Researching Cultural Beliefs

Ramos, Kathleen Dyer
September 2002
Mothering;Sep/Oct2002, Issue 114, p48
Focuses on the cultural beliefs on parent-child cosleeping in the U.S. Information on collectivistic and individualistic cultures; Views of mothers on bedsharing with infants; Advantages and disadvantages of cosleeping.


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