Vita Yurchyshyn


PhD in Philology,

English Instructor


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English Instructor at  English Philology Department, Foreign Languages Faculty, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine

Scientific Degrees:

PhD in Philology

PhD thesis: Linguopragmatic features of satire in British media discourse”. Specialty 0-35 – Philology

Academic interests:

Pragmatics, cognitive linguistics, media linguistics, methods of teaching English


2006 – 2011  – student at Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (Faculty of Romance and Germanic Philology)

2019 – 2021 –  student of the graduate School at Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (speciality 035-philology)


2011 – 2019– teacher at Ivano-Frankivsk Specialized School of I-III degrees Nr.1 for Intensified Studies of English language

October 2020 – present  – member of the Department of English Philology


Practical Course of English 4nd year

Practical Course of English as a Second Foreign Language 3rd  year

Practical Grammar 1st year

    1. Yurchyshyn, V. (2020). The Role of Contextual sources in Interpretation of Satirical Utterances in British Media Discourse. Linguopragmatic Approach. International Humanitarian University Herald. Philology,2(46), 206-210. DOI: 10.32841/2409-1154.2020.46-2.49
    2. Yurchyshyn, V. (2021). Means of Realisation of structural Elements of Satire in British Media Discourse (Based on P/.Simpson’s Methodology) Scientific notes of V. I. Vernadsky Taurida National University, Series: Philology. Journalism,2 (1), 2021. DOI: 10.32838/2710-4656/2021.1-2/41
    3. Yurchyshyn, V. (2021).  Linguopragmatic means of satirical methods realisation in British media discourse.Writings in Romance-Germanic Philology, 1(46), 135–149.DOI: 10.18524/2307-4604.2021.1(46).234407
    1. Yurchyshyn, V. (2021). Types of Satire Interpretation in British Media discourse Synopsis: Text Context Media,27(2), 77–85. DOI: 10.28925/2311-259x.2021.2.6
    2. Yurchyshyn, V. (2021). Linguopragmatic Features of Persuasive Power of Satire Based on Private Eye Magazine. European Scientific Journal, ESJ17(24), 10. DOI: 10.19044/esj.2021.v17n24p10
    3. Yurchyshyn V. Incongruity as a  means  of  creation  of  the  dialectic  element  of  satire  in  British  media  discourse. Current  Issues  of  Foreign  Philology,  17,  88–93, DOI: 10.32782/2410-0927-2022-17-13
    4. Matiiash-Hnediuk I., Yurchyshyn V. (2023) Adjacency pairs and preferences in the dialogues of British dramas (using methods of conversational analysis) Linguopragmatic Approach. International Humanitarian University Herald. Philology,59 (2), 102-107. DOI: 10.32841/2409-1154.2023.59.2.23
    5. Yurchyshyn V. (2023) Linguopragamatic characteristics of satire as echo metarepresentation. Folium. №2, 72-77. DOI: 10.32782/folium/2023.2.11