Portland State University. Department of Sociology
Grant M. Farr
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Sociology
Birth control -- China, Population policy, Women -- China -- Social conditions, Family policy -- China
1 online resource (88 p.)
Since few studies have explicitly focused on the impact of China's one-child-family policy on Chinese women, this thesis is designed to explore this aspect. The implication of the policy for both urban and rural women is studied, particularly its influence on women's fertility behavior, labor roles, and on social, health and family status. The focus of the study is to explore the changes of women's lives associated with the one-child-family policy, and advantages and disadvantages, even contradictions the policy has brought to women's lives.
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Shi, Tao, "One woman, one child : the implications of the one-child-family policy for Chinese women" (1991). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4286.