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Xuan Dieu`s Poetry Before August Revolution
Dinhová, Linh ; Lopatková, Marta (advisor) ; Nováková, Barbora (referee)
The objective of this thesis is to interpret Xuân Diệu's selected poems from collections Thơ thơ (1938) and Gửi hương cho gió (1945) published before the August Revolution. The description of the typical elements characteristic for this author is based on the grounds of thematic and motivic analysis, especially with regard to the earlier Vietnamese literary tradition. The introductory chapters of this thesis are devoted to presentation of the contemporary context of Xuân Diệu's work and his life. The main part of the text is dedicated to analysis of the individual poems based on identification of the key themes and interpretation of the constitutive motifs in the context of the collection as a whole. The thesis also deals with the author's conception of love and explores the influence of the French cursed poets on the work of Xuân Diệu. Keywords: Xuân Diệu, Thơ thơ, Gửi hương cho gió, New poetry, Vietnamese modernism, ca dao
Nam Cao`s novel Chi Pheo
Nguyen, Hoang P. Nhung ; Lopatková, Marta (advisor) ; Nováková, Barbora (referee)
Thisbachelor thesis deals with the short story Chi Pheo from 1941 by the Vietnamese realist writer Nam Cao (1917 -1951). The work presents the short story in the literary-historical context of the period of French colonial administration in the first half of the 20th century, with an emphasis on the 1930s and 1940s. The work also deals with the life of the author and presents the basic features of hiswork. The core of the bachelorthesis is ameaning-makinganalysis of theshort story, which focuses mainly on the three pivotalthemes of the short story, the characterization of characters and models for literary characters. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Vietnamese women portrayal in selected works of american war cinematography
Kieu, Diana Anh ; Crhák, Ondřej (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
This bachelor thesis analyzes the portrayal of vietnamese women in selected works of american war cinematography, which most of them were released in 1970s and 1980s, shortly after the war had concluded. While using the references and other sources, this thesis aims to cover american perception of vietnamese women, which was brought from war back to the U.S. by american soldiers and which also found its way to artworks. Based on chosen american war movies, this thesis is supposed to find out, whether the artistic reproductions are the same as the imagos described in references.
Expressing the Czech Conditional Mood in Vietnamese
Kaftan, Jiří ; Slavická, Binh (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with verbal and sentence mood, a topic falling into the field of modality. Its analytical part examines the way of paraphrasing Czech conditional mood, a morphological linguistic device to express modality, in Vietnamese, a language that by its typological nature does not have such a linguistic device. The analysis takes use of a contrastive method and its subject are six chosen functions of Czech conditional mood and their Vietnamese equivalents. The result are main linguistic devices being used in Vietnamese to paraphrase Czech conditional mood, as well as the finding of the degree of correspondence between Vietnamese equivalents and source Czech sentences, both in semantic and in formal respect.
Vietnamese Names and Their Changes after the Acquisition of Citizenship of the Czech Republic
Nguyenová, Cam Van ; Slavická, Binh (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with both the basic functions of Vietnamese names and their historical development to the present. The issue of changes following the acquisition of Czech citizenship comes to the forefront. The general part deals with the structure of the Vietnamese name, where their tasks are described in detail. For Czechs, primarily officials who get in contact with foreigners every day, especially with Vietnamese, the obstacle is not only in addressing them but also pronunciation as well as in the order of individual components of the name. This problem still persists after Vietnamese people have acquired the status of a citizen of the Czech Republic, mainly the one and a half and the second generation. I also focus in-depth on the rights and regulations of the changes that the Vietnamese have to face with dual citizenship, more specifically in Vietnamese names, where the deletion of the components and gender-specific last name are included. The practical part of the thesis consists of empirical research, where the interviews investigate the attitudes and opinions of both young Vietnamese who were born or grew up and fully integrated into the Czech society as well as the older generation who are the ones who choose the names for their children. Keywords: Vietnam, first name, middle...
