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China's One-Child Policy

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Transcript of China's One-Child Policy

China's One-
Child Policy

Shaleen Thiengmany
Beginning in the mid-1970s, events before the one-child policy have lead up to its establishment in 1979.
About the Policy
Over the years, the policy has gone through many changes and application variations.
Effects
The one-child policy has caused devastating effects to all citizens of China.
Effects: Children
One of the main victims of the policy were the children.
Effects: Others
Not only are the children affected by the policy, but the all of China's citizens are influenced.
Today
Even after 35 years of the one-child policy, it still continues to affect our world today.
Background Information

Summary
In conclusion, China’s one-child policy has been the cause of horrible outcomes and will continue to do so.
1978-1979
1980
1981
1976
1976: Beginning of Population Control
Focused on controlling population growth
1978-1979: New Leader & New Policy
Deng Xiaoping
1980: Adjustments
Standardized
1981: After
Continuation
Other programs
India
United States
Death of Mao Zedong
Birth control
Involuntary
Family planning
1-2 children were preferred
Rise in population
1949-1979
One child
Provide?
Reaction
Adjusted the policy
Girl or disabled
OR
Second child?
Poor and isolated
2nd largest economy
Applied differently
Debate
Rich vs poor
Urban vs rural
Han Chinese vs ethnic minorities
Region vs region
Changes
Pleased
2013
2 children?
Parents
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Infanticide
Other
Disagreement
Forced
Abortions and sterilizations
Imbalance
Worsening
Preference
More boys
Girls
Boys
Technology
Hidden
Adopted
Suicide
Human trafficking
Physical
Mental
Marriages?
Parents
Elderly
All
Travel or pay
Children?
Care?
Riots
Policy
Population
World
Communist Party
Continue
Relaxing
Permanent?
Labor force
Gender imbalance
Anger
Changes
Opinions
For or against
Growing in numbers
Help
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