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Comparison of sexist advertising: websites vs. other forms of marketing communication
Nápravníková Kořanová, Johana ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Zezulková, Markéta (referee)
This diploma thesis compares linguistic and sexist expressions used in adverts and on websites of companies Free Rádio, ÚAMK, Pila Pasák and Rodinný pivovar Bernard. The first part of the thesis provides broad theoretical background focusing on media, media communication, new media, marketing communication, sexism and linguistic aspects of marketing communication. Great deal of attention is paid to pragmatic aspects of advertising language, the communication functions and speech acts in adverts. The work also deals with sexual information in adverts, e.g. types of sexual information used in advertising, its effectiveness, typical sexist expressions but also with legal and ethical frames in advertising. The second part of the thesis are the analyses themselves. The adverts are analysed through a questionnaire that covers pragmatic, semiotic and semantic aspects so that the intersemiotic character of advertising is covered; other issues included are types of sexual information and sexist expressions. The websites are analysed through a questionnaire that challenges the structure of the website, its aim, design, used vehicles of expression, pragmatic aspects of the used language and the presence of sexism. The aim of this thesis is to answer five questions covering such issues as used vehicles of...
The Impact of Influencers on Young Pople's Body Image Aged 15 to 26
Shíbalová, Kamila ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis dealing with the topic "Impact of influencers on body image of young people aged 15-26" aims to define the nature of the influence stemming from the so- called social media influencers on their followers, through quantitative research. Social networks and their users who communicate with each other through audiovisual content play a key role in this work. The theoretical and practical part of the thesis focuses on the area of perception of the body, dissatisfaction with it, and is looking for possible connections with consumption of the content shared by influencers. The first part deals with several possible ways of understanding the term body image, which is closely related to the cult of beauty. It is followed by the history of perception of body image interpreting the dynamic development of trends in ideas of the so-called ideal body. The next chapter describes the phenomenon of new media and web pages employing so-called user-generated content. Two social networks typical of photo and video sharing were selected for the purpose of the research: YouTube and Instagram. Presentation of users with a high number of followers, the so-called influencers, undoubtedly affects the formation of opinions, values, and lifestyle of their audience. Therefore it is defined here how the influencers...
Media Training - The Rhetoric for Practice
Ouahdjinová, Tereza ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Podzimek, Jan (referee)
Diploma thesis: Media Training - The Rhetoric for Practice Tereza Ouahdjinová Abstract English The subject of this diploma thesis is the concept of media training in current practice, with a focus on individuals who, in their interactions with the media, not only represent the face of corporate, political and other organizations but also use the media to reach the general public. Due to the media attention that is attracted by these representatives, it is crucial that they know how to comport themselves in front of the media and how to utilize it to efficiently effect the target audiences. For this reason, media training focuses on the different forms of an individual's presentation, with the main focus being on speech. The thesis makes use of the foundations of rhetoric as a theoretical background for perceiving media training, specifically in regard to the ability to speak compellingly, correctly, and with consideration so as to influence the audience. Knowledge of rhetoric is key to making convincing arguments and giving prompt responses, and is a skill that can be developed, practiced and perfected over time. Media training interlinks this knowledge with the principles and processes of how the media function and teaches how to formulate messages and what to do and do not in interaction with journalists....
The use of geolocation applications as a tool of marketing communication in the Czech Republic
Peka, David ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with location based mobile games and their use in marketing. In the theoretical part of this thesis is explained and defined the phenomenon of location based mobile games and put in context within marketing. The theoretical part also deals with the development and circumstances, that made inception of location based mobile games possible. The practical part deals with a research of location based mobile games in the Czech Republic. The goal of the research is to find out which gaming elements and attributes are preferred by players and how do the players perceive interconnection of geolocation mobile games and marketing. The research is based on 119 responses of active players from Czech republic.
Marketing of virtual reality: Case study of Oculus VR
Klouda, Filip ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Klimeš, David (referee)
This thesis deals with the use of marketing communication for virtual reality devices from Oculus VR, which includes the Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR and Oculus Go. Main attention is drawn towards the Oculus Rift, which was the first commercially available VR device to render a fully 3D environment. The thesis analyzes various tools of marketing communication used in promoting the Rift and other Oculus products. The first part is devoted to theoretical concepts of virtual reality and the long history of this phenomenon, from the first stereoscope to modern head-mounted displays we know today. The following chapter examines the theories of marketing and public relations, as well as related concepts of digital marketing, event marketing and crisis communication. The second part presents the reader with an analysis of several forms of commercial communication used for promoting the Oculus Rift, including the crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, interacting with target audiences on social media and showcasing the Rift on various gaming and technology events. The closing part of the analysis provides the reader with an overview of the PR crisis the company faced in 2016 in relation to a political lobbying scandal of Oculus' founder Palmer Luckey.
