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The policy of gender identity in the labour movement within the region of Liberec (1890-1914).
Mareš, Jan ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Pokorný, Jiří (referee) ; Gelnarová, Jitka (referee)
Jan MAREŠ, The policy of gender identity in the labour movement within the region of Liberec (1890-1914), dissertation, Institute of Czech History, Charles University, Charles University Prague, 2021. The thesis attempts to address the question of whether and how the configuration of the gender order of the labour movement represented by the German Social Democracy was transformed and how it was formed by class and nationalist politics. Therefore the dissertation focuses on changes of the representations of femininity and masculinity and desirable social relations between two of them. It is situated into the specific spatial context of the city of Liberec/Reichenberg in North Bohemia and its surroundings, with emphasis on the period 1890-1914. The broader context of the development of the workers' Social democratic movement is considered too. The study is mainly based on printed literary sources with special regard to periodicals. Firstly, the thesis examines the broader context of the formation and reception of Marxist thought and its relationship to the national and woman question. The second chapter is focused on the 1860s and 1870s. It builds on existing literature about development of the Social democratic movement, but illuminates it from a gender perspective. Here the attention is focused...
The phenomenon of serial killers on the example of the case of Svatoslav Štěpánek (1911-1938)
Padělková, Karolína ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
Murder and violence in general have always been, and unfortunately will probably always be, one of the great problems of humanity. From time immemorial, however, the most serious act of violence - murder - has been punished. The most perverted cases were punished by the so- called "eye for an eye" principle, i.e. by sentencing them to death. After the establishment of the First Czechoslovak Republic, it was discussed whether to continue to retain the death penalty as part of criminal law. The capital punishment remained enshrined in law until 1990. There were quite a few murderers punished in this way during the interwar period. The presented work focuses on the case of the sexual serial murderer Svatoslav Štěpánek (1911- 1938), who started his killing spree in 1928. His last victim was murdere in 1936, the year he was arrested. In a trial that took place from 12 to 17 May 1937 at the Regional Court in Litoměřice, he was found guilty of the murders of Bedřich Brožovský, Františka Třísková and Jiřinka Šťastná, and sentenced to death. The sentence was carried out the following year in the Pankrác prison, where Štěpánek was relocated to after the occupation of Litoměřice, where he was imprisoned after the verdict was handed down. The aim of this work is to describe in detail the life and case of the...
Indology in Czechoslovakia in 1945-1968
Bujárek, Vojtěch ; Šedivý, Ivan (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis is focused on the development of Indology in Czech or rather Czechoslovak milieu between 1945 and 1968. Its goal is to describe on the base of source material the institutional and personnel development of this scholarly discipline in the given period, to determine the object of the Indological research and its changes in time and to analyse the meaning of the term Indology itself in the contemporary discourse. Three main chapters focused on the Third Czechoslovak Republic period, on the 1950s and 1960s include an outline of the development from the "old" Indology which was focused on issues of ancient India, to the "new" Indology which attempted to encompass themes of contemporary India and evolved into a generally prospering discipline respected abroad before the invasion of Warsaw Pact armies to Czechoslovakia in August 1968 brought this promising development to an abrupt end.
History of grammar school Chomutov in the years 1945-1948
Brabcová, Eliška ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
These thesis deals with the history of the state real grammar school in Chomutov between 1945 to 1948. Specifically, it focuses on reconstruction of the grammar school after the World War II, how the education, situation of students and teachers looked like, what the life of school was outside, if the Fabruary coup had an impact on grammar school Chomutov in 1948. It tries to reveal what all the teachers had to deal with during the renovation of the grammar school and whether it was possible to build on the Czech grammar school, which was in Chomutov before the Munich Agreement; how the settlement of the borderland was reflected in the students - where they came from, what social category they belonged to according to their parents' profession, what can be found out about their teaching and achievement - and grammar school teachers - where they came from and what was their age where they taught before entering Chomutov and other details that can be read from archival materials - and what all these findings say about the state of the grammar school and its surroundings at the time of the study. Key words: Grammar school, education, Chomutov, borderlands, settlement, third republic
Agricultural Children Shelters in the Countryside between Years 1940-1960
Farová, Eliška ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Fapšo, Marek (referee)
(in English) This bachelor's thesis deals with a so far unexplored topic of children's agricultural shelters, which existed in the period of 1940-1960 and were located mostly in the Czechoslovakian countryside. Particular emphasis is given to the period between the years 1945-1955. The work is divided into two distinct parts. The first part deals the history of shelters and their role in preschool education is explored. The second part is concerned with various aspects and roles the shelters held, and the roles that might have been assigned to them throughout history. Great emphasis is placed on their economic and social roles. In these roles the author points out the often overlooked significant hygienical and medical aspects. The main goal of this thesis is to show the multiple functions of agricultural shelters through the perspective of social history and biopower/biopolitics and to point out the fact, that a seemingly ordinary facility can have far-reaching consequences.
