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tattoos as something as a representation. This justified that both tattooenthusiasts and non-tattoo-enthusiasts, amongst a hundred (100)respondents, decided upon agreeing that tattoos could be arepresentation of a culture or a tribal group(s).45Object 23
Figure 4.12 Frequency and Percentage distribution on the assessmentof the respondents if they think tattoos can be a memorial thing tocommemorate someone or something.In this figure, majority of the tattoo enthusiast respondents,mainly twenty-six (26), strongly agreed with the statement that tattooscan be a memorial thing to commemorate someone or something.While, twenty-two (22) agreed with the statement that it could also bea reason for why people have or get a tattoo(s). Still, there are two (2)who disagreed and none of the tattoo enthusiasts strongly disagreed.On the other hand, sixteen (16) amongst fifty (50) non-tattoo-enthusiasts strongly agreed with the abovementioned statement andtwenty-eight (28) of the non-tattoo-enthusiasts agreed with thestatement. While, there are five (5) who disagreed and only one (1)who strongly disagreed which overall, vindicated the results thattattoo-enthusiasts agreed with the statement as well as the non-tattoo-enthusiasts despite not being a supporter of tattoos.46
Figure 4.13 Frequency and Percentage distribution on the assessmentof the respondents if they think that tattoos are to identify one’sidentity.The statistics displays that eighteen (18) tattoo enthusiastrespondents strongly agreed and believed that tattoos are used toidentify one’s identity. Besides that, twenty-three (23) amongst fifty(50) tattoo enthusiasts agreed also with the statement. Following withseven (7) tattoo enthusiasts who disagreed and two (2) who stronglydisagreed with the statement. On the other hand, with twelve (12) andeighteen (18) non-tattoo-enthusiast respondents overall agreed with47Object 25
the statement. Whilst, eighteen (18) disagreed and three (3) stronglydisagreed with the said statement. Hence, this data justified that tattooenthusiasts strongly believed and stand with their opinions as peoplewho supports with tattooing and not withstanding being non-supporters’ majority of non-tattoo-enthusiasts still agreed also with thestatement.Figure 4.14 Frequency and Percentage distribution on the assessmentof the respondents if they think that tattoos show that one is differentfrom others.48Object 27
In figure 4.14, it shows that ten (10) tattoo enthusiastrespondents chose to strongly agree with the statement and seventeen(17) agreed. Whereas, eighteen (18) disagreed and the other five (5)strongly disagreed. Conversely, three (3) of non-enthusiasts chose tostrongly agree that tattoos show one is different from others andlikewise with tattoo enthusiasts, seventeen (17) said they agreed withthe statement. While majority of non-enthusiasts, mainly twenty-one(21) disagreed and nine (9) strongly disagreed. Generally, the figuredisplays that both tattoo enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts mainlydisagreed that tattoos make one differ from others.

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