The Tipping Point Book Report

Although Gladwell never specifically mentions technology education, his arguments provide food for thought that may prove useful to this audience.

The section on the creation and adaptation of , which explores child psychology is a particular delight.When it’s good, it’s really good, and even the slower sections offer thought-provoking moments. You’ll breeze through it in an afternoon – highly recommended. He writes about why crime dropped dramatically in New York City in the mid-1990s, and describes how an unknown novelist ended up as a best-selling author.He deconstructs why teenage smoking is so out of control, despite the general public's full knowledge of its ill effects.Her upcoming book “Tipping Points: How to Topple the Left’s House of Cards” is set to be published on August 6, 2019 & is available for pre-order now.magazine, has been studying and writing about the nature of trends for years.Liz’s pithy, poignant three minute “Final Point” videos that air at the end of her nightly broadcast rack up hundreds millions of views on Facebook every year. During college, Liz served as a Commissioner on the Board of Zoning Appeals in her hometown in Ohio.She was the youngest person in city history to hold the Mayoral appointed position.In this book, Gladwell has found an apt metaphor for helping readers understand how worthy ideas can languish in our culture while superficial ones sometimes flourish.After reading about a syphilis contagion in urban Baltimore in the early 1990s, Gladwell found the metaphor that became the thesis of the book.

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  1. If I am delivering a congratulatory speech to awards recipients, the immediate context might be the awards presentation ceremony; the broader context might be the purpose or significance of the awards themselves.