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Strategic development of the territory in the context of EU policy
Pospíšilová, Radka ; Burešová, Eva (referee) ; Vaňková, Lucie (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with territorial development in the context of EU policy. The subject of the theoretical part of the thesis is the sphere of investment and their financing, management of municipalities, EU policy and subsidy programs in the period 2014 – 2020. The practical part analysis the investment in the reconstruction of the transport terminal in the town Holešov. It also includes alternatives to investment financing. Finally, an effect of the investment on the development of the territory is summarized.
Economic and Financial Evaluation of Project Carried out on Municipal Level
Khaliliya, Shirin ; Burešová, Eva (referee) ; Hromádka, Vít (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the evaluation of the effectiveness of public investment, which is implemented at the municipal level. A cycle path is chosen as a specific public investment.
Valuation of Immovable Cultural Monuments
Burešová, Eva ; Tichá, Alena (referee) ; Komosná, Milada (advisor)
Valuation of immovable cultural monuments is the current topic when cultural heritage is being restored. With its individual character based on the nature of cultural monuments, it is not easy to put forward a uniform award procedure for all cultural monuments. This work aims to create a basic overview of concepts and definitions dealing with issues related to cultural monument, to define the procedure of proclaiming the object as a cultural monument and to focus on valuation procedures with an emphasis on the contribution method.
Determination of the Value of Project for increasing of the Property
Burešová, Eva ; Vítková, Eva (referee) ; Puchýř, Bohumil (advisor)
The diploma thesis solves the value of a cultural immovable monument. The course will deal with the issue of real estate valuation in relation to the life cycle of the building and its historical value. In order to verify the acquired theoretical knowledge, a case study will be prepared, which will determine the value of the cultural monument.
Multi-Cultural Education at Primary Schools
Burešová, Eva ; Šotolová, Eva (advisor) ; Mrkosová, Eva (referee)
Die Diplomarbeit befasst sich die Problematik der multikulturellen Erziehung, die Eingliederung von Faktoren der multikulturellen Erziehung im Schulausbildungsprogramm. Das erste Kapitel widmet sich der Charakteristik des Namens der multikulturellen Erziehung, den Faktoren, die zu dieser Problematik sich beziehen, und des Verhältnisses der multikulturellen Erziehung zu den anderen Wissenschaften.
Orangutans breeding and factors affecting their reproduction in captivity and in the wild
Kalkušová, Olga ; Kubík, Štěpán (advisor) ; Burešová, Eva (referee)
Information concerning orangutans living in the wild and the issue of their breeding has been summarized within the framework of this thesis. Orangutans in their natural habitats in tropical rainforests of Sumatra and Borneo are not subjected to the same influences as those bred in captivity. Their reproduction thus differs in certain aspects. Reproduction of orangutans in the wild is strongly influenced by their solitary way of life. Females are accompanied only by their young or eventually by other females and according to the studies they seek contact with males only in their period of rut. The contact is then limited to a period of time needed for copulation. One exception to this behaviour may be couples with juvenile males. After birth, the female looks after the young male for up to 8 years, having no rut during this period. The cycle of females living in the wild also shows dependency on the availability of food supply. Negative energy balance during which the cycle stops has been observed during periods of food scarcity. In the following period with abundance of food, the cycle is renewed again. The cycle renewal also occurs in cases when the female loses her young. As a consequence of these reproductive limitations females may give birth to 4 young at maximum in their life. Guidelines have been drawn up for breeding in zoos which regulate the conditions and suitability of the exhibits so that they meet the orangutans needs. Their natural mental and physical activity is related to their health and natural behaviour. However, despite all efforts the zoos cannot provide the same conditions to the orangutans as those they would have in the wild. The forced increased socialization and contact with other individuals held in captivity may bring stress, stereotype behaviour and associated health problems which are rather frequent with orangutans bred in captivity. According to the records in the pedigree books, the age of first reproduction and the interval between births were shorter in case of females kept in captivity. Even the keeping of males and females in one exhibit increases the probability of copulation and becoming pregnant. These changes also entail certain risks according to the studies. Breeding in captivity embodies higher mortality rate of young and adult animals. This is probably caused by young age of females at the birth and short intervals between births which are often shorter than 4 years. Females born in captivity also lack experience which they gain in the wild by learning and observing and are not able to take care of their young or refuse it later. Even females that got pregnant between the age of 11 and 14 have been described. However, such pregnancy poses a great risk for females and they die soon after birth or live much shorter. Young orangutans born in captivity were often taken away from their mothers. It is not very suitable on the one side, but on the other side, after having their young taken away from them, the females started a new, full-fledged cycle in a few weeks and could become pregnant again. However, as direct care of the young by humans has a negative effect, the young are often given back to their mothers which is successful in many cases. Orangutans have been studied for more than 40 years and a lot of things concerning their breeding in captivity have changed during this time. Zoological gardens are trying to provide the orangutans as natural conditions as possible. It is necessary for the exhibits and the enrichment to provide enough physical and mental activities to the orangutans. Despite these efforts, the limited space and the related contacts between individuals may bring stressful situations. These are then manifested in the behaviour and health of the orangutans.
