This response to yale law professor amy chua’s book, battle hymn of the tiger mother, complements a much longer and related article that is also in part a response to chua’s book: tiger cub strikes back: memoirs of an ex-child prodigy about legal education and parenting, 1 british journal of american legal studies 297 (2012) this brief essay discusses the cultural differences between. A black mother's response to amy chua: we're tiger moms, too by donna marie williams amy chua, author of the suddenly infamous battle hymn of the tiger mother , has been under fire lately. Amy chua with daughters lu lu, far left, and sophia, right, and the family samoyed dogs, coco and pushkin photograph: lorenzo ciniglio/polaris the 8,821 comments that followed are a snapshot of.
A response is a critique or evaluation of the author's essay unlike the summary, it is composed of your opinions in relation to the article being summarized it examines ideas that you agree or disagree with and identifies the essay's strengths and weaknesses in reasoning and logic, in quality of supporting examples, and in organization and style. Chua's january 8 article -- based on her new memoir battle hymn of the tiger mother --unleashed a firestorm of criticism for its unabashed assertion that the harsh stereotypically chinese style. Tiger mothers: raising children the chinese way amy chua, a professor of law at yale, has written her first memoir about raising children the chinese way — with strict rules and expectations. Tiger mom amy chua is known for claiming that chinese women make the best mothers, but now she and her husband say that some groups are just plain better than others.
Caitlin flanagan, like so many people writing about amy chua's new book, battle hymn of the tiger mother, not only seems to perpetuate the myth that entrance into the ivy league is the singular. An exclusive excerpt from amy chua's battle hymn of the tiger mother dow jones, a news corp company news corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news. Tiger moms amy chua, the famous “tiger mom” author, has returned to the news with her latest book, the triple package: how three unlikely traits explain the rise and fall of cultural groups in. But reading the book, “battle hymn of the tiger mother,” it can be hard to tell when she is kidding “in retrospect, these coaching suggestions seem a bit extreme,” she writes in the book.
You must be joking, professor chua: an open letter to the chinese tiger mom dear professor chua, by now, your wall street journal article why chinese mothers are superior has circled around the globe and you have appeared on many media outlets undoubtedly you are aware of the firestorm the article has created everywhere. The tiger mother club the tiger mother club i am chinese, and i am a mother now, that makes me a chinese mother, right the local chapter of the tiger mother club was looking for more chinese members, and since i was new in town, and was eager to make new friends, i sent in my application. The media is abuzz about amy chua's book, battle hymn of the tiger mother (see this excerpt from the wall street journal) chua argues that chinese mothers are superior because they demand.
Tiger parenting (老虎妈妈, tiger mother or tiger mom) is strict or demanding parenting tiger parents push and pressure their children to attaining high levels of scholastic and academic achievement, using authoritarian parenting methods. Thanks to this media blitz, the basic outlines of “tiger mother”’s story are by now familiar chua, the daughter of chinese immigrants, is a yale law school professor. Responses to tiger mom article in paul, annie murphy’s article “the roar of the tiger mom”, we read about how a mother amy chua raised her kids in a strict matter in order to make sure her two daughters were prepared for their futures. In that regard, i feel compelled to add to the litany of responses in this media wave i read the tiger mom article in the recent times magazine i was somewhat a tiger mom too, but it was.
How chinese immigrant mothers perceive “chinese” and “us” parenting and changes in their parenting postmigration remains unclear, despite recent interest in chinese parenting particularly in response to a chua's (2011) controversial book on “tiger mothers” the present study addressed this issue by examining the parenting beliefs and practices of chinese immigrant mothers. Chua's third book, battle hymn of the tiger mother, published in january 2011, is a memoir about her parenting journey using strict confucianist child rearing techniques, which she describes as being typical for chinese immigrant parents.
Amy chua is an easy whipping post after all, she’s the iconic tiger mom who blithely bragged about her extreme parenting methods in her book 2011 battle hymn of the tiger motherovernight, she. Kim's response is that she statistically controlled for parental educational level and socioeconomic status, with 30 percent of the study's families making more than $60,000 a year. In 2011, when amy chua published the polarizing battle hymn of the tiger mom, concerned (non-chinese) parents everywhere collectively freaked out in the book, chua describes a wildly different approach to child-rearing than what’s often depicted on your typical american sitcom.