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Whilst pregnancy in most societies is considered a special ritual. 18 Colin
Turnbull, Wayward Servants, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1966. 19 Barbara
Thompson, 'Infant feeding and Child Care in a Getting and Not Getting Pregnant
In a West African village where Barbara Thompson1 carefully observed women
in labour, it was clear that they were expected to ... 1 Barbara Thompson, 'Infant
Feeding and Child Care in a West African Village', /. of Tropical Pediatrics, Vol.
... or bathing in water to which special herbs or colouring substances may be
added. A major threat to the life of babies born under. 9 Barbara Thompson, op.
tit. 10 Barbara Thompson, op. cit. 11 A. W. O. Hassall, Childbirth— a Social Act 93
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