Published in 1999, this text sets out to provide an historical, present and futuristic understanding of China's enormous population problems. It sets out to provide a fundamental understanding of China through an understanding of its population problems and the efforts to control them. With the world's largest population, China has a dynamic economy and is emerging as a world power. This book aims to provide a comprehensive discussion on issues relating to China's population in English, based on historical and macro-level analysis of Chinese society.
1. China’s Population and Population Problems (Introduction) 2. China’s Traditional Population Thought and Policy 3. China’s Population Thought Since 1949 4. Population Control Policy and Implementation 5. Population Distribution in China 6. Minority Population in China 7. China’s Population and the Future Perspectives 8. China’s Population and the World.
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