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Identity-forming effect of German Budweiser associations in the second half of the long 19th century (1860-1914). Defining the German public space.
Stachová, Monika ; Doubek, Vratislav (advisor) ; Štefek, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis scrutinizes various strategies of German associations in České Budějovice and their effect on the local German population in the process of forming German identity. It draws its attention to turning points in urban and associational history, i.e. the early 1860s marking the split up of Liedertafel into two national entities, 1872 as the opening of the German House, further, the year the new mayor Josef Taschek came into office, and the beginning of the First World War. It attempts to interpret the mechanisms through which the associations were forming the identity, as a symbolic civil war of meanings. In connection to that, it examines whether those associations developed any kind of political activities or not. In addition, it suggests possible link between local policy and associational life. It focuses on drawing a trajectory of identity development from utraquism to Germanness and frames it in the larger sociopolitical context. Moreover, it concentrates on the position changes of Germans and the interdependence between the urban and rural space. Key words: identity, associational life, memory, local patriotism, Budweiser Germans, České Budějovice, language policy, associational policy
Identity of Carpathian Germans in the Era of Interwar Czechoslovakia
Stachová, Monika ; Spurný, Matěj (advisor) ; Michela, Miroslav (referee)
The bachelor thesis Identity of Carpathian Germans in the Era of Interwar Czechoslovakia addresses the identification issue of Carpathian Germans in Slovakia. Furthermore on the background of broader social, cultural and economical context, it attempts to express to what extent German population identified itself with the construct of the Carpathian-German identity, respectively with other identities, e.g. local identities. Apart from that, it focuses on the genesis of this term as such, as well as on alterations of its content. The thesis deals with inter alia the relations among other minorities and loyalty to the interwar Czechoslovakian state. Moreover, it examines, whether the collective identity of entire German population living in Slovakia was created or not. In connection to that, it outlines a question, which role the Germans coming from the Czech lands and other features played in the process of forming the Carpathian-German identity. Key words: identity, alterity, nationalism, loyalty, minority policy, the Carpathian German Party (KdP), the Zipser German Party (ZdP), memory, local patriotism
Inheritance law institutes
Stachová, Monika ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Elischer, David (referee)
The subject of this diploma thesis is to analyze the basic inheritance law institutes before and after the recodification of private law in the Czech Republic. Considering the forthcoming effect of the Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the New Civil Code which will replace the current Civil Code No. 40/1964 Coll. and which introduces significant changes into the inheritance law, the main aim of the thesis is to provide a comprehensive picture of selected inheritance law institutes in the light of these specific changes, their assessment and outline of the beneficial and problematic areas. The thesis is composed of five main chapters, each of them dealing with a specific area of inheritance law institutes. The introductory chapter of the thesis defines the concept and legal regulation of the inheritance law in the Czech Republic. I also briefly define the basic principles that are crucial for the inheritance law, whereas I emphasize the principle of will autonomy, which is the main principle for the new inheritance law regulation. The second chapter explains the concept of inheritance law institute and outlines also the new concepts of inheritance law. The main goal of the thesis is particularized in the final part of the chapter. Chapter three examines the basic assumptions of hereditary succession; for the...
Criminal liability of legal entities - from the bill to the forceable enactment
Stachová, Monika ; Kuba, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Horký, Bohuslav (referee)
The Act on criminal liability of legal entities and proceedings against them became effective on 1 January 2012. Although it is a highly controversial law disrupting the established criminal law principles, the Czech Republic was one of the few European Union member states whose laws did not embed criminal liability of legal entities in its laws. An effort concerning solving this problem appeared as far back as 2004, the Chamber of Deputies, however, rejected the original bill. Perhaps due to the international pressure or due to the increase in crimes committed by legal entities, in 2011, the second bill was already approved. This thesis deals with the arguments and process of discourse, from which emerged the valid enactment, as well as an explanation of some of the principal provisions of the Act and also the international scheme of criminal liability of legal entities. It is difficult to anticipate the specific impact of the Act due to its short effect and therefore the thesis on criminal liability of legal entities is more of a theoretical than practical.

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