Thursday, April 5, 2012
6. Most important element in the story
The most important element to this book would be the events. Events are the main thing in the book, while time and place are there, the events is what make the book and be able to be full of statistics about incentives of people for a better life. Without the events there would not be anything for "Freakonomics" to write and have data for. They provide the book with the subjects for the arguments in each chapter. Additionally, they provide a background of history around they world with the statistics from sumo wrestlers to giving a child a name in the U.S..