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This article situates breastfeeding politics in the context of intimate citizenship, where women’s capability to care in a range of social spaces is at stake. Drawing on the work of Lefebvre and Fenster, the article considers the extent to which recent breastfeeding promotion work by the Health Promotion Agency in Northern Ireland has sought to reconceive of social spaces in ways that have the potential to improve intimate citizenship for breastfeeding women.
|Number of pages||17|
|Journal||European Journal of Women's Studies|
|Publication status||Published - May 2008|
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Podcast of 'Conceptualising Breastfeeding: Responsibility and Shame'
Lisa Smyth (Speaker)11 Mar 2015
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Economic & Social Research Council (External organisation)
Lisa Smyth (Member)09 Mar 2010 → …
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