State Pedagogical University of Tomsk, Foreign Languages Department. Graduated in 2004. Master’s degree in Linguistics and Education from Tomsk State Pedagogical University. PhD in Social Philosophy from State University of Tomsk, concentrating on the ways of self-presentation in electronic communication.
2003/2006 – Teaching Assistant, State Pedagogical University of Tomsk.
2006/2011 – Assistant Professor, State Pedagogical University of Tomsk.
2011/currently – Associate Professor, Tomsk Polytechnic University.
Internet Advertising (Master's program)
Communication in advertising (Bachelor's program)
Advertising campaign technologies (Bachelor's program)
Theory and practice of mass media (Bachelor's program)
Cultural Studies (course for international students)
Professional English (Bachelor's and Master's programs)
FIELD RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Organization: State University of New York at Fredonia, USA
Joint project: Anthroponomy of West Siberian Tatars. A policultural area study.
Reporting meetings: Twenty-third International Congress of Onomastic Sciences in
Toronto (Canada), August 17-22, 2008. Joint report with Edwin D. Lawson:
“The Cultural and Language Effects of the Influence of Russian on West Siberian Tatars”
Annual ANS meeting in San Francisco, California, USA. Joint report with Edwin D. Lawson:
“The Tatars of Tomsk: Russification or preservation?”
1.ROLEPLAY in ICC (Russian discourse ) Zavyalova Z.S. Humanitarian informatics. 2013. № 7. Pp. 79-92.
2. TECHNOLOGICAL AND ONTOLOGICAL CHRACTERISTICS OF E-COMMUNICATION. Zavyalova Z.S. a collection of materials of IV International Scientific and Practical Internet Conference . - Tomsk : Tomsk State University , 2012 . - S. 88-92
3.INTERNET TECHNOLOGY - AN IMPROVED MODE OF CONSTRUCTIVE DIALOGUE OR A TOOL OF CREATING AND MULTIPLYING AN ILLUSIONAL COMMUNICATIVE ACT. Zavyalova Z.S. Bulletin of Tomsk State University. Philosophy. Sociology. Politics. 2012. № 4 (20 ). Pp. 62-68.
4. THE REAL AND VIRTUAL SUBJECTS OF E-COMMUNICATION: specificity of interactions
Zavyalova ZS Bulletin of Tomsk State University. 2011. № 343. Pp. 45-47 .
5. PSYCHOLINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE E-DISCOURSE (BASED ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Zavyalova Z.S. Open and distant education. 2009. № 3. Pp. 57-61.
6. THE CULTURAL AND LANGUAGE EFFECTS OF THE INFLUENCE OF RUSSIAN ON WEST SIBERIAN TATAR NAMES. Names in multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic contact, Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, August 17-22, 2008, York University, Toronto, Canada (pp. 637-649).
- American Name Society
- International Council of Onomastic Sciences