Population Control in China Research Paper by The Research Group

Population Control in China
Examines need for population control and the social, political & economic causes of overpopulation. Examines the evolution of govt. policy, the one-child plan, contraceptives, incentives & penalties, effectiveness, impact on rights & lives of women & chil
# 13681 | 3,600 words | 9 sources | 1999 | US


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" In the past half-century, Chinese leaders have implemented numerous programs to limit the nation's population growth. The problem has only worsened, however. As a result, the predictions have become even more dire, the government's measures have become even more draconian, and the consequences for China's women and children have become even more harsh. This paper will examine China's attempts to limit its population growth, with particular emphasis on its one-child policy and the effect of that plan on the rights of women and children.

I. Reasons for Population Control
The People's Republic of China is obsessed with controlling its population growth, and with good reason: A fifth of the planet's six billion people live in China. By comparison to America, China packs four and a half times more people into an.."

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