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Utilizing Online Data in Modelling Unemployment Rates in the Czech Republic
Křížová, Kristýna ; Krištoufek, Ladislav (advisor) ; Kopečná, Vědunka (referee)
Unemployment rate is a crucial macroeconomic aspect for each state, which aim to have it as low as possible. However, if it is too low, many problems could arise due to a large number of job vacancies and a small number of people needed for market. As the Internet is very useful nowadays, the main aim of the thesis is to investigate the relationship between the Czech unemployment rate and job search on the Internet by users who are interested in changing jobs or are unemployed and need to find some work. Thanks to the relationship, we can conclude whether online data could improve unemployment prediction, which is needed to make effective government decisions. This thesis should also provide easier and better prediction of movements in the unemployment rate, which is inaccurate as most data sources used in economics are commonly available only after a substantial lag. The study applies data freely available on the website of Integrated Portal of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, which provides statistics of unemployment rates, as well as data from portal Jobs.cz, where are information about job vacancies on the portal and response of candidates to occupied positions. The thesis uses a simple autoregressive model of the unemployment in the Czech Republic and extends it with extra variables...
Commented translation: Media and communication in the early modern period
Křížová, Kristýna ; Žárská, Monika (advisor) ; Kloudová, Věra (referee)
This bachelor thesis includes an annotated translation from the German language. The text was chosen from an internet server www.historicum.net. The text consists of some articles from the part Media and communication in the early modern period. Chapters Letter, Book market, Monument, Fashion and Newspapers are translated. The commentary contains four parts. The opening part consists of an analysis of the original text. The analysis contains two parts. The first part is an analysis of extratextual and the second part is an analysis of intratextual factors and describes the specific qualities of the source text. Another part is a typology of translation problems, describing linguistic and cultural non-equivalence and defending the translator's solutions. The third part is a typology of shifts occuring in the translation. The commentary is concluded by the description of the translation method.
Analysis of the impact of the conversion of printed newspapers to online versions of information on extremist groups
Křížová, Kristýna ; Trampota, Tomáš (advisor) ; Poštulka, Filip (referee)
KŘÍŽOVÁ, Kristýna, The impact of Internet Versions of Printed Newspapers on Information about Extremism, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague, 2010, diploma thesis ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Key words: electronic media, printed media, audience ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The theoretical part of the work concerns the possible consequences of transforming printed media into electronic form with respect to the reporting of extremism. A cultural approach was selected which highlights the way in which the final form of a report and its interpretation is subject to cultural factors. The work draws on the Three Party Model of Communication Situations devised by Winfried Schulz, which models the mutual relationship between the three protagonists of an event - the main figures (representatives of extremist movements), journalists (mass media - Internet sites), and the audience (readership, recipients). Investigation of the possible interest of these three parties in information on extremism is considered on the basis of theories of critics of contemporary media. Interpretation reveals the difficulties associated with transforming the daily papers into electronic news sites and...
The use of Bach flower remedies in dogs
Křížová, Kristýna ; Barták, Miroslav (advisor) ; Klimešová, Vanda (referee)
Fytoterapy, a plant medicine is focusing itself on using effective plant substances for their following application by drug making or as a direct distribution to the patient for curing. Patients are nowadays demanding a combination of classical and natural cure, especially after a number of evidences, which found that an extensive use of synthetic drugs can cause serious negative consequences. On the contrary, when using natural cure of Bach flower therapy, no negative influences or harmfulness were proven, even with incorrect dosage. Flower therapy of an English doctor Edward Bach can be used for animals or humans and consists of regenerating of balance of emotional states, there fore even abnormal behavior. Bach created a system of 38 leaves, which he thoroughly examined to discover their healing effects. The only mixture which was prepared by doctor Bach in person is known as a Crisis essence. Bach believed that the actual patient and the cause of disease should be cured rather, than only the disease consequences. During his life, Edward Bach has spread his findings further on to his colleagues on various lectures a congresses and also to a general public by the books, which he wrote. Thanks to the cooperation of Edward Bach and a homeopathic company called Nelsons, the Bach essences could be spread across the world. This tradition has persisted up to today times with every application of dr. Bach approaches and instructions. The effect of flower essences is unique in way that makes it to possible to experience particular feelings without suffering from panic or shock, which usually occurs when using common tranquilizing mediums or anti-depressive drugs, that only suppress the perception without the problem itself being necessarily solved. The outcome of strong emotional bindings between owner and its animal can be often described as a transition of our moods, stress, etc. onto our animal. Emotional tension can be a root cause of health problems with behavioral or nerve symptoms. The use of Bach flower therapy for animals can therefore be beneficial, because it regenerates balance and harmony of true animal temperament and cures diseases, which have originated due to living with human. Using Flower Essence is still expanding, especially among holistic and homeopathic veterinarians and other experts, including ethologists. Unfortunately, unlike homeopathic products, in which have been done extensive tests with the treatment of animals, with Flower Essence there was only a few, if any at all. These output studies mostly work with the placebo effect and testing in human subjects did not bring general results. Recent several studies shows that at least on an emotional level, Bach flower therapy can be further studied and developed. In the near future Phytopharmacy made it its mission to explore and validate the traditional healing of herbs. Perhaps the same thing will happen with the Bach flower therapy. Using essence is wide, in critical situations it is advisable to use the essence before veterinary treatment and as a supplement of veterinary treatment. Essence can be used directly in the mouth, which is the most common potential gain of Flower Essence by animal or also in water, food, baths and as a spray. On a properly chosen essence animals react immediately, however the response is very individual. Therefore it is also necessary to choose individual flower essences for a particular individual with a specific problem. Edward Bach divided his 38 blossoms into 7 groups, where each of them represents one of the main negative attitude. A description of which essence corresponds with which therapeutic effect and therefore treatment of problem behavior, it is necessary and we can say that even the use of Bach flower therapy with dogs is crucial. To approach this issue, this work uses a survey, which was focused on finding the awareness of Bach Flower Therapy dog owners and its possible uses. The most common problem behavior or health problem was examined and solved with Bach flower therapy, as well as adherence to the recommended dosage.
Využití internetu v činnosti cestovní kanceláře
Křížová, Kristýna ; Vaško, Martin (advisor)
Práce shrnuje současné možnosti využití internetu v cestovní kanceláři. Pojednává o zapojení internetu do marketingových aktivit cestovních kanceláří - marketingová strategie na internetu, marketingový mix na internetu, marketingový výzkum na internetu atd. Práce hodnotí praktické využití internetu v marketigu CK Intercontact. Na závěr jsou teoretické poznatky s praxí porovnány ve SWOT analýze.
Wedding Tourism as a Specific form of Tourist Trade
Křížová, Kristýna ; Petrů, Zdenka (advisor) ; Straková, Ivana (referee)
Práce vymezuje a definuje svatební turistiku. Zabývá se předpoklady České republiky pro její rozvoj. Zaměřuje se na činnost svatebních agentur a ostatních subjektů, podnikajících v oblasti. Popisuje organizaci svatby v praxi za asistence svatební agentury PragueWeddings. Věnuje se svatbám českých občanů v zahraničí. Okrajově zmiňuje nabídku svatebních cest a cest k výročí svatby. Na závěr jsou shrnuty získané poznatky a vyhodnoceny možnosti rozvoje svatební turistiky v budoucnu.

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