- Sensationalism

IB English A: Language & Literature: - Sensationalism

Sensationalism refers to language that appeals to emotions. It exaggerates, over-hypes and attracts attention to controversy. This headline from offers an example of sensationalism: "Palace Fury At D-Day Snub to Queen." Words such as "snub" evoke an emotional response of anger.

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