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Welfare and medical institutions devoted exclusively to infants and children did not appear in Europe and North America until the 1850s. Around the same time, we see the development of immunization against childhood diseases and the pasteurization of milk. Maternal deaths during childbirth also declined due to the invention of anesthesia and procedures for sterilizing medical instruments (Greenleaf, 1978). These medical advances further solidified the family by reducing infant mortality. On the other hand, they led to a growing trend to move childbirth out of the home and the company of female friends and relatives and into hospitals surrounded by unfamiliar medical (mostly male) and nursing staff.
If I should misguide from carelessness or negligence! (Gaskell, 1996, p. 5) This passage is enlightening because it gives us a view of the infant–mother relationship and not just of the infant. e. less romantic) scientists in the twentieth century, in part because they could not be verified as scientifically objective. In summary, the most radical historical change in beliefs about infancy began to unfold during the period between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. The rise in the importance of the individual had its roots in earlier Judeo-Christian beliefs about the value of human life and the importance of cultural education.
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