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Mediation in the Czech legal framework and comparative analysis with foreign legislation
Břízová, Iva ; Sedláček, Miroslav (advisor) ; Smolík, Petr (referee)
In the diploma thesis titled "Mediation in the Czech legal framework and comparative analysis with foreign legislation", the author aims to analyze how the basic principles of mediation are legislated in the legal systems of the Czech Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States of America. By applying a combination of methods of quantitative and qualitative comparative analysis, the author deals with the question of how the legal regulation of mediation affects the usage of court-ordered mediation and the success of such a mediation process. The author focused mainly on the legal grounding of the main principles of mediation, the historical and cultural context of their origin and the form of the mediation process for court-ordered mediation. The author based her work on the authentic wording of legal regulations and used officially available data for the quantitative comparative analysis, which related the usage of court-ordered mediation in the analyzed countries.
The representation of judges in selected czech media
Břízová, Iva ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
In her diploma thesis titled "Depiction of the figure of judge in selected Czech media", the author aims to analyse what levels of representation are used to depict the figure of a judge in selected Czech series. The selected five figures of judges are described on the basis of their physical description, roles in society, behaviour and relationships by which their character is co-created. The author focused mainly on stereotypes, which were used to depict the figures. Part of the analysis of the figures of judge is their classification into the category of heroes or villains according to the typology of figures by Brian McNair. Also utilized are the typology of figures by E.M. Forster and Seymour Chatman. The media's depiction of the judges in selected series is positive. At the level of representativeness, it influences the perception of the institution of courts, which are shaped by the depiction of the judicial profession. 1

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