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Community Conversation Guide: How Can Our Community Support the Breastfeeding Experience in Brookings Businesses
Communication Studies and Theatre Faculty Publications
  • Becky Kuehl, South Dakota State University
  • Jenn Anderson, South Dakota State University
  • Sara A. Mehltretter Drury, Wabash College
  • Charlotte Bachman
  • Marilyn Hildreth
  • Jamison Lamp
  • Mary Schwaegerl
  • Lois Tschetter, South Dakota State University
  • Julia Yoder
Document Type
Other
Publication Date
11-1-2014
Abstract

This forum is an opportunity for our community to come together and consider breastfeeding and support for our mothers and children with fresh eyes, fresh ideas, and a fresh conversation. Our conversation today will consider different approaches for increasing breastfeeding support in local businesses.
This guide introduces the issue, explains concerns with the breastfeeding experience in Brookings businesses, and presents three approaches to improving support. These approaches are not the only possible responses to the issue. Instead, they represent different ways that our community can take action based on our priorities.

Pages
7
Format
application/pdf
Language
en
Rights
Copyright © the authors
Citation Information
Becky Kuehl, Jenn Anderson, Sara A. Mehltretter Drury, Charlotte Bachman, et al.. "Community Conversation Guide: How Can Our Community Support the Breastfeeding Experience in Brookings Businesses" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rebecca-kuehl/6/