Punctuation Techniques to Convey Expressiveness (Based on Modern Network Headlines)

The purpose of this article is to study the punctuation techniques of conveying expressiveness used by journalists in network headlines. It is proved that to increase the impact on the reader, journalists use question marks, rhetorical exclamations, parceling, a ‘chopped’ headline, etc. It is concluded that the study of punctuation techniques for conveying expressiveness allows us to better understand the trends that occur in modern journalism.

Parcellation as a Tool Increasing a Newspaper Headline Attraction

The article deals with using parcellation as a tool greatly increasing a newspaper headline attraction. We study how parcellation stylistically converges with other devices and tropes, as well as the language game.