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abstract

  • My response to Bøhler’s contention that ‘Universal recommendations for some weaning practices do make sense’ is presented in two parts. The first focuses on the more detailed criticisms of the article ‘A Biocultural Investigation of the Weanling’s Dilemma in Kathmandu, Nepal: Do universal recommendations for weaning practices make sense?’ (Moffat, 2001), the second on the larger issue of biomedical approaches to maternal–child health education.

publication date

  • July 2002