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    L4 china one child policy case study ap L4 china one child policy case study ap Presentation Transcript

    • Case Study: China’s population policy China’s population policy
    • Key Terms • Pro-natalist policy- Government policy that encourages the bearing of children. • Anti-natalist policy- Government policy that discourages the bearing of children. • China clearly adopted an anti-natalist view. China’s population policy
    • China’s one child policy • Watch this video and make notes in your exercise book. • Read p181-183 in the text book. China’s population policy
    • Gender balance in China • 121 boys to 100 girls in China. • This causes further social problems, what can you think ok? • Video here China’s population policy
    • Recent Updates • Here
    • Recap on Problems • Infanticide- Girls may have been killed (girls killed in the birth canal, sex selected abortion). • The population is getting older e.g. a shortage of people in the working age. • Gender imbalance e.g. men cannot find women to marry. • Young boys are called ‘Little emperors’, they grow up getting all the attention from family members and become spoilt. China’s population policy
    • TASK – past exam question China’s population policy
    • Homework • Use the mark scheme to mark your neighbours question. China’s population policy