Parenthood the Swedish Way: A Science-Based Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, and Infancy Pocketbok – Illustrerad, 4 Augusti 2020
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Embrace the Scandinavian style of childrearing: practical, egalitarian, and free from outdated myths.
Expectant parents will be relieved to hear: Put away the vacuum--dust does not lead to allergy. Breastfeeding protects against allergies? Never has done, never will do. Stop boiling bottles and pacifiers--sterilizing is unnecessary in most industrial countries. Think you shouldn't drink alcohol when breastfeeding? Plain moralism.
Paediatrician Cecilia Chrapkowska runs the country's most popular parenting blog and is a specialist on vaccinations. Dr. Agnes Wold has been named Sweden's Woman of the Year for her tireless work in women's health. Together they present cutting-edge research from around the world which can guide you to make better parenting choices. But unlike so many books, they focus on the parent just as much as the child. Drawing on Sweden's famously generous parental leave and enlightened social policies, they demonstrate the importance of equal parenting and provide practical tools for parents everywhere to share responsibility equally.
From the progressive land in the North, this is the fact-based, feminist guide to parenting you have been waiting for.
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"From pregnancy and birth, to feeding and sleeping, to vaccines and illnesses, Parenthood the Swedish Way addresses all aspects of parenting and infant health in an empathetic and realistic way. New parents will appreciate this straightforward and thoroughly researched resource that picks apart outdated advice and debunks myths about parenthood."
"These are things (the sterilizing especially) I could have done with knowing all those times I was staring, eye a-twitch, while willing a kettle to boil at 3am as an infant mewled in my ear.."
--Anna Whitehouse, Grazia/i>
"Are you of the opinion that the Trump administration rely on alternative facts much? That is nothing compared to what women are confronted by as soon as they get pregnant. In the parallel pregnancy reality the alt-facts are commonplace. 'Truths' are constantly foisted on you, and shockingly enough they often turn out to be intrusive opinions, moralism, or pure inventions...If The Handmaid's Tale is an exaggerated and dramatised reminder of the anxiety of becoming breeding stock, Wold & Chrapkowska's book can be a crucial antidote. One by one, they deal with some well-known 'truths' related to bearing and birthing that are in part being spread by social functions, e.g. the variety of advice on what you can eat and drink during pregnancy and breastfeeding--some are correct while other recommendations seem to have been inspired by Christian faith and morality rather than science."
"Agnes Wold has been a guiding hand when I've been pregnant and had small children. A more comforting hand than various parenting bibles, a more allowing hand than the leaflets from the maternity care and the child health centres. She gives the parent more room to be a human being, and less bad conscience...What parents need is advice based on science and level-headed tips. And some encouragement."
Dr Cecilia Chrapkowska is a board-certified specialist in paediatrics. She works at Astrid Lindgren's Children's Hospital at Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, and regularly appears as a child-health expert in national Swedish magazines and newspapers, and on radio and television.
Dr Agnes Wold, PhD, is a professor and senior consultant in bacteriology at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg. She first became internationally renowned for her seminal paper published in Nature in 1997 on nepotism and sexism in peer-review practices, and has been a columnist for Sweden's largest newspaper and for the political magazine Fokus.
Stuart Tudball is an experienced translator of Swedish, with works including the Eyewitness Travel Guide: Sweden and The Nordic Guide to Living 10 Years Longer.
Chris Wayment has been translating professionally since 1998, with works including Dos and Don'ts -- Conflict Resolution at Work and the official guidebook for Skansen open-air museum.
- Utgivare : Scribe Us; Illustrerad utgåvan (4 Augusti 2020)
- Språk : Engelska
- Pocketbok : 336 sidor
- ISBN-10 : 1947534831
- ISBN-13 : 978-1947534834
- Rangordning för bästsäljare: #3,499 i Böcker (Visa Topp 100 i Böcker)