(SOLVED!) What Stage Of The Demographic Transition Is China In?

The Demographic Transition Model (DTM) Stage 4 has low birth and death rates, which stabilizes total population growth. Strong economies, high-skilled citizens, extensive healthcare systems, increased employment opportunities for women, and a strong economy are some of the reasons that birth rates and deaths have declined in most Stage 4 countries. As these factors play out the total fertility rate decreases until it reaches replacement level (2.1 births per woman), at which point the country enters Stage 5 😊 It’s having is understood that countries in Stage 4 of the DTM have experienced significant economic and social advances allowing for reduced family size in relation to decades prior 😊 [1]
This scenario shows that the economy is driving the restraints on the family’s size and contraception use. Birth rates drop below replacement levels (2.1 children for every woman) due to the rising costs of raising families in urban areas or the attractive opportunities offered by employment. A declining population will result in an older citizenry. There are many other reasons for declining birth rates. These can also be due to political or biological causes. Fertility rates vary from one country to the next. One of the most infamous acts associated with population planning is China’s One-Child Policy. China’s One-Child Policy was implemented in 1979. Since then, China has seen a decrease in the birthrate and a significant demographic problem: A gender imbalance. This will likely lead to a further drop in birth rates. Although these social and political factors are not included in the DTM equation, they have significant impacts on total populations. Merri Shapiro, Baoding China’s last editor, updated this page 63-days ago [2]
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The industry experts at geographyfieldwork.comIndustries: In the 1960s, the motto was to ‘overtake Britain, race America’. The Communist Party Central Committee had several measures to ensure high iron and steel productivity. One of these was the traditional “human sea” tactic, where the whole population was invited to join. The blockhouses from WWII could be turned into miniature blast furnaces. Local government officials took the residents (including elderly grandmothers and schoolboys) to hills nearby in order to find iron ore when there was shortage. Many areas had cooking utensils, and even any iron- or steel-made object (bicycle parts and hammers) that were removed to melt and use as raw materials. [3]
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According to Phong Palacios at link.springer.comChina has completed its demographic transition at the end 20th century. China’s population is growing slowly. A demographic transition is a change in the age structure of the population, which creates the demographic window to ensure an endless supply of workers. The demographic window provides a new driving force for China’s economic development; however, it will not turn into demographic dividend automatically. China’s practice of reforming and opening up has shown that there is a new window of opportunity for economic growth. Only the demographic dividend could be created and made into an opportunity for economic growth. Important source of economic growth if it is supplemented by the compatible domestic economic and social development For peaceful development, policies must be matched with the internationalized global economic environment. China grasped the demographic opportunity and turned it into an economic opportunity. It then successfully harvested this demographic dividend which promoted economic growth and led to economic miracles. Cortne McAllister, Florianopolis (Brazil) last modified this page 70 days ago [4]

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