One child Policy (China)

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GCSE Geography Mind Map on One child Policy (China), created by roblowry28 on 11/23/2013.

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One child Policy (China)
1 established in 1979 to slow the birth rate
1.1 In 1950 the rate of population growth was 1.9%
2 Benifits
2.1 More education oppertunities
2.2 healthcare and childcare was given
3 problems with enforcing the policy
3.1 had more than one child didn't receive these benefits and were fined.
3.2 resisted in rural areas as large families were traditional and needed for farming
3.3 Strict in urban areas, lharder to control in rural
3.4 Forced abortions and sterilisation
4 Impact of the policy
4.1 Positive
4.1.1 since 1979 its fallen to 0.7%
4.2 Negative
4.2.1 Preference to boys, females have been abandoned or put into orphanges
4.2.1.1 90% of aborted babies were female
4.2.1.2 Men outnumber women my 60 million
5 long term implications
5.1 4-2-1 sydrom
5.1.1 1 child to look after 2 parents and 4 grandparents
5.2 Little emperor sydrome
5.2.1 the one child will be spoilt

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