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Graffiti: moyen de communication sans frontières

Publicația: Annals of „Valahia” University of Târgovişte. Letters Section, IX (2), p. 14
Editura:Valahia University Press
Rezumat:From their earliest age, children like to draw on the walls and everywhere, so sometimes, parents do not know how to stop them. There is a natural human disposition to communication through activities like engravings, sculptures, scratches, drawings applied to walls, trees, rocks and other kind of surfaces. Graffiti’s story overlaps with mankind that, along its evolution, has developed multiple types of graffiti. They swing between document and leisure, between sense and non-sense, between vandalism and art. As a deviant manifestation, vandalism has been identified in the late 18th century, when the term itself was invented to stand for this kind of reproachful conduct. Graffiti is a social behaviour, a way of life, a manifestation, more or less aggressive. The anti-graffiti campaign takes various forms and intensities. In this context, young people grow and live, being attracted by the models, driven by a strong desire to immitate and overcome the ancestral impulses to which they must resist in order not to enter in conflict with the law. It appears that the multiple scientific approaches to education have some limits as long as children are advised on what they are supposed “not to do”, and almost never what “to do”, especially when it comes to natural tendency, as is proved by the history of mankind.
Cuvinte-cheie:graffiti, communication, vandalism, the anti-graffiti campaign
Limba: franceză

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