HSC Core Study: Social and Cultural Continuity and Change

EDSS325 Assessment Task 2: Part A. Collection of resources gathered for assessment task. Resources used in lesson plan are label LESSON RESOURCE 1 and 2.
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The end of China's One Child Policy - The End of a 40 year Gendercide

Expose gendercide: There are 37 million more men than women in China today. That's 6 men to 5 women. This charity is trying to do something about it.

LESSON RESOURCE 1 - China Gendered Population Pyramid Graph (1950/2015/2050)

Six experts from Sydney University share their predictions for China in from its economy to its public health challenges.

What really brought down China’s birthrate was its education and empowerment of…

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy - The New York Times

The Teen Economists: China's One Child Policy: a Good Idea? (China Part 1)

The Teen Economists: China's One Child Policy: a Good Idea?

Society and Culture: Continuity and Change FLASHCARDS Activity

Start studying Society and Culture: Continuity and Change. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

This population pyramid show the age and sex. Females in China are declining…

Population Growth Policy in China

This population pyramid show the age and sex. Females in China are declining due to abortions and female infanticide. Due to this it is getting harder for males to find a partner.

The end of China's One Child Policy: Its Impacts

Painful legacy of China's one-child policy

China has decided to end its decades-long one-child policy, Xinhua news agency has reported.


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Expose gendercide: There are 37 million more men than women in China today. That's 6 men to 5 women. #prolife

Expose gendercide: There are 37 million more men than women in China today. That's 6 men to 5 women. This charity is trying to do something about it.

Think China's one-child policy brought down birthrates? Think again: Educated women did it first. Read Nobel laureate Amartya Sen's Sunday Review Op-Ed, "Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy." (Illustration: Angie Wang)

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy - The New York Times

China Editor Carrie Gracie explains why China's leaders have decided to end the…

End of China's one-child policy explained

China Editor Carrie Gracie explains why China's leaders have decided to end the country's one-child policy.

The Guardian, 15 March 1982.

How China's one-child policy ended in failure

The Guardian, 15 March

China has decided to end its decades-long one-child policy, Xinhua news agency…

Painful legacy of China's one-child policy

China has decided to end its decades-long one-child policy, Xinhua news agency has reported.

Working in collaborative groups, team members take turns reading an article on China’s One-Child Policy Act entitled Too Many In The Family. This article will address the history behind the law, the policy incentives, disobeying the policy, and expectations to the rule.  This lesson allows the student to express their thoughts on the topic after the reading and use high-level thinking skills.

Geography: China's One Child Policy: Population Comparison Cartogram

Working in collaborative groups, team members take turns reading an article on China's One-Child Policy Act entitled Too Many In The Family. This article will

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy - The New York…

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy

Amartya Sen: Women’s Progress Outdid China’s One-Child Policy

Documentary: 19th-20th Century Modernization of Japan

Documentary: Century Modernization of Japan

Westernisation and globalisation (Concept)

A War on "Westernization" in China

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