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Amy Chua The Tiger Mom My Opinion

John Abbott College Tiger Parenting: a Mistake By Alexander Haniotis Question Should “Tiger Parenting” be the norm when raising your children? Thesis Statement I believe “Tiger Parenting” shouldn’t be tolerated in our society. Tiger Parenting: a Mistake Amy Chua’s provocative Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother has caused great controversy and debate mainly because of her strict parenting philosophy exercised throughout the entire novel. Chua is questioning the traditional Western parenting...

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Tiger Mom Journals

The writer in the excerpt Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior, Amy Chua, does a great job of justifying Chinese-style parenting by contrasting it to Western-style parenting. She tells her audience that through her strict orders and threats does her daughter, Lulu, succeed in playing and mastering a very difficult piano piece; Western parents with high concerns for their kids’ psyches would only “ask their kids to try their best.” Chua also reveals the generality of Chinese parents constantly working...

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Amy Chua: the Tiger Mom. (My Opinion)

How do i In my opinion, Amy Chua’s method’s are questioned simply because they are too strict. The Chinese way of raising their children is done in a disciplined, no tolerance way, which might intimidate parents from the west. Parents from The U.S. or anywhere else in the west, may say that Amy Chua’s strategies are too harsh, and that a child should be entitled to their own opinions, and views about his or hers way of life. A child should be able to do what he or she wants to do, and not what...

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Tiger Moms

Danielle Bolin Mrs. Bradley English 102 17 April 2013 Tiger Mom Growing up as a child in any activity you decided to take on you learn that your parents always stress the concept of practice makes perfect; if it’s practicing your flute, or throwing baseballs with a friend, or shooting free throws in the driveway. The more time and effort you put into some activity you enjoy, the better you will be ultimately making you enjoy it even more. In some cultures this concept of practice makes perfect...

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Tiger Mom

Tough Love of the Tiger Mom “With no breaks for water or even the bathroom, until at last Lulu learned to play the piece.” Annie Murphy Paul, author of article Tiger Moms: Is Tough Parenting Really the Answer, describes the moment of one of her sources when she had her seven year old daughter practice for many hours until she could play a piano piece perfectly. This iconic source raised an uproar in American society was none other than Amy Chua, author of Battle Hymn of Tiger Mother (Paul, 1)....

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critique of amy chua

A Critique of “ Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” by Amy Chua As youth development and growth become an important study in our society, there are many controversial opinions regarding the best method of parenting. Amy Chua argues in her essay, “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior,” that children raised from Chinese mothers are more successful than those raised by Western mothers. She believes that Chinese children attain exceptional achievements from forced training and develop a stronger self-esteem...

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Tiger Mom

topic in America. Every person has an opinion on how a child should be raised and disciplined. In Amy Chua’s “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” (an excerpt from Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother), Chua explains Chinese parenting and how it is effective in her life. She claims that by breaking down a child and pushing them to their full potential, the child will, in turn, be confident and incredibly successful. Through the use of several rhetorical devices, Chua supports, as well as weakens, her claim...

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Analysis of "Why I Love My Strict Chineses Mom"

raising a child? Sophia Chua-Rubenfeld’s essay “Why I love my strict Chinese mom” is a response to the all the negative feedback her mother had gotten for her essay “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior”. The intention of this essay is to persuade and inform the reader of why Amy Chua raised her daughter Sophia the correct way. Chua-Rubenfeld’s first argument is that the critics (the outsider) have no clue of what the Chua-Rubenfeld family is like (p. 2, l. 21). The fact that Chua-Rubenfeld is stating that...

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amy chua

Name: Rahat Ahmed Subject: English 125 Amy Chua’s “The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother” had created a great controversy around the world. Many writers around the world wrote about her book and criticized her for her parenting methods. Most of the authors raised questions about Chua’s parenting methods. While reading journals, newspapers, and articles I noticed that most of the authors discussed how harsh parenting method is not the way to raise a child. When parents become strict to their...

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Tiger Mom Essay

the Tiger Mom” by Amy Chua, I was surprised how Chua shared in detail about her life journey as a parent and raising two children. This is a book about Amy Chua’s experiences in raising her two daughters, Sophia and Luisa (Lulu), in what she believes is the “Chinese mother” style of parenting. She is quick to point out in the first chapter, entitled “The Chinese Mother,” that she uses the term “loosely” as it would be ridiculous to try to assume that every mother from China is a like a tiger mom...

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