History of CHINA
Communist party of China set up a government in 1949
October 1st in mainland.
China can not be a unified nation.
"The People's Republic of China.“(마오쩌둥) 중화인민공화국 = 중국
'The Republic of China.‘(장제스) =중화민국
Economy of CHINA
China has the world's second-largest economy
But China's 2011 nominal GDP per capita of US$5,184
refers to the termination of pregnancy at
any stage; preventing birth
The national population control policy from 1960 to 1990
- Propagation of contraception(피임)
advertised to the public
- Overlooked illegal abortion
At the beginning of 1990, national population control policy changed.
- In 2001, some local governments have population problem and take action
- The Roh Moo-Hyun Transition Team implements pronatalism
-2006. 6, <새로마지21>plan announcement
Support policy's aid project
1. Society duty reinforce about childbirth, nurture
- Brought the birthrate in China down.
In 1970, the birthrate was 33.43 per thousand people.
In 1990, the birthrate was 21.06 per thousand people.
In 1970, The average number of children per woman was 5.01children.
In 1990, the number of children per woman was 2.31children.
At the family planning center, the woman was injected with rivanol which is an abortio
What are the causes and effects of low birthrates in Korea?
I personally think that not having a baby is not as bad as people thought of before. However, from a national view point, it can cause a serious problem.
So I would like to take a look at the causes and effects of low birthrates.
The first reason for low birthrates is that educating a child costs too much in this country.