Yuriy Zaliznyak

Посада: Доцент, New Media Department

Науковий ступінь: кандидат філологічних наук

Вчене звання: доцент

Телефон (робочий): (032) 239-44-84

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  1. “American print press about Ukrainian president’s inauguration: in-depth analysis of story coverage sufficiency.” NU LP. Ser. Zhurn. Nauky. 2020: № 4. – P.108-116
  2. “Zelenskiy is not Trump, but Mendel is almost Peskov+Zaharova”: Detector Kyiv. 2019
  3. “Journalists, society and the self-sufficient tail”: Detector Kyiv. 2019
  4. “Peculiarities of the American Print Media Coverage of Russian-Ukrainian Conflict in the Kerch Strait of 2018.” Lviv. Univ., Ser. Zhurn. 2019: 46; 252–264 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30970/vjo.2018.44.9326
  5. “Russian Crime(A): American press and the first week of a new escalation in Ukraine”: Media critics. Lviv. 2018
  6. “Informational modified organisms and news wage as a chance for individual and social health”: Media critics. Lviv. 2018
  7. “News me, fake me, save me, slave me”: Detector Kyiv. 2018
  8. “Tranai is ours: Fake news, grateful audiences and proper journalists as a guarantee of a successful state’s life in the post-truth”: Media critics. Lviv. 2018
  9. “Russian world’s fundamentalism aggression against Ukraine as a challenge for modern journalism standards ”: Polityka i Społeczeństwo, vol 1 (15), Rzeszów University. 2017. pp. 171-184
  10. “Information security and Russian aggression: Ukraine–EU–NATO hybrid response to hybrid war”, Yearbook of the Institute of East-Central Europe, vol. 14, no. 2, 2016, pp. 23-42
  11. “Social networks’ algorithm commercialization as a threat to the strength of weak ties among people”: Media critics. Lviv. 2016
  12. “Media insight into war: impact on electoral credibility in parliamentary election campaign of 2014 in Ukraine”: Media w kampaniach wyborczych. – Rzeszów. 2016. pp. 241–253
  13. “Infographics: story in images and no other words”/Network journalism:
    special courses. Tutorial. pp. 9-28. Lviv. 2015
  14. “Cultural relativism and community journalism: Snapshots of the State of Community Journalism in Five Developing Nations”/Community Journalism 5, 1 (2015, in press). Beatriz Lovo Reichman, Anand Pradhan, Sleiman El Bssawmai, Carole Phiri-Chibbonta, and Bill Reader
  15. “Infographics as a response to quick time emergencies in the informational context”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2015
  16. “Social networks profile of Russian invaders as evidence of aggression against Ukraine”: Media critics. Lviv. 2014
  17. “The New Media of EuroMaidan: Online Instruments to Defend Democracy in Ukraine”: Opole, 2014
  18. “Community journalism: American experience and the chance for Ukraine in WEB 2.0 era”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2013
  19. “Journalism of Social Networks: “Like” is not the only thing that matters”: Media critics. Lviv. 2013
  20. “The confrontation of ideologies in publiсistic works of Ivan Bagryany”: 2013.
  21. “Social media as a tool of social and political transformations in a state”: Magisterium, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. 2012
  22. “Role of social media in the context of social transformations”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2012
  23. “Display of Holodomor issues in the international media: Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine.” Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2012, P. 336-346
  24. “Pulitzer Prize for Stalin apologist W. Duranty: return to the problem : Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine.” Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2012, P. 346-353
  25. “Western governments under the influence of “the Moscow shadow” in the context of the Holodomor: Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine.” Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2012, P. 353-369
  26. “Sarajevo – Gliwice – Lviv?”: Ukrainska Pravda. 2011
  27. “Czech Republic as a place for refuges from post-totalitarizm”: Ukrainska Pravda. 2011
  28. “Draft on revitalization of Ukrainian democracy or what Jean-Francois Revel said”: Ukrainska Pravda. 2011
  29. “Ruin on lies”: Ukrainska Pravda. 2011
  30. “Our only reform to overcome their “stability”: Ukrainska Pravda. 2011
  31. “Without intent on the own judgment”: Ukrainska Pravda. 2011
  32. “Fear in journalism: destructor and stimulus of social changes”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2011
  33. “Humanistic ideals” as a regional integration basis of Europe in the Tomash Masaryk publicism: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2011
  34. “Market, culture and social order: publicistic vision of modern times value dispositions”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2010
  35. “The truth of  Robert’s Conquest “Reflections on a Ravaged Century” : Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.  2008
  36. “Cultural captivity of Czechoslovakia in the context of soviet totalitarianism expansion to the territory of Central- Eastern  Europe”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2006
  37. “Tendencies of world development under conditions of market liberalism in the modern publisism”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2006
  38. “The paradigm of national information space in Ukraine in the context of globalization”: National University in Zaporizhia. 2005
  39. “Moral publisism of Ivan Dzuba in the context of the world global development”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2004
  40. “The paradigm of reality reflection by the BBC journalists against the background of informational processes in Ukraine”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2004
  41. “Post totalitarian visions of the nation and humankind development in the publisistic works of Vaclav Havel”: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. 2004
  42. “Commandant Hour for freedom of press”: Media critics. Lviv. 2003



Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine                                             2002-2005

PhD in Journalism

Thesis defense: Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine                           March 2007


Topic: “Ethical intellectualism in publicistic writings of Ivan Dziuba and Vaclav Gavel”.

Comparative analysis of ethical and intellectual components in Dziuba’s and Gavel’s publicistic writings. Their ethical intellectualism has deep national and Christian roots. Emphasis on analysis of publicistic criticism of new post-communism world order that Dziuba and Gavel call neo-totalitarianism


Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine                                             1997-2002

MA (Specialist) in International Journalism



Associate Professor (part-time), Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Lviv Polytechnic National University                                                                                2019-present

Courses: Mass-Media techniques, Journalism practicum


Associate Professor, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine               2010-present

Courses: Mass-Media techniques, Social networks journalism, The modern design of Mass-Media, Infographics of news design, Journalism practicum


Assistant Professor, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine               2006-2010


Head, News Department, Radio “Duzhe Radio”, Lviv                                         2016-2018

International, Ukrainian and local news managing, newsroom organization

and network of correspondents establishment


News Editor and Presenter, Radio “FM Halychyna”, Lviv                                             2011-2016


International News Department Editor, TV and Radio Company “Lux”, Lviv 2001-2005

International and Ukrainian news managing



Fulbright Visiting Scholar – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US)       2018-2019

Community media for political and intercultural dialogue (Kyiv, Ukraine;

Munster, Germany)                                                                                                  2015

SUSI (Ohio University, Athens, OH)                                                                                 2013

Digital media for universities (Kyiv Mohyla Academy)                                          2011-2012

Deutsche Welle internship (Bonn, Germany)                                                                      2005

The Guardian internship (London)                                                                          2003

BBC Ukrainian service internship (Kyiv, London)                                                 2002, 2003


Other professional activities

  • Ukrainian Media E-Learning School – Deutsche Welle Akademie – trainer and coordinator, Kyiv, 2017-2019
  • Drones of Ecology – trainer, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzgorod, 2016
  • Eastern Europe initiatives Congress in Lublin (Poland) – presentation within the panel with colleagues from Poland, Russia and France on “Information security and information warfare in the Eastern Partnership countries”, 2015
  • International seminar “The Political Potential of New Media” – Ivan Franko National University of Lviv 2013/Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg (Germany) 2014
  • Coordinator of Ukrainian research group for international conference Crossing B/Orders, 2013
  • Presentation on AEJMC 2013 conference in Washington D.C. (USA)
  • Lviv Media Forum 2013 – joint student-faculties presentation of New media department;
  • International online seminar “New media and elections” (Ukraine: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Kyiv Mohyla Academy of Kyiv and Poland: Opole and Wroclaw Universities) 2012

Membership in professional associations

Member of National union of journalists of Ukraine since October 2005


Professional honors, awards and fellowships

  • Fulbright Scholar Program 2018 ̶ 2019 (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • Study of the United States Institutes Scholar Program 2013 (Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University)
  • John Smith Fellowship Programme 2003 (UK)

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