Social change can require a large movement, or a small intervention, depending on the type of change you are trying to implement. This assignment helps you apply what you have learned this week to a situation in your community where social change may be necessary.
10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation on social change in your community. Description of a social problem in your community Examples include graffiti in parks, destruction of community property, property theft, parking violations, speeding, improper disposal of pet waste, and improper landscaping. A theoretical perspective on social movements to apply to this problem Include a description of how this perspective proposes to address this problem and create social change. The possible social influences or agents for change to address the problem in your community
Include detailed speaker notes for each slide.