2011 on conflict, security and development: A critique through five vignettes. Journal of International Development, 23(7), pp. 980-995. (doi:10.1002/jid.1826)

Rodgers, D. (2011) Nicaragua: the road to 'pacification' [blog post].

Rodgers, D., Beall, J., and Kanbur, R. (2011) Latin American urban development into the twenty-first century: Towards a renewed perspective on the city. European Journal of Development Research, 23(4), pp. 550-568. (doi:10.1057/ejdr.2011.18)

Rodgers, D. (2010) Invited comment on the article "Towards a critical anthropology of security" by Daniel M. Goldstein, Current Anthropology, 51(4) 487-499. Current Anthropology, 51(4), pp. 510-511. (doi:10.1086/655393)

Rodgers, D. (2010) Contingent democratisation? The rise and fall of participatory budgeting in Buenos Aires. Journal of Latin American Studies, 42(1), pp. 1-27. (doi:10.1017/S0022216X10000039)

Rodgers, D. (2010) Genèse d’un gangster? De la pandilla au cartelito au Nicaragua post-sandiniste. Problèmes d'Amérique Latine, 76, pp. 61-76.

Rodgers, D., Pfanner, T., and Siegrist, M. (2010) Interview with Dennis Rodgers. International Review of the Red Cross, 92(878), pp. 313-328. (doi:10.1017/S1816383110000433)

Jutersonke, O., Muggah, R., and Rodgers, D. (2009) Gangs, urban violence, and security interventions in Central America. Security Dialogue, 40(4-5), pp. 373-397. (doi:10.1177/0967010609343298)

Rodgers, D. (2009) Slum wars of the 21st century: gangs, Mano Dura and the new urban geography of conflict in Central America. Development and Change, 40(5), pp. 949-976. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-7660.2009.01590.x)

Rodgers, D., and Hazen, J. (2009) Global gangs: are today's gangs so different from those of the past? Globe, 4, pp. 38-39.

Rodgers, D., and Muggah, R. (2009) Gangs as non-state armed groups: the Central American case. Contemporary Security Policy, 30(2), pp. 301-317. (doi:10.1080/13523260903059948)

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2008) Taking novels seriously: fiction and the study of international development. Manchester Memoirs: Proceedings of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 148, pp. 25-31.

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2008) The fiction of development: literary representation as a source of authoritative knowledge. Journal of Development Studies, 44(2), pp. 198-216. (doi:10.1080/00220380701789828)

Rodgers, D. (2008) Guest voz: British researcher finds US deportations to blame for rise in violent gang crime in Central America [blog post].

Rodgers, D. (2008) A symptom called Managua. New Left Review, 49, pp. 103-120.

Rodgers, D., and Jensen, S. (2008) Revolutionaries, barbarians or war machines? Gangs in Nicaragua and South Africa. Socialist Register, 45,

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2007) Researching Youth and Violence in Central America: Participatory Methodologies [Guest editors]. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 26(4),

Rodgers, D. (2007) ‘Each to their own’: Ethnographic notes on the economic organisation of poor households in urban Nicaragua. Journal of Development Studies, 43(3), pp. 391-419. (doi:10.1080/00220380701204240)

Rodgers, D. (2007) Joining the gang and becoming a broder: the violence of ethnography in contemporary Nicaragua. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 26(4), pp. 444-461. (doi:10.1111/j.1470-9856.2007.00234.x)

Rodgers, D. (2007) Pandillas y maras: protagonistas y chivos expiatorios. Envio, 309, pp. 39-46.

Rodgers, D., and Jones, G.A. (2007) Introduction. Bulletin of Latin American Research, 26(4), pp. 439-443. (doi:10.1111/j.1470-9856.2007.00233.x)

Rodgers, D. (2006) Cuando la pandilla se pone mala: Violencia juvenil y cambio social en Nicaragua. Etnografías Contemporáneas, 2(2), pp. 75-98.

Rodgers, D. (2006) Living in the shadow of death: gangs, violence and social order in urban Nicaragua, 1996–2002. Journal of Latin American Studies, 38(2), pp. 267-292. (doi:10.1017/S0022216X0600071X)

Rodgers, D. (2006) The state as a gang: conceptualizing the governmentality of violence in contemporary Nicaragua. Critique of Anthropology, 26(3), pp. 315-330. (doi:10.1177/0308275X06066577)

Rodgers, D. (2004) "Disembedding" the city: crime, insecurity and spatial organization in Managua, Nicaragua. Environment and Urbanization, 16(2), pp. 113-124. (doi:10.1177/095624780401600202)

Rodgers, D. (2004) Haciendo del peligro una vocación: La antropología, la violencia, y los dilemas de la observación participante. Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica, 2(1), pp. 1-24.

