Tandemové kojení jako specifický prostředek kontaktního rodičovství – zkušenosti matek

Veronika Hanáčková, Zuzana Masopustová

Abstrakt

Fenomén tandemového kojení nebyl v psychologickém výzkumu zatím příliš zachycen. Tandemové kojení bývá praktikováno některými matkami, které následují trend tzv. kontaktního rodičovství. Při tandemovém kojení matka kojí mladší i starší dítě zároveň. Se čtyřmi ženami, které se hlásí ke kontaktnímu rodičovství a tandemově kojí dítě v batolecím věku spolu s jeho starším sourozencem v předškolním věku, byly provedeny hloubkové rozhovory. Pro analýzu dat byla použita interpretativní fenomenologická analýza (IPA), s jejíž pomocí byla identifikována čtyři hlavní témata: 1) Snaha udržet kojení za každou cenu – od útlumu kojení v těhotenství, po prudký nárůst po porodu až k ideálu samoodstavu; 2) Matka uprostřed – „Připadám si, že jsem pořád … pořád mezi dětma…fyzicky a psychicky… uprostřed“; 3) Tandemové kojení jako jistota pro starší dítě v novém uspořádání rodiny a snaha matky o podporu sourozeneckých vztahů; 4) Podpora i kritika tandemového kojení vedoucí k upevnění přesvědčení.

https://doi.org/10.29364/epsy.419

Klíčová slova

tandemové kojení, kojení, kontaktní rodičovství, interpretativní fenomenologická analýza

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