Social movements have a variety of consequences both for their members and for society as a whole. Some of these consequences are intended, while other consequences either directly contradict the best intentions of movement activists or perhaps advance the movement’s ideals in unexpected yet positive ways. Drawing upon as wide a range of both reading and lecture material as possible, describe these four categories of social movement consequences: intended internal, unintended internal, intended external, and unintended external. Given that sociology has had the most to say about intended external consequences, your essay should be most detailed on that subtopic: be sure to say which specific factors tend to be the most important in determining a movement’s ability to achieve its intended goals of change in society. Conclude your essay by describing whether social movements really “matter” in generating social change.