Vietnamese Gastronomy in Trade Centre Sapa
Le, Duc Anh ; Nováková, Barbora (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
This bachelor thesis is dealing with the topic of Vietnamese gastronomy in Czech cultural environment, with the focus on its adaptation and the perception of Czech consumers. This work is using the Trade Center Sapa of district Praha - Libuš as a case study. The thesis has both theoretical and practical part. The first part is introducing the theoretical concept of gastronomy from anthropological view, continuing with description of Vietnamese gastronomy in the context of public restaurant facilities in Vietnam. In the second part, Trade Center Sapa is being introduced and its restaurant facilities are categorized and described. The last part is comparing perspectives of Vietnamese producers versus Czech and Vietnamese consumers on the issue of Vietnamese gastronomy in Sapa. Key words: Trade centre Sapa, Vietnamese gastronomy, public eating
Vietnamese youth community organizations operating in Prague
Malý, Matěj ; Nováková, Barbora (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the Vietnamese youth organizations which are based in Prague. The specific aim of the thesis is to describe these organizations and to identify the reason why people participate in them passively. The motivation for participation is examined through in- depth personal interviews with selected respondents. It is found that building the new social relationships and strengthening the existing ones as well as acquiring new knowledge and skills are the most motivating factors. One of the next motivations is also significantly influenced by the national factor, which means that the participants of these organizations are, with some exceptions, Vietnamese nationals. Keywords: Vietnam, organization, community, motivation, participation
Ethnic conflict in Central Highlands (Tây Nguyên) in 2001 and 2004
Leová, Quynh Anh ; Nožina, Miroslav (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with ethnic situation in the Central Highlands (Tây Nguyên) in Vietnam and with the ethnic conflict which lead to riots in 2001 and 2004. The aim of my thesis is to analyse this conflict and its impacts on current national minorities policy in Vietnam. Roots of this conflict go deep into history of relationship between ethnic majority Viet (Việt, or Kinh), and ethnic minorities. The Indochinese War and the Vietnam War had the biggest impact on this conflict, so did the economic reform Đổi Mới. The Đổi Mới aimed to improve living standards of ethnic minorities by resettling Viets to pass on their experience and help minorities to level up. However, number of the Viets have started to increase and tightening of control over the minorities lead to growth of interethnic tensions which resulted in ethnic conflict. Keywords: Vietnam, ethnic minorities, ethnic conflict, Tây Nguyên, Central Highlands
Contemporary Vietnamese Education System: Discussions of Private Supplementary Tutoring in Selected Vietnamese Online Periodicals
Flieglová, Lucie ; Jirková, Barbora (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
The following thesis deals with discussions of private supplementary tutoring in selected Vietnamese online media in the school year 2015/2016. The aim of this thesis is to discover the attitude of selected media toward private supplementary tutoring and identify ideological differences and specifics in their argumentation. Chapter 1 describes contemporary education system in Vietnam. Chapter 2 focuses on one of the most widely discussed problem of current education system, private supplementary tutoring (học thêm in Vietnamese). Chapter 3 gives a short overview of media situation in Vietnam. Chapter 4, closing chapter of this thesis, contains qualitative content analysis of selected articles in the analysed media. Keywords: Vietnam, education, private supplementary tutoring, media
The Culture of Vietnamese Gastronomy
Pham, Thuy Duong ; Nováková, Barbora (advisor) ; Lopatková, Marta (referee)
The thesis is focused on the culture of the Vietnamese gastronomy. The first chapter introduces the food and the drinks in Vietnam with emphasis on the social context of the dining and regional differences. The next chapter covers equipment usually used in Vietnam for dining. Third chapter is focused on the culture of the gastronomy of the Viet ethnic majority. This chapter includes description of everyday family rituals linked with the dining, cultural customs and their meaning. The ending chapter researches how are the family customs and traditions followed within the Vietnamese community in Prague. Key words: the culture of gastronomy, rituals, vietnamese gastronomy, the dining

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