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Multidisciplinary approach to the phenomenon of a game
Kalčicová, Kateřina ; Bednář, Miloš (advisor) ; Kolář, František (referee)
Title: Multidisciplinary approach to the phenomenon of a game Objectives: The objective of this thesis is to pursue an explanation of a game as a term and to demonstrate via multidisciplinary approach the scope and impact of a game. Sectional objectives are conceptual clarification of a game, description of its basic characteristics, determination of eligible classification, and analysis of historical development of games. Methods: There are progressive, diachronic, and probe methods applied in this thesis. The interpretation of text also utilized the hermeneutic method. Results: The first part of the thesis provides basic information regarding a game. It aims to explain a game as a term via selected definitions. It also contains the classification of games and characteristics of a game. Furthermore, the first part includes a chapter describing the history of a game from their origin all the way to the present. The main goal of this thesis is fulfilled in the second part. Utilizing analysis of particular disciplinary approaches, it proves the remarkable scope and impact of the phenomenon called a game. Keywords: game, culture, homo ludens, sportive games, kinanthropology, experience, temporality
The events of the track and fields on the programme of modern olympic games
Matějček, Tomáš ; Kolář, František (advisor) ; Kaplan, Aleš (referee)
Title: The events of the track and fields on the programm of modern olympic games Objectives: The main task of this work is to trace how the program of the athletic disciplines has developed on the individual olympic games, how the disciplines have been added by the time and how they have dissapeared from the program and trying to explain why it was. Another task is to document the individual olympic games and their most important events, especially in athletics. Methods: The induction method represents a thought process in which more general statements and theories are formulated from individual facts; a deduction method in which conclusions for individual elements are derived from general statements. Results: Recording of changes of athletic disciplines on the program of the olympic games, evaluation of the development of the athletic disciplines and the olympic games, recording of important events and personalities of individual games. Keywords: Modern olympic games; the olympic games program; the track and field.
history of paralympic games
Procházka, Daniel ; Hruša, Jan (advisor) ; Kolář, František (referee)
Name: History of Paralympic Games Objectives: Characteristics of individual sports on paralympic games, the partial aim of the work was to map the popularity of paralympic games among the general public. At the same time, the author was given an interview with the double participant of the paralympic Games Kateřina Komárková. Methods: The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts - the theoretical and practical part in the first part is the elaboration of the theoretical basis for the given topic. In the practical part is a controlled interview and questionnaire to obtain the necessary data. Research work based on professional literature and internet resources. Results: The result is a review of the paralympic games and their history. Keywords: Olympic games, paralympic games, handicap, sports disciplines
Freestyle BMX and olympic games
Čermák, Daniel ; Vomáčko, Ladislav (advisor) ; Kolář, František (referee)
Tittle: Freestyle BMX and Summer Olympic Games Objectives: The main aim of this thesis is the analysis process of Freestyle BMX acceptance to the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics with evalution. In addition, this thesis defines the historical movement of the Freestyle BMX candacy and evaluate the conditions (criteria) setted by the International Olympic Committee for the adoption of new sports into the Olympic Games program. Methods: This thesis is a theoretical work that has a descriptive and analytical character so the main method is an analysis and study of documents, literature and web sources. The information was analyzed and comprehensively processed. Results: Results indicate that Freestyle BMX didn't satisfy all the criteria for acceptance of a new sport into the Olympic Games program. Freestyle BMX should not be accepted according to the criteria set into the Olympic Games program. Freestyle BMX was accepted on the basis of other facts according to this information. Probably this has been achieved on the basis of an evaluation of the popularity sport. Keywords: Sport, Cyclist, Cyclist discipline, Freestyle BMX, Olympics, Summer Olympic Games, Tokyo 2020
Sokol Through the Ages
Kašpar, Adam ; Waic, Marek (advisor) ; Kolář, František (referee)
Title: The Sokol Through the Ages Objectives: The two main goals of the thesis are to summarize the history of the Česká obec sokolská (COS - Sokol) from its foundation to its dissolution in 1948 and briefly describe the development of the COS after 1989. The first aim of the work focuses on the structure development of the Sokol organization, the development of the membership base, the Sokol festivals, the contribution of the COS to physical education and sports, and how various historical events influenced the COS itself. The second aim is to sum up the notes from the Sokol conventions and concentrate on the convention resolutions. Methods: The historical research was carried out by the following methods: direct, indirect, inductive, deductive, diachronic, synchronous, progressive, retrospective and biographical one. Results: The bachelor thesis is the attempt to create the comprehensive and objective history summary of the ČOS from its foundation to present. The studied theme is very broad and each of the chapters could be more detailed and supplemented with a lot of information which would make the length of the text much longer. Keywords: Foundation of the Sokol, development of the Sokol organization, the Sokol after World War II, the Sokol since 90s of the 20th century to present
CARDIOTOXICITY OF ANTHRACYCLINE ANTINEOPLASTIC DRUGS AND POSSIBILITIES OF PHARMACOLOGICAL CARDIOPROTECTION
Jirkovský, Eduard ; Štěrba, Martin (advisor) ; Kolář, František (referee) ; Hrdina, Radomír (referee)
- CARDIOTOXICITY OF ANTHRACYCLINE ANTINEOPLASTIC DRUGS AND POSSIBILITIES OF PHARMACOLOGICAL CARDIOPROTECTION Chronic anthracycline (ANT) cardiotoxicity is an important clinical problem which can have a substantial impact on morbidity and mortality of cancer survivors. Dexrazoxane (DEX) is the only agent with clearly evidenced cardioprotective effects in both experimental models and clinical trials. Despite intensive research, precise pathogenesis of chronic ANT cardiotoxicity and molecular mechanisms of cardioprotective effects of DEX remain unknown. Current clinical guidelines recommend not using DEX from the beginning of ANT therapy, but instead only from the cumulative ANT dose of 300 mg /m2. The aim of this work was to study functional, morphological and molecular changes associated with induction of chronic ANT cardiotoxicity and their further development in the post-exposure (follow up) period. Special attention was paid on the role of oxidative stress and possible response of protective antioxidant pathway regulated by Nrf2 as well as on mitochondrial impairment and response of mitochondrial biogenesis pathway. Chronic ANT cardiotoxicity was induced in rabbits by repeated intravenous injections of daunorubicin (DAU, 3 mg/kg, once weekly for 10 weeks). At the end of the treatment, the animals...
The analysis of the issue of hosting the Olympic Games
Veselá, Veronika ; Crossan, William Morea (advisor) ; Kolář, František (referee)
Title: The analysis of the issue of hosting the Olympic Games. Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to describe the functioning of the Olympic Movement, the development of the Olympic Games size, the development of the Olympic Marketing, the bidding process for the Games and to examine this reality in light of the problems each subject creates. Identify positive and negative aspects of the Olympic Games through SWOT analysis. Furthermore, this thesis aims to determine how the Olympic Agenda 2020 is changing the function of the Olympic Movement, the Olympic Games and how it contributes to the future sustainability of games. Used methods: This thesis is a theoretical paper that has a descriptive and analytical nature, so the main method used is an analysis and study of documents, literature and web sources. The information was analyzed and comprehensively processed. Results: Identified problems can be summarized in these points: Decreased interest in bidding for the Olympics due to non existing government guarantees, rejection of Olympics from residents, negative perception of gigantism. Hosting the Olympics is historically linked with cost overruns, for the Summer Games of 230%, for the Winter Games of 94%. China is expected to become the sport epicenter. Gigantism threatens Olympic ideals and...

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