In the late 1970s, China was embarking the one-child campaign. This campaign reformed rural childbearing preferences. This campaign created the longest massline campaign effort to subject
What is the success of the China massline campaign of the one child policy / China's "birth-planning"?
Is this massline campaign a necessary element of modernization in which the state is it vanguard or is the mass campaign an instrument of political control
Are the consequences of the government decision to accelerate the fertility transition beneficial to society or are consequences to high of cost?
Consequences to consider:
strategies of resistance employed by villagers
resistance or acceptance of urban people
Due 11:59pm April 10 / Discussion in class Friday