- Title Pages
- List of Tables and Figures
- Notes on contributors
- The UK policy context: reconfiguration of the Unicef UK Baby Friendly Initiative to reflect the importance of relationships and ensuring sustainability
OneManaging the dynamics of shame in breastfeeding support
TwoBreastfeeding’s emotional intensity: pride, shame and status
Three‘Betwixt and between’: women’s experiences of breastfeeding long term
FourWeaving breastfeeding practices into policy
- Breastfeeding and emotions: reflections for policy and practice
Five‘Missing milk’: an exploration of migrant mothers’ experiences of infant feeding in the UK
SixChanging cultures of night-time breastfeeding and sleep in the US
SevenBreastfeeding and modern parenting culture: when worlds collide
EightParenting ideologies, infant feeding and popular culture
- Cultures of breastfeeding: reflections for policy and practice
NineLaw of lactation breaks in the UK: employers’ perspectives
TenMaking breastfeeding social: the role of brelfies in breastfeeding’s burgeoning publics
ElevenEncountering public art: monumental breasts and the Skywhale
TwelveEmbodiment as a gauge of individual, public and planetary health
- Breastfeeding and popular culture: reflections for policy and practice
- Series context: reflection on experiences of attending the seminar series
- Appendix: Schedule for ESRC Seminar Series: Social Experiences of Breastfeeding: Building bridges between research and policy, 2015–16
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