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Genus Sicista (Mammalia, Rodentia, Zapodidae) in the Western Palearctics: diversity, phylogeny and paleobiogeography.
Lišková, Tereza ; Horáček, Ivan (advisor) ; Vohralík, Vladimír (referee)
The bachelor thesis surveys literary data on taxonomy, distribution, phylogeny and range history of the genus Sicista, one of the least known clade of Palearctic rodents. The genus composes a monotypic family Sminthidae, a basal branch of the superfamily Dipodoidea recorded since the late Eocene. Fourteen recent species are currenty distinguished. Most of them colonize small vicariant ranges distributed from East Asia to Central Europe with peak of species diversity in Central Asia and Caucasus regions. Also two taxa occupying large ranges (S.betulina, S.subtilis) including eastern parts of Central Europe rank among the rarest local specis throughout most of their ranges. The European fossil record (more than 150 Quaternary sites) indicate quite a more extensive distribution covering diverse regions of the Western Europe during the Pleistocene and the early Holocene. Yet, the species identity of many fossil records remain doubtful due to quite indistinct morphological differences among particular species. The discrimination criteria and range history in Central Europe are discussed in details with particular attention to the fossil record available from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Key words: Sicista, phylogeny, range history, diversity, taxonomy, Western Palearctics
The influence of process liquids on the machining process
Lišková, Tereza ; Strejček, Jan (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
The content of my study is related to the coolant comparison in machining manufacturing process. Subject of analysis is a company which produce vacuum pumps and machine parts from aluminium castings and billets. My records and final analysis are a recommendation of the suitable coolant for the manufacturing process in terms of their Lean production system´s KPI´s (Safety, Quality, Delivery and Costs).
Israeli Defense Forces and Their Status in Society
Lišková, Tereza ; Bečka, Jan (advisor) ; Čížek, Martin (referee)
Práce se věnuje vztahu Izraelských obranných sil a izraelské společnosti, jak jsou tyto vztahy ovlivňovány náboženstvím v armádě, etnickými rozdíly společnosti a postupem armády v různých vnějších i vnitřních konfliktech. První kapitola je zaměřena na samotnou armádu, popisuje konflikty, kterých se účastnila. Dále analyzuje aktuální stav armády co se týče demografie, jaký je počet osob v armádě, etnické složení apod. Také se zabývá procesem náboru do povinné vojenské služby. Další část analyzuje vztah armády s židovským náboženstvím. To se do armády dostalo během 70. let a od té doby má určitý vliv na chod armády, což se začalo promítat i do vztahu společnosti k armádě. Kromě náboženství se kapitola také zaměřuje na etnicitu v armádě, jak už na rozdíl mezi Židy a ostatními etniky, tak i na rozdělení samotného židovského obyvatelstva. V poslední kapitole práce analyzuje výsledky průzkumů veřejného mínění mezi lety 2003 až 2012, kde sleduje především procento důvěryhodnosti armády a další aspekty týkající se vztahu společnosti k Izraelským obranným silám. Vliv náboženství, etnicity i konfliktů je vyhodnocen jako klíčový pro utváření přístupu společnosti k armádě. U konfliktů záleží na míře zapojení a provedení operací, náboženství vztah formuje svým zapojením či spíše nezapojením nábožensky založených jedinců...
Narative struktur
Lišková, Tereza ; Kraus, Jiří (advisor) ; Švelch, Jaroslav (referee)
The topic of diploma thesis was to analyze the narrative structure and transmedia storytelling of Star Wars processed into a film by director George Lucas. The work is mainly focused on narrative analysis of both the original and more recent films and further analysis of transmedia narrative that makes Star Wars extend mainly into the field of literature and computer games. In addition to narrative analysis subject of the work was also the analysis of the fictional world where the story takes place. Another point of diploma thesis is to analyze transmedia narrative that makes the original Star Wars story transform into a books, computer games and more. The whole concept of Star Wars can be described as a modern narrative, moreover, whose stories are from the genre of science-fiction and take place in a completely fictional environment. During the analysis of narrative structures, author primarily used the classical theoretical literature about the narrative theory. For example the Morphology fairy tales from Vladimir J. Propp, according to which it is possible to extent the analyse of the original and other episodes of Star Wars. For analysis of transmedia storyteling was also used studies of Mary Laure Ryan, who discusses the possibility of altering the basic narrative in transmedia narrative. The aim of...
