ABSTRACT

Perspective Series: Chinese State Birth Planning in the 1990s and Beyond   [open pdf - 2MB]

This document is broken up into eight chapter and appendices. "Chapter One provides an overview of program policy and enforcement. […]. Chapter Two outlines the politics of resistance to the birth planning policy and the human costs of state birth planning. […].Chapter Three delineates continuity and change in Chinese birth policy in the 1990s. […].Chapter Four reports national population change and program performance in the 1990s, according to the program's own measures and data. […].Chapter Five outlines the program's administrative organization, public involvement, and legislative basis. […].Chapter Seven canvasses provincial population change and program performance in the 1990s. […].Chapter Eight focuses on the coastal province of Fujian, home to a large proportion of asylum applicants. […].The first Appendix contains a Glossary that defines special terms used by the Chinese program and by this Report. […].The third Appendix translates the 1991 Fujian Birth Planning Regulations. […]. The fourth Appendix presents a set of tables providing quantitative data about Fujian."

Report Number:
PS/CHN/01.001
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Date:
2001-09-28
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Public Domain
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pdf
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