Family, Marriage, and Parenthood

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SELECTED READINGS
ALDRICH C. ANDERSON, and ALDRICH MARY M., Babies Are Human Beings ( New York: Macmillan, 1941).
CARRINGTON W. J., Safe Convoy ( Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1944).
CORBIN HAZEL, Getting Ready to Be a Father ( New York: Macmillan, 1939).
CORBIN HAZEL, and VAN C. BLARCOM, Getting Ready to Be a Mother ( New York: Macmillan, 1940).
EASTMAN NICHOLSON J., Expectant Motherhood ( Boston: Little, Brown, 1940).
ETS MARIE HALL, The Story of a Baby ( New York: Viking, 1939).
GARLAND JOSEPH, The Youngest in the Family ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1943).
GESELL ARNOLD; ILG FRANCES; LEARNED JANET; and AMES LOUISE B., Infant and Child in the Culture of Today ( New York: Harper, 1943).
ROSENBERG BERYL DAVID, Special Delivery ( Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1944).
SHERBON FLORENCE BROWN, The Child ( New York: McGraw-Hill, 1941).
TODD R. L., and FREEMAN R. B., Health Care of the Family ( Philadelphia: Saunders, 1946).
U. S. Department of Labor, Children's Bureau, Prenatal Care ( Washington D. C., 1942).
WHIPPLE DOROTHY V., Our American Babies ( New York: Barrows, 1944).
ZABRISKIE LOUISE, Mother and Baby Care in Pictures ( Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1935).

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION OR REPORTS
1. What are the signs of pregnancy?
2. How soon should a woman go to her physician when she suspects pregnancy?
3. What is meant by a program of prenatal care?
4. What does the doctor look for in particular at the first visit?
5. How is the early diagnosis of pregnancy made?
6. Discuss the importance of prenatal care.
7. What are the stages of labor?
8. What are the advantages of a hospital delivery over a home delivery?
9. What is the approximate cost of having a baby?
10. What is the role of the physician in prenatal care?
11. What is the healthy attitude toward pregnancy and childbirth?
12. How does one compute the birth date of the child?
13. What is meant by the term "spacing pregnancies"?
14. What are the danger signs during pregnancy?

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