Pick a contemporary culture or country (e.g. the Hausa in West Africa; Finland) or a historical period in some culture/country (e.g. Victorian England), and research pregnancy and/or childbirth in this culture/country. You can explore any aspects related to pregnancy/childbirth. Some of the issues you could look into include cultural beliefs and taboos about pregnancy, childbirth practices (e.g. c-sections, midwifes, natural childbirth, etc.), maternal and child mortality, breastfeeding, contraception, etc. Once you have identified a topic, do the following: Write a summary of your topic (approximately one page is fine; it can also be longer). Find at least TWO OUTSIDE SOURCES (other than our textbook). You can use academic peerreviewed journal articles, books, newspaper articles, films, academic websites (WIKIPEDIA DOES NOT COUNT FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT). The most credible websites are based on research findings and often end in .edu or .org. APA STYLE Cite the sources in your summary in APA (American Psychological Association) style, and list the sources at the end of the summary in APA style. There is an APA style guide in the assignment module. You need to find the type of source you are using in this guide (e.g. journal article, book), and list the source at the end of your summary in the manner shown in the APA guide. The only things I require to be in APA style are the in-text citations and the reference list. Otherwise you dont need any specific format in your summary, or you can pick any format you are familiar with. APA STYLE IN-TEXT CITATIONS: Your summary must be IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Every time you use the words and/or ideas of an outside source, you must appropriately cite that source in APA style IN THE TEXT. When you cite a source in the text of your summary, use the name of the author(s) and publication year in parentheses. Heres how: Cocaine is a strong central nervous system stimulant (Smith, 2010). Alcohol, on the other hand, is a strong depressant (Zhang & Jones, 2001). Or: According to Smith (2010), cocaine is a strong central nervous system stimulant. In contrast, Zhang & Jones (2001) discuss the effects of a strong depressant, alcohol, on the central nervous system.
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