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[The organization of the one percent National Sample Survey of Fertility and its findings].

Authors
  • Yu, W
Type
Published Article
Journal
Ren kou yan jiu = Renkou yanjiu
Publication Date
Jul 29, 1983
Issue
4
Pages
18–19
Identifiers
PMID: 12159338
Source
Medline
Keywords
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Abstract

In September of 1982, a national sample survey of fertility was conducted. A total of 70,000 professional personnel in family planning and manpower in related fields were engaged in this survey. They conducted a comprehensive survey at 815 sample points in 28 different provinces, cities, and autonomous regions all over the country. Their findings can be summarized as follows: (1) A more advanced understanding of the rules of China's population reproduction, (2) supplemental information on births and marital status which was not collected fully in the national census, (3) scientific analysis of the results in family planning during the past 10 or more years, and indication of a correct way for scientific management in family planning work from now on, and (4) a large number of professsional cadres were trained and developed in this sample survey to function effectively in the field of family planning in the future.

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