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The cultural context of infant feeding among the northern Alberta Woodlands Cree Open Access
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Cree Indians--Health and hygiene.
Indians of North America--Alberta--Health and hygiene.
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University of Alberta
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Neander, Wendy Lee.
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Faculty of Nursing
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Master of Nursing
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Masters thesis which reports on research the purpose of which was to develop an understanding of the cultural context of infant feeding for the northern Alberta Woodlands Cree. Ethnographic methods were used to document traditional and present-day infant feeding practices.
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