The Changing Population of China / Edition 1

The Changing Population of China / Edition 1

by Xizhe Peng
     
 

ISBN-10: 0631201912

ISBN-13: 9780631201915

Pub. Date: 10/28/2000

Publisher: Wiley

In this book, top Chinese demographers introduce the reader to Chinese population policy, assess its effects and project future consequences.

  • Explains the background to china's population policy.
  • Discusses of Socio-economic impacts on employment, social welfare, urbanization, gender ratios and the family.

Overview

In this book, top Chinese demographers introduce the reader to Chinese population policy, assess its effects and project future consequences.

  • Explains the background to china's population policy.
  • Discusses of Socio-economic impacts on employment, social welfare, urbanization, gender ratios and the family.
  • Projects these trends into the future.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780631201915
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
10/28/2000
Series:
Family, Sexuality and Social Relations in the Past Series
Pages:
312
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.05(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction.

2. Trends and Geographic Differentials in Mortality: Hao Hongsheng.

3. Trends and Regional Differentials in Fertility Transition: Tu Ping.

4. Health and Health Care in Transition: Tang Shenglan.

5. Population Policy and Family Planning Programme: Xie Zhenmin.

6. Age and Sex Structures: Li Yongping & Peng Xizhe.

7. Population Aging and Old Age Security: Du Peng and Tu Ping.

8. Marriage Patterns: Zeng Yi.

9. Family Patterns: Guo Zhigang.

10. Education: Peng Xizhe.

11. Employment: Zuo Xuejin.

12. Female Population: Tan Lin and Peng Xizhe.

13. Urbanization: Zhong Fenggan.

14. Floating Population and Internal Migration in China: Sun Changmin.

15. International Migration Patterns: Ye Wenzhen.

16. Ethnic Population: Du Peng.

17. Population and Environment in China: Dai Xingyi.

18. Population of China: Prospects and Challenges: Zhai Zhenwu.

19. The Distribution of China's Population and Its Changes: Wang Guixin.

20. Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: Waves of Chinese Immigrants and their Children: Lui Ping-keung.

Index.

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