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. (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. (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
  4. 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
  5. 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