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Dehumanization as a risk factor for the use of digital technologies in the context of social work
Brezina, Lukáš ; Vrzáček, Petr (advisor) ; Müller, Karel (referee)
The thesis deals with the threat of dehumanization when applying digital technologies and robotics into social work. The work focuses on the history and origin of digital technologies within the context of social changes. It explores the basic rules governing elementary functioning and development of digital technologies and robotics. The thesis describes and summarizes basic information about the possibilities and risks of using digital technologies and robotics within social work. Towards the end it also includes opinions of several professional and political authorities who are active in this topic. This thesis aims to trigger the debate over the possible threats connected to dehumanization of social work and the use of digital technologies and robotics, respectively make it more intensive.
Historico-Sociological Analysis of the Sharing Economy from its Early Digital Foundations to the Present
Martos Carrion, Esther ; Blaive, Muriel (advisor) ; Müller, Karel (referee) ; Maslowski, Nicolas (referee)
The main goals of this project are; (1) to explore what sort of consequential events have made possible the emergence of the sharing economy, (2) to observe how this socio- economic system has evolved over time, (3) to identify current drivers, typologies, challenges and other aspects of consumer behaviour attached to this digital phenomenon and, (4) to monitor the user traffic (2015-2017) of remarkable sharing economy platforms including the social network Facebook. Although the sharing economy still yet being a new paradigm, this dissertation aims to explore the subject from a historico-sociological perspective taking into consideration events occurred from the 80's onwards. This study addresses qualitative and quantitative data collected from the literature review, 22 personal interviews with experts on the field and web tracking systems. As a principal outcome, this dissertation will provide a theoretical approach in which the brief history of the sharing economy will be argued in detail.
Regulation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in tobacco plants during potyviral infection
Müller, Karel ; Ryšlavá, Helena (advisor) ; Vaňková, Radomíra (referee) ; Luhová, Lenka (referee)
Charles University in Prague Faculty of Science, Department of Biochemistry Regulation of phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase in tobacco plants during potyviral infection Regulace fosfoenolpyruvátkarboxylasy v rostlinách tabáku během virové infekce Karel Müller Supervisor: RNDr. Helena Ryšlavá CSc. Prague, 2008 2 Table of contents / Obsah Introduction........................................................................................................................................ 3 Aim of the work................................................................................................................................. 4 Results and discussion ....................................................................................................................... 5 Isolation of PEPC from tobacco leaves ......................................................................................... 5 Characterization of tobacco PEPC................................................................................................. 5 Regulation of tobacco PEPC during viral infection....................................................................... 7 Effect of cytokinins in tobacco leaves during stress.................................................................... 10...
European integration through sceptical prism in the European Parliament
Kruhmalova, Irina ; Němec, Jan (advisor) ; Müller, Karel (referee)
The current rise of Euroscepticism has been observed in all EU Members States and has become the central concern in the European Union for governing bodies to deal with. Therefore, continued French dissatisfaction with the European Union, the British exit from the European Union and a rise of both left and right radical wings throughout the Union have appeared at the center of European debate. Regarding the fact that the only directed body at the supranational level is the European Parliament, it is necessary to understand how national demands for sovereignty can be projected on supranational level. With the ratification of Lisbon Treaty, the European Parliament was established as a significant co-decision body. As an additional outcome, political groups inside the EP got an opportunity to introduce their nominees to the Commission presidency through the lead candidate (Spitzenkandidaten) system, where appointed politicians were expected to present their programmes in all EU countries and become familiar to European citizens. The conducted study pays attention to the phenomenon of Euroscepticism and its place in the European Parliament.

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