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|Description:||viii, 279 s.|
|Contents:||Indhold: The three rules of epidemics ; The law of the few: connectors, mavens, and salesmen ; The stickiness factor: Sesame Street, Blue's Clues, and the educational virus ; The power of context (Bernie Goetz and the rise and fall of New York City crime ; The magic number one hundred and fifty) ; Case study (Rumors, sneakers, and the power of translation ; Suicide, smoking, and the search for the unsticky cigarette) ; Conclusion|
Gladwell argues that many contemporary problems - from crime to teenage delinquency and traffic jams - behave like epidemics that are capable of sudden and dramatic changes in direction. Yet the