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Marketing of tourism, analysis of preferences in organizing of tourism
Danišová, Kateřina ; Procházková, Markéta (advisor) ; Tomík, Jakub (referee)
The main topic of this thesis is marketing of tourism and analysis of preferences in organizing of tourism. This thesis consist of two parts - theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part describes the most important elements of services marketing and the specifics of tourism marketing. The practical part deals with applying these mentioned terms to the company ESO travel which is a representative of organized travelling and to the website which deals with individual travelling. Then these two forms of travel organizing are compared on a specific example. The last part of the thesis is the methodological one which at first introduces predetermined hypotheses of my own survey and interpretation of the results and its subsequent evaluation. The summary of the thesis focuses on the analysis of the facts resulting from the survey and its recommendation.
Image of the Sino-Japanese War in Culture as a Part of the Japanese Nationalism
Danišová, Kateřina ; Labus, David (advisor) ; Sýkora, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with the beginnings of the Japanese nationalism. It examines the role of the Sino- Japanese war of 1894-1895 in these beginnings in relation to other national consciousness forming factors. Govermental activities, such as education system and army reforms, and the effort to stress the emperor as a symbol of the Japanese people, and also activities of the intelectual strata, who influenced the society mainly through journalism, were especially prominent among them. It stresses the importance of the period media (newspapers, illustrated magazines, woodcut prints) and early modern theatre to the spread of the national consciousness among masses. It also shows how the way the war was conveyed in the media influenced the view the Japanese had of themselves and of the neighbouring countries. Powered by TCPDF (
The Relation of Art and Japanese National Identity in the Modern Era
Danišová, Kateřina ; Labus, David (advisor) ; Tirala, Martin (referee)
This bachelor dissertation concentrates on the presentation of the new artistic techniques, which spread out in Japan during the Meiji period, and on their interaction with the traditional genres and forms. It briefly introduces the development of both western and Japanese art during this period and their respective foremost artists. It also describes the role of architecture in the consolidation of a new state internationally as well as domestically. It examines the role of individuals, particularly Ernest Fenollosa and Okakura Tenshin, societies and institutions in the process of creating a national identity. It also deals with the part of the culture in the developing of a modern ideology.
Legal, accounting and tax aspects of employee remuneration
Danišová, Kateřina ; Müllerová, Libuše (advisor) ; Černý, Václav (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with wage issues in the private sector in the Czech Republic. Its aim is to provide a comprehensive picture of the most important aspects related to calculation of salary components and their capture in double-entry accounting. Attention is also paid to insurance and taxation that are very closely assciated with it. The indiviual chapters solve the issue from the legal, accounting and tax view. The last chapter is devoted to a comprehensive example that illustrates the calculation of wages to be paid with regard to possible situations such as a overtime, standby duty, holiday, temporary incapacity or business trip.

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