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Rapid population change in China, 1952-1982

by Ansley J. Coale

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Published by National Academy Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • China -- Population -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: 87-89.

      StatementAnsley J. Coale.
      SeriesReport / Committee on Population and Demography ;, no. 27, Report (National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Population and Demography) ;, no. 27.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB3654.A3 C63 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 89 p. :
      Number of Pages89
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2872308M
      ISBN 100309034809
      LC Control Number84061188

      In contrast, China currently has a population of billion, and despite the governmenral policy of permitting only one child per couple, it too is growing at a rate of percent (PRB, ). China's desirable population is million or about one-half of the current population level (Qu and Li,). The number of people.   A population pyramid, or age structure graph, is a simple graph that conveys the complex social narrative of a population through its shape. Demographers use these simple graphs to evaluate the extent of development for a given population – usually an individual nation – and to make predictions about the types of services that population.

      As of November , China's population stood at billion, the largest of any country in the ing to the census, % of the population was Han Chinese, and % were 's population growth rate is only %, ranking th in the world. China conducted its sixth national population census on 1 November Unless otherwise indicated, the statistics on.   The population of the world has now surpassed 7 billion people, and it continues to increase at a quick rate. Growth rates tend to vary from considerably from country to country, with developing countries generally experiencing higher rates of .

      institutional changes and social reform. Today China is the third largest country of the world by area and the largest by population with people in and a growth rate of 0,9% per year. References U.N. Population Wallchart, China Statistical Yearbook, Peng Xizhe, Guo Zhigang, The Changing Population of China, Blackwell.   A push under the slogan "Late, Long and Few" was successful: China's population growth dropped by half from to But it soon leveled off, prompting officials to seek more drastic measures. In they introduced a policy requiring couples from China's ethnic Han majority to have only one child (the law has largely exempted ethnic.


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Rapid Population Change in China, First published: 01 Feb, Rapid Population Change in China, Ansley J. Coale, National Research Council, National Research Council Staff, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Committee on Population and Demography, Commission on Behavioral.

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Get this from a library. Rapid population change in China, [Ansley J Coale] -- In the People's Republic of China carried out a census with a more comprehensive interview schedule than ever before employed in China and using a very large, carefully chosen, and extensively.

Rapid Population Change in China, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. ——— (). "Excess Female Mortality and the Balance of the Sexes in the Population: An Estimate of the Number of "Missing Females," Population and Development Review 17(3): ——— ().

responses that rapid population growth requires. That is why rapid population growth is, above all, a development problem. discussion of the effects of population growth on countries, this chapter will touch on a theme intro-duced in Chapter 4: the implications of.

China’s demographic landscape has been thoroughly redrawn by unprecedented population changes in recent decades. Wang Feng writes on China’s rapidly aging population. Get this from a library. Rapid Population Change in China, [Committee on Population and Demography,; National Research Council Staff,].

China is not particularly dense in population. The question is somewhat unnecessary. China has a land area that’s greater than Europe, and has similar population. I feel like OP has this feeling that all countries have default size, population, an.

Additional people provide a workforce necessary to generate goods and services. However, in some cities, rapid growth leads to skyrocketing housing prices and unmanageable traffic. Instead of focusing on adding to the population, cities like Huntsville, Alabama have made an effort to attract large corporations and improve services to residents.

Past, current and projected future population growth is outlined. Barring a calamitous pandemic, a further increase in the world’s population from 7 to between and 10 billion by mid-century.

China's growth has reduced poverty. Only % of the population lives below the poverty line, set at 2, yuan.   China contains about 20% of the world's population.

  As its people get richer, they will consume more. Companies will try to sell to this market, the largest in the world, and tailor their products to Chinese tastes.

The Numbers Game: Myths, Truths and Half-Truths about Human Population Growth and the Environment By Motavalli, Jim E Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 1, January-February Read preview Overview Sustainability Ethics: World Population Growth and Migration By Cairns, John, Jr Mankind Quarterly, Vol. 45, No. 2, Winter   The birth rate in China in was births per woman, inand inaccording to the United Nations Population Division.

The birth rates are similar to other. then, rapid population growth only makes matters worth leading to economic insecurity. Economic insecurity, • Changes in population size (growth or decline) - China in about B.C. - USA in A.D - Egypt in about B.C - England and France in.

Besides, rapid population growth leads to the migration of large numbers to urban areas with industrialization. This results in severe air, water and noise pollution in cities and towns. Consequence # World Economy: Rapid population growth also affects UDCs in relation to the world economy in a.

Over the last few decades, China's population growth had been slowed by its one-child policy, in effect since The government introduced the policy as part of a wider program of economic reform.

But because of the imbalance between the aging population and number of young people, China changed its policy effective for to allow two children to be born per family. Yet despite this dire pronouncement, there is no evidence to suggest that India was undergoing any rapid increase of population in comparison with the rest of the world.

Between andthe average increase in India's population was approximately % per year, slightly lower than the worldwide average (from ) of %.China’s extraordinary economic boom has gone hand-in-hand with urbanization. In 13% of people in China lived in cities. Bythe urban share of the population had grown to 45%; it’s projected to reach 60% by Twenty-five of the world’s largest cities are in China.

Urbanization, in turn, is reshaping both the physical environment and the cultural fabric. In Cornell University sociologists Frederick Buttel and Laura Raynolds published a careful study of population growth, food consumption, and other variables in ninety-three third world countries.

20 Their statistical analysis found no evidence that rapid population growth causes hunger. What they did find was that the populations of poorer.