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Early Hum Dev. 1994 Sep 15;38(3):203-8.

Ethnicity and the sudden infant death syndrome: anthropological perspectives.

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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, UK.

Abstract

Comparative data on infant caring practices among Bangladeshi and Welsh families in Cardiff, and among Maori and white families in New Zealand, reveal qualitative differences in the infant sensory environment. An anthropological perspective is adopted to place SIDS, lone infant sleeping and parent:infant co-sleeping in a broader cultural context.

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7821264
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