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Traffic crime and its prevention
Zemanová, Michaela ; Říha, Jiří (advisor) ; Hořák, Jaromír (referee)
This thesis deals with the issue of traffic crime and its prevention. The topic of traffic crime is a current issue, because transport is a dynamically evolving sector of the economy, but it also brings negatives that affect the most important social values, human life and health. The aim of the thesis is to give a comprehensive treatise on traffic crime, its causes and prevention and to focus more closely on the analysis of criminal offences in traffic. Traffic crime relates to all types of transport, but this work focuses on road transport. The mainstay of the thesis is the analysis of the effective legislation, in particular the criminal law and the assessment whether it meets the requirements of the current situation or it needs to be modified. Traffic crime evolves just like traffic itself. Road users behave differently than they used to. Therefore, the legislation should react and not lag behind. It is important to keep on improving road safety. The thesis consists of five parts. The first one introduces the reader to the topic and explains the key concepts. The second one holds forth on various facts of the cases and provides reflections de lege ferenda. The third one describes the factors causing traffic crime and traffic accidents. The fourth one deals with addictive substances and their negative...
Reflections of social and political conditions of late Tudor and early Stuart England in the work of William Shakespeare
Zemanová, Michaela ; Skřivan, Aleš (referee) ; Kovář, Martin (advisor)
The aim of the dissertation was understanding and explaining historical plays of the most famous Elizabethan dramatists - namely William Shakespeare - in the context of the time the plays originated. Shakespeare's historical plays were the main source. Works of Elizabethan and early Jacobite dramatists were influenced by political, economical and religious changes in England of that time. Elizabethan writers were to celebrate and in some way legitimize the dynasty of the Tudors. The right of grandfather of Elizabeth II to English throne was quite problematic from some point of view. In his historical plays William Shakespeare also celebrated English history and he tried to created a picture of an "ideal ruler". First of all, his "Richard III" helped to make a portrait of Henry VII "who saved England from tyrannical rule of Richard III". So Shakespeare legitimized coming of dynasty of the Tudors. Shakespeare's interpretation of the "biggest villain" of English history influenced further generations of writers and historians. On the base of psychological development of historical figures which are complemented by peculiar characters from lower class Shakespeare uncovered religious and political problems of his time and relations between different social classes.

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