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    The students will write in their lockers, on the bathroom stall, and on the classroom desks. It’s not every student, but it is a good majority of the students. The staff at the high school always struggle with finding a culprit or culprits of the vandalism, and they have even brought in the police. They have had their own solutions, but with no success. As a solution, the school was under a lockdown policy for several weeks. Students were not allowed to leave any classrooms for any reasons. If…

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    except for my sister’s car, which I was borrowing for the last week and a half of work. My mom told me not to tell anyone which car I was driving, for fear of vandalism occurring to my sister’s car too. I have pictures of these vandalisms. SEE EXHIBIT “F” Photos of Vandalisms. SEE EXHIBIT “G”Request for Video Surveillance for Car Vandalism. Charter prohibits “intentionally damaging” another employee's property on “Charter property including the parking lots”. SEE EXHIBIT “B” Old Employee…

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    Graffiti In Schools

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    school, there are many ways to cut down graffiti acts inside bathrooms, stairwells, and the entire school property. In the past graffiti was not a problem, over time students have been let free to do whatever they want, and deterring these acts of vandalism will improve how students gradually become geniuses of the next generation. The way to terminate graffiti in schools starts by putting a sign in sheet in the lavatory. So, when students undertake doing graffiti the school administration will…

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    boundary between art and vandalism is very arachnoid. The debate about graffiti has been going for decade because people do not understand the difference between creation and destruction. In this article, I am going to give you a better look about graffiti through out two videos which are "Graffiti Fine Art", "Graffiti Verite" and a public art "Biscuit Paint Wall" which I experienced myself. Before we go inside the two videos, we must know what is graffiti and what is vandalism.…

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    Pros And Cons Of Graffiti

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    Why do you call it vandalism when the graffiti gives life to the area and brightens it up. Graffiti is one of the most popular art forms. The subculture surrounding graffiti has existed for several decades, and is still going strong. The reason I support graffiti is because it allows the artist to express themselves in an artistic way instead of stealing, doing drugs or joining a street gang. That’s how some people like to express themselves it also keeps them out of trouble like stealing or…

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    Graffiti As An Art Form

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    living off of it to the many people that consider it to be pure vandalism. The conflict here is the beauty of most graffiti in comparison to what many would consider just a way to ruin the current more respectable forms of street art. This originated as a way for someone to get a certain message out to “…the widest cross-section of the population” (Riechers) but has evolved into something on its own completely. Whether the view is vandalism or artwork, graffiti as a whole will always be found on…

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    Argument Analysis

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    users causes the decrease in the shoppers’ number as well as the increase of litter in vandalism, but there is no evidence to prove the causality. This is a classic case of logical fallacy. Too many other factors may affect the reasoning as well. For example, did the writer consider that the reason of the decreased number of shoppers was the fact that there was an increase in the amount of litter and vandalism? Accordingly, they might be the reason for the slow business in Central Plaza, and not…

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    Graffiti Research Paper

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    billboards and highways which are known to be graffiti. Graffiti is known as designs on public or private property’s walls. Which gives these artists a way of expressing themselves to society. This type of art can be understood in different ways such as vandalism by some and art by others. Although many artist are talented and spend plenty of time on their pieces, society has labeled them as delinquents who damage properties and visually pollute communities. Art has been part of our life since…

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    culture, were alive in the present day. Then suppose that one of these famous artists decided to make a masterpiece on the side of the house or on your wall in your neighborhood. Would Leonardo or Monet’s masterpiece be considered graffiti art or vandalism (Stowers)? Graffiti is a writing or drawing scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place (Oxford Dictionaries). There are those that would consider graffiti not to be art and to be nothing more than…

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    feel that their communities are out of control because of the vandalism in their surrounding, which makes Leonie eager to do something about the problem. Discuss the ways in which the writer uses language techniques to convey her opinion and persuade the audience. ( in your answer you should discuss three to four techniques) Leonie has used frustrated tone towards this article as the first sentence she…

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