Dr. Yuliia Skrynnik

Dr. Yuliia Skrynnik

V. Karazin Kharkiv National University

CV: Yuliia Skrynnik was born in Ukraine in 1993. She is Doctor of Philosophy (Philology), Associate Professor at the English Philology Department of School of Foreign Languages of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. The degree was earned in 2019.

Previous publications include: 1. Skrynnik, J. (2019). Variativity of a speaker’s verbal and non-verbal behavior in English business discourse. In E. Bernardez, J. Jablonska-Hood, K. Stadnyk (Eds.). Cognition in context. New insights into language, culture and the mind. Berlin: Peter Lang GmbH Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 64, 153–161. 2. Skrynnik, Yu.S. (2021). Super-verbal components as discourse-forming medium for social roles. Science and Education. A New Dimension. Philology, 9 (74), Issue 251, 71–76. Her main research interests are in discourse studies, ecolinguistics, verbal and non-verbal communication, sociolinguistics.

RESEARCHGATE: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yuliia_Skrynnik

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7592 4011

LINKEDIN: linkedin.com/in/julia-skrynnik-783911154.

Presentation title: The Notion "Popularity" in the Entertainment Discourse

(together with Professor, Doctor of Science (Philology) Lyudmyla Vasylivna Soloshchuk)

Abstract: The research focuses on revealing the essence of the notion “popularity” in the entertainment discourse based on the research of the lingual and non-lingual behavior of influencers – talk show hosts. “Popularity” as an object of linguistic research is increasingly attracting the attention of scholars studying the linguo-cognitive, communicative-pragmatic, linguo-semiotic, sociolinguistic, linguistic, and gender aspects of its verbalization. Verbal, nonverbal and extra-linguistic means of “popularity” creation on the examples of the influencers’ performances are characterized. The main qualities of popularity are presented in the research on the basis of the examples demonstrating the specific lingual and non-lingual means in the speeches of well-known  English-speaking influencers.