China s One-Child Policy

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China's One-Child Policy Sarah LeGare Christina Rhein Jillian Quarne

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Reasons for Endorsement Population control Regulation of assets Industry Agriculture Science & innovation Defense Billboard advancing the One-Child Policy

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The Policy: Rules and Guidelines Signing the assention Special conditions Birth surrenders Marriage conditions Rural versus Urban Gender of the main conceived

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The Policy: Benefits/Motivations Economic: wage supplements Housing: inclination, living space Medical care: free until 14 years Education: need, free Old age benefits: supplementary annuity, way of life Maternity leave remittance: 54 days with full work pay, sustenance appropriation Sterilization compensates after first youngster

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The Policy: Consequences Gender awkwardness Gender imbalance Human conceptive rights Mother's wellbeing Forced premature birth Involuntary disinfection Carrying family heredity Psychology of kids

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Violation of the Policy Economic misfortunes Reduction in grain proportions Limitation ashore and agribusiness assets Ineligibility of advancement for a long time Reduction in wages Medical care and training costs Medical care and instruction need

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Alternatives Later-Longer-Fewer Policy Later marriage, longer dispersing between ensuing births, less kids The Two Child Policy Free contraception

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Political & Ethical Views Western culture sees on the strategy U.S. quits financing Compare and differentiation advantages of U.S. versus China Only-youngster treatment and care

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Effects on Women Militia constrain if ladies don't appear on schedule for premature birth/disinfection High suicide rates Abuse/kill if ladies is suspected to convey a young lady Cultural conviction: ladies thought to decide sex of the infant Women in China revolt more than one-kid strategy.

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The Big Question After listening to a few advantages and disadvantages of the approach, do you think it ought to keep on being authorized in China? Why? Why not?