Beyond health, beyond choice: Breastfeeding constraints and realities

Smith, P. H., Hausman, B. L., & Labbock, M. (Eds.) (2012). Beyond health, beyond choice: Breastfeeding constraints and realities. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

  • Hausman, B. L., Smith, P. H., & Labbock, M. Introduction: Breastfeeding constraints and realities (pp. 1-11).
  • Hausman, B. L. Feminism and breastfeeding: Rhetoric, ideology, and the material realities of women’s lives (pp. 15-24).
  • Smith, P. H. Breastfeeding promotion through gender equity: A theoretical perspective for public health practice (pp. 25-35).
  • Labbock, M. Breastfeeding in public health: What Is needed for policy and program action? (pp. 36-50).
  • Esterik, P. V. Breastfeeding across cultures: Dealing with difference (pp. 53-63).
  • Chin, N., & Dozier, A. The dangers of baring the breast: Structural violence and formula-feeding among low-income women (pp. 64-73).
  • Dodgson, J. E. Racism, race, and disparities in breastfeeding (pp. 74-83).
  • Wolf, J. H. Pediatrics, obstetrics, and shrinking maternal authority (pp. 87-97).
  • Eden, A. R. New professions and old practices: Lactation consulting and the medicalization of breastfeeding (pp. 98-109).
  • Locke, A. Preparing women to breastfeed: Teaching breastfeeding in prenatal classes in the United Kingdom (pp. 110-119).
  • Mulford, C. “Are We There Yet?”: Breastfeeding as a gauge of carework by mothers (pp. 123-132).
  • Rippeyoung, P. L. F., & Noonan, M. C. Breastfeeding and the gendering of infant care (pp. 133-143).
  • Lucas, J., & McCarter-Spaulding, D. Working out work: Race, employment, and public policy (pp. 144-156).
  • Lubold, A. M., & Roth, L. M. The impact of workplace practices on breastfeeding experiences and disparities among women (pp. 157-166).
  • Fentiman, L. C. Marketing mothers’ milk: The markets for human milk and infant formula (pp. 169-179).
  • Johnson, S., Leeming, D., Lyttle, S., & Williamson, I. Empowerment or regulation?: Women’s perspectives on expressing milk (pp. 180-189).
  • Taylor, E. N., & Wallace, L. E. Feminist breastfeeding promotion and the problem of guilt (pp. 193-202).
  • Groleau, D., & Sibeko, L. Breastfeeding in the margins: Navigating through the conflicts of social and moral order (pp. 203-211).
  • Giles, F. Reinstating pleasure in reality: Promoting breastfeeding through ars erotica (pp. 215-225).
  • Foss, K. A. Breastfeeding in the “Baby Block”: Using reality television to effectively promote breastfeeding (pp. 226-235).
  • Duckett, N. D. Rethinking the importance of social class: How mass market magazines portray infant feeding (pp. 236-245).
  • Dowling, S., Naidoo, J., & Pontin, D. Breastfeeding in public: Women’s bodies, women’s milk (pp. 249-258).
  • Hurst, C. G. Sexual or maternal breasts?: A feminist view of the contested right to breastfeed publicly (pp. 259-268).
  • Taylor, E. C. Intersections: Child sexual abuse and breastfeeding (pp. 269-279).
  • Smith, P. H., Hausman, B. L., & Labbock, M. Beyond health, Beyond choice: New ways forward in public health (pp. 281-285).