Tibetan Women's Poverty and Unmarried Birth from the Perspective of Accurate Poverty Alleviation

Fan Yang, Tianhui Zhuang, Weizhong Zeng
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Economy, Management and Education Technology   unpublished
Unmarried birth is the helpless and inefficient choice of Tibetan women when facing marriage squeeze and survival pressure. It can easily lead to economic poverty by raising children alone and causing poor health conditions for labor intensity damage, losing the development opportunity for low-level redundant labors and hard ascended social capitals, resulting emotional crisis that can't remarried, thus reducing the welfare of women. The intrinsic connection between out of unmarried births and
more » ... married births and women's poverty can be blocked through institutional arrangements, policy support and cultural guidance. In the political background of accurate support poverty, precise poverty alleviation and forming a comprehensive well-off society vigorously promoted by our country, properly solve this problem has a historic cultural significance.
doi:10.2991/icemet-16.2016.318 fatcat:yhxvwffdargwtm4xmcvvxo4vbi