Exhibition Great Moravia in the context of the politics of history
Rejholec, David ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Stehlík, Michal (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the exhibition Great Moravia organized on the occasion of the thousandth anniversary of the arrival of Cyril and Methodius. Using the approach of the politics of history, the individual aspects by which the exhibition influenced its visitors are discussed in this text. The first part deals with the context of the annual celebrations during which the exhibition took place. It is followed by a subchapter devoted to the presentation of the exhibition within the Czechoslovak borders. Its course and ideological message are monitored in it. In the following chapter devoted to foreign reinstallations, the course of Great Moravia outside the borders of Czechoslovakia is analyzed in more detail. Furthermore, this chapter contains reflections on the ways in which the message that the exhibition carried could be passed on. In the end, it is summarized what message the exhibition was to pass on, with the central idea being "a common state of ancestors of Czechs and Slovaks."
The phenomenon of Czechoslovak hitchhiking in the 1960s
Čejková, Berenika ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Rychlík, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the phenomenon of Czechoslovak hitchhiking in the 1960s. It presents it as a contemporary global phenomenon, focusing on its "Czech version". In the work, the author tries to answer questions about what was its character, actors, forms, problems and what conditions enabled its mass development in this period. At the same time, the question of the position of young people as the main actors of hitchhiking and its relationship to the Czechoslovak Youth Union is presented in more detail. Based on the example of an unsuccessful event of organized hitchhiking, the work presents the shortcomings of this organization. The text is divided into eight main chapters. First, the definition of the term hitchhiking is introduced. Subsequently, hitchhiking is set in a contemporary context. The next chapter deals with the topic of 1960s media, which was the main source for the work. The following is a description of the course of hitchhiking and its various forms, which are arranged according to the motivation for this way of traveling. A separate part is also devoted to organized hitchhiking, the causes that led to it, the course and its failed end. The last chapter deals with the position of hitchhiking in the late 60's and an outline of its fate in the next period. Key words...
Political Vison of Václav Havel During His Czechoslovak Presidency, 1990-92
Libnar, Vojtěch ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis explores opinions of Václav Havel on Czech-Slovak question inside of the Common state. It analyses to his views on important international questions and issues of integration of Czechoslovakia inside Europe and eventually his views on the course of economic transformation in the period 1990-92. The goal of this thesis is to outline the political vision of Václav Havel for the above issues through scholarly publications, but especially via his own texts and speeches and the periodical radio broadcast Hovory v Lánech. The Czech-Slovak question proved to be one of the most important for functioning of Common state. This question occupied Havel's attention in domestic politics and its unsuccessful solution finally became the reason for his abdication as president. The fame of the first post - communist president in international scene was indeed unexpected and the international relationships were Havel's domain, in which many of his visions became reality. Economic transformation was an important aspect in the transition of Czechoslovakia to a democratic system with a market economy and as such Havel could not forget to reflect it.
Czech Radio Broadcasting for Youth in the Period of "Normalization"
Tanclová, Petra ; Rychlík, Jan (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is exploring the form of Czech broadcasting for children and youth within the Czechoslovak Radio in the Period of "Normalization". At that time, the ideology of the regime had to be present in some way in almost all broadcasts. Therefore, the main goal of this thesis is to find out in more detail how was the ideology present in children's and youth radio production and whether, despite the ideology, interesting and valuable broadcasts could have been created, even outside the artistic program. Via scholarly publications, various articles, as well as written and audio sources from the archives of the Czech Radio, the author describes the personnel situation and the organization in the Main Editorial Office for Children and Youth. She describes the broadcasting itself and its ideological and educational subtext, even through examples of special programs for political anniversaries and events. The attention is also paid to exceptional and valuable educational radio events for pupils of the primary school. In conclusion, the author claims that despite the general impact of the ideology, the entire program for children and youth cannot be simply condemned. The capable employees of the Main Editorial Office were not only among those who created the artistic program, but also among...
Post-war political situation in Lovosice (1945-1948)
Broul, Jan ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Randák, Jan (referee)
Příloha č. 2 Abstract In my bachelor's thesis I decided to write about the political situation in the town of Lovosice after World War II during the so-called Third Republic in the years 1945 - 1948. At the beginning, I would like to focus on the liberation of Lovosice by the Red Army and analyze the process of taking power by the National Committee, headed by Rudolf Kaftan. How the fighting took place, what influence the domestic Czech resistance had there and what was the resistance from German troops and local Germans. I would like to focus primarily on these issues. I would also like to process the subsequent expulsion of the German population from the city, where it may be interesting to follow the fates of some German families and important people. I want to find out how the expulsion of the Germans took place, in what amount, according to what rules and if there were any excesses and loss of life. I will also be interested in how the savage expulsion in 1945 differed from the organized one, which did not begin until May 1946. I also want to analyze the property relations and changes that took place during the expulsion and in the following months. I will also point out the significant demographic change of the city. Furthermore, in my work I will examine the political actions of the National...

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