- sensationalism (n.)
- 1846 in philosophy, "theory that sensation is the only source of knowledge;" 1865, of journalism that aims to excite the feelings, from sensational + -ism.
- 1. The report criticises the newspaper for sensationalism.
- 2. He took great pains to write on his subject without a trace of sensationalism.
- 3. Chinese Neo - sensationalism was deeply influenced and inherited from Japan Neosensulism.
- 4. The tabloids relied on sensationalism to maintain their circulation.
- 5. They all sourced the problem by reference bias historic description with sensationalism.
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