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Let's take a look at some examples of campaigns that use scare tactics.
  • DUI Danger Ads. Driving under the influence can result in more than simply having a company like Low Cost Interlock install a breathalyzer in your car. ...
  • Anti-Smoking Ads. ...
  • Ads That Tug at the Heart.
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(also known as: argumentum ad metum, argument from adverse consequences, scare tactics). Description: When fear, not based on evidence or reason, ...
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But, this is based on the emotion of fear rather than a logical reason to support your point of view. Examples of Appeal to Fear: 1. My mom is this school's ...
This type of fallacy uses scare tactics to justify a sketchy point of view. Appeals to fear are not based on logic. For example, your big brother wants to ...
Sep 20, 2017 ˇ Examples of appeal to fear. 1) Smoking kills in many ways … quit smoking right now! X (death) is something to fear; therefore Y (stopping ...
Fearmongering or scaremongering is a form of manipulation which causes fear by using exaggerated rumors of impending danger. Contents. 1 Theory; 2 Examples ... "Fearmonger" and "Scare tactics" redirect here.