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Tattoo Youth: Sporting Ink May Mean More Than You Think

About the Course

It is estimated that upwards of 5% of the U.S. population or 1.5 million people have at least one tattoo and the number of new tattoos is ever increasing (Journal of Health). The reasons young people get tattoos vary as much as the different types of tattoos they choose to wear. Should there be concern over tattoos in general? Are there certain types of tattoos that indicate cult, gang, or hate group involvement and if so, what do they look like? Should foster parents be culturally relative about tattoos? These and other provocative questions will be answered in this workshop as we explore the world of Generation Z and tattoos.

Learning Objectives

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