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Black Middle-Class Women and Pregnancy Loss
A Qualitative Inquiry
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Black Middle-Class Women and Pregnancy Loss: A Qualitative Inquiry is the first qualitative research case study of its kind focused on Black American born middle-class professional married women who have all lived through infant loss. This study examines the Infant Mortality disparity (blacks 12.40, whites 5.35) outside the poverty paradigm, with probable implications for minority groups in England and Wales, (having a similar racial history to the U.S) with Caribbean and Pakistani IM rates being more than twice that of white British babies.


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Preface Introduction Chapter 1: Early Stages Explored: Life Before and During Pregnancy Chapter 2: Issues and Outcomes of Prenatal Care: It is Complicated Chapter 3: Women's Experience with Stress: Dangerous Burdens Chapter 4: Fathers and Pregnancy Involvement: A Role of a Lifetime Chapter 5: Precipitating Causes: Breaking Point Chapter 6: Reflections on Loss, Healing and Resiliency: Labor of Loss and Sorrow Chapter 7: Making Sense of it All: Expanded Observations Chapter 8: Lessons Learned Appendix A: Glossary of Terms Appendix B: Biographical Data Appendix C: Interview Guide Bibliography Index About the Author


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ISBN-13: 9780739175194
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: August, 2013
Pages: 162
Dimensions: 152.00 x 236.00 x 18.00

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