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10 thoughts on “The Triple Package

  1. says:

    Before I sing the accolades of this book let's examine my experience with it Before reading The Triple Package I think The Triple Threat would be far memorable sticky and therefore a better title I had read Suke

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    “Certain groups do much better in America than others – as measured by income occupational status test scores and so on” Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld state bluntly in the introduction to The Triple Package Why is that? And can we even discuss why without being a bunch of racist anti Semitic eugenics loving jerks?I hope so I thi

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    Racist poorly researched tripe This book was clearly written to be sensational and make a buck by being controversial Poorly written book wit

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    If not anything else this book was interesting I enjoyed the cultural aspects learned a lot about different groups' attitudes and history and I do agree with some of the premise of this book What it all boils down to is your own personal definition of success Do I admire people who go to great lengths to accomplish almost seemingly impossible things? Yes Do I begrudge anyone for trying to make a better life fo

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    A book written to stoke controversy and speak taboos But carefully backed up with endless sociological researchAlthough that won't stop professional grievance takers from criticizing it for its conclusion or even its existence Which ironical

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    The Triple Package How Three Unlikely Traits Explain the Rise and Fall of Cultural Groups in America by Amy Chua and Jed RubenfeldThe Triple Package presents a provocative thesis that when three distinct forces the Triple Package come together in a group's culture they propel that group to disproportionate success Thankfu

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    So a Chinese woman married to a Jewish guy figures out that the Chinese and the Jews are chosen races?Great My suggestion for her is to go to China go to Israel go to Nigeria or go to Cuba There are smart people there mediocre people there an

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    I loved Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother and I probably would have liked The Triple Package if I hadn't gone into it with such high and s

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    Rounding up from 45 stars I read this book in one afternoon Not sure what the flap is about The authors argue that conventionally successful ethniccultural groups share three characteristics 1 a sense of pridesupe

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    Malcolm Gladwell is contagious Here using the standard best selling formula Chua clearly smarting from criticisms of Tiger Mother lays out three cultural characteristics her Yale Law seminar on Law and Prosperity isolated as making for American success an innate belief in the specialness of your group Cuban expats Nigerian princes Jews as the chosen an individual drive born of family expectations and fear of persecuti

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Yale Law School professors Chua the Tiger Mom herself and husband Rubenfeld argue that the triumph of certain cultural groups in A. Racist poorly researched tripe This book was clearly written to be sensational and make a buck by being controversial Poorly written book with a racist POV Won t be reading any of her others

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The Triple Package

Merica eg Mormons in business and the highly paid Chinese Americans and Jews results from three principles members of such groups. If not anything else this book was interesting I enjoyed the cultural aspects learned a lot about different groups attitudes and history and I do agree with some of the premise of this book What it all boils down to is your own personal definition of success Do I admire people who go to great lengths to accomplish almost seemingly impossible things Yes Do I begrudge anyone for trying to make a better life for themselves or their family Absolutely not But my definition of success is not driven by this unuenchable need to be the top the best or the richest The uality of your life cannot be defined in absolutes weighed by Ivy League schools and calculated by a pay check Interesting theory about motivation Personally I would love to see our country as a whole strive for But on a personal level greatness can t only be measured by social class and drive Compassion civility morality and goodness count for a whole lot

free read ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF · Amy Chua

Believe the group is exceptional still feel they must prove themselves and work for future goals instead of immediate satisfaction. I loved Chua s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother and I probably would have liked The Triple Package if I hadn t gone into it with such high and specific hopes The premise of the book is that success in modern America depends on three traits Superiority Insecurity and Impulse Control This thesis is backed up by statistical and anecdotal data about 8 cultural groups I m not sure how Mormons were selected as a cultural group because all the other groups were ethnic groups A religious group like the LDS church spans all kinds of ethnic groups all over the world and doesn t fit neatly among the very specific ethnic groups chosen for the book I can t speak for the assumptions made about Cuban or Lebanese immigrants or Asian Americans but there were some pretty strange assumptions made about the group I belong to Mormons so it makes me skeptical about the rest as well For example Success in business is for Mormons not only a way of proving the superiority of their values and way of life It s also a proof of their divine favor Huh All in all there is plenty of interesting data in this book but it feels like an article length argument lengthened into a book by way too many statistics and uotes many of which seem to leave you scratching your head instead of pushing you along to a decisive conclusion

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