Women's work and infant feeding: a case from rural Nepal

@article{Levine1988WomensWA,
  title={Women's work and infant feeding: a case from rural Nepal},
  author={Nancy E. Levine},
  journal={Ethnology},
  year={1988},
  volume={27},
  pages={231-252}
}
Data from field research conducted in Humla a mountainous district of northwest Nepal and 1 of the poorest regions in that country were used as a basis to facilitate understanding of how women accommodate the burden of heavy work and child care responsibilities in an effort to provide a fuller perspective on the widespread transition to bottle feeding in modern urban societies in recent decades. In Humla men leave their homes for months at a time to participate in seasonal labor migration or… Expand
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