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Why do Turkish children in the Czech Republic learn Turkish? On how language ideologies influent management of language acquisition in Turkish families in the Czech Republic
Özörencik, Helena ; Sherman, Tamah (advisor) ; Mrázková, Kamila (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the question of language ideologies influence on language management activities in multilingual constellation based on the situation of group of Turkish children growing up in Prague. The thesis confirms the assumption that members of Turkish community in Czech Republic are familiar with the negative stereotypes concerning migration impact on language use based on the mother tongue ideology which are present in Turkish public discourse. Research focused on the interplay of simple and organized level of language management conducted via semi-structured interviews and experiment shows that despite the family situation and language ideologies shared, families rely on standard language socialization processes and do not take any special measures of language acquisition management.
Normalization of Czech Literature through Prism of Pierre Bourdieu's Theory of the Literary Field
Özörencik, Helena ; Bílek, Petr (advisor) ; Činátlová, Blanka (referee)
This thesis deals with so called normalization of Czech literature which took place after the Prague Spring of 1968 in the perspective of literary field theory formulated by Pierre Bourdieu. Based on various textual data it reconstructs the literary field refraction focusing on the relationship between literary field and the field of power, position which newly appeared and habitus formulated. It offers few findings which might be subject to further verification in more detailed analysis.
Vyšehrad magazine (1945-1948) : program, profile and place in historical context
Özörencik, Helena ; Čeňková, Jana (referee) ; Jonáková, Anna (advisor)
The thesis describes and analyses Vyšehrad, a magazine published between 1945 and 1948. This period is typical with number of discussions about culture and society and often described as a period of struggle between the right and the left, democracy and totalitarism. In this context Vyšehrad represents one of few alternatives, a catholic stream of cultural and social thinking. Its position was determined also by aversions based also on a role played by some of catholic intelectualls during the protectorate. The thesis considers Vyšehrad to be a highly professional opinion and informational tribune with wide thematical interest and author's circle which's form same as position was determined by core values of its program - nation, belief and tradition.

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