Signs and sign systemes in an advertising ellection camlaign
Lišková, Tereza ; Šoltys, Otakar (advisor) ; Lysoňková, Lenka (referee)
Bachelor thesis titled "Signs and sign systems in an advertising campaign" focuses on the analysis of a particular political campaigns. It is an election campaign of Strana práv občanů (Party of citizen's rights) - ZEMANOVCI during the elections to the Chamber of Parliament of the Czech Republic in 2010. The thesis analyzed specific process behind the campaign entitled "30 stories of Milos Zeman," with key leader and chairman of the party well-known Czech politician Milos Zeman. Campaign also by name refers to the socialist series "30 cases of major Zeman". The work will first analyze marketing issues of the campaign and its potential success given to the end voters. Bachelor thesis also focuses on the signs and sign systems using semiotic analysis and to identify their explicit, but also a secondary meaning and the purpose for which the party wanted to use them in their campaign. The thesis further analyze an electoral program and its connection with the signs applied in the campaign. The last part includes, the comparation of the political campaing of SPOZ with the campaigns of the rival political parties.
Connecting selected aspects of femininity to the world of new media
Lišková, Tereza ; Kera, Denisa (advisor) ; Hornová, Magdalena (referee)
This paper is an attempt gto an alternative approach to the problem of touch connectig area of new media and feminist discourse. The theme and content of the work is firmly connected to show the situation of the touch in the context of current develepment of technology. The result is the body of the text showing the irony of touch.
The position of Czech soldiers to the Afghan population during the reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan
Lišková, Tereza ; Dopita, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
Bachelor work deals with the characteristic attitudes of Czech participants on missions in Afghanistan, mainly civilian and military staff of Provincial Reconstruction Teams. Theoretical part is based on the opinions of Samuel P. Hungtington's clash of civilizations and Francis Fukuyama's end of History. This work also utilized the opinions of their critics such as Associate Professor Miroslav Mendel or Oskar Křejčí. As a methodological approach at this work is chosen case study, namely disciplined interpretive study. To determine the attitudes of Czech actors in Afghanistan was carried out analysis of relevant data First, analysis of publicly available materials and information about the mission in Afghanistan, then on the basis of published interviews with participants PRT Logar and also according to the results of own survey among troops and civilian experts. The aim of this work is to determine the characteristics of attitudes of Czech actors during the reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan. And also find out which theory about relationship between two different cultural group is attitude of Czech soldiers more simmilar or closer.
West and Christianity in Relation to Islam in the Context of Reconstruction in Afghanistan
Lišková, Tereza ; Dopita, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
Bachelor work deals with the interpretation of the relations of Czech participants on missions in Afghanistan, mainly civilian and military staff of Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan and local residents. Theoretical part is based on the opinions of Samuel P. Hungtington's clash of civilizations and Francis Fukuyama's end of History. This work also utilized the opinions of their critics such as Associate Professor Miroslav Mendel. As a methodological approach at this work is chosen mainly discourse analysis. Interpretation of ideas of Czech actors in Afghanistan, their attitudes and their perceptions in different civilizational groups was carried out on the basis of analysis of relevant data. First, analysis of publicly available materials and information about the mission in Afghanistan, then on the basis of published interviews with participants PRT Logar and also according to the results of own survey among troops and civilian experts. The aim of this work is to understand the interrelation of Czech actors and the Afghan people during the reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan. And also find out which theory about relationship between two different cultural group is experience of Czech soldiers more simmilar or closer.

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