Geography Case Study - China's One Child Policy.

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  • Created on: 03-05-13 15:55
  • China's growth-rate was unsustainable. In 1950s the rate was 1.9% /year.
  • Previous governments had encouraged families to have many children to increse workforce/military strength.
  • Policy started in the late 1970s in attempt to slow down population growth.
  • Each couple was allowed only one child.
  • It came with benefits: education, child care, health care.
  • Fines given to parents who had more children. Some mothers were even forced to have…


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