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Berlin Plus - Relevant or Obsolete Mechanism of EU-NATO relations?
Hložková, Veronika ; Kučera, Tomáš (advisor) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the verification of the relevance of the Berlin Plus Agreements, which became the official mechanism for the implementation of European Union- led operations using NATO's planning capabilities in 2003. To determine the relevance, I set out three aspects. The first assesses this mechanism by its use in practice in the form of military missions. The following perspective examines it from the perspective of involvement in planning and its occurrence in the key documents of both organizations. The last one looks for his presence in the professional discourse. I use assumptions based on historical institutionalism to determine the causes of the present state of relevance of these agreements. These include, in particular, an emphasis on historical and contextual assessment of the empirical survey, path- dependency, and unintended consequences. With this research set up, I have come to the conclusion that the Berlin Plus Agreement is partially relevant from today's perspective. I came up with the result after the Berlin Plus mechanism was not assessed positively by a single criterion. At the same time, however, it has proved that its existence has helped to maintain communication and a certain level of cooperation between the two organizations at times when there was no...
Aestics of track-and-field sport, focused on woman's motion beauty
Hložková, Veronika ; Bednář, Miloš (referee) ; Jebavá, Jana (advisor)
Title of thesis: Aestetics of Track and field, focused on woman's motion beauty. Goal of work: This thesis deals with aestetics of track and field. It is aimed at javelin throw, beauty of its execution and beauty of woman's body. This thesis main goal is to compare differences in Dana Zatopkova's and Barbora Spotakova's motion beauty. Wether or not body motion beauty changed in its technical execution, power, dynamics, or overall motion expression. Metod: Evaluation and final analysis of woman's participation progress in traditional man's track and field events was based on publicly available sources. Thesis focuses on javelin throw comparison from betwean man (Jan Zelezny) and woman (Dana Zatopkova, Barbora Spotakova). Results: Practical part of this thesis processes results obtained by study of resources. Key words: Aesthetics, Expression, Impression, Experience, Human body beauty, Kalokaghatia, Women personality, Women and track and field, javelin throw.