Leading tendencies of media linguistic discourse in the conditions of martial law


  • Liudmyla Suvorova Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University
  • Iryna Haidai Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University
  • Valentyna Muzychuk Zhytomyr College of Pharmacy
  • Svitlana Kukharonok Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University
  • Olena Svysiuk Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University
  • Anastasiia Kravchenko Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University




media linguistic discourse, media linguistics, media literacy, applicants for higher education, martial law


The article is devoted to the research of the leading trends of the media-linguistic discourse in the conditions of martial law. It is noted that today, media linguistics is becoming a means of modernization of language education in Ukraine, a tool of struggle on the information battlefield. In connection with the expansion of the boundaries of modern media discourse, the importance of the inclusion of media linguistics as a discipline of the language cycle in the educational and programmatic matrix of a higher school is substantiated. The peculiarities of the media discourse were traced by means of test monitoring. The results of the survey of applicants for higher education in economic, technical, humanitarian, and pharmaceutical specialties are presented and analyzed. It is shown that media linguistics is gradually entering the public sphere. A set of strategic steps that would contribute to its effective implementation in competence is developed. Proposals to improve the level of media culture of students of higher education in the conditions of martial law have been developed.


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