China's Changing Population

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Stanford University Press, 1987 - Social Science - 488 pages
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In this comprehensive analysis of thirty-five years of population change in the People's Republic of China, the author highlights China's shifting population policies and pieces together the available data, assessing and adjusting them as necessary in order to discover the actual population changes.
  

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Contents

Introduction I
1
The Quality of Chinas Population Data
12
Health and Morbidity
50
Mortality
78
The Setting for Fertility Decline
121
Late Marriage and Birth Planning
147
The OneChild Family Campaign
183
Fertility
227
Population Distribution Internal Migration
297
io Review and Prospect
351
A Supplementary Data
383
B Glossary of Demographic Terms
392
Abbreviations
399
Bibliography
449
Index
473
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