Honors Program Thesis (UNI Access Only)
Childbirth--Public opinion; Women college students--Attitudes;
The purpose of this project is to gather information on college-aged women’s expectations regarding their future childbirth experiences, and to ascertain possible origins of these expectations. This project should give childbirth educators and professionals in the Midwest a better idea of what viewpoints today’s young women hold about childbirth, what type of information they have, and whether their information has come from empirical sources or widely-held lay views. Few American studies have explored childbirth expectations or questioned how personal narratives and the media may have influenced women’s views about their bodies and reproductive capacities.
Date of Award
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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© 2012 Chloe Louise Haley
Haley, Chloe Louise, "Laboring under assumptions" (2012). Honors Program Theses. 91.