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  • Ornament In Ancient Art

    Ornament plays a significant role from the beginning of human art history to now days perhaps to our future as well as we cannot deny its contribution as an aesthetic element to our daily life. We can find ornament through arts of primitive culture that shows how indigenous people tattoo on their skin, homes, caves stone etc. We will deal with the ornament, as a evident from the title itself. The importace of using the ornament in the artistic creation is evident especially in the era of Art…

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  • Body Art In The Workplace Essay

    Body modifications, specifically tattoos and body piercings, have become increasingly popular in modern society; especially among young adults who feel that body art is a form of self-expression. In recent years, tattoos and piercings have become more accepted by the majority of American society, due mainly in part to popular culture glamorizing body art as sort of a fashion accessory. However, the question of whether body art is acceptable in the workplace or not is a whole new ball game. Many…

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  • Body Modifications In The Workplace Essay

    this issue regarding the treatment of body modifications in the workplace. On one side of this issue, there are those who do not find tattoos and piercings appropriate in the workplace, while on the other side, there are those who are impacted because…

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  • Individualism In Workplace

    A tattoo is a mark on an individual 's body which is an ingrained design by inserting pigment punctures into the skin. It is an ancient art that is still expressed to this day and is becoming more common. It is a form of self-expression, a reminder of something, or anything the artwork is portrayed as to the canvas. As it is turning more popular in today’s culture, there is an uproar in the profession spectrum. There is a debate as to rather if having tattoos in the workplace is acceptable, or…

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  • Why Do People Wear Tattoos

    Tattoos are a huge problem in the world today. Everyone I know has tattoos. In the world today, specifically the job world, we do not accept tattoos. Tattoos do not and cannot get you a job because they look “unprofessional” to people. I have two tattoos of my own. These are ways to express yourself, are a form of art, and are used as camouflage. Tattoos are ways to express yourself and who you are. Many people have them. When it comes to getting a job it is hard because people have tattoos…

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  • Tattoo Should Be Allowed In The Workplace

    Tattoos are a controversial subject when it comes to the employer, fellow employees, and EEOC. Just because one believes they have the freedom to do as they want with their bodies does not mean it belongs in the workplace. Tattoos have been around for thousands of years widely used in Indian ceremony’s, then seen as a rebellious act by criminals and rebels around the 1800 to 1900’s, all up to today where it is more widely accepted by most. Per Pew Research Survey, 23 percent of all Americans…

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  • Body Art In Different Cultures

    Warren Surrett NU ID:36533636 April 24th 2015 Body Art in Different Cultures Introduction Body art (body modification) is used differently all around the world to represent aspects of cultures. Arts being practiced, range from a variety of modifications to the body. Some of the most common type of body art are piercing, tattoos, and scarification. These methods are often used as a rites of passage, aesthetic reasons, religious reasons, and to show self-expression. The three different cultures…

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  • On Teenagers And Tattoos, A. Martin MD.

    Teenagers and Tattoos In the article On Teenagers and Tattoos, A. Martin, MD. explains some of the reasons why tattoos and piercings are seemingly gaining more popularity with urban youth. Martin MD makes the point that legislation to curtail professional tattooing of minors, teenagers have turned to homemade or what is referred to as “jailhouse” or “self-made” tattoos (Martin MD, 2012 pg. 320). It is alleged that teenagers may desire to obtain body decoration for a variety of reasons. Some…

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  • Tattoo Marks In Africa

    Laceration, piercing and tattooing of the body is found in many parts of the world, they used to common in Africa but they are phasing out but now it is a major fad in the west. The current craze for tattooing, piercing and other forms of lacerations are not at all new. These are all revived ancient customs. Religious, traditional, decorative and tribal scarification or marks were common in the ancient world too. In some regions every ethnic or tribal group have their unique marks. Sometimes…

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  • Why People Decide To Remove Tattoos Essay

    Why people decide to remove tattoos? Body art removal, also known as laser tattoo removal, is a procedure which can be a solution for people who want to get rid of tattooes which make them uncomfortable. In some cases, reason for removal can be the fact that the person with a tattoo on a specific spot on the body cannot wear some types of clothes. In other cases, tattoos may be modifying beause of skin aging and that may seem odd. Changed lifestyle may also influence someone’s decision to…

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