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Quartets without harmonic instrument in present-day jazz
Kyncl, Jan ; HONZÁK, Jaromír (advisor) ; SOUKUP, Luboš (referee)
The main goal of this thesis is to describe the history and significance of one of the less usual band settings that has appeared within the tradition of jazz music – two wind instruments, double bass and drums. In addition to the historic overview of this particular band setting, it‘s main protagonists will be listed as well as their major works and achievements. Emphasis will be put on the contemporary jazz scene, both European and American. In the practical part of this thesis transcriptions of selected works will be presented and analyzed.
Transformation of czech music journalism as a result of the development of online journalism
Kyncl, Jan ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Orban, Karol (referee)
This thesis deals with the changes within Czech music journalism that are connected to the boom of digital media and online journalism. Firstly, in its the theoretical part, this thesis offers a brief overview of a history of music journalism in Czech lands as well as worldwide and suggests what the role of a music critic is. Then it describes the boom of online journalism - again in Czech context as well as in a wolrdwide context - and continues with describing the main specfics of online journalism.It also mentions current trends of online journalism. The second part of this thesis focuses exclusively on Czech music journalism in the era of a drastic book of digital media after 1995. Main economic and sociocultural trends that influenced Czech music journalism are also mentioned. The second part of this thesis then focuses on a Czech magazine market and various forms of music journalism within a Czech online environment. For the research part of this thesis two media maps of Czech music print and Czech music websites have been made which is followed by a analysis the most popular music website Musicserver.
Surveillance in the prevention of acute respiratory infections
Nyambe, Anayawa ; Kynčl, Jan (advisor)
The following work is dedicated to the study of Acute Respiratory Infections which can cause morbidity and mortality in all nations of the world. An outline of ARI was done in order to identify and classify this group of infectious diseases with influenza being the key acute respiratory infection, due to its nature of being a usual cause of devastating pandemics such as the recent swine flu. Due to this fact surveillance of Acute Respiratory Infections and Influenza like illnesses is very important. This study observes the surveillance method used in Czech Republic. If surveillance is carried out it may work as a means to prevent the spread of ARI by determining the risk groups, seeing the effectiveness of vaccines, noticing changes in seasonal trends and thus providing foresight into an effective action plan in the case that an epidemic or pandemic could occur. Data for this study was mostly obtained from internet data bases, research books and publications.

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