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Attitude to Breast Feeding

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  • 1.   A measure of intention: the theory of planned behaviour applied to breastfeeding

    The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis of the 'Theory of Planned Behaviour' to investigate motivational constructs, prediction of prenatal intentions and the eventual postpartum initiation of breastfeeding

    RCM Midwives Journal, Vol: 4 Page: 330-333 2001
    J. Stockdale

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  • 2.   Natural benefits

    This article reviews the reasons for the low initiation rates of breastfeeding among Irish women

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 15 Page: 18-19 2007
    C. O'Donnell; R. O'Connell

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  • 3.   Ontological perspectives of breastfeeding

    This article discusses the ontological perspectives of breastfeeding

    British Journal of Midwifery, Vol: 15 Page: 779-783 2007
    R. Spencer

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