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Contemporary modern political parties and their media presentation.
Naumenko, Iurii ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
In this thesis will be studied the modern political parties and their media presentation. The thesis focuses on the relations between political parties, business sector and journalism. The author tries to answer the question, what do the political parties do to create positive image in the media, especially in the media of public servis. The studies of this thesis wil be done on the basic principles of text analysis using the lingvistical classification of illocutionary and perlocutionary acts. The thesis also focuses on the journalistic ethics, the new theories of the media studies and new types of political parties, especially the libertarian parties (according to Herbert Kitschelt) and business political parties as are defined the first of all by Jonathan Hopkin a Caterina Paolucci. The practical part discusses the elections to the Parliament of the Czech Republic held in 2013 or in 2017. Only those parties which have crossed the electoral clause are being examined in the thesis.
Euroscepticism and Brexit in historical context
Naumenko, Iurii ; Říchová, Blanka (advisor) ; Romancov, Michael (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of presidential policy in the case of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The The diploma thesis focuses on how the British Prime Minister's relations with other cabinet members have changed in the context of European integration. We explore the first year of Theresa May's first cabinet. The work takes into account the historical development and the moments that are relevant to the topic. It also has done an excursion to the history of Eurointegration in relation to Great Britain or those events that could have determined the current developments that resulted in the vote on Brexit and Theresa May taking the office of the Prime Minister of Great Britain.
The Czech Press Media and The Bulk Internet Onset
Naumenko, Iurii ; Jirků, Jan (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This thesis is devoted to new media, in relation to the printed media. We would like to learn what did the printed newspaper editors take to internetisation is not destroyed and to ensure a good position in the media market. In this work we're trying to show the example of the Czech print media: on the magazine and on the newspaper. The work is divided into two parts: theoretical and practical. The first part covers various theoretical considerations modern theorists internetization to understand as much as possible. Than we dedicated to the history of the formation and evolution internteu in the context of the Internet on the territory of the Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic. Following basic characteristics of network media, or by other authors also new media. Then attention is paid to interactivity as a key attribute, and the most advanced network media. This is followed by a description of some possible approaches to the conveniences of digital technologies and their use in a wide context when working with information, including the potential risks and dangers that modern communications technology eventually could lead to or have even caused. The practical part of the work focuses mainly on the editors of Hospodářské noviny and Respekt with the aim of mapping procedures that the two...

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