The Pragmalinguistic Analysis of Teleshopping of Products From the Area of Cosmetics and Fitness
Tobolová, Michaela ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Schneiderová, Soňa (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is focused on the means of communication which are used by teleshopping to appeal to the viewers as the paper aims to discover whether teleshopping attempts to manipulate them. The theoretical part introduces teleshopping in relation to the marketing communication discourse and briefly discusses the psychology behind the viewers' purchase decision. In the methodological part, the paper introduces linguistics, pragmalinguistics and pragmalinguistic analysis as an approach to researching language. Moreover, it elaborates on manipulation and persuasion both as such and in relation to teleshopping. The practical part describes the relevant social context and then carries out pragamlinguistic analysis of three teleshopping spots, which advertise a juicer Mr Juice, slimming gel Slim Express and slimming belt U-Slender. The analysis puts emphasis on the use of language and potential argumentative fallacies. Based on the findings of the analysis, the thesis then summarizes style typical for teleshopping and compares it to the style typical for advertisements in terms of the use of language and in terms of manipulation. Lastly, a research is carried out to find how teleshopping is perceived by the public and whether the viewers are capable of distinguishing a fallacy shall they...
Theatre institutions as brands and their equity
Tulka, Martin ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Schneiderová, Soňa (referee)
The objective of this theses is to help find a way of building and measuring brand equity in a specific environment of theatre institutions. Chosen objectives are achieved by confronting the theoretical bases of building brand equity and the practice performed by theatre institutions, which was identified through semi-structured interviews with the marketing managers of 5 selected institutions. The result is a series of general recommendations for individual brand equity subcategories: loyalty, awareness, perceived quality and brand associations. Theatre institutions should apply strategic brand thinking, use appropriate branding tools regarding their financial and time possibilities, target audiences, and artistic leadership. They should focus on identifying the core audience, developing and promoting audience loyalty, managing the interaction of audience and employees as brand representatives, establishing a positioning and use it in communication, extending a brand to other communication channels, on the quality of the services, achieve harmony between audience associations and the brand concept. These recommendations may be adapted by theatre institutions and used to build brand values more effectively.
Present day-communication and language practise in the field of marketing from the prespective of marketing specialists
Kalousová, Kristýna ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Schneiderová, Soňa (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to outline an overview of language and language specifics which are used mainly by experts in the branch of marketing communication and PR as the part of a professional discourse. It describes the relationship between these language users and their lexicon. The aim of the thesis is not only to depict current trends of a unique slang and explain its function in the real communication of marketing communication and PR but also characterise a rational and emotional relationship of experts in marketing communication and PR. Nowadays, it is common to examine the language of advertisement but not the language of marketing communication and its practical usage and the reflection of the active language users, which is the merit of this bachelor thesis.
The current trends of outdoor advertisment extraordinary forms, focused on Prague
Linhart, Tomáš ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Koudelková, Petra (referee)
This thesis addresses the complexity of outdoor advertisement in the Czech Republic. In the theoretical section, characteristics of outdoor communication, advantages and disadvantages, forms, the market and associations are presented. The empirical section analyses the current trends of outdoor advertisement extraordinary forms based on the field research findings and the concluding chapter puts both the theory and findings into the context of the environment in Prague. In this final part, the advertisement smog and accordance with surroundings and legislation are examined. The default assumption is that the outdoor advertisement is ubiquitous and is influencing every single individual. The impact varies, but essential is that the outdoor advertisement is impossible to drop or shut down; it is only possible to ignore it in order to avoid it. This might cause the Czech indifference to the advertisement oversaturation, which is often criticised by artists and experts. The aim of the thesis is to analyse and collect the current trends of outdoor extraordinary adaptations with respect to form and content. The theory is followed by the empirical section analysing the data obtained by field research in Prague. Several popular trends were discovered: multidimensional additional structures, special 3D design,...
Green Marketing in the Digital Age
Halamková, Veronika ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Rosenfeldová, Jana (referee)
The goal of the Green Marketing in the Digital Age Bachelor's thesis is to contribute to the Czech discourse on green marketing with contemporary findings, explore the relations among the classical marketing theory, the green movement and new opportunities of the digital age as well as to analyse the current situation in the area of green marketing on the Czech market. The theoretical part recapitulates the historical evolution of green marketing, describes the current situation, and suggests prospective future progress in the area. Furthermore, it focuses on the main challenges in the communication of environmental themes and sets them in the context of the digital age, new media and its advantages that may hold the key to solving said challenges. Finally, it provides two sets of good practice principles for responsible and website communication. The practical part draws up on the theoretical one with the use of selected principles from each set as the assessment criteria for analysing the style and quality of green communication on corporate website across industries. The results of the analysis provide a compact overview in the form of numeric scores and an additional commentary for each industry. The practical part concludes with the final evaluation of results and a set of suggestions for further...

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