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Paragraph 1: Childbirth (Schuiling, 1999)
Culture plays a significant role in attitudes toward childbirth pain, perceptions of pain, and coping mechanisms.
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth (Jimenez, 2000)
Nurses can provide comfort in the presence of pain. Pain does not have to be eliminated for women to be comforted, and comforting diminishes pain. The significance of comfort cannot be over emphasized
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth Explanations 1
This therefore shows that comfort is very important for women during childbirth and in order to be comforted you need to feel comfortable in your surrounding and the people present
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth (Corbett & Callister, 2000; Enkin, et al., 2000; Hodnett, 2002)
Therefore Personal and professional support during labour is critical. Women's responses to childbirth pain may be modified by support received from caregivers and companions.
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth (Ammaniti et al. 1999; Maldonado-Duran et al. 2000).
For most families, Migrants or not, childbirth can represents particularly vulnerable conditions.
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth Explanation 2
Therefore, during this time, people normally resort to cultural practices and values, traditions and family support.
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth Explanation 3
Traditions and cultural prescriptions give a sense of orientation, belonging, and help define "what to do." Some of these are impossible to maintain in the new culture, or they may lose their meaning in the new social context. In the extreme, they ma
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Paragraph 1: Childbirth Explanation 4
Therefore without the professional care and training needed to help women whom might be inexperienced in a particular culture, culture effect on such a critical period such as childbirth, can result in a difficult and testing time becoming more diff
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