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Volume 181, 20242023 International Conference on Digital Economy and Business Administration (ICDEBA 2023)
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The Evolution of China’s Policy for Family Planning
Economics, Bachelor of Arts, Simon Fraser University, V5A 1S6, 8888 University Dr W, Burnaby, BC, Canada
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It is imperative to understand factors of demographic and social issues, economic development, and global influences which have influenced China’s family planning policy implementation through time from the one-child to three-child policy. To further explore how such factors influenced the evolution of China’s family planning policy and to predict future policy outcomes, this research has extensively discussed demographic challenges, economic development, social issues, and global influences. The research has also analyzed how these factors influence China’s family planning policy direction towards the future. For sustainability, in relation to family planning, this research has identified that the Chinese government could implement targeted and flexible approaches to childbirth control, implement social support and services to help couples meet their family goals, and enhance social awareness via education and family therapy. In sum, this research is important because it provides an elaborate discussion of the evolution of China’s family planning policy and predicts the future direction of such policing to ensure sustainable family planning in China.
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