Вибіркові дисципліни “Філологія” 2021/2022

Дисципліни вільного вибору

Спеціальність: 035 Філологія
Cпеціалізація “035.041 Філологія (Германські мови та літератури (переклад включно))”
Освітня програма: Англійська мова і література та друга іноземна мова
Курс   6  Семестр  11  Навчальний   рік   2021-2022   н.р.
Title of the Study Program English Philology (MA)
Title of the Course Cognitive Linguistics
Faculty, Department Faculty of Foreign Languages,Department of English
Instructor Prof. Dr. Nadia Yesypenko
Address Room 215, Department of English, Chernivtsi National University, 5, Sadova St., Chernivtsi 58003,e-mail: n.yesypenko@chnu.edu.ua
Language of Instruction English
Required Prerequisites BA in English Philology
Suggested Academic Cycle or Year of Studies MA studies (from 1st year of studies)
Semester Fall
ECTS Credits 3
Contact Hours per Week 2
Total number of hours 90 hours: 30contact     hours (lectures); 45 hours of individual students’ work
Compulsory/ Elective Elective
Methods of Teaching Lectures
Form of Assessment Accumulative grade(module test 1 – 20 points, module test 2- 20 points, report/presentation – 20 points)Final test – 40 points

  Course Description
The course aims at introducing students to basic notions of cognitive linguistics. It provides a short historic background of the origin of the science. The course allows students to spot the difference between traditional semantics and cognitive semantics. Some basic mental structures to represent human knowledge are under analysis. Students will be acquainted with the prototype theory by E.Rosch and the theory of metaphorical thinking by George Lakoff. The students get into frame analysis and cultural concept analysis. They learn about the worldview, its elements and forms. Students become aware of culture-specific world-view of the British, American and Ukrainian people. Topics of the course in the spring semester:

  1. Cognitive linguistics: history of its development, aims and methods
  2. Basic notions of cognitive linguistics
  3. Definition of a concept, types of mental units
  4. Cultural concept and its embodiment in language
  5. Conceptualization and categorization
  6. Cultural conceptualizations and their forms
  7. Schemas and their types
  8. Lexical concepts in texts
  9. The notion of ‘worldview’
  10. The worldview and mentality
  11. Cultural concepts of the British and Americans
  12. Cognitive semantics
  13. Prototype theory (E.Rosch)
  14. Metaphors (George Lakoff)
Title of the Study Program English Philology (MA)
Title of the Course Gender Studies
Faculty, Department Faculty of Foreign Languages,Department of English
Instructor Prof. Dr. Oleksandr Kolesnyk
Address Room 215, Department of English, Chernivtsi National University, 5, Sadova St., Chernivtsi 58003,e-mail: n.yesypenko@chnu.edu.ua
Language of Instruction English
Required Prerequisites BA in English Philology
Suggested Academic Cycle or Year of Studies MA studies (from 1st year of studies)
Semester Fall
ECTS Credits 3
Contact Hours per Week 2
Total number of hours 90 hours: 30contact     hours (lectures); 45 hours of individual students’ work
Compulsory/ Elective Elective
Methods of Teaching Lectures
Form of Assessment Accumulative grade(module test 1 – 20 points, module test 2- 20 points, report/presentation – 20 points)Final test – 40 points

Course Description

Students will have basic knowledge of and insight into the field of women’s and gender studies. The lectures will focus on factors of identity making such as gender, class, race, age, and sexuality. Students will have the academic skills to:

Explore social and cultural relations in today’s globalised societies, in an interdisciplinary manner;

Develop and implement sustainable perspectives in emancipation policies, diversity management, cultural initiatives, and political activism;

Critically investigate power differences and processes of inclusion/exclusion, discrimination, and emancipation;

Reflect on how academic, cultural, artistic, journalistic, and policy-making institutions respond to societal challenges.

1.     The formation of social identities

2.     Power differences in our globalised and mediatised world

3.     Discrimination and exclusion

4.     Gender, race, class, sexuality and age contribute in modern society

5.     Emancipation

6.     Social and cultural relations in today’s societies

7.     Academic, cultural, artistic, journalistic, and policy-making institutions and modern societal challenges

8.     Development of emancipation policies

9.     Diversity management

10.  Cultural initiatives and political activism

Форма для голосування: https://forms.gle/M4UjTGA3ykE6XN8TA Результати вибору: Вибіркові дисципліни (11 семестр, Філологія) (Відповіді)

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