Here in Denmark, we have a tabloid newspaper (which will remain unnamed) which is infamous for, among other things, its ever-present writing mistakes, to the point that it almost seems intentional.
I recently became aware that certain American tabloid newspapers make exactly the same kind of writing mistake very often, namely repeating the conjunction in a sentence.
A good example would be the intentional mistake I included in the title of this question; "The use of of repeated conjunction by tabloids".
This got me thinking; Perhaps it is no mistake but actually intentional?
One reason I have been thinking that it might be intentional is that when I encounter a mistake like this one (repeated conjunction) I find myself reading the sentence two or three times before concluding that it must be a mistake, and also the fact that I get really annoyed by it tends to make the article stick in my memory.
So I was hoping that someone here could shed some light on this and perhaps confirm or dispute my suspicion, and in the case that I am right that it is intentional perhaps someone could point me to some academic papers on the subject.