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CONTENTS ? Preface Chapter 1: Introduction: Thai Women, Reproduction and Motherhood Chapter 2: My Doctor Knows Best: Antenatal Care and Authoritative Knowledge Chapter 3: Birth and Social Class: Vaginal or Caesarean Birth? Chapter 4: Giving Birth in Hospital Chapter 5: Yu Duan Practices as Embodying Tradition, Modernity and Social Change Chapter 6: Becoming a Mother Chapter 7: Breast is Best?: Infant Feeding in a Changing Social Context Chapter 8: Childrearing and Infant Care: Motherhood, Risk and Responsibility In trying to Conclude....Postscript References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Childbirth -- Social aspects -- Thailand, Northern.
Obstetrics -- Social aspects -- Thailand, Northern.
Motherhood -- Social aspects -- Thailand, Northern.
Infants -- Care -- Thailand, Northern.
Parturition -- psychology -- Thailand.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Thailand.
Infant Care -- psychology -- Thailand.
Mother-Child Relations -- Thailand.
Social Change -- Thailand.