The Tipping Point

What are the motifs in The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell?

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Change is a recurring idea in the novel. Unexpectedly, the author uses a subjective tone for this book. At first glance, the material seems quite intellectual, which often leads to dry reading. However, the direct address by the author, using the first person point of view, makes the material more personal for the reader.