Employed mothers tend to cease from breastfeeding their babies and eventually stop and just resort to formula feeding as they go back to work.
The study also showed that mothers who are married and living with their partners are more likely to breastfeed their infants than single mothers.
Those with higher educational attainment resort more to formula feeding and mixed feeding than those with lower educational attainment.
Health care professionals influence mothers the most when it comes to infant feeding decisions.
The results revealed that only 20% of mothers in the study currently exclusively breastfeed their babies.
It also shows that socio-economic factors like mother’s work status, marital status and educational attainment had direct bearing on these practices.Along with questionnaires that will be given out to respondents for the statistical representation of the findings in the study, interviews with the respondents and a few experts in this field will also be conducted.Sampling Method The research sampling method that will be used in this study is random sampling to obtain a more scientific result that could be used to represent the entirety of the population.From these schools, six male teachers and three female teachers consented to have their lessons recorded on video and audio tape (through lapel microphones).These teachers, together with at least one other member of staff from each school, were also interviewed at length ...Each test item was designed to be objective and was marked as either correct or incorrect. The study originated from a need to explain the differences in participation rates between boys and girls in physical activity.In the present study, systemic functional linguistics and semiotic theory and methodology have provided the means to go beyond the earlier approach of identifying and quantifying the number and duration of different types of teachers and pupil behaviour (Good and Brophy, 1973; Cinclair and Coulthard, 1975).Introduction The melamine controversy that erupted during the last quarter of year 2008 brought people’s attention back to the debates between breastfeeding and the use of breast milk substitutes like commercial infant formula.This wasn’t the first time that infant formula had caused illnesses and even deaths to infants worldwide - hence the continuous campaign of World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF along with other breastfeeding advocates, for mothers to breastfeed their children at least until 6 months of age.Methodology Type of Research The type of research that will be used in this study is qualitative research and quantitative research.Qualitative researchers aim to gather an in-depth understanding of human behavior and the reasons that govern such behavior.