One Child Policy in China

Family Planning in China – Thesis and Outline
Emily Jeong
China’s one child policy was successful due to the dramatic decrease that occurred in the fertility rates of women and also that it increased China’s financial gain for their government and also controlled the population allowed for China to produce enough food production to support their population. However, the policy had many negative consequences on China’s society. The policy raised ethical issues such as the violation of women’s rights both domestically and internationally. The one child policy also had a negative impact on the personalities of children and the nature of male superiority throughout China’s culture due to the more male than women ratio. In my opinion, while the original purpose of the policy was in fact successful, it also led to many unforeseen negative consequences on China’s society.
? Background info:
• China’s culture about why they want males in their family
• Details about the policy
• Fines and punishments
• Truth about the census in China.
? Impact:
• Forced abortions
• Ratio between men & women dramatically changed
• Human trafficking and sex slavery internationally
• Violation of women’s rights
• Personality changes in the children
• How it affects the elderly and farmers in rural areas.
? Successes and Failures:
o Successes:
• Decreased fertility rates in women
• Huge financial gain for China with the collection of fines
• Gives more opportunities for infertile couples to adopt
o Failures
• Not as well planned out
• Breaking laws to enforce the policy
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