Department of Journalism (formerly titled as Department of Journalistic Work, Advertising and Public Relations) was established in 2002. It has two laboratories: "Television Journalism Educational Laboratory" and "Educational Laboratory of Internet Radio «University» and New Media".
Head - Yulia LYUBCHENKO - PhD in Social Communication.
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Staff of the Department
Viktor KOSTYUK - Ph.D. in Pedagogics, Associate Professor, Head of Department, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Journalism for Academic Affairs.
In 1981 Viktor Kostyuk has graduated from the Sumy Anton Makarenko State Pedagogical Institute (specialty "Ukrainian language and literature"), in 2004 has graduated from the Zaporizhzhya State University (specialty "Journalism").
He worked as a teacher and the school Director. On the main work in the ZNU he is since 2000. The total teaching experience is 34 years.
Viktor Kostyuk was awarded with the medal of the Ministry of Education and Science "Excellence in Education of Ukraine".
In 1999 he has defended his dissertation "Creative Self-Identity in the Educational Process". By the theme of his dissertation he has published a scientific monograph.
Viktor Kostyuk is an author of more than 50 scientific articles. Research interests: journalism education, media literacy, functioning of regional media.
In 2007 during the half of month Viktor Kostyuk passed the internship program of the State Department of the United States "Journalistic Education in the USA".
He is an author of manuals of disciplines "Introduction to Specialty", "Theory and Methods of Journalistic Work" and guidelines for training and conducting of the journalism students’ professional practice.
Main courses: "Introduction to speciality", "Radio Industry", "Methods of Teaching in the Field", "Pedagogical Skills", "Chernobyl Journalism".
Oleg SINEOKIY - PhD, Lecturer, Professor.
He graduated from the Ukrainian State Law Academy (Kharkiv), specialty "Jurisprudence". In the 1990s Oleg Sineokiy served as investigator, prosecutor-criminalist, Head of Сriminologic Department in Public Prosecutor's Office of Zaporizhzhya Region.
Since 2001 he has been teaching. He worked at the Juridical Faculty of the Zaporizhzhya National University, now works as a professor of journalism running from September 2013.
In the near future Oleg Sineokiy is going to defend the doctoral dissertation under the title "Mass Recording in Cultural Communications (The Eastern European Experience of Rock Music Records)".
His first publications refer to 1987-1988 years (when he worked as a war correspondent in Baltic Military District). The author's scientific heritage is over 350 publications - 8 monographs, 18 educational and scientific books (3 of which are labeled with MES of Ukraine), more than 300 articles, among which about 50 are published in foreign scientific journals.
As the author has developed a special course "Legal Journalism", which was introduced in the educational process in the 2014/2015 academic year.
Today Oleg Sineokiy is a member of the editorial board and public representative of foreign scientific journal "Scientific Letter of Academic Society of Michal Baludansky" (Kosice, Slovak Republic). He collaborates with Russian publishers of musical literature as a rock journalist.
Main courses: "Legal Journalism", "Right in Advertising and Public Relations", "Right of Publisher and Editor", "TV Management".
Yuri BOTNER - Senior Lecturer.
Yuri Botner is Honored Journalist of Ukraine, member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine.
He worked as a journalist for the regional radio and television, journalist and deputy editor of the regional newspaper "Industrialnoye Zaporozhye", literary editor of the newspaper "Zaporiz’ka Pravda", deputy editor of the newspaper "Zaporiz’ka Sich", for several years headed the edition "Nash Gorod". In general he has over 45 years of journalistic experience.
Yuri Botner is an author of many resonance publications in regional, national and international media. But the closest to his work are the journalistic articles, reports and interviews with prominent personalities of art, culture and politics.
Since 2003 Yuri Botner teaches at the Zaporizhzhya National University. He tries to convey his experience to many pupils. Many of them are already well known and reputable journalists of the region and the whole Ukraine.
Main courses: "Journalistic Skills", "Journalistic Profession", "Social and Ethical Norms of Extreme Journalism".
Natalia MANAKINA – Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor.
