China rethinks its one-child policy
- May 18, 2011
- A study by Wang Feng, sociology professor, is quoted in Psychology Today May 18, 2011
From Psychology Today:
On the mainland, especially in large cities, it may be too late to turn the tide and convince young people to have more than one child. Before there was talk of changing the policy, Professor Wang Feng of the University of California, Irvine, interviewed Chinese mothers and found that citizens have accepted the one-child limit and are happy with it. The reactions he got were very similar to what I hear from men and women across the United States.
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