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How peasants view couples with only one child



How peasants view couples with only one child



Ren Kou Yan Jiu 1981(4): 45-46



A study on attitudes toward the one-child policy in Dayi county, Sichual, China, is presented. It is reported that, following the adoption of this policy in 1979, the rate of natural increase in this population of some 440,000 fell from a 1970 level of 33.3 per 1,000 to 1.62 in 1980. The study shows that although individual preferences were for more children, peasants realized that more people meant less land per head. The benefits of a small family were also perceived, and the importance of government support for the elderly in affecting attitudes toward having children is stressed.

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