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Nature: The second home of Marián Polák
Lišková, Michaela ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is divided in two parts - the theoretical one and the practical one. The practical part named Příroda: Druhý domov Mariána Poláka is a documentary TV portrait about czech documentarist Marián Polák, who as almost the only one in the Czech republic, is filming natural movies nowadays. He has filmed several documentary movies and shows about nature. He has finished his first feauture film about czech nature called Planeta Česko (2018) last year. The first part of my bachelor thesis is trying to describe Marián Polák mostly as a documentarist. At the same time it shows a difficult process of filming natural documentary. The theoretical part adds facts to the practical one. It analyses documentary and it also tries to define the documentary movie. Briefly it describes the history of the documentary and its origin. The typology of the documentary is shortly covered in the next part of the bachelor thesis. The bachelor thesis characterize the author's type, the moderate type, the performed type and the observe type of document. It mostly shows the natural documentary movie, destinctive the natural documentary movie about animals. The final part of the theoretical bachelor thesis examines documentary of Marián Polák's movies. Keywords Documentary, document movie, Marián Polák,...
Exemplification in The Academic Dictionary of Contemporary Czech
Lišková, Michaela
The Academic Dictionary of Contemporary Czech has been prepared at the Institute of the Czech Language of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v. v. i., since 2012. The conceptual principles govern general rules for creating the dictionary exemplification. This article deals with selected exemplification aspects, as the adequate length of the exemplification as a whole and the length of individual examples, typicality, example clarity and other content aspect. Special attention is paid to stereotypes concerning gender, age, ethnicity, nationality and religion.
Neologism in the linguistic, media and common picture of the world
Lišková, Michaela ; Vaňková, Irena (advisor) ; Bozděchová, Ivana (referee) ; Orgoňová, Olga (referee)
The aim of the interdisciplinary doctoral dissertation is to answer the research question What is a neologism? The research was inspired by the methodology relying on three types of data that J. Bartmiński specifies for studying stereotypes as part of the language picture of the world, i. e. systemic, textual and empirical data. Neologisms are expounded by confronting the linguistic, media and everyday picture of the world with the use an explicative characteristic including connotations of the concept. After introducing the neologism within the context of words marked stylistically with respect to time, the exposition is structured according to (non- homogeneous) criteria, on the basis of which neologisms in the reviewed literature are defined: the criterion of existence, the criterion of time, the lexicographic criterion, the psychological criterion, the structural criterion, the criterion of variety and the criterion of instability and stability. The media image of neologism was examined using the qualitative-quantitative method of content analysis in 93 media texts from 2006 and 2007, and 2016 and 2017. The empirical data were obtained by questionnaires from 2017 and 2018 with 100 respondents aged 11 to 81. In summary, the concept of neologisms is understood as a very heterogeneous one. A list...
Managerial competences in EF JU student´s development
LIŠKOVÁ, Michaela
The bachelor thesis is focused on the analysis of managerial competences of the students of the Faculty of Economics of the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice who study program Management and Business Economics with a proposal how to develop core competences to increase their competitiveness in the labour market. The results are based on the questionnaire survey of the students and managers of companies, focusing on the soft skills established by the Central Database of Competences.
Assessment of aroma active compounds in currant
Lišková, Michaela ; Babák, Libor (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
This master thesis deals with the assessment of aroma active compounds in fruits of currant (Ribes spp.). The theoretical part was focused on basic characteristics and chemical composition of currants, as well as the basic principles of techniques used: solid phase micro extraction (SPME), gas chromatography (GC) and sensory analysis. The main aim of the experimental part was to determine aroma active compounds in currants using SPME-GC-FID method. The profile and scale tests were used for assessment of sensory quality and tastiness of fruits. In total 18 varieties, among them 6 white, 6 red and 6 black currants, were evaluated. Fifty aroma active compounds were identified including 21 alcohols, 10 aldehydes, 2 acids, 8 ketones and 9 esters. The results were statistically evaluated using principal component analysis (PCA) to investigate the influence of single compounds on sensory quality of fruits.
Sensory quality of chosen types of beer
Lišková, Michaela ; Divišová, Radka (referee) ; Vítová, Eva (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the sensory guality of chosen types of beer. The teoretical part was focused on the production of malt and beer and raw materials needed and also an introduction to sensory analysis was described. The experimental part was focused on evaluation itself. Nineteen untrained assesors were invited for sensory evaluation, who evaluated five selected beer kinds using the preprepared form. Unstructured graphic scale with a verbal description of anchor points was used to evaluate the appearance and color, taste and odour, fullness, bite, foaming, bitterness and any off-taste or off-odour of each sample. Five-point category ordinal scale was used for assessment of the overal acceptability of the samples. Results of the analysis were then evaluated graphically and statistically.
The Academic Dictionary of Contemporary Czech and Dictionary Writing System for its Creation
Lišková, Michaela
The article presents the preparation of the new monolingual dictionary of contemporary Czech and the new Dictionary Writing System Alexis that is being developed at the Institute of the Czech Language of the Academy of Sciences of the CR, v. v. i. Special attention is given to the material resources, including lexemes to the list of entries, meaning definitions and exemplification.
Dictionary Writing System: Output and Editorial Modules
Barbierik, Kamil ; Děngeová, Zuzana ; Jarý, Vladimír ; Liška, Tomáš ; Lišková, Michaela ; Virius, Miroslav
This paper focuses on a dictionary writing system called Alexis that is currently under development at the Institute of the Czech language of the Czech Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic as part of a preparation of a new monolingual dictionary of the contemporary Czech language. At first, we explain motivation for development of a brand new DWS. We also discuss selected software technologies used for development of the DWS. Then we briefly describe structure of the system that consists of several modules that model key features of the dictionary such as lemma or list of entries. Special emphasis is put on output and editorial modules: we explain the relation between those modules, we demonstrate the process of correction of lemma and roles involved in the process. Finally, we present current status of development and planned new modules which include web interface or revision module.
Slip of the tongue in lectures
Lišková, Michaela
Analysis of slips of the tongue on phonological, morphological, and syntactic level.

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