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Tangling Identities: Impact of Population Control on Gender Roles & Family Dynamics in Rural China

1st National Anthropology Undergraduate Symposium http://www.breakingbubbles.com/ http://www.openanthcoop.ning.com/bb/ http://www.kularing.info/ Description: China's 'One Child Policy' is arguably the largest attempt at population control that any nation has undertaken. While female infanticide and "Little Emperor Syndrome" have commonly been cited as the social impacts of such a policy, this paper argues that we must view the policy's many repercussions in the context of China's economic growth and development strategies...
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