Woman's workload and infant feeding practices: a relationship with demographic implications

Ethnology Vol/Iss. 13(2) University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa Published In Pages: 207-214
By Nerlove, Sara


This article examines the effect of infant care on women's contribution to subsistence. Results suggest that women who begin supplementary feeding of their infants early participate in subsistence activities to a greater degree than women who begin supplementary feedings later.

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