Paper: An Analysis of the Publication of the Second Edition of Human Behavior in the Social Environment

Analyzing the black behavior would provide a head start towards solving the discrimination issue that faces the black community in the United States. Under strict empirical studies, tutors can comprehend the actual feelings and expressions that bring about the black behavior. Another point stressed by See (2007) is the historical account that takes the main lead in the hypothetical formulations. Hypothetical formulations form one of the best ways of leveling the black conditions with the rest of the society and investigators can best understand their behavior through methodical accounts into their history. The literature presented from the hypothetical strips discloses several societal science practitioners who chose to use an assorted model with an attached description of their occupations. This way, they were able to compare the livelihoods of the black community and hence look into the causes of their behavior (See, 2007, p. 13). Conclusion Credible hypothetical strips have been presented by the research conducted by the author as they stand to answer questions concerning the determined debates about the relevance of the theories and the significance of the practice to the community. All the possibilities regarding the success or failure of the theories formulations have been analyzed by the writer. The black experience provided is methodical since it is able to extract usable hypothetical formulations from cultural assumptions. The publication identifies the black experience as an active religious phenomenon with invisible potency that causes action and excites the black community when they gather for a general purpose. The interpretation of the theories has been supported by intense research into the background of black behavior in the American society. Therefore, the adrenaline that arises from the oppression any black individual faces is well tackled for the elite to understand it and learn how to tackle such situations (See, 2007, p. 14)....