Born In: Fareham, United Kingdom
Malcolm Gladwell is an award-winning English-Canadian, author, journalist and speaker. He is an active contributor and staff writer for ‘The New Yorker’ and has penned several best-sellers including, ‘The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference’, ‘Outliers: The Story of Success’, ‘What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures’ to name a few. His themes are usually centered on fronting unanticipated insinuations of investigation in social sciences. He also frequently cites academic work that revolves around the subject areas of psychology, social psychology and sociology. Apart from his works, he won a national magazine award and was honored with a number of illustrious accolades, including being honored with the ‘Member of the Order of Canada’. His work work is toppling the popular understanding of bias, crime, food, marketing, race, consumers and intelligence.. His works are also known for revealing the reality concealed behind the strange data. Gladwell has written a total of five books, out of which four have become instant best-sellers. Apart from writing, he is known to be an amazing speaker.
Also Known As: Malcolm Timothy Gladwell
father: Graham Gladwell
mother: Joyce (Nation) Gladwell
Born Country: England
Ancestry: Jamaican Canadian
education: University Of Toronto
awards: 2007 - American Sociological Association's first Award for Excellence in the Reporting of Social Issues
Malcolm T. Gladwell was born to Joyce and Graham Gladwell in Fareham, Hampshire, England. His mother is a psychotherapist, while his father�a mathematics professor.
When he was 6-years-old, the family moved to Ontario, Canada. He was always focused on academics and would spend time reading and researching in libraries.
When he was in high school, he was also very athletic and participated in middle-distance running. He also won a title at the Ontario High School in 1978.
In 1982, he was an intern at the National Journalism Center in Washington D.C. Around the same time he was majoring in history. He graduated from the University of Toronto two years later.
Since his grades were not very good, he did not get a place in the graduate school. He finally accepted a journalism position at ‘The American Spectator’ and moved to Indiana for the job.
In 1987, Malcolm Gladwell began covering news pertaining to business and science for ‘The Washington Post’, where he worked for almost a decade, quitting in 1996.
After leaving�The Washington Post, he began working with The New Yorker, where his first assignment was to write a piece about fashion. Instead of writing about fashion, he chose to write about a man who produced t-shirts, which he found more interesting to write.
In 1996, Malcolm Gladwell shot to fame with two articles that he wrote for The New Yorker:�The Tipping Point�and The Coolhunt. These two articles became the basis for his first novel�The Tipping Point, which was written four years later.
In 2002, he wrote an article for The New Yorker,�based on the concept of The Talent Myth. This article directly appraised the administrative techniques that successful people used and vice versa.
He published his fifth book, David and Goliath,�in 2013. The book scrutinizes the melee between preferences and small fry.�
Malcolm Gladwell released his sixth book, Talking to Strangers, in September 2019. The book analyses interactions with strangers.
His seventh book, The Bomber Mafia:A Dream, a Temptation, and the Longest Night of the Second World War,�was released in April 2021.�
In 2005, Malcolm Gladwell was included in the ‘Time’ list of one of the ‘100 most influential people’.
Malcolm Gladwell was appointed to the Order of Canada�in 2011.
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