Family: Social Policy

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What is meant by social policy?
Social policy refers to the plans and actions of government agencies
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what are a few general social policies?
health and social services, welfare benefit system, schools etc.
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How was family life affected by state policy after the Russian Revolution of 1917?
Newly formed Soviet Union wanted to destroy the old pre-revolutionary patriarchal family which prevented equality: Divorce and abortion easier. Women in work Work. Communal nurseries. After WW2 – abortion made illegal again
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How did the Chinese government try to control population growth in China?
1) One child policy 2) family planning committees – join a waiting list to become pregnant. 3) Couples who comply get benefits e.g. education, free healthcare 4) Fines for policy breakers.
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Give two examples of state policy that affected the family in Nazi Germany.
1) Policy to keep women out of work to fulfil biological role 2) Sterilisation of disabled
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what are a few general social policies?

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