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Significance of the old law trademark rights
Zemanová, Kristýna ; Růžička, Michal (referee) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
This dissertation thesis comprises a comprehensive analysis of trademarks concerning the trademark rights with focus on its registration eligibility - legal issues concerning such eligibility. This dissertation thesis reflects current legislation in the Czech Republic, European Union as well as relevant International treaties.
Way of thinking by philosopher - dissident Bohumir Janat
Zemanová, Kristýna ; Hogenová, Anna (advisor) ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
Dissertation "A thought journey of a philosopher-disident Bohumír Janát" deals with the life and work of a Christian philosopher and spokesman of Charter 77. The work is not divided into two parts, but each chapter includes both his personal and professional life as well as analysis of Janáts texts. The work begins with Janáts childhood and his studies at the Faculty of Arts at Charles University in Prague and continues with the period from graduation until the year 1989 when his texts already contain motifs he was developing for the rest of his life. Year 1988 was particularly important as at this time he was the spokesman for Charter 77. The third section is the period from 1989 to Janáts death in November 1998 when he produced most of his work. The work is especially pointing out that Bohumir Janát was always a critic of present, he ran against the spirit of the time - during and even after a totalitarian regime end in November 1989. He saw the coup as a revelation of God's power, not as a revolution. He hoped for a change in the mindset of the nation, for a turnover to the sphere of ethics and spiritual deepening. Post- revolutionary development, however, was a deep disappointment for him. His inspiring thinkers were S. Dunne, H. D. Thoreau, T. G. Masaryk and F. Nietzsche, whose philosophy...
Protein in the diet of athletes
Zemanová, Kristýna ; Hučko, Boris (advisor) ; Kodeš, Alois (referee)
Protein plays an important role in an athlete's regeneration, recovery and muscle growth. Unlike fat and carbohydrates, proteins are irreplaceable in our diet. The muscle tissue is composed primarily of proteins, so most athletes believe that higher protein intake will result in faster muscle growth. However, an excessive amount of protein is linked to fatigue, higher strain on kidneys and liver, loss of large amounts of water and potassium ions. Furthermore, high level of protein intake causes excretion of certain vitamins and minerals (e. g. calcium, zinc, B vitamins). The human body is unable to effectively process more then 2 to 2.5 g of protein per kilogram of body weight. Recommended daily protein dietary allowance is 0.8 to 1.2 g/kg for a sedentary person, 1.2 to 2 g/kg for athletes, approximately 1.2 to 1.4 g/kg for endurance athletes, and for heavy resistance training athletes increased protein intake of 1.6 to 1.7 g/kg is recommended. Meat and dairy products contain complete proteins that have an ideal ratio of essential amino acids well suited for human dietary needs. In contrast, proteins derived from plant food contain only incomplete proteins. One must combine multiple plant sources to achieve sufficient amounts of all essential amino acids. There is no need for protein supplements as long as we eat a well-balanced diet. Most athletes, however, use whey proteins to boost regeneration and muscle growth. It is particularly valued for its easy digestibility. Therefore, it is recommended to be taken right after training (at doses of 0.3 g/kg body weight) when the digestive tract is not capable of processing complex food. Increased levels of amino acids in blood soon after consumption are required for effective muscle protein synthesis.
Copyright protection in online media
Trinh, Thuy Duong ; Boháček, Martin (advisor) ; Zemanová, Kristýna (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with protection of copyright within online media, with a focus on personal blogs. The author presents definition of basic terms of copyright, especially definition of usage of the work and description of way of use, and deals with the issue of liability for copyright infringement and identification of persons who carry the responsibility. This thesis is also dedicated to copyrights itself and its instruments of enforcement. Increased focus is put on available jurisdiction, especially jusrisdiction of The Court of Justice of the European Union. Finally, the author conducted a survey among the authors who publish their works online to determine their experience with the violation of their rights.

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