Rodgers, D. (2004) Pandillas: de la violencia social a la violencia económica. Envio, 274, pp. 30-35.

Rodgers, D. (2003) From primitive socialism to primitive accumulation: gangs, violence and social change in urban Nicaragua, 1997-2002. CERLAC Bulletin, 2(3), pp. 1-6.

Rodgers, D. (2003) ‘Vivemos em um estado do siege’: Violência, crime e gangues em Nicarágua urbano pos-conflito. Sexta Feira: Antropologia, Artes e Humanidades, 7, pp. 58-67.

Rodgers, D. (2002) La globalización de un barrio. Envio, 264, pp. 23-30.

Rodgers, D. (1997) Un antropólogo-pandillero en un barrio de Managua. Envio, 184, pp. 10-16.

Rodgers, D. (1996) Rhetoric versus reality: 'participatory development', cooperation and the case of the AMUL cooperative. Cambridge Anthropology, 19(1), pp. 73-91.

Books

Rocha, J.L., and Rodgers, D. (2008) Gangs of Nicaragua. Revista Envío: Managua.

Arcaro, C., Baertshchi, C.-A., Baillon, H., Bottani, N., Evrard, A., Gros, D., Caceres, M.J., Kaiser, C., Pillet, M., Rastoldo, F., and Rodgers, D. (2001) Le système d'enseignement et de formation genevois: ensemble d'indicateurs. SRED: Geneva. ISBN 9782940238071

Book Sections

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2015) Gangs, guns, and the city: urban policy in dangerous places. In: Lemanski, C. and Marx, C. (eds.) City in Urban Poverty. Series: EADI global development series. Palsgrave Macmillan: Houndmills. ISBN 9781137367426

Rodgers, D., and Baird, A. (2015) Understanding gangs in contemporary Latin America. In: Decker, S.H. and Pyrooz, D.C. (eds.) The Handbook of Gangs. Series: Wiley handbooks in criminology and criminal justice. Wiley: Chichester. ISBN 9781118726877

Rodgers, D. (2015) The moral economy of murder: violence, death, and social order in gangland Nicaragua. In: Auyero, J., Bourgois, P. and Scheper-Hughes, N. (eds.) Violence at the Urban Margins. Series: Global and comparative ethnography. Oxford University Press: New York. ISBN 9780190221447

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2014) Conclusion: popular representations of development: taking stock, moving forwards. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2014) Introduction: the popular representation of development. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2014) The fiction of development: literary representation as a source of authoritative knowledge. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M.J.V. (2014) The projection of development: cinematic representation as an(other) authoritative source of knowledge. In: Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M.J.V. (eds.) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Rodgers, D. (2014) Bróderes, vagos, and compadres in the barrio: kinship, politics, and local territorialization in urban Nicaragua. In: Fischer, B.M., McCann, B. and Auyero, J. (eds.) Cities from Scratch: The Informal City in Latin America. Duke University Press: Durham, NC. ISBN 9780822355335

Rodgers, D., and Hazen, J. M. (2014) Introduction: gangs in a global comparative perspective. In: Hazen, J. M. and Rodgers, D. (eds.) Global Gangs: Street Violence Across the World. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN. ISBN 9780816691494

Rodgers, D., and Rocha, J.L. (2013) Turning points: gang evolution in Nicaragua. In: Small Arms Survey 2013: Everyday Dangers. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 46-73. ISBN 9781107672444

Rodgers, D. (2012) Conclusion: Towards a new Latin American urban development agenda for the 21st century. In: Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9780230371545

Rodgers, D. (2012) Gangs of Central America. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2013. Series: Europa regional surveys of the world. Europa Publications: London, UK. ISBN 9781857436556

Rodgers, D. (2012) Separate but equal democratisation? Participation, politics, and urban segregation in Latin America. In: Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9780230371545

Rodgers, D. (2012) What shall become of us without any barbarians? : Central American gangs and the utopia of civilization in Latin America. In: Auroi, C. and Helg, A. (eds.) Latin America 1810-2010: Dreams and Legacies. Imperial College Press: London. ISBN 9781848168466

Rodgers, D., Beall, J., and Kanbur, R. (2012) Introduction: Re-thinking the Latin American city. In: Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: London. ISBN 9780230371545

