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Czechoslovak Women's Union between 1965 and 1975
Počárovská, Petra ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Koura, Petr (referee)
This thesis aims to set a complex view on Czechoslovak Women's Union, the only women's organization allowed by the state in Czechoslovakia between 1965 and 1975. For this purpose the thesis is divided into four chapters. The first chapter defines the women's organizations in Czechoslovakia between 1948 and 1965. The second one, which is the core of this thesis together with the two following chapters, describes organization structure of Czechoslovak Women's Union and its changes between 1965 and 1975. Third chapter concentrates on organization's ideology and its changes during this period, focusing on events of 1968 and the following changes. Last chapter describes how the ideology of Czechoslovak Women's Union was reflected in Vlasta magazine. Key words: Czechoslovak Women's Union, woman, socialism, Prague Spring, normalization, Vlasta magazine
Public life of woman: Two life stories from the period of normalization
Počárovská, Petra ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Míšková, Alena (referee)
This thesis aims to set a complex view on women in public life, which means in politics and dissent during the period of so called normalization (1969-1989). The thesis concentrates on the women in the federal legislature, national councils, in the lead positions in the Communist party and on the other hand on the women involved in the most famous opposition activities. The main contribution is to compare a percentage share of women in these two groups, their everyday reality and it is going to focus on the women's issues and their solution. Using the analysis of two interviews, there will be a comparison of two women's life stories , first of a politician's and second of a dissident's, also with their attitude to life and an experience of representatives of the female sex during the normalization. The first chapter defines the normalization period, functioning of the newly established regime and it sets feminine question into the historical context. The second one describes women's involvement in politics and dissent and for that it uses the third and also last chapter. This chapter is an analysis of the two interviews about lives of politician Anna Kretová and dissident Dana Němcová. Key words: women, socialism, normalization, politics, dissent

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