Critique of research perspective: What are German women´s perceptions about antenatal classes in the preparation for motherhood? by Stefanie Nunes-Laibold

Critique of research perspective: What are German women´s perceptions about antenatal classes in…

byStefanie Nunes-Laibold

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Essay from the year 2007 in the subject English - Discussion and Essays, grade: 60% (England), Glasgow Caledonian University, language: English, abstract: Introduction: Knowledge about childbirth and parenting has historically been gained informally from other women, mainly family members, and through practical experience of assisting with childbearing in extended families (Renkert & Nutbeam 2006). Nowadays the family structures have changed, the families are smaller and therefore midwives in Germany and worldwide offer antenatal classes during pregnancy in preparation for motherhood. With qualitative or quantitative research this topic can be explored to improve antenatal classes. The outlined information's in this assignment about qualitative and quantitative research and the principles and critique of both perspectives will include strengths, limitations and assessment and relates to my final research proposal about antenatal classes.
Title:Critique of research perspective: What are German women´s perceptions about antenatal classes in…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:February 25, 2008Publisher:GRIN PublishingLanguage:English

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