Then, use your sources to explain (approximate number of slides. in this order):
Slide 1. Title slide- full names, the course, and a presentation title
Slide 2. How does this issue fit the definition of a social problem presented in the text? (Quote the text here.)
Slide 3. What social problem was this movement intended to correct?
Slides 4, 5. The history leading up to the movement.
Slide 6. What does this problem currently look like in our society? How does this issue affect different groups within the United States?
Slides 7, 8, 9. How a theorist from each perspective (conflict, functionalist, interactionist) would view/ understand this movement. I want to see a detailed and thorough analysis here!
Slides 10, 11, 12. What role do the social institutions of family, education, and government play in our society in regards to your social problem/ movement?
Slides 13, 14, 15. The effects/ impact of your chosen social movement: What were the goals of your chosen social movement? Pick two potential solutions for your social problem. What are the pros and cons of each solution? Who would be winning and losing with each possible solution?
Slide 16. What is the future of this movement?
Slides 17, 18. List at least 7 sources here, formatted correctly with a citation style (MLA, APA, ASA, etc.)