My research concerns time expressions (lexical temporality) in the whole-page newspapers’ advertising. In Japan newspapers are nation-wide circulating traditional and informative medias for spreading advertisements, and they are also very handful as texts for linguistic research purpose because they do not contain sounds and there is no need for scripting. On the other hand, the whole-page (15 blocks) advertisement texts in newspapers are extremely disconnected from other articles, the editorial opinion or page layout etc. so it can be expected that without such external factors they fully express their immanent characteristics.
04.2022- Visiting Scholar, Tokyo College
09.2020- Kyiv National Linguistic University, Eastern Philology Department, Research Associate
12.2009-09.2020 Kyiv National Linguistic University, Japanese Philology Department, Superior Lecturer
09.2003-12.2009 Kyiv National Linguistic University, Japanese Philology Department, Lecturer
03.2009 Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Graduate School (Japanese Linguistics) PhD Candidate, course completed
07.2005-03.2009 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Language Training Center, Part-time Teacher of the Ukrainian Language
06.2001 Kyiv National Linguistic University, Master and Bachelor united Course (majors: the Japanese and English languages)
07.2000-03.2003 Embassy of Japan in Ukraine, Consular Department, Local Assistant
Petrychenko I., Yabusaki Y., Saito Ch., Morita J., Kobayashi A.「ウクライナさくら日本語教師研修2016の試み」(2018)『Movni i konceptualni kartyny svitu』63号、pp.195-200.