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Idden Children she paints a startlingly different picture The decision to give up a daughter she shows is not a facile one but one almost always fraught with grief and dictated by fear Were it not for the constant threat of punishment for breaching the country’s stringent birth planning policies most Chinese parents would have raised their daughters despite the cultural preference for sons With clear understanding and compassion for the families Johnson describes their desperate efforts to conceal the birth of second or third daughters from the authorities As the Chinese government cracked down on those caught concealing an out of plan child strategies for surrendering children changed—from arranging adoptions or sending them to live with rural family to secret placement at carefully chosen doorsteps and finally abandonment in publ.

chinas epub hidden pdf children free Chinas Hidden free Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBIdden Children she paints a startlingly different picture The decision to give up a daughter she shows is not a facile one but one almost always fraught with grief and dictated by fear Were it not for the constant threat of punishment for breaching the country’s stringent birth planning policies most Chinese parents would have raised their daughters despite the cultural preference for sons With clear understanding and compassion for the families Johnson describes their desperate efforts to conceal the birth of second or third daughters from the authorities As the Chinese government cracked down on those caught concealing an out of plan child strategies for surrendering children changed—from arranging adoptions or sending them to live with rural family to secret placement at carefully chosen doorsteps and finally abandonment in publ.

[Reading] ➼ Chinas Hidden Children By Kay Ann Johnson – Pamyatnik.pro In the thirty five years since China instituted its One Child Policy 120000 children—mostly girls—have left China through international adoption including 85000 to the United States  It’s generIn the thirty five years since China instituted its One Child Policy 120000 children—mostly girls—have left China through international adoption including 85000 to the United States  It’s generally assumed that this diaspora is the result of China’s approach to population control but there is also the underlying belief that the majority of adoptees are daughters because the One Child Policy often collides with the traditional preference for a son While there is some truth to this it does not tell the full story—a story with deep personal resonance to Kay Ann Johnson a China scholar and mother to an adopted Chinese daughter             Johnson spent years talking with the Chinese parents driven to relinquish their daughters during the brutal birth planning campaigns of the 1990s and early 2000s and with China’s H.

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  1. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBAs an adoptive mother I felt it was my duty to read this book It definitely points out major flaws in the adoption and political system of China The book tells heartbreaking personal stories but only of children born healthy Miss Johnson does not tell international adoptive parents what we should have done It left me feeling like I have done something wrong in adopting and loving them


  2. Minh Nguyen Minh Nguyen says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBKay is adept at telling stories that reveal expose and serve as strong accusations against what seem to be one of the biggest population policies of all time China's one child policyThe problems discussed here in this book abando


  3. Nicole Penn Nicole Penn says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBThis book serves as a wholistic narrative that personalizes the struggles risks and sacrifices surrounding the circumstances of child relinquishment in rural China Highly compelling and thoughtful fieldwork


  4. J J says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBSober social science as profound moral critiqueHow did Johnson manage to sound so calm when writing this book? It is only very occasionally that the careful measured almost too colourless but actually just what the subject needs scholarly prose slips and the deep emotion appears I certainly did not manage to stay calm when reading it I was thoroughly shaken occasionally shouted at the book annotated it in anger fought back tears and again am in awe of the a


  5. Cat Cat says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBImportant case studies of Chinese adoption both international and domestic in the wake of attempted top down population planning from the national government that likely did little to curb population that economic trends weren't already ensuring but DID


  6. Eleanor Bertin Eleanor Bertin says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBHeart rending stories once you get past the overly long introduction of real people in China who loved and longed for their children Johnson belabours the point that this modern day tragedy is a result of the Chinese government's birth planning policies rather than a cultural devaluation of girls Her meticulous research over a long period of time bring the sad statistics to lifeRecommended reading for anyone interested in international adoption parent child relationships or coercive governments


  7. Winston Jen Winston Jen says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBAwful The author ignores the big picture More children means mouths to feed Even in the most affluent society children cannot work full time until they're at least 18It seems Kay would want to bring us back to the days of children working in coal mines and doing unpaid labor on their parents' farms


  8. Mark Schulz Mark Schulz says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBThe book does a nice job of documenting the human costs of China's one child policy and a pretty good job of showing how the implementation of the policy varied over time and spatially across China It makes no effort to document the benefits of the policy to China to individual people or to the world


  9. Kristine Kristine says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBThis is well worth reading to broaden one's understanding of the impact and practical application of China's One Child Policy across time


  10. Karen Karen says:

    eBook Chinas Hidden Children Kindle ¶ Chinas Hidden ¹ pamyatnikpro chinas epub, hidden pdf, children free, Chinas Hidden free, Chinas Hidden Children PDF/EPUBThe interviews and research collected for this book are impressive but the prose kept repeating itself like it was searching for a final thought or just filling space


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