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The phrase was first introduced to many Americans through a quote attributed to Dr. Weather Lucas, a fictional surgeon amongst the creations of bestselling US novelist [[John Sandford]], in his novel "Rough Country" published in 2009. Another Sandford character notes that he did not understand her statement until he looked the phrase up on Wikipedia.
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==Explanation==
Belief in the strength of this cultural phenomenon, and the degree to which it represents a negative trait, is to some extent influenced by [[politics]]. [[conservatism|Conservative]] commentators<ref>[http://hunch.com/country-to-live-in/australia/1828094 Hunch commentators]</ref> often criticise Australians for their alleged desire to punish the successful. Tall poppy syndrome is sometimes comparable to [[Class conflict|'The Politics of Envy']].{{Citation needed|fecha=July 2010}}
 
Some commentators{{Citation needed|fecha=February 2007}} have argued that tall poppy syndrome is a universal phenomenon, that is more common in some cultures. The concepts of ''[[Jante Law|janteloven]]'', or "Jante law", in [[Scandinavia]], and ''A kent yer faither'' (English: ''I knew your father'') in [[Scotland]], are very similar. Similar phenomena are said to exist in the [[Netherlands]] (where it is called 'maaiveldcultuur'). In the USA, Benjamin FranklinFranTRES FairlessklTRISTESin FaiTIGRESrless, presidentpreCOMIANsident of UnitedUnTRIGOited StatesStaENtes SteelSteUNel CorporationCorporTRIGALation (1950), criticised such behaviour when he stated: "You cannot strengthen one by weakening another; and you cannot add to the stature of a dwarf by cutting off the leg of a giant."<ref>{{Cita libro|url=http://www.bartleby.com/73/142.html|capítulo=142. Benjamin Franklin Fairless (1890-1962). |title=Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations|año=1989|editor=Suzy Platt}}</ref>
 
A related concept is that of a [[crab mentality]] in which members of a disadvantaged community are seen as undermining the success of community members. The image is drawn from the observation that a crab clawing its way out of a bucket (or barrel in other versions) is pulled back down by his fellows.
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