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An Experimental Study On The Acceptance Of Students Towards People With Tattoo

Volume 4 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition
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Author(s)
Cannery S. Oleza, Jessica T. Carracedo, Christian Jasper C. Nicomedes, Cinderella A. Sta. Cruz
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Abstract
Despite the increasing popularity of tattoo nowadays, the stigma still occurs towards people with inked skin. The researchers aimed to determine the level of acceptance of MMC-CAST students towards people with tattoo. The data gathering was divided into two phases. First, a six-item survey questionnaire determining impression towards people with tattoo was conducted with a total of n=100 respondents. Secondly, an acceptance survey consisting of twenty-two items determining the level of acceptance of the respondents towards people with tattoo was given; and a video of an aid worker woman with a full body tattoo helping a malnourished child in Nigeria was shown. The video served as a treatment used by the researchers shown only on the experimental group. The students were divided into experimental group n=51 and control group n=79, with a total of n=130 respondents. On the actual laboratory experiment, a pre-test and post-test was conducted. The experimental group took a pre-test and watched the video before taking the post-test. The control group did not take the post-test. Results showed a significant difference between the results of pre-test and post-test on the impression and acceptance survey.
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