Rodgers, D. (2011) An illness called Managua: 'extraordinary' urbanization and 'mal-development' in Nicaragua. In: Edensor, T. and Jayne, M. (eds.) Urban Theory Beyond the West: A World of Cities. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 121-136. ISBN 9780415589758

Rodgers, D. (2010) Urban violence is not (necessarily) a way of life: towards a political economy of conflict in cities. In: Beall, J., Guha-Khasnobis, B. and Kanbur, R. (eds.) Urbanization and Development: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Series: WIDER studies in development economics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199590148

Rodgers, D., and Muggah, R. (2010) Gangs as non-state armed groups: the Central American case. In: Krause, K. (ed.) Armed Groups and Contemporary Conflicts: Challenging the Weberian State. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415574570

Jones, G.A., and Rodgers, D. (2009) Introduction: youth violence in Latin America - an overview and agenda for research. In: Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D. (eds.) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective. Series: Studies of the Americas. Palgrave Macmillan: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780230600560

Rodgers, D. (2009) Gangs of Central America. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2010. Series: Europa regional surveys of the world. Europa Publications: London, UK. ISBN 9781857435252

Rodgers, D. (2009) Les bandes comme stratégie de "survie sociale" au Nicaragua. In: Bataillon, G. and Merklen, D. (eds.) L'Expérience des Situations-Limites. Karthala: Paris. ISBN 9782811102609

Rodgers, D. (2009) Living in the shadow of death: gangs, violence and social order in urban Nicaragua, 1996–2002. In: Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D. (eds.) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective. Series: Studies of the Americas. Macmillan: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780230600560

Rodgers, D. (2008) Prólogo. In: Huhn, S., Oettler, A. and Peetz, P. (eds.) Imaginaciones y percepciones : si estudiantes de Costa Rica, El Salvador y Nicaragua fueran presidentes--. Series: Cuadernos de investigación de la Universidad Centroamericana (24). UCA Publicaciones: Managua, Nicaragua.

Rodgers, D. (2008) Searching for the time of beautiful madness: of ruins and revolution in post-Sandinista Nicaragua. In: West, H. and Raman, P. (eds.) Enduring Socialism: Explorations of Revolution and Transformation, Restoration and Continuation. Berghahn Books: Oxford, UK, pp. 77-102. ISBN 9781845454647

Rodgers, D. (2008) Youth gangs as ontological assets. In: Moser, C. and Dani, A.A. (eds.) Assets, Livelihoods, and Social Policy. Series: New frontiers of social policy. World Bank: Washington, DC, USA. ISBN 9780821369951

Rodgers, D. (2007) Gangs of Central America. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2008. Series: Europa regional surveys of the world. Europa Publications: London, UK. ISBN 9781857434323

Rodgers, D. (2007) Gangs, vioelnce, and asset-building. In: Moser, C.O.N. (ed.) Reducing Global Poverty: the Case for Asset Accumulation. Brookings Institution Press: Washington, DC, USA. ISBN 9780815758570

Rodgers, D. (2007) Managua. In: Koonings, K. and Kruijt, D. (eds.) Fractured Cities: Social Exclusion, Urban Violence and Contested Spaces in Latin America. Zed Books: London, UK, pp. 71-85. ISBN 9781842777305

Rodgers, D. (2007) Nueva Managua: the disembedded city. In: Davis, M. and Monk, D.B. (eds.) Evil Paradises: Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism. New Press: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9781595580764

Rodgers, D. (2007) Subverting the spaces of invitation? Local politics and participatory budgeting in post-crisis Buenos Aires. In: Cornwall, A. and Coelho, V.S.P. (eds.) Spaces for Change?: The Politics of Citizen Participation in New Democratic Arenas. Series: Claiming citizenship (4). Zed Books: London, UK. ISBN 9781842775530

Rodgers, D. (2007) When vigilantes turn bad: gangs, violence and social change in urban Nicaragua. In: Pratten, D. and Sen, A. (eds.) Global Vigilantes. Hurst: London, UK. ISBN 9781850658375

Rodgers, D. (2006) Son como esponjas! Notas antropologicas entorno de dialogos con el MTD La Matanza. In: Flores, T. (ed.) Cuando con Otros Somos Nosotros: La Experiencia Asociativa del Movimiento de Trabajadores Desocupados MTD La Matanza. MTD Editora: Buenos Aires, Argentina. ISBN 9789879869123

Rodgers, D. (2005) Crime and development. In: Forsyth, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of International Development. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415253420

Rodgers, D. (2005) Culture and development. In: Forsyth, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of International Development. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415253420

Rodgers, D. (2005) Youth violence. In: Forsyth, T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of International Development. Routledge: Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9780415253420

Rodgers, D. (2005) The politics of participatory budgeting in Buenos Aires. In: Romero, R. (ed.) Democracia Participativa, una Utopia en Marcha: Reflexiones, Experiencias y un Análisis Del Caso Porteño. Red Argentina de Ciencia Política Mariano Moreno: Buenos Aires, Argentina. ISBN 9789871076963

Rodgers, D., and Jones, G.A. (2005) Introduction: Photography and violence. In: DeCesare, D. (ed.) Hijos del Destino: Youth Violence in the Americas: An Exhibition by Donna DeCesare. London School of Economics and Political Science: London, UK.

