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Sensationalism and culture of disaster Meanwhile, as these relatives of threat perceptions tend to stay in the unconscious 25 Besides not apparently need further explanation that exposure graphic blood and death, usually received with great play in the offices of drafting and sensationalist tabloid publications, a derivative of journalism sensationalist, or as expressed by a young communicologist "[the] natural disasters [including events, make up] the red note (Reyes, D. 2004: 19). Or if you want to hear this more direct Tomas Rojas (former director of the newspaper of Mexico City: La Prensa) "The note is red the livelihood of sensationalism " 26 . Indeed, the yellow becomes larger truths Big Lies (Cruz, G. 2004), in that sense, during the late eighties and ninety 27 sensationalist tabloids were responsible for disseminating ideas about Earth violent and incapable man among the people of little education, it is assumed that the sensationalist journalism is characterized by a touch of yellow journalism and sensationalism manages to call the attention of readers (Cruz, E. 2002: 37) and since the onset of
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  • Spring '11
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  • Yellow journalism, Tabloid, CRUZ, Sensationalism, sensationalist tabloid publications, sensationalist tabloid ranks

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