By Mara Hvistendahl Oct. And in the government rolled out a new policy that allowed couples to have two children when one parent was an only child.
Bythe population of China stood at 1. China is a major contributor to the world population and with such little agricultural land, is somewhat in a state of poverty and is now with the population growing at such a rapid pace they would have been in an extreme state of poverty by the year China is a communist country; which means every one has equal rights, services and an equal amount of work.
This is why the one child policy is so effective for them.
Every industry has its own family-planing agent who monitors and records the women who want to have a child. If they are following the law, and they maintain a one hundred percent one child rate of birth then the whole group receives extra benefits.
This places pressure in the hands of the people. If one person does not comply than everyone loses his or her benefits. I am strongly in favor of Chinas one child policy. I also think that the Indians should adopt this policy.
Right now 83 percent of the Chines population can read and write, while only 53 percent of the Indians can read and write, this percent will only get lower with the rise of the population. Education leads to smaller healthier families and there will be more education with a lower population.
In addition, the more educated the women may have fewer children later in life. This is why it is crucial to cut population now if we want it to stay lower later. Some would say that the one child policy is immoral, and you cannot deny natural rights such as the amount of children one has.
Well how much less immoral is it to let your people live in poverty, with not enough food, clothing or education to survive.Based on these horrible statistics, China’s one child policy is causing a war on women by violating their personal rights.
It’s denying people of their basic human rights and freedom. Overpopulation is a concern, but forced abortions and sterilization is just wrong. The Chinese government implemented this policy in an attempt to solve a problem, but it has.
The Population Studies Center (PSC) at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) has fostered research and training in population since , with support from the NICHD P30 program from and the R24 Population Research Infrastructure Program since The general release of the second-child policy is not the first attempt of the Chinese government to encourage birth rate growth.
In November , the Chinese government had already released a second-child policy, but it only allowed couples containing at least one “only child” parent to have a second child.
Was China’s one-child policy a necessary evil?
Explain two reason for switching to a two-children policy. Nov 24, · The one-child policy never mentioned homosexuality. But its ill effects over the decades have fallen disproportionately on the country's LGBT community. Numerous surveys of gays and lesbians in the country consistently reveal that family pressure is of utmost concern.
Apr 18, · In light of the changes to the One Child Policy that will be in effect soon, I thought I would post this paper I wrote about the roots of the policy, its implications for the people in China, and the progress made.