mothercraft

mothercraft

(ˈmʌðəkrɑːft)
n
skill and knowledge in looking after children
Translations

mothercraft

[ˈmʌðəkrɑːft] Narte m de cuidar a los niños pequeños, arte m de ser madre
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It is important that the government keep an active engagement with the community on health matters-through barangay town hall meetings, the 4Ps program, the mothercraft classes in daycare and maternal health centers, and even through public-service-oriented commercials and breaks in popular broadcast programs.
As Davin (1978, 22) argues, this focus on teaching mothercraft reimagined the paternalistic impulse of Eugenic reformers:
Mothercraft lessons for young girls started to be introduced in Britain at the turn of the last century as the importance of hygiene and nutrition began to be realised.
Mothercraft lessons for young girls started to be introduced in Britain at the turn of the last century, as the importance of hygiene and nutrition began to be realised.
Mothercraft offers a unique service in New Zealand.
MATTER OF FACT MOTHERCRAFT RED WHITE BLUE UNWITHDRAWABLE STARS AND STRIPES DISPERSANT PETER PAUL MARY PREMATURELY TIM BERNERS LEE IMPERTRANSIBLE
57) Beveridge was genuinely interested in the Plunket Society, unsurprisingly given his promotion of the voluntary sector, and took a number of its publications, for instance Modern Mothercraft, back to Britain.
Mood disorders among mothers of infants admitted to a mothercraft hospital.
If the midwife is caring for a woman in labour, a new mother having trouble with mothercraft issues such as breastfeeding may have to wait "unacceptable" periods of time for assistance, says Cathy Smith, president of the hospital's NSWNMA branch.
90) Mary King's book 'Mothercraft' was the main Plunket publication during this period and was republished approximately every two years from 1934 to 1944 (Mary King, Mothercraft, Sydney, 1934-1944).
She continued to listen to music on the radio during her mothercraft training.
Many other scholars have explored the ways in which concerns with infant mortality have been used to justify launching or expanding state interventions ranging from mothercraft to eugenics.