"Forms of Address in Contemporary Ukrainian Newspapers" gives a detailed linguistic analysis of the nominal forms of address focusing primarily on the Ukrainian address forms Pan and Pani and their collocations, which include names and professional titles. Ukrainian uses the vocative form of the nouns in address clauses, therefore morphology of the vocative is discussed drawing parallels to vocative endings in other Slavic languages. Additionally morphological agreement in address collocations is analyzed. Finally the difference in use of nominal address forms depending on the genders of an addresser and addressee is discussed. The goal of this book is to give a precise description on how, where and why the nominal forms of address are used in contemporary Ukrainian newspapers.