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This paper aims to highlight some working class women's childcare practices in northern industrial areas of Britain during the latter half of the 19th century. It aims to challenge the commonly held… (More)
Continuing the theme of previous chapters on how infants fared at the hands of mother-surrogates, this chapter will visit the conventions of child care of working-class day-carers and baby-minders to… (More)
SUGARCANE STREAK MOS AIC occurs in the south and south- east Asia regions and was first identified in Indonesia in 2005. Its relatively recent recognition means that much remains to be learnt about… (More)
As we have seen in the previous chapter, workhouse nurses were not disinclined to tend to pauper infants, but to what extent did they feed them dangerous foods when they got around to offering care?… (More)