WHAT THE VANDALISM

  • In general meaning  vandalism means doing something without to   getting permission from the authorities.


  • In Kamus Dewan fourth edition, defines vandalism as an act of destroying, damaging public or private  property. As we know that vandalism is are ference to the habit of destroying or damaging public property and possessions of  other people.


  • Vandalism is considered as a form of violence, but in some cases, vandalism is a ritual performed by some people who don’t feel satisfied with the state of society.


by: fatimah ahmad 

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CoMe BaCk

long time i'm not update my  group blog... huhu...  last i'm update blog maybe one month ago... but now i'm come back and i will sharing to all about the type of vandalism... what i know,vandalism have many type but i would share five only...


Graffiti
graffiti is painting or drawing something on the walls of buildings, buses, trains and others
- sometimes graffiti can be interesting and could be categorized as art but it must get 
   permission from authorities before do the  graffiti 

Damage to mailboxes
- mailbox damage it can always categorized as  vandalism
- this is because the postmen  have trouble where they should  sending a letter 
- this problem more on oversea than Malaysia

Destruction of playground equipment
- destruction of playground equipment also the type of vandalism because it one of the
   for the country now because every year authorities need to repair all the facilities at
   playground
- the children's will lose their facilities to play at playground
- family get the problem to forget the place to their children's play in evening

Damage the public phone
- damage the public phone always happens in Malaysia because we can see this problem 
   every place
- maybe all people now use the handphone so they think public phone not relavan because
   who want to use that
- sometimes it make who people want to use public phone come angry because they can't 
   have other option espicially in emergency cases

damaging the toilet
- this problem always happens in school and public toilet
- it make the toilet come very dirty and poorly
- the autorities always repair this facilities every year because toilet the important place


hope you all understand what i wrote... huhu... bye... from fatimah ahmad... 

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VANDALISME CAUSES

 PEER INFLUENCE

Peer influence can lead to vandalism. Young people are more easily affected by imitating their peers. Peer influence is shaping the attitudes, values and behaviors teenagers, especially teenage drop outs and family problems. Typically, young adults teenagers vandalize a group, they do not have goals and ideas emerge when assembled, including scribbling and damaging public property.

PARENTS AND FAMILY
 

The parents were driving to the nature of vandalism among youth. For example, while driving their parents take out the trash or the fruit - citrus fruits like rambutan, and in addition to ignoring the speed limit signs. Some teens are trapped in the symptoms of vandalism came from troubled family or families who practice the culture is negative. According to a study conducted by the youth vandalism grudge who want an independent and set in a troubled family. Besides the lack of proper control and guidance from parents are also among the main factors encouraging teenagers trapped in these negative symptom.


MATERIALISTSTIK AND INDIVIDUALISTIK SOCIETY



Teenagers are the product of a community system. People who do not will eventually produce a not good. Some people are conscious about the matter and did not take care about social issues already complicating the existing problems. According to the study of many problems of vandalism occurred in the city. Adolescents scribbling and damaging public property but not uneducated generation born in the city are difficult to control. In urban areas some people do not care for what is happening around them. Therefore, young people feel that they are free to continue ignoring this negative sense of responsibility to public property.
 
by : Suhaida Saharuddin

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VANDALISM VS ART

people think vandalism but at the same time it are art.....
but why vandalism can't  become art? 
the answer very easy because they can't get the righteousness from who is responsible for use  the site.....
sometimes they need one area to work and to express their love toward art.....





THAT PICTURE HONESLY VANDALISM

BUT HOW THIS PICTURE.... VANDALISM @ ART


THIS PICTURE ARE ART BECAUSE IT ONE THING IS COMMON FOR PUCLIC TRANSPORT TO LOOK BEUTIFUL

based on your idea.... try to  analysis it picture art or vandalism.....
but before analysis.... know that what the vandalism and art...
than you can answer that....
so... try to analysis....
think and always think....
don't judge it from eye.....

by : fatimah ahmad


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MEANING OF VANDALISM





Vandalism is the act of damaging public property by those who are not responsible.


Vandalism is the behaviour attributed originally to the Vandalas, by the Romans, in respect of culture : ruthless destrubation or spoiling of anything beautiful or venerable.


Average stripping act is committed by young people who are affected by culture 'punk'and 'rock' West darts.



by:fatimah ahmad

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Vandalisme

The Vandals, an ancient Germanic people, are associated with senseless destruction as a result of their sack of Rome under King Genseric in 455. During the Enlightenment, Rome was idealized, while the Goths and Vandals were blamed for its destruction. The Vandals may not have been any more destructive than other invaders of ancient times, but they did inspire British poet John Dryden to write, Till Goths, and Vandals, a rude Northern race, Did all the matchless Monuments deface (1694). The term Vandalisme was coined in 1794 by Henri Grégoire, bishop of Blois, to describe the destruction of artwork following the French Revolution. The term was quickly adopted across Europe. This new use of the term was important in colouring the perception of the Vandals from later Late Antiquity, popularising the pre-existing idea that they were a barbaric group with a taste for destruction.[2]

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