People remember strongly emotionalized
stories (Burke, Heuer, & Reisberg, 1992) or photos (Safer, Christianson, Autry, & osterlund, 1998) better than neutral stories or photos.
Mahaffy and others, the affinities between Ireland and the Orient become more emotionalized
Third, there are small groups of highly emotionalized
Christians led and inspired by someone who claims to be a prophet, that is, a person to whom God has supposedly spoken directly.
Additionally, the meaning of race as well as its distinction from the politicized and emotionalized
minority concoction are well articulated in "Race Rules: Navigating the Color Line" (Dyson, 1997).
Finally, but not last in order of importance, Zimring and Hawkins regret the politicized and emotionalized
character of much current criminal justice debate, and struggle to move our thought processes closer to a state of political detachment.
Discarding the typical showing of static hotel accommodations, ELA Advertising pursued an adventurous approach that emotionalized
The Hotel Hanford's essence through creative/surreal storylines, hot music and professional actors.
For making such common people fool, different ideologies, rules, slogans and so many beliefs are created by which, foolish people are emotionalized
and then used by leaders.