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Social security and leisure activities of the employees working in textile company JITKA in the period of so-called normalization and transformation
Švepeš, Petr ; Hlaváček, Jiří (advisor) ; Krátká, Lenka (referee)
"Social security and leisure activities of the employees for decades for both Jindřichův Hradec and its surroundings. The thesis presents an insight a brief history of Jindřichův Hradec and textile production, dating in Jindřichův Hradec. The empirical part is focused on selec
Foreign service of Czechoslovak and Czech diplomats in the 1980s and 1990s
Mezlíková, Pavla ; Krátká, Lenka (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Jiří (referee)
In the Master thesis I deal with the topic of the professional and personal life of diplomats working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic/Czech and Slovak Federative Republic and Czech Republic in the 1980's and 1990's. In the background of historical context it is focused on performing of diplomats foreign duties, working issues, achievements and challenges, everyday routine will not be omitted. Specifically it will reflect themes of preparing to leave abroad, to socialize in given country, everyday duties, family life and a free time. Primary source of the Master thesis will contain of the interviews led by method of oral history.
The Rise and Fall of CSLA?! Military profession (1960-1970) in the collective memory of the officer corps
Hlaváček, Jiří ; Vaněk, Miroslav (advisor) ; Šedivý, Ivan (referee) ; Mücke, Pavel (referee)
The Rise and Fall of CSLA?! Military profession (1960-1970) in the collective memory of the officer corps Jiří Hlaváček Abstract: The aim of this dissertation thesis is the reflection of everyday life and the (transformation) of the professional identity of the officers' corps in the 1960s in the collective memory. The research is based on narrative analysis of oral-historical interviews with witnesses who served in the Czechoslovak People's Army during the period under review. Memories of witnesses are compared with other types of historical sources. The first part of the thesis is devoted to the problems of everyday life in the socialist type army. The content analysis focuses on the motivation of witnesses for the choice of the military profession, the specifics of military life, ideology in the army, the relationship between the soldiers and the public, as well as on the combat readiness and role of the Czechoslovak army in the eventual potential cold-war conflict. The second part of the thesis deals with the actions of actors on the background of event history. It is followed by the reflection of the Prague Spring, the August occupation of 1968 and the subsequent normalization of the army in the early seventies. The main focus is on the narrative analysis of the actors' strategies and the different...
Adventures on waves or the cruise of the amateur radio crew in the turbulent history of history in 1945-1995
Tobiška, Roman ; Krátká, Lenka (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Jiří (referee)
The thesis aim is to open an imaginary window into the world of specific activities of radio amateur enthusiasts in the period 1945-1995 from the position of perception of this hobby by its actors-radio amateurs, and by this optics to approach some aspects of metamorphic developmental transformation on the background of historical development. Observing the effects of a concurrent varied spectrum of different influences on the development of this community through the interpretation of narratively accented themes will reveal in the historical reflection the process of change in the radio amateur community. The primary concern, therefore, is to look into the transformation of the community through interpretations of narratively accented dynamic themes and, in some cases, indirectly, in some details, point out the implications of the political activity of the then hegemonic forces as its then-defining platform. Within this framework, the outline will outline not only the political-historical context in the sense of the specific interest and professional share of the radio amateur phenomenon on historical events, but also other layers of influence spectrum. By looking at their interaction with political influences, they will try to reveal the backdrop of the hobby and the many layers of this hobby through the...
Restoration of the Czechoslovak woodcraft movement after 1989
Faů, Roman ; Krátká, Lenka (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Jiří (referee)
This master thesis maps out events and processes which are connected with the resurgence of the Woodcraft league of Czechoslovakia after the fall of communism in Czechoslovakia in 1989. It deals with woodcraft community and affiliated groups that intensified their activities during the last years of the period of normalization in Czechoslovakia. After the Velvet revolution, these groups and individuals represented basis for the resurgence of the Woodcraft league. Furthermore, this paper describes concrete steps connected with this resurgence, introduces prominent actors of this process and tries to explain their major steps. It does not omit controversial events, neither ideological cleavages linked to the resurgence of the organisation, which was gagged more than 40 years. Finally, this final thesis puts the focus on the evolution of the organisation during its first modern period when it has succeeded in establishing itself within the Czechoslovakian society marked by a newly gathered freedom, an uncritical euphoria and by the subsequent return to reality. The information for this study was collected using the method of oral history, more specifically through interviews with prominent actors of these events. Collected findings were subsequently compared with information from other written sources...
We Come to Live. Transformation of the Town Nehvizdy after 1990
Máčal, Tomáš ; Hlaváček, Jiří (advisor) ; Houda, Přemysl (referee)
Máčal Tomáš - DP. Přicházíme žít. Proměna městysu Nehvizdy po roce 1990 Abstract The diploma thesis explores the environment of the town Nehvizdy. The thesis also examines suburbanization changes after 1990. The current form of the town is formed by the construction of flats and family houses. It results in the development of services. Nehvizdy is geographically close to Prague. It gives the city the potential to continue building. It increases the population. People are looking for affordable housing according to current trends. Nehvizdy, like the village type, changes to "satellite city" type near the metropolis. There is the research goal. The work examines the image of the village in the years after the Velvet Revolution. There have been many changes here. This is an important sociological and historical point of view how the old residents perceive new inhabitants. This is also investigated in the opposite direction - how the new inhabitants see the old residents. Nehvizdy experienced the transformation from the agricultural village to a place full of services in the post-revolutionary years. Here the quality of hospitality, transport service and the possibility of spending free time were changed. Here is also the transformation of the education system and the function of Sokol as a topic. This...
Alternative econoical approach to the phenomenon of altruism
Štika, Pavel ; Hlaváček, Jiří (advisor)
In this paper I propose a possible solution which can enable economics to tackle the phenomenon of genuine altruism motivated purely by an interest in welfare of the others. In the second chapter I suggest methodological basis, which enables us to handle the issue. Inspired by post-classical streams of economic thought I come out from the concept of methodological realism leading to an organismic perception of men. Habitual behaviour is then identified as a response of procedurally rational individual to the environment of fundamental uncertainty. In the third chapter I further enlarge perceiving of men by the conception of Jung's psychology of personality and the theory of cognitive dissonance. Distorting influence of the unconscious part of psyche and conceptual way of reality perception enhance importance of habits. Interpretation of habits is - beside behavioural habits - widened by habits called perceptional. In the fourth chapter I present a brief overview of two motivation theories - motivation coming out from Maslow's approach of hierarchization of needs and motivation coming out of the theory of habit bolstering. In the fifth chapter I propose a model, which reflects all the facts mentioned above. As an optimal response to the model environment I identify certain form of altruism represented by...
Development and transformation of Czechoslovak and Czech television in 1980s and 1990s
Zemanová, Tereza ; Krátká, Lenka (advisor) ; Hlaváček, Jiří (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to describe, through the oral history method, the development and certain changes of the Czechoslovak and later Czech television in the 1980s and 1990s as observed by ordinary employees of this institution. The work focuses on the everyday lives of technical and administrative workers and it is delimited by the years 1980 and 1998 which was the year the tenure of Ivo Mathé, the first general manager of CT, ended. The main subjects of interest are the basic work conditions such as salaries, working hours and employee care arising from the collective bargaining agreement. Furthermore, the work deals with the workplace atmosphere and relationships, and loyalty of the employees towards the institution. Apart from the description of the respective topics the work aims to cover the changes of everydayness in connection with the So-called transformation of the society, or compare the 1980s with the time following the November of 1989.

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