In 1978 Natalia Manakina has graduated the Kirovograd State Pedagogical Institute (specialty "Russian Language and Literature"); in 1989 she has defended his dissertation on specialty "Russian Language" in the Odessa National University. Until 2004 she worked as assistant professor of Russian at Kirovograd State Pedagogical Institute.
As a scholar and teacher of Russian as foreign she was hired by the universities of Laos, China, USA, Bulgaria and Serbia.
Since 2004 Natalia Manakina works at the Zaporizhzhya National University. She teaches disciplines: "The Russian language in the Mass Media", "Media and Intercultural Communication".
She is an author of over 60 scientific and educational works (including textbooks, dictionaries of the history of Russian as a foreign language, the Russian in the media).
Alla TERNOVA - Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor.
In 1997 Alla Ternova has graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the ZSU. In 2009 she has defended her dissertation, the same year received a diploma of academic degree Ph.D. - "Doctor of Philosophy". In 2013 she was on probation at the School of Journalism of the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy".
She teaches since 1993. During the 2001-2013 she was the Head of Television Journalism Educational Laboratory of ZNU.
She is an author of a series of programs on the student radio "Universe" (2001-2004), radio station "Sonata" (2005), Zaporizhzhya representation of "Channel 5" (2007), creative head of TV projects on the student TV studio "Universe-TV" (2004-20015) , co-author of 40 educational TV broadcasts on ZODTRK (2013-2014).
Alla Ternova is an author of over 30 scientific articles published in Ukrainian and foreign professional journals. Her research interests: innovative technology and hardware of media, the organization and methods of creation of the author’s audiovisual product, the dynamics of speech processes in the media and the forming of the individual author's style.
She has issued a number of guidelines and methodologies, including "Leading Student Television News" (2009), "The Press Service and Information Agency" (2010), "Foreign News Agencies" (2010), "TV production" (2015).
Main courses: "TV production", "Live Television Broadcasting", "Technology of Audiovisual Product", "Press Services and Information Agencies".
Pavlo MIROSHNYCHENKO - Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor.
In 1998 Pavlo Miroshnychenko has graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the ZSU, in 1999 – the magistracy.
Since 1997 he worked at ridostations "Universe", "Nostalgie", "Music Radio" (Kyiv), "Panorama of News" (Kyiv) as an DJ of musical ether, youth programs editor, chief Editor, correspondent. Pavlo Miroshnychenko is a member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine and the Independent Media Trade Union of Ukraine.
In 2002 he has defended his dissertation. He is an author of over 40 scientific works on literary criticism and media study, and three textbooks: "The Features of Modern Radio Programming" (2007), "Speechwriting" (2010), "The Audience of Audiovisual Media" (2013).
Since 2014 he enrolled in a doctoral program at the Journalism Institute of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Research Interests: language of media (including socio and psycholinguistic approaches to the study of radio broadcasting), language and media pictures of the world, the radiophonicness of journalist speech and others.
Main courses: professional disciplines of Radio Journalism, "Language and Speech Technology", "Sociology of Mass Communication", "Sociology of Public Opinion".
Myroslava CHABANENKO - PhD in Social Communication, Associate Professor.
In 1990 Myroslava Chabanenko has graduated from the Faculty of Romance and Germanic Languages of the ZSU. After working as a school teacher of English in Melitopol she worked in a press media: in the newspapers "Zaporiz’ka Sich" and "Zaporiz’ka Pravda" as a proofreader, deputy executive secretary, reporter, correspondent and columnist. She is a member of the Union of Journalists of Ukraine.
In 2005-2006 she served as Director of newly created the Press Centre of the ZNU.
In 2006-2007 Myroslava Chabanenko was a participant of International Seminar "Establishing Media Literacy in Post-Communist Universities" under the project of the Open Society Institute (OSI), organized by Towson University (Baltimore, USA), School of Journalism of Kyiv Mohyla Academy and Ivan Franko Lviv National University.
In 2010 she has defended her candidate dissertation "Internet Publications in Ukraine: Formation and Features of Development".
