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Relation of theology and ethics of the newspapering
Sálová, Jana ; Martínková, Libuše (advisor) ; Kropáček, Luboš (referee)
Vztah teologie a etiky novinářské práce Relation of theology and ethics of the newspapering Mgr. Jana Sálová, DiS. In my thesis "Relation of theology and ethics of newspapering" I wanted to find how journalists enforce ethics of newspapering in practice, if this ethical rules hold always and everywhere or is special ethical rules for work of journalist e. g. in war. And if and how much mingle belief and religion with work of journalist. My thesis "Relation of theology and ethics of newspapering" is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The knowledge gained from the practical part are then summarized in the final part of the thesis. In the beginning of the theoretical part of the thesis I present the definition of ethics and its forms in ancient history - in Egypt, Mesopotamia, Canaan, Israel and Greece. Then I present thinkers of medieval philosophy, especially Augustinus Aurelius and Thomas of Aquin. To this historical overview I also added the development of ethics in modern periods, e.g. utilitarianism, Kant and his categorical imperative and existential approach. From 20th century theories I chose situational ethics with roots in the 60's. As we can approach ethics differently, I presented the division of ethics within philosophy (descriptive, normative and applied ethics and also...
Visual Representation of Christianity in Public Space on Street Art Platform. Research of New Religious Context
Martínková, Libuše ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Dolista, Josef (referee) ; Štampach, Ivan (referee)
Libuše Martínková Vizuální reprezentace křesťanství ve veřejném prostoru na platformě street artu Výzkum nového náboženského kontextu Visual Representation of Christianity in Public Space On Street Art Platform Research of New Religious Context This dissertation project presents the typology of visual representation of Christianity in up-to-date street art, which is described here as a new communication media, spreading also the message of religious character. Street art is viewed here as a new religious discourse, which is analyzed in detail from the perspective of communication processes. The disertation focuses also on the street art (public space) and cyberspace afinity, as well as the raise of number of social and culture changes. The goal is to open the discussion on theme of prospects and perils of contextualisation of the mission.
The Devil as portrayed in Current Film Art
Schieblová, Veronika ; Martínková, Libuše (advisor) ; Kropáček, Luboš (referee)
The thesis "The Devil as Portrayed in Contemporary Film Art. Focused on American and British Production from the 60s until the Present" discusses the portrayal of the Devil in contemporary American and British film. The work is divided into two main parts. The theoretical part summarizes the concept of the Devil from the perspective of different religions, followed by a chapter on the concept of the Devil in the visual arts. The practical part of the work analyzes films that represent the Devil as a man or a zoomorphic creature, films dealing with exorcism, and finally films that portray the Devil as the Antichrist. The work examines the symbols used in films to capture the Devil in its entirety. It deals primarily with the Devil's appearance, character and power as well as the methods used to demonstrate this power. The analysis of the filmmakers' interpretation is then compared with the Devil as portrayed in traditional religion and art. The goal is to systematically develop an overview of the Devil as a recurring character in contemporary film art and at the same time examine the relationship between film, religious and artistic conceptions of the Devil.
The Manifestation of God in Film
Duda, Miroslav ; Martínková, Libuše (advisor) ; Kropáček, Luboš (referee)
Anotation The main gaol of this study is to systematically map the manifestation of God in film with the focus on Hollywood production because it influences the whole western cinematography from its beginning to the present day. It systematically reveals various approaches to adaptation of the topic with regard to the time, cultural and social kontext. It expounds the development of the main aspects and ground of film censorship, which is considerably influenced by religion in secularized societies. It describes the techniques and approaches of individual directors to the topic.
Modern medialization of God in light of theological reflexion
Mácha, Viktor ; Vogel, Jiří (advisor) ; Martínková, Libuše (referee)
Modern medialization of God in light of theological reflexion Viktor Mácha The core of this work is focused on christian values and persons of the Trinity communication by means of modern mass-medias. It's structure is based on the most explicit model - singapure project God's Campaing from 2001, which is disassembled step by step by marketing management methodology and extended with related cases of "God's medializations" throughout the most influential communication channels of twentieth and twenty-first century at the same time, e.g. radio and television broadcasting, internet and entertainment industry. From stated in advance concept of medialization as an evangelization method the author concludes that more than a mission effort these communication channels are accomplishing certain form of pre-evangelization, pre-catechesis and pre-kerygmatic announcements in wider terms of inculturation.
The influence of the massmedien on life of modern man and on his relation to God in postmodernism
Šťastna, Josef ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Martínková, Libuše (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to show how mass media inluence modern men, their spirituality and their attitudes toward God. A compiling method is used in this thesis together with the views and opinions of the author, who himself is influenced by the environment living in, by mass media and by his life views and faith. It aims to evoke questions without authoritatively giving answers. This thesis critical against any form of dogmas (whether media, science or theological).
Religious Moral Values in the Czechoslovak Film in 1948 - 1968
Zezuláková, Andrea ; Martínková, Libuše (advisor) ; Říčan, Pavel (referee)
My diploma work called Religious Moral Values in the Czechoslovak Film in 1948 - 1968 deals with occurrence of religious moral values in the filmmaking of the chosen period. The first chapter briefly discusses the history of Czechoslovakia and cultural changes that affected and influenced the society of that time .The chapter brings also the stories and the lot of selected churches and thus it explains the position of a believing man who after the year 1948 was deliberately deprived of his religion by the state authority. This chapter is important for better illustration of the state of society, which was believing and practising until that time. The second chapter analyses and specifies moral values, especially religious moral values. There are also described moral values in relation to the socialistic, respectively totalitarian society. The third chapter deals with the history of the movie and it introduces films as a medium which is able to control the masses.The fourth part deals with the Czechoslovak film at the certain period. The final chapter contains an analysis of individual films by means of my personal interpretation.

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