Sensationalism in a Sentence  đź”Š

Definition of Sensationalism

the presentation of stories by a journalist in a way that excites people emotionally, often at the expense of the truth or honesty

Examples of Sensationalism in a sentence

Feeding off the celebrity’s latest scandal, the article was full of sensationalism and exaggerations.  đź”Š

The magazine’s exercises in sensationalism are an insult to the reader’s intelligence.  đź”Š

Visual aids and sound effects added to the video’s sensationalism and melodrama.  đź”Š

Shock tactics and sensationalism are the journalist’s specialty as he plays on people’s emotions and not reasoning.  đź”Š

The newspaper’s human interest pieces bordered the line of sensationalism, exaggerating the truth and tugging on heart strings.  đź”Š

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