In 2011 Myroslava Chabanenko attended the training under the project "Improving the Quality of Professional Education of New Media and Communication Technologies in Regional Schools", conducted by the Institute of Journalism of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and the International Fund "Renaissance". She participated in the preparation of a set of training programs for specialties "Journalism", "Publishing and Editing", "Advertising and Public Relations", which was published under the title "New Media and Communication Technologies".
In 2011-2012 she studied at the trainings under the project of Charitable Fund "Development of Ukraine" and the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" "Digital Media in the Universities". She participated in the development of industry-standard of higher education in Ukraine in qualification "Journalist of Multimedia Publications of Media". As a part of this activity, she visited a workshop on writing modules and learning outcomes for the specialty "Journalist of Multimedia Publications" under the project "Passport profession" held under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Confederation of Employers of Ukraine and the Charitable Fund "Development of Ukraine" (2013).
Myroslava Chabanenko is an author of numerous journalistic materials, more than 30 scientific articles and theses, 12 popular-science and media-critical articles, as well as scientific monograph "Online Media as a Part of the Media System of Ukraine". Research interests: the features of modern media sphere, the functioning of the new media, epistemological function of journalism, semiotics of the media space.
She has issued the guidelines "Newspaper and Magazine Production", "Online Journalism", manuals "The Work of Journalist in Online Media," "Fundamentals of Online Journalism". She also conducts her own teaching site mv.zp.ua.
Main courses: "Agency Journalism", "Newspaper and Magazine Production", "Basics of Online Journalism", "Website as Online Media", "Multimedia in Online Journalism".
Yulia LYUBCHENKO - PhD in Social Communication, Associate Professor.
She graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the ZNU (specialty "Journalism").
During the 1999-2008 Yulia Lyubchenko worked at the radio "Universe" and the TV channel "Alex" as an editor of information service and correspondent.
In 2008-2011 she was an editor of the web portal "Porogy".
In 2012 Yulia Lyubchenko has defended her candidate dissertation "Means of Expression of Radio Journalism: Pragmatic and Cognitive Aspects".
She is an author of over 20 scientific publications. Research interests: the modern radio broadcasting, the means of expression of radio journalism, news journalism.
Main courses: professional disciplines of journalism, namely "Informational Radio Broadcasting", "Live Ether Radio", "Music Editor on Radio", "Radio Menedzhment", "Agency Journalism".
Kateryna SIRINYOK-DOLHAROVA - PhD in Social Communication, Associate Professor.
She graduated with honors from Masters of the Faculty of Journalism of the ZNU. She was a head of the Science Students' Society from 2007 to 2008. She participated in various academic and training programs and internships. She studied at Graceland University (USA), where she studied journalism and mass communication from program of academic exchange US State Department UGRAD, administered by the International Research and Exchanges Board IREX.
Katerina Sirinyok-Dolgaryova participated in the international program "Partnership for Democracy" (Rzeszów, Poland, 2007), international conferences and readings in Moscow State University M. Lomonosova (Moscow, Russia, 2009), Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus, 2010) and others.
She entered the postgraduate school of Journalism Institute of Kyiv National University Taras Shevchenko in 2008. She has defended PhD dissertation on "Globalization of World News Discourse (for Example, Internet Media UK, USA, India and Australia)" in October 2011.
Katerina Sirinyok-Dolgaryova is an author of 20 scientific articles in the field of social communications in Ukrainian, Russian and English and the book "Global News Discourse: Trends of Functioning of English-Speaking Online Media" (Kyiv, Zaporizhzhya, 2012).
She teaches courses: "New Media", "Advertising and Public Relations on the Internet" course "Public Broadcasting: the European Experience".
Research interests: media globalization, global journalism, media advertising, online media, media management.
She traineeship of Program Professional Development Program for young researchers to them. Fulbright (Fulbright Faculty Development Program) at Southern Illinois University, USA (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, USA) in 2013-2014. Katerina Sirinyok-Dolgaryova examines experience with American colleagues teaching subjects Master-level specialization "Media management and professional media".
Natalia VYHOVS’KA - Senior Lecturer.
