Historical Analysis of the Media Mechanisms which Support the One-Child Policy in China

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A Historical Analysis of the Media Mechanisms which Support the One-Child Policy in China
Problem Statement: The One-child Policy in China is supported by the media and it disproportionately affected the agrarian population in those in hinter regions such as Tibet and East Turkestan historically. This issue is significant as it necessarily impinges on human rights and it affects the demographic concentration of China on a fundamental level.
Question 1: How did the Cultural Revolution set the ground for the One-child Policy?
Question 2: Are there examples of well-known critics in China to such policies?
Question 3: How has the history of modern China helped to create and support such a policy?
Question 4: How has Sinification benefitted...
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