Oribatida as intermediates host of tapeworms
Farkašová, Lucie ; Jankovská, Ivana (advisor) ; Burešová, Eva (referee)
This Bachelor thesis "Oribatida as intermediates host of tapeworms" is focused on the presence of tapeworm and other helminths occurring mainly in sheep and goats, monitoring prevalence and intensity of parasitic infection as well as significance of these endoparasites livestock for humans. These parasites pose a problem for people worldwide, mainly an economic terms. There are described the most common family of Anoplocephalidae tapeworm that are the most common parasites of reptiles, birds and mammals. Adult tapeworms are found only in the small intestine of the definitive host. This family of parasites is a species-rich group with cosmopolitan occurrence. These tapeworms are still a significant group for veterinary parasitology, because they cause many health problems for their hosts. The best known of this family is a sheep tapeworm (Moniezia expansa). The only tapeworm family Anoplocephalidae occurring humans are two kinds: Bertiella studeri and Bertiella mucronata, each with a different geographic distribution. Bertiella mucronata is found in South America and Cuba, Bertiella studeri occurs in Africa and Asia. Tapeworms have allways two hosts: one intermediate host and a final host. As intermediate hosts there are mites of order oribatida (Oribatida) but bark lice (Psocoptera) or springtails (Collembola) can not be excluded aswell. The infection occurs by ingesting intermediate host infected by cysticercoidy. In order to reduce the prevalence of these parasites is necessary to conduct regular worming by using anthelmintics or plant extracts and regular removaling of excrements which are a source of eggs for the infectious intermediate host, in this case oribatid. In oribatida arises cystycercoid, which is infective for the definitive host (sheep). To eliminate tapeworms genus Moniezia of sheep (goat), it is necessary to eliminate these intermediate hosts. Which is a big problem.
The investment cost of construction
Burešová, Eva ; Brázdová, Eva (referee) ; Marková, Leonora (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to determine the price of construction investment position, so as to achieve the greatest possible effectiveness for the investor. The theoretical part deals with the life cycle phases, creating price structures and contractual documents. The practical part deals with the application of theory to a case study. Specifically, it examines the lucrative sale of buildings over long-term lease.
The Role of the State in Cultural Management
Burešová, Eva ; NEKOLNÝ, Bohumil (advisor) ; SMOLÍKOVÁ, Marta (referee)
This thesis deals with the relationship between the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and the contributory organizations it has established in the area of the performing arts. The work devotes individual chapters to the functioning of the Prague Philharmonic Choir, the Czech Philharmonic, the Art Institute - Theater Institute, and the National Theater. In this work, the relationship between these institutions and the Czech Ministry of Culture is described on the basis of information obtained in personal consultation with the directors of the given contributory organizations. The work touches peripherally upon oft-examined questions of the transformation of contributory organizations into another legal form. The conclusion of the work recaps the common problems of contributory organizations in relation to the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, as well as some of the advantages stemming from such an alliance. The aim of my thesis is to investigate the relationship between the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and its contributory organizations in the area of the performing arts, the communication methods used by these entities, the adherence to regulations by both sides investigated herein, and proposals for improving the functioning of this important relationship.

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