Birthing fathers

Reed, Richard
March 1996
Mothering;Spring96, Issue 78, p50
Explores the role of American fathers' in childbirth. Designation of men to become their wives' coaches in childbirth; Conflicts in the father's tasks during the birthing process; Expectations of fathers joining their wives in the delivery process.


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