Perception of Tattoos at Parkland College
This podcast is the result of an ethnography assignment for Anthropology 103. The group randomly selected students at Parkland College, both with and without tattoos, about their perceptions of tattoos. They found that most students believed that employees should cover their tattoos in the workplace and noted racial and gender bias in the perceived quality and acceptableness of tattoos.
Copyright is owned by the creators of this work.
Frazer, Ellen; Herbert, Bailea; Lee, Andrew A.; and Markou, Kelsey, "Perception of Tattoos at Parkland College" (2014). Ethnographies of Parkland Student Life. 10.
This document is currently not available here.