PHD in Linguistics,
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Prof. Ye.A. Selivanova's Scientific Works.



    Monographs and Textbooks.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Modern Linguistics: Branches and Problems: Textbook / MES of Ukraine. Poltava-Kiev, 2008. 712 p.
    Chief branches of the world linguistics with regard to the modern pagadigmatic space of humanitarian knowledge are systematized and analyzed in the textbook in the native linguistics for the first time. There revealed traditional linguistic disciplines, the categorical and notional apparatus of which is relatively accepted, as well as new linguistic branches such as lingomethodology, linguoculturology, cognitive linguistics, linguoconceptology, applied linguistics, theory of speech effect, political linguistics, neurolinguistic programming, crosscultural communication, discourse study, etc. Key problems, notions, debatable questions are analyzed within the frames of each branch explored in the textbook. Special attention is paid to the methodological basics of modern linguistics: cognitive stimuli, principles and procedures of research activity. Challenging questions and creative tasks, lists of bibliography sources placed in the end of the textbook chapters, will help widening sphere of knowledge and forming skills in analyzing problems of these branches. The textbook is meant for university students of Philology Schools, as well as for postgraduate students and lecturers.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Modern Linguistics: Terminological Encyclopaedia. Poltava-Kiev, 2006. 716 p.
    The encyclopaedia contains definitions of 1290 terms and notions of the traditional and latest linguistic branches. Special attention is paid to the terminology of marginal linguistic disciplines. Many terms and notions are presented in the encyclopedic variant for the first time. The articles represent term etymology, chronology of notion appearance and development, analysis of debatable questions and key problems of correspondent linguistic disciplines; contemporary state of exploration, major features and types of the regarded notions; their synonymic and antonymic correlates, English equivalents. The book is the first linguistic encyclopaedia in Ukrainian linguistics.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Essays in Ukrainian Phraseology (Psychocognitive and Ethnocultural Aspects). Kiev, 2004. 276 p.
    The monograph represents the authors methods of investigating motivation of phraseological units with projection on cognitive models of knowledge structure, describes a new typology of phraseological formation (propositional, associative metaphorical, comparative integrative, modus, and mixed motivation types). Ukrainian phrasemes of different ethnoconsciousness codes (somatic, sensory, axiological, spiritual, zoomorphic, special, etc) are analyzed considering the peculiarities of reflection in the language phraseological fond of the Ukrainian ethnic traditions, customs, cultural norms, and values. The characteristic features of forming paradoxical phraseological units, as well as discourse nature of Ukrainian riddle as a speech genre, are enlightened.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Fundamentals of Linguistic Theory of the Text and Communication: Monographic Textbook. Kiev, 2002. 336 p.
    In the monograph the author explores the integrative theory of text communication corresponding different aspects of dialoguicity: ontological, cultural semiotic, interactive, lingual, and inner textual. The author suggests the model of text communication which is based on M. Bakhtins concept of dialoguicity of humanitarian cognition, semiotic explorations of Moscow-Tartu school, basics of modern psycholinguistics, linguopragmatics, hermenautics, text theory, etc. The new typology of text and discourse categories, methods of describing cognitive text and discourse map, method of dialogical text interpretation are presented in the book.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Cognitive Onomasiology. Monograph. Kiev, 2000. 248 p.
    The monograph suggests the authors programme of investigating nominative subsystem of the language, nomination processes with regard to the theoretical potential of the latest branches of modern linguistics. The author has explored methods of cognitive-onomasiological analysis of motivation of different nominative classes, based on the new conception of motivation as a through linguopsychomental operation of ethnoconsciousness which results in formation of onomasiological structures of linguistic units. A new typology of motivational relations with regard to the projection of onomasiological structures on conceptual models is substantiated. Besides, the problem of the connection of a nominative structure and text as a macrosign is characterised.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Acute Branches of Modern Linguistics (analytical review). Kiev, 1999. 148 p.
    The textbook contains a brief analytical review of the acute and perspective branches of modern linguistics: semasiology, onomasiology, psycholinguistics, ethnolinguistics, cognitive and functional linguistics, text theory, and communication. Major trends, problems, debatable questions of these branches are revealed.
  • Selivanova, Ye.A. Compound Word: Lingual Models of the World (Fundamentals of Comparative Compositology of the Russian and Ukrainian Languages). Cherkassy, 1996. 297 p.
    The monograph focuses on the investigation of the nominative nature of Russian and Ukrainian compounds. The author suggests a new classification of composition types, based on the propositional projection of the onomasiological marks (Motivators) of a compound. The monograph reveals the functions of a compound nominative structure in fiction, their equivalency in the two languages and correspondence in translation.


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