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Exploration of the Factors Influencing Attitudes to Breastfeeding in Public.

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Summary of "Exploration of the Factors Influencing Attitudes to Breastfeeding in Public."

Negative attitudes toward breastfeeding in public have consistently been identified as a key barrier to breastfeeding continuation. In order to design effective social marketing campaigns to improve public attitude toward breastfeeding in public, it is critical to identify segments of the population who are less likely to support this activity, their underlying reasons, and the medium through which they can be reached.

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Name: Journal of human lactation : official journal of International Lactation Consultant Association
ISSN: 1552-5732
Pages: 890334419878119

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