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China's one child family policy

China's one child family policy Education and debate Penny Kane, Ching Y Choi Office for Gender China's one child family policy, which was first and Health, announced in 1979, has remained in place despite the Department of Summary points extraordinary political and social changes that have Psychiatry, University of occurred over the past two decades. It emerged from The one child family policy was developed and Melbourne, Carlton, the belief that development would be compromised by Vic 2053, Australia implemented in response to concerns about the rapid population growth and that the sheer size of Penny Kane social and economic consequences of continued associate professor China's population together with its young age rapid population growth Welfare Division, structure presented a unique challenge. Australian Institute Implementation was more successful in urban of Health and Welfare, 6A Traeger areas than rural areas Methods Court, Bruce, ACT 2617, Australia This article is based on experience from frequent field Social and economic reforms have made C Y Choi visits to China over the past 25 years and the authors' rigorous implementation of the policy more head collections of relevant Chinese and Western docu­ difficult Correspondence to: ments from the 1950s onwards. We also used P Kane. references from http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BMJ British Medical Journal

China's one child family policy

BMJ , Volume 319 (7215) – Oct 9, 1999

China's one child family policy

BMJ , Volume 319 (7215) – Oct 9, 1999

Abstract

Education and debate Penny Kane, Ching Y Choi Office for Gender China's one child family policy, which was first and Health, announced in 1979, has remained in place despite the Department of Summary points extraordinary political and social changes that have Psychiatry, University of occurred over the past two decades. It emerged from The one child family policy was developed and Melbourne, Carlton, the belief that development would be compromised by Vic 2053, Australia implemented in response to concerns about the rapid population growth and that the sheer size of Penny Kane social and economic consequences of continued associate professor China's population together with its young age rapid population growth Welfare Division, structure presented a unique challenge. Australian Institute Implementation was more successful in urban of Health and Welfare, 6A Traeger areas than rural areas Methods Court, Bruce, ACT 2617, Australia This article is based on experience from frequent field Social and economic reforms have made C Y Choi visits to China over the past 25 years and the authors' rigorous implementation of the policy more head collections of relevant Chinese and Western docu­ difficult Correspondence to: ments from the 1950s onwards. We also used P Kane. references from

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
© 1999 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
ISSN
0959-8138
eISSN
1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.319.7215.992
Publisher site
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Abstract

Education and debate Penny Kane, Ching Y Choi Office for Gender China's one child family policy, which was first and Health, announced in 1979, has remained in place despite the Department of Summary points extraordinary political and social changes that have Psychiatry, University of occurred over the past two decades. It emerged from The one child family policy was developed and Melbourne, Carlton, the belief that development would be compromised by Vic 2053, Australia implemented in response to concerns about the rapid population growth and that the sheer size of Penny Kane social and economic consequences of continued associate professor China's population together with its young age rapid population growth Welfare Division, structure presented a unique challenge. Australian Institute Implementation was more successful in urban of Health and Welfare, 6A Traeger areas than rural areas Methods Court, Bruce, ACT 2617, Australia This article is based on experience from frequent field Social and economic reforms have made C Y Choi visits to China over the past 25 years and the authors' rigorous implementation of the policy more head collections of relevant Chinese and Western docu­ difficult Correspondence to: ments from the 1950s onwards. We also used P Kane. references from

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BMJBritish Medical Journal

Published: Oct 9, 1999

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