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Problems of and Alternatives to a Rising Sex Ratio at Birth
Source:Chinese Women's Research Network | Release Date:2013-3-4
Title: Problems of and Alternatives to a Rising Sex Ratio at Birth
Category: New Books
Author: Cai Fei
ISBN: 978-7-5097-3042-3
Press: Social Science Document Publishing House
Publication date: January, 2012
Vector form items: 188 pages
Series Name: Contemporary Chinese population problem research series
Keywords: Sex structure of population, research
CLC: 0001752, 02.07.73
Does the rising sex ratio at birth come about because of the influence of patriarchal tradition or is it the consequence of the evolution of reproductive technology in socio-economic development? How does the sex ratio at birth differ from place to place? How does it affect China overall? How do we evaluate the contributions to the policy? How do we judge the effectiveness and shortfalls of control measures in recent years? How do we explore effective approaches and operational modes of the sex ratio at birth by using systematic engineering methods? This book gives readers objective analysis, original ideas and valuable policy recommendations.
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