china case study

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why was the 1 child policy introduced
overpopulation stopping development
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how many people were forced sterelisation
21 million
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how many forced abortions was there
10 million
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what were the children known as
little emperors
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what was the ratio of boys to girls
2:1
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when was the policy introduced
1978
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how big was the fines
$8370 to $12,800
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why was more girls aborted than boys
boys was valued more
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why was the policy classed as successful
fewer and healthier births
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what happened every day in 2009
35,000 abortions
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why was the policy classed as unsuccessful
children was abandoned and not treated well
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what sort of policy is this
anti-natal
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what was the 5 incentives to only having 1 child
higher wages,intrest free loans,pensions,better housing,better schools
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what was the conditions like in the children's home
very poor
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