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Title: Women as mothers: The case of Thai women in northern Thailand
Authors: Liamputtong P.
Yimyam S.
Parisunyakul S.
Baosoung C.
Sansiriphun N.
Issue Date: 2002
Abstract: Thai women believe that they are good mothers, but there are times when they feel ambivalent about being a good mother. A good mother has several meanings including the need to follow Thai traditions. Rapid social and economic changes have made a profound impact on women's lives and this in turn has influenced motherhood among Thai women. The experiences of Thai women reflect early feminist writings: that motherhood is complex and multifaceted, and to mother well is not an easy task.
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http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/handle/6653943832/4316
ISSN: 00208728
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