Press311 Week Two

Jul 5th, 2015
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Research and create a preparation outline in Microsoft Word for a 10-15 minute presentation in Unit 4 on a topic of personal interest as explained by your instructor. Follow these steps to complete your assignment: Pick a topic of personal interest as explained by your instructor. Research information on this topic. Determine the purpose of your presentation. Your group and the instructor will be the intended audience. You will need enough material for 10 PowerPoint slides for the Unit 3 IP and a 10–15 minute presentation for the Unit 4 Group Project. Organize your presentation ideas in a logical sequence for your purpose. Create an outline including an introduction, a substantial body with supporting material, and a conclusion.

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PRES3111-IP2NameClassDateProfessorChinas One Child PolicyI. IntroductionII. Population Growtha. Mao Zedongs Communist Partyb. Food ShortagesIII. Birth Control Movement 1950sa. Policy Encouraged Use of Birth Controlb. Birth Control and Abortion Laws Repelledc. Mass Production of ContraceptivesIV. Cultural Revolutiona. Stopped Family Planning Effortsb. Major Food ShortagesV. Family Planning Offices a. Fertility Programsb. Urban Areasc. Promote Fertility Reductiond. Two Child FamiliesVI. Mandatory One Child Policya. Enacted in 1980sb. Citizens Permission to have Childc. One Child Only for Urban Residentsd. Two Children for Rural CouplesVII. Enforcement of One Child Policya. Citizens that follow policy are rewardedb. Large Finesc. Seizure of Propertyd. Forced Sterilization and AbortionsVIII. Result of One Child Policya. Over three fourths of Population Approve Policyb. Prevented 400 Billion Birthsc. Culture Adopted Small Family Structured. Improvements in the Standard of LivingIX. Consequences of One Child Policya. Unregistered and Abandoned Childrenb. Human Rights Violationsc. Sex Selective Abortionsd. Murder of Female Babiese. Sex Traffickingf. Lack of Available Women for Emerging GenerationX. ConclusionReferencesBannister, J. (2007). History of the Policy: Birth Control in the 1950s. Retrieved March 30, 2012 from http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/fall07/Henneberger/History.htmlHesket

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