Steven Levitt Writing Styles in Think Like a Freak

Steven Levitt
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“Think Like a Freak” by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner is the third in a series of books by the authors. The book focuses on the topic of free thinking, thinking outside the box and taking a new approach to old problems. They coined the term, “freakonomics” to cover the various elements of the topic. The book consists of nine chapters in which the authors present their theories and conclusions in an orderly manner and support them with research data and anecdotal evidence.

In the first chapter, the premise for the books is laid out. The authors tell the readers what it means to think like a freak. In the second chapter, the authors discuss barriers encountered when learning to think like a freak. They describe the three little words that are hardest to say as, “I don’t know.” They provide anecdotes that demonstrate...

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