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Travels to Utopia. The Image of Soviet Russia within the Czechoslovak Cultural Left in the Interwar Period.
Šimová, Kateřina ; Vykoukal, Jiří (advisor) ; Glanc, Tomáš (referee) ; Křesťan, Jiří (referee)
The proposed dissertation is devoted to the relations of the Czechoslovak cultural left to Soviet Russia in the interwar period. It focuses on the image of Soviet Russia, pointing out that for many Czechoslovak leftist artists and intellectuals it served as a framework for their own vision of an ideal socio-political arrangements. In their view, the image of Soviet Russia stood out as a utopia in the sense that the sociologist Karl Mannheim attributes to this phenomenon. The dissertation follows the evolution of this utopian image among the Czechoslovak cultural left in the early 1920s, maps the changes in its thematic structure and motives and follows its disintegration against the ideological split of the Czechoslovak cultural left in the late 1930s. This development is perceived through the analysis of travelogues in which left-wing artists and intellectuals presented their immediate impressions and experiences from this country. The semiotic text analysis method is being used for this purpose. By analysing the confrontational and transformative functions of the utopian image of Soviet Russia, the dissertation attempts to clarify the attitude of Czechoslovak artists and intellectuals towards Soviet Russia in the context of the socio-political situation of the interwar period and in the broader...
Sport in Czechoslovakian specialized magazines in the First Republic - developement of sport journalism between years 1918 and 1938
Hoffmann, Martin ; Lukšů, David (advisor) ; Trunečka, Ondřej (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with development of sports journalism during the First Czechoslovak Republic, which applies to the period from October 1918 unBl Munich agreement in September 1938. Research is focused parBcularly on specialized sports magazines and it is based on analysis of the six most significant ones - Slavista, Sportovni revue, Sportovni vestnik, Sport, Star and Rekord. The aim of this thesis is to describe the progress of sport journalism between world wars in the broader context and get to know whether or not had sport journalism developed into a full-Bme occupaBon. In addiBon this text portrays the most influenBal sport journalists of that period - Karel Petru, Josef Fanta, Miloslav Josef Horacek and Ondrej Sekora and also brings a chapter about sports photography, which was inseparable part of popular sport magazines. This thesis is a first scholarly text to bring a wider perspecBve on specialized sports magazines in Czechoslovak Republic between years 1918 and 1938 and follows the cooperaBon and rivality among journalists and their influence on sport in Czechoslovakia in general. One chapter was devoted to sports photography, because it played important role in successful sports magazines.
One about the other one: What Čapek brothers published about each other
Hrdlička, Jan ; Slomek, Jaromír (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
This thesis is focused on a topic which, up to this point, has been mostly marginal. It pays attention to the mutual presentation of the Čapek brothers during the so-called First Republic. It aims to reveal the means they used to write about each other in the press then and what were the features and circumstances of those references. It also deals with the self- presentation of the Čapek brothers as a duo. I intend to present the relationship between Karel Čapek and Josef Čapek to the current recipient just like it could have been seen by people in former Czechoslovakia. The theoretical part explains primarily the life of both authors and their position in a world back then, but also the situation of media during the First Republic. The practical part then analyzes the mutual references and it deduces the relationship brothers had in a Czechoslovakian press.
TGM's visions of Europe's arrangement on the pre-war, war and post-war era
Bašová, Magdaléna ; Kučera, Jan (advisor) ; Kučera, Tomáš (referee)
Bachelor thesis deals with TGM's opinions about Europe's arrangement and affects their development in the time shortly before the first world war, during the war and also shortly after the war. The goal of this thesis is to describe the changing of these opinions and summarize them. A further vote is devoted to Czechoslovakia, briefly describe his origin and characterize its policy according to TGM. After the brief introduction, the introduction of goals and methods of work and characteristic of sources follow the next chapters which are focused on the topic, the thesis progresses chronologically, it starts from the time shortly before the war and continues to the time after the war, this division was chosen to achieve an easier follow the development of the TGM's visions. The separate chapter then fulfils a partial goal of the thesis, which characteristic Czechoslovakia and its origin. In the end, there is a summary.
Political development in the city of Rakovnik between world wars
Bělka, Václav ; Čechurová, Jana (advisor) ; Krško, Jan (referee)
The thesis introduces topic of political life in Rakovník in period between the founding of Czechoslovakia and the outbreak of the Second World War. It deals with the electian results and their consequences. The thesis describes the development of individual political parties active in Rakovník, including internal crisis, which in this interwar period affected some of them. It also focuses attention on some influential figures of local politics. An important part of this work is devoted to the support of particular political parties in city through their trade unions in plants. Special attention is paid to the various celebrations attended by a significant part of the population. Keywords Rakovník, Political, Parties, Policy, The Municipal Council, Czechoslovakia, Options,
The media image of 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia in Czech and Slovak dailies
Dvořáčková, Mária ; Just, Petr (advisor) ; Jirků, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis deals is concerned with the media image of 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia in Czech dailies Mladá fronta DNES, Hospodářské noviny and Blesk and Slovak dailies Pravda, SME and Nový Čas two weeks before the anniversary and two weeks after the anniversary. The primary purpose of the thesis is reflexion and comparison of the media image of 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia in Czech and Slovak dailies. The first chapter consists of the theoretical background, the characteristic of examined dailies and specifies the research methods. The second chapter compises of a brief summary of the history of Czechoslovakia, which puts the analysis into context. The third chapter analyses the media coverage of the topy 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia in the selected dailies with emphasis on frequency, journalistic genres, and inclusion in columns, thematic focus and connotations. The fourth chapter concludes the research results, answers to research questions and verifies the accuracy of hypotheses.
Hitler's Beer Hall Putsch in 1923 in the Then Czech Press
Procházková, Žaneta ; Šmíd, Marek (advisor) ; Petráček, Tomáš (referee)
Master thesis Hitler's Beer Hall Putsch in 1923 in the Czech period press focuses on the reception of the Hitler's putch atempt on 9th and 10th of November 1923 in czech and slovak written political press of the 1920's. The preliminary part of the thesis is dedicated to the political and the economical developmnet in the postwar Germany between 1918 and 1923. The following two chapters are dedicated to the Hitler's youth and early polical career and the München putsch. The second half of the thesis evaluate the reaction of the press to the Hitler's putch. It focuses on to the reaction of legitimate bavarian goveremnt and the legitimate german goverment. The press also follows the overlapt of the Münich revolution ant its suppor between some of German nationals in Czechoslovakia. In the analysis will be used daily party's newspapers as well as small regional newspapers. Keywords Adolf Hitler, Beer Hall Putsch, Germany, 1923, Czechoslovakia
Operation Entebbe and its media reflection in Czechoslovak newspapers
Šmejkalová, Adéla ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
Bachelor thesis Operation Entebbe and its Media Reflection in Czechoslovak Newspapers deals with the event of 1976, when an Air France plane, flight Tel Aviv - Athens - Paris to Uganda, specifically to Entebbe airport, was hijacked by terrorists. The first part of the thesis describes the historical context of the event and the event itself as it happened. In the second part of this thesis media content analysis is conducted. Three periodicals are analysed: Rudé právo, Lidová demokracie and Mladá fronta. The results of the analysis reflect the attitude of Czechoslovak periodicals and thus the Czechoslovak perspective not only on the kidnapping and rescue mission, but also on the State of Israel itself. Furthermore, the results depict media manipulation caused by communist propaganda by the presentation of Czechoslovak periodicals that differs from reality.

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