China's One child policy (Case Study)

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  • Created on: 26-03-14 11:28

China intorduced their one child policy in 1978. Under the policy couples are only allowed to have one child. This is an example of an anti-natalist policy.

Why did china introduce the one child policy?

Because the population would have reached 1.3 billion, 4 years ago. It would be overpopulated and many already live in poverty. To slow population growth

How has china enforced the policy?

Take their house, fines, you have to apply to become pregnant, forced abortions

What benefits has the policy had?


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