Rodgers, D. (2003) Youth gangs in Colombia and Nicaragua: new forms of violence, new theoretical directions. In: Rudqvist, A. and Hettne, B. (eds.) Breeding Inequality, Reaping Violence: Exploring Linkages and Causality in Colombia and Beyond. Series: Utsikt mot utveckling (18). Collegium for Development Studies: Uppsala, Sweden. ISBN 9789197368384

Rodgers, D., and Baracco, L. (2001) Nicaragua: history. In: South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2001 [9th ed.]. Series: Regional surveys of the world. Europa: London, UK. ISBN 9781857430875

Rodgers, D. (1999) Youth gangs and violence in urban Nicaragua. In: Moser, C.O.N. and Lister, S. (eds.) Violence and Social Capital: Proceedings of the LCSES Seminar Series, 1997-98. Series: LCR Sustainable development working papers: Urban Peace Program series (5). World Bank: Washington, D.C., USA.

Edited Books

Hazen, J. M. and Rodgers, D., (Eds.) (2014) Global Gangs: Street Violence Across the World. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, MN. ISBN 9780816691494

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D. and Woolcock, M., (Eds.) (2014) Popular Representations of Development: Insights from Novels, Films, Television, and Social Media. Routledge: New York, NY, USA. ISBN 9780415822800

Rodgers, D., Beall, J. and Kanbur, R., (Eds.) (2012) Latin American Urban Development into the 21st Century: Towards a Renewed Perspective on the City. Series: Studies in development economics and policy. Palgrave Macmillan: New York. ISBN 9780230371545

Jones, G.A. and Rodgers, D., (Eds.) (2009) Youth Violence in Latin America: Gangs and Juvenile Justice in Perspective. Series: Studies of the Americas. Palgrave Macmillan: New York. ISBN 9780230600560

Research Reports or Papers

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2013) The Projection of Development: Cinematic Representation as An(other) Authoritative Source of Knowledge. Working Paper. World Bank, Washington, DC.

Rodgers, D. (2013) Broderes in Arms: Gang Socialization in Post-Conflict Nicaragua. Working Paper. Simon Fraser School of International Studies, Vancouver.

Lewis, D., Rodgers, D., and Woolcock, M. (2012) The Projection of Development: Cinematic Representation as An(other) Authoritative Source of Knowledge. Working Paper. Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Moser, C., and Rodgers, D. (2012) Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: Global Policy Report. Working Paper. Global Tipping Point, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Rodgers, D., and Satija, S. (2012) Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: The Case of Patna, India. Working Paper. Global Tipping Point, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Beall, J., Goodfellow, T., and Rodgers, D. (2011) Cities, Conflict and State Fragility. Working Paper. Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Rodgers, D., and Satija, S. (2011) Understanding the Tipping Point of Urban Conflict: A Case Study of Patna, Bihar. Other. Global Tipping Point, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Beall, J., Goodfellow, T., and Rodgers, D. (2010) Policy Directions: Cities and Conflict. Other. Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics, London, UK.

Rodgers, D. (2009) Bismarckian Transformations in Contemporary Nicaragua: From Gang Member to Drug Dealer to Legal Entrepreneur. Working Paper. Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Rodgers, D., Muggah, R., and Stevenson, C. (2009) Gangs of Central America: Causes, Costs, and Interventions. Other. Small Arms Survey, Geneva, Switzerland.

Moser, C.O.N., and Rodgers, D. (2005) Change, Violence and Insecurity in Non-Conflict Situations. Working Paper. Overseas Development Institute, London, UK.

Arcaro, C. et al. (1999) Proposition de Cadre Conceptuel pour Sélectionner et Organiser un Ensemble d’indicateurs du Système d’enseignement et de Formation Genevois. Discussion Paper. Service de la recherche en éducation, Geneva, Switzerland.

Rodgers, D. (1999) Youth Gangs and Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Literature Survey. Working Paper. World Bank, Washington, D.C., USA.

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