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One Child Policy

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Transcript of One Child Policy

Initial Response to the Policy
Parents in cities
Less time
Parents in rural areas
Needed children for support The Great Famine
1959-1961
30 million dead Deng Xiaoping
1979: One-Child Policy
Stabilize population
Resource problem
Zero population growth
Temporary measure Mao Zedong
Large families encouraged
Abortion and contraception outlawed
Boost workforce
Boost army Law ratifying International Adoption (1992) China Center for Adoption Affairs $20,000-$26,000 95% girls (35% under 1) The Introduction of the Policy The One-Child Policy By: Dabin Yi, Lyndsay Carroll, Emmy Chen, Gigi Lorine, Allison Reagan Intro Video
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-19677676 Abortion Male and Female Imbalance Government Actions
Measures on unwanted pregnancies
Barefoot doctors
Advantages of One-Child Certificate.
Penalties for Law-Breaking Citizens. Children in China
Orphanages.
"Black Children" (Heihaizi). 13 million Government view Forced Abortions GENDERCIDE- The killing of a specific gender Propaganda Usage Birth control benefits mother and child Preference for boys:
males do not have to pay a dowry
get paid more money for jobs
females considered low in the caste hierarchy
males are expected to take care of their parents when they get older Marrying Late Has Many Advantages Practice Birth Control For The Revolution Later, Spaced, and Few Family Planning Benefits Birth Control Intervention Half Price Abortion 336 million women forced abortion More than 70% of abortions were female babies Bobai County The Law
Only people in Urban areas
Couples in cities: one child
Rural areas: 1 child every 4-5 years
Exceptions Government Actions/Laws Adoption Video: Population growing too much
1979: 975.4 million people
Resources threatened
Strained government Abortion/Adoption
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