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Alcool et grossesse : une recherche qualitative auprès de femmes enceintes

Abstract : Alcohol consumption during pregnancy is a public health issue. From a sociorepresentational perspective, our research aims to study the norms of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Sixty-four semi-structured interviews were conducted among pregnant women (average age of 28.9 years). The social representations concerning alcohol during pregnancy are particularly normative. However, we can observe the co-existence of general rules (prohibition) and some conditional cognitions (behaviors allowed under certain conditions). The ‘alcohol risk’ during pregnancy is expressed in the confrontation of explanatory logics based on the importance of individual responsibility, the social dimension of this behavior, but also on the conditional and contextual characteristics of the risk construction.
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Julie Brahic, Olivier Thomas, Lionel Dany. Alcool et grossesse : une recherche qualitative auprès de femmes enceintes. Les cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, Éd. de l'Université de Liège, 2015, 107, pp.403-434. ⟨10.3917/cips.107.0403⟩. ⟨hal-01657564⟩



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