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In Indonesia, the coverage of infants that get breastfeeding exclusively were still low. In 2013, the average coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in Indonesia was 54,3%. Surabaya, in East Java Province, is one of the city with low coverage of exclusive breastfeeding. The average of babies who got exclusively breastfeeding in Surabaya since 2012 2015 were 63,13%, still below the target of Health Ministry. This research conducted to analyze the relationship between motivation, perception, anddoi:10.33086/mtphj.v2i1.768 fatcat:5migbugz7jekvekaqgiobjv5ei