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タイトル: 妊娠期女性の食事実践に関する研究:「パーフェクト妊婦」と情報収集
その他のタイトル: Eating Practices of Pregnant Women: “Perfect Pregnant Women” and Information-Gathering Action
著者: 大淵, 裕美
著者(別表記) : Ohbuchi, Yumi
著者読み: おおぶち, ゆみ
キーワード: eating practice; perfect pregnant women; information-gathering action; 食事実践; パーフェクト妊婦; 情報収集
発行日: 2013年 3月 1日
出版者: 奈良女子大学社会学研究会
引用: 大淵裕美:奈良女子大学社会学論集, 第20号, pp.83-101
抄録: For women, raising children actually begins with conception because during pregnancy, women need to take care with their eating habits for the sake of their unborn children. This paper attempts to show how pregnant women take responsibility for their fetuses by gathering and making use of information on food and diet. To achieve this objective, in-depth interviews were conducted with 19 highly educated, pregnant women who had recently given birth in Japan. This paper also focuses on the concept of “perfect pregnant women,” which is a derivative from the term “perfect mothers.” “Perfect pregnant women” is the ideal proposed for all pregnant women. It means a woman who can make the most of her collected knowledge and own experiences in order to choose the best way to nurturing her fetus. Our research revealed the following points. First, pregnant women tend to make much of not only the quantity but also the quality of information regarding prenatal care. Some women respect midwives as empirical advisors, rather than doctors who often rely on simple scientific knowledge. Second, pregnant women tend to make use of their knowledge regarding food and diet for fetal health in two ways: Not only do they use this knowledge to place limitations on their diet, but they also sometimes use it to give themselves a good reason to sometimes indulge. Third, although the “perfect pregnant woman” is still the ideal to be aimed for, women tend to keep the “perfect” level manageable or sustainable. We believe that the concept of “perfect pregnant women” contributes to the analysis of how people in modern society should take responsibility for the nurture of fetuses.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/3427
ISSN: 1340-4032
出現コレクション:20号

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