In 2000 Natalia Vygovs’ka has graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the ZNU. At the same time she has received two additional educations: journalism (1995-1999, ZSU) and translator (English, 1996-1999, ZSU). From 2007 to 2009 she studied at the International Institute of Business (Kyiv). Her second higher education is economist, specialist in marketing.
In 2014 she has graduated from Classical Private University (Zaporizhzhya). The theme of her candidate dissertation is "Multimedia and Convergence as the Factors of the Regional Media Transformation".
In 2011-2012 Natalia Vygovs’ka studied for the program DMU ("Digital Media for Universities"), launched by the Kyiv-Mohyla School of Journalism and Rinat Akhmetov Charitable Fund "Development of Ukraine".
In 2012 she has graduated from the program "Improving the Quality of Professional Education of New Media and Communication Technologies in Regional Schools" (Institute of Journalism of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and the International Fund "Renaissance").
In 2013 Natalia Vygovs’ka was trained in the program "Management of Convergent Newsroom and New Technologies for New (Convergent) Media" (U-Media, Internews Network, RPDI), she has completed the study in the programme "Anti-corruption investigative journalism in South Ukraine. The experience of Poland and Ukraine" (RPDI).
In 2014 Natalia Vygovs’ka has successfully completed the 5-week distance course "Data Driven Journalism MOOC: Doing Journalism with Data".
She is in journalism since 2000. She worked in the newspapers "Industrialnoye Zaporozhye" (correspondent, 2000-2002) "MIG" (correspondent, 2002-2005), "Ostrov Svobody" (CEO, Chief-in-Editor, 2005-2010).
Since 2010 she is a regular author of online edition "Telekrytyka".
Since 2014 she is a regional representative of the Institute of Mass Information in Zaporizhzhya region.
Natalia Vygovs’ka is an author and head of the local projects "School of Investigative Journalism", "Multimedia Laboratory for Multimedia Skills of Journalists-beginners", "Stop Manipulation!".
She is a chairman of public organization "Union of Young Independent Journalists".
Natalia Vygovs’ka is a participant of several internships: Poland (2000, 2004), Belgium (2005), Germany (2009), Italy (2014).
She is an author of near 10 scientific articles. Research interests: the regional media, the investigative journalism, convergence in journalism. Main courses: "Investigative Journalism", "New Media", "Analytical Journalism", "Internet-Specialization. Convergent Newsroom".
Natalia LOGVYNENKO - Assistant. Head of Educational Laboratory of Internet Radio "University" and New Media.
She has graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the ZSU. Since 1997 Natalia Logvynenko worked at rido stations "Universe", "Nostalgie" as a presenter of music ether, an editor of youth programs, an editor of news service, correspondent.
She has an experience of work in the print media (newspapers "Ostrov Svobody" and "Dneprovskiy Metallurg") as reporter, the executive secretary.
Natalia Logvynenko is a member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine.
Tatiana ROGOVA - Assistant. Head of Television Journalism Educational Laboratory.
In 2012 Tatiana Rogova has graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of the ZNU. Since 2013 she studies as a postgraduate at the Institute of Journalism of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, specialty "Theory and History of Social Communication". She works on the candidate dissertation "Image Properties of Presenters of Infotainment Programmes of Ukraine".
She has about ten scientific publications, including in foreign editions. Research interests: the work of presenters, television sphere, the entertainment type of speech, journalist image.
Main courses: "Studio Workshop", "TV Production", "Television Genres".
Julia BEZOTOSNA - Senior Laboratory Assistant.
In 2009 Julia Bezotosna has received a bachelor's degree (the direction of training - "Journalism", qualification - "Specialist of Publishing and Editing"); in 2010 she has graduated from the magistracy of Faculty of Journalism of the ZNU (specialty "Journalism"). In the same year she has entered the graduate school of Classic Private University, specialty 27.00.04 - "Theory and History of Journalism".
Her future dissertation is devoted to the information and pictorial system of the modern magazine periodicals.
Main courses: "Magazines on the Market of the Press", "Newspaper and Magazine Production", "Artistic and Technical Design of the Newspaper".