Women as mothers

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Random House, 1978 - Family & Relationships - 239 pages
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A leading social anthropologist examines what being a mother means to a woman as a person, using examples from societies all over the world, and concludes that a great deal of what we call "maternal ... Read full review

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JSTOR: Mothering: Institutional Alternatives and Personal Experiences
Mothering: Institutional Alternatives and Personal Experiences Women as Mothers' How They See Themselves in Different Cultures, by SHEILA KITZINGER. ...
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Any reorganization of society which focuses on the needs of women as mothers must. involve a reevaluation of what is important about the mothering role for ...
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Liamputtong et al., 2002 P. Liamputtong, S. Yimyam and S. Parisunyakul et al., Women as mothers the case of Thai women in northern Thailand, ...
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ENDNOTES. Spontaneous Creation:. 101 Reasons Not to Have Your Baby in a Hospital, Vol. 1. A Book about Natural Childbirth and the Birth of ...
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Title, Women as Mothers. ACNO, 0005358. Call No. 705 KIT. Circulation Type, 圖書(不設預約) Book. Language, 英文English. Extent, 285. Status. Introduction ...
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About the author (1978)

Sheila Kitzinger is the world's best-known writer on childbirth from a woman's point of view. She is the author of 23 books, which are published in 20 languages. They include The New Pregnancy and Childbirth, Breastfeeding and, most recently, Rediscovering Birth. Sheila is a social anthropologist of birth and seeks to help women make their own informed choices about pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding, and motherhood.

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