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Tattoos and Teenagers David Alvarez ENC 1102, Gillette September 11, 2009 Rhetorical Essay Many teenagers in today’s society feel the need to express themselves in unusual
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ways such as tattoos, piercings, or clothing styles. It has become a leading fashion style in America, and it is so common to get one, many people do not even think twice when they see one. Each tattoo resembles something different; each one has a story. However, it is sometimes just a fad, and has no longer become something permanent. Tattoos in modern times have not become a mark of permanency anymore. According to the American Society of Dermatological Surgery, nearly 50% of Americans want to remove of their tattoo. These are some of the points Dr. Andres Martin made in a 1997 article entitled “On Teenagers and Tattoos” published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry . In this article, Martin analyzes what he thinks are the reasons behind the teenage obsession towards tattoos. He states several reasons that I agree with,
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