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By the time she goes into labour the woman and the nana attending her know
each other well , even if they have not known each other and each other ' s
families for years before . When labour starts she and the nana prepare the
labour room ...
This may be one explanation , at least , for the fact that rates of induction of labour
rose to 50 per cent or more in British hospitals in the late sixties and early
seventies , in spite of the fact that obstetricians themselves state that , ' most of the
A study in Aberdeen showed that there was significantly more fetal distress and
that babies were more likely to have low Apgar scores after delivery and to be
admitted to special care baby units if oxytocin had been used to induce labour .
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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
Mothercraft or Motherhood?
The Motherhood Trap
Mothers in the Social System
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Don't blame mother: mending the mother-daughter relationship
Paula J. Caplan
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