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• What prompted China's government to enact this policy?
Weegy: Could you be more specific on what policy you are referring to? Thank you. User: China's Population Policy Weegy: In 1979, three years after Mao’s death, a one-child policy was introduced to reduce China’s burgeoning population. User: Is that what prompted China'sgovernment to enact this policy? Weegy: Population control or reduction is what prompted the policy. (More)
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What would the environmental impact be if China did not have such a policy? Relate this to sustainability.
Weegy: without the policy the population of china will reach over 2billion. less education. more people will be jobless. and they would need more food. User: • What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially? (More)
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What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially?
Weegy: You may refer your answer in this article about China's population policy (More)
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What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially?
Weegy: Please be more specific - what impacts could what have? User: What impacts could China's policy have on the population both scientifically and socially? Weegy: China is already a worldwide leader in computer technology research, as well as a major supplier of pharmaceutical drugs. The achievements by the Chinese in science will make them a science superpower by 2020. [ China's one child only policy has continued to be a focus on human population, especially since the globe has 7 billion inhabitants. ] (More)
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What impacts could China's policy have on the population both scientifically and socially?
Weegy: Social and political consequences. The Chinese government has also had to deal with political and social upheaval as a result of its strict policies. [ [ The United States, as well as many other countries, have publicly expressed their disapproval with Chinese leaders for their sterilization policies (Hilali 20). In addition, the Chinese citizens have retaliated with acts of violence related to the one child policy (Hilali 25). Finally, the cultural preference for sons has led to a large number of incidences of female infanticide (Hilali 21). As a result, the Chinese government has had to relax policies to include the "daughter-only-household" policy, which allows rural couples having a daughter first to be allowed to have a second child (Jiali Li 569). Social and economic benefits. Over the last fifty years, China has raised the standards of living by keeping growth rates down. Access to natural resources have increased dramatically since 1980. According to the State Family Planning Commission, coverage in tap water has increased from eighty-four percent to ninety-four percent in the last fifteen years. Furthermore, coverage of natural gas has risen from sixteen percent to seventy-three percent. In addition, medical coverage has been extended to include birth insurance and workers compensation for mothers who follow China's birth policies (SFPC). In 1998, nineteen percent of China's population used this policy. Other benefits include increases in average life expectancy from thirty five years in 1949 to seventy years in 1996, and decreases in infant mortality rates from two hundred per one thousand to thirty three per one thousand (SFPC). Future outcomes. Serious reforms are needed to ensure that China's population will not continue to grow. Better policies, more education, and urbanization could help China to reach population target goals. Since 1980, China has realized the importance of collaboration among agencies, and it has established the Population ... (More)
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