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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: Family Planning

46 References, July 3, 2006

Family Planning (Birth Control, "One-Child Policy")

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Aird, John S. (1990): Slaughter of the innocents. Coercive birth control in China. Washington, DC (American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, AEI Press)

Akkerman, Abraham / He, Jiao Sheng (1999): Economic reforms and family planning in China: The one-child policy in rural Guangdong, 1979-1990. In: Canadian Studies in Population, Vol. 26, No. 1, 39-65

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