Koshkarova Natalia


South Ural State University

English proficiency


Code and name of the group of scientific specialties for which the postgraduate student will be accepted

5.9. Philology

(5.9.8. Theoretical, applied and comparative linguistics)

List of research projects of a potential supervisor (participation / leadership)

Supervising postgraduate students, participation in RFBR grants, supervising grants of the scholarship program of the V. Potanin Foundation

List of possible research topics

Political discourse, advertising communication, functional and stylistic features of genres and genre forms



Research Supervisor:

Koshkarova Natalia Nikolaevna

Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department of International Relations, Political Science and Regional Studies of South Ural State University

Title (direction of the international map of science corresponding to the field of study)

Supervisor 's _ research interests (a more detailed description of scientific interests): The theory of speech heat, conflict and cooperative forms of interaction, post-truth and fake news phenomena

Research highlights (if available):


Supervisor's main publications (indicate the total number of publications in journals indexed by Web o fScience, Scopus, RSCI over the past 5 years, write up to 5 of the most significant publications, indicating the imprint):

  1. Nakhimova EA, Koshkarova NN Research into Artistic Image within Linguistic Imagology // Philological Class. – 2020. – 25(2). – pp. 297-302.
  2. Koshkarova NN Lexical and semantic changes as a reflection of Russian speakers' axiological preferences // Voprosy Cognitivnoy Lingvisitki. - 2021. - 3. - pp. 80-88 .
  3. Solopova O.A., Koshkarova N.N. Lexicographic and discursive study of the toponym Chelyabinsk (on the material of the English language) // Questions of lexicography. - 2021. - No. 21. - P. 107-127.
  4. Solopova O. A., Koshkarova N. N., Sibiryakov I. V. The image of Chelyabinsk in the British media discourse of the first half of the 20th century // Bulletin of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia. Series: Theory of language. Semiotics. Semantics . - 2022. - T. 13. - No. 1. - P. 9-26.
  5. Koshkarova N.N., Sibiryakov I.V., Solopova O.A. Cognitive and discursive features of toponyms Yekaterinburg and Chelyabinsk in the British media discourse of the 19th century. // Issues of onomastics. - 2022. - T. 19. - No. 1. - S. 188-200.


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