I've grown tired of this, but I will ask you one more time if you want to seriously take this to an academic level as you requested. I said I would provide you with the journals and books so you can read these theories and the reasoning behind them, then we can confer and I will explain how it is relevant and your can counter my arguments. I urge you to read and interpret the journals so you can form your own opinion and be able to disagree based on your own knowledge of these theories instead of simply relying on my analysis.
I only linked those articles for that other person who expressed interests to give inkling about what these theories talked about, but that went I as expected it would. If you indeed wanted to get to the core of my hypothesis, it is going to take some reading and analyzing, and since you are an academic as well as a professor, I assumed that you would welcome a challenge based in academia, as you lead me to believe.
Arguing on a message board is nice and all, but I thought you really wanted to get down to it, because if you truly want to change things, you need to understand the reasons behind human behavior and why certain groups in certain situation do certain things. These theories help explain human behaviors of oppressed and oppressive peoples. They are not exclusive to the black experience and many of the problems that our community has are in no way exclusive to our community.
This goes beyond me trying to prove a point to Kevin41 about a message board argument. The more of my people I can get to at least look at the fact that there way be more than one way of thinking, more than one strategy in trying to get our people out of our present situation, the better it will be for diversifying our options and the better our chances get.