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Developments and Changes in Swedish Security Policy in the Context of Globalization
Rolenc, Jan Martin ; Eichler, Jan (advisor) ; Zemanová, Štěpánka (referee) ; Krč, Miroslav (referee) ; Kraftová, Ivana (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to examine the aspects and benefits of neutrality for both Sweden and the international community, to look for the causes of its current changing and problematic situation and to identify the opportunities it still offers. The text therefore answers these research questions: What was the contribution of neutrality to Sweden's security policy in the 20th century? What was the contribution of Swedish neutrality to the international community in the 20th century? What has changed and how that, since the end of the Cold War, Swedish neutrality has been transformed? What opportunities does Swedish security policy offer today? In accordance with the aims and questions, the topic is elaborated as an historical interpretive (and explanatory) and literature-assessing dissertation. Its first part (chapter 1) is a conceptual analysis and a state of the art review of the wider context of the topic. The second part (chapters 2 and 3) is a qualitative single case study. As to theory, the thesis draws from liberalism, constructivism and the Copenhagen School of Security Studies. The changes in (international) security and Swedish security policy and neutrality are interpreted in the context of globalisation processes. The text identifies two notions of security - military and open/liberal, which it links to two dimensions of political neutrality - realistic and idealistic and, by applying them, answers the questions asked. It concludes that the Swedish security policy or neutrality has been and is primarily about finding effective and legitimate alternatives and ways to implement them in a transforming, complex and uncertain world.
Teaching the Local Region on the Second Grade of Primary Schools on the Example of Žďár nad Sázavou region.
The diploma thesis deals with teaching the local region on the second stage of primary school. The main aim is oriented on creation design concepts of the curriculum to teach the local region of Žďár nad Sázavou. The diploma thesis consists of three parts. The theoretical part deals with the geographical characteristics of the monitored area, the role of the curriculum in the context of current curricular documents in the Czech Republic and modern methods of teaching geography at the 2nd stage of primary school. In the research part there are developed and evaluated the results of the survey conducted in selected primary schools. The practical part includes educational materials in the form of two multimedia textbooks, worksheets for pupils and methodological guides for teachers.

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