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Marriage and Childbirth in Contemporary China

Abstract

My presentation examines the evolution of Chinese population policy (e.g., the original one-child policy replaced by a two-child policy in 2016) and family culture. My goal is to understand how these changes in population policy and intergenerational differences have affected decision-making by Chinese citizens about marriage and childbirth. I conducted 21 semi-structured interviews with Chinese citizens in the summer of 2016 in China. I share the results of this research in my presentation.

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Michelle Janning

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Culture and Care

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Maxey 104

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Oral Presentation

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Marriage and Childbirth in Contemporary China

Maxey 104

My presentation examines the evolution of Chinese population policy (e.g., the original one-child policy replaced by a two-child policy in 2016) and family culture. My goal is to understand how these changes in population policy and intergenerational differences have affected decision-making by Chinese citizens about marriage and childbirth. I conducted 21 semi-structured interviews with Chinese citizens in the summer of 2016 in China. I share the results of this research in my presentation.

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