Graffiti: history and nowadays
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Sechrest, L. & Olson, A. (1971... Introduction Graffiti is the defacing of public property by either writing, symbols or murals. Graffiti is widely considered to be a public nuisance. For instance, in New York, there have been widespread enforcement against graffiti artists. It especially enforced against in this city, because of the potential for widespread areas to be affected, due to the...