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The Berlin Wall
Thesis called "The Berlin Wall" focuses on the period mapping of the construction, existence and fall of the Berlin Wall. This work contains previous events before the Wall construction began, its consequences for Berlin residents, and also the backgroud of the fall of the Wall and its aftermath. One of the objectives of this work is also processing of the questionnaire survey aimed at individually selected respondents regarding their knowledge and awareness of the given period and the Berlin Wall.
Vývoj městských center: Analýza rozdílných kulturních vlivů s dopadem na změnu urbánního prostředí na příkladu Berlína
Moggert, Monika
The current topic of this paper evaluates the changes in the public urban space, depending on the current demographic transformation of Europe. It focuses on the life of immigrant communities living in the districts of Berlin ‒ Neukölln and Kreuzberg ‒ and their impact on the urban environment. It shows the issue of an inhumane scale in contrast to small-scale sites. Furthermore, it provides an example of the likely development of these districts, evaluating their benefits and negative aspects. At the same time, it offers the opportunity to use foreign experiences for modern city planning.
Financing of Brownfield Regeneration in the EU (Germany)
GOURAUD, Emmanuel
Based on qualitative, case study and the analysis of Europacity project in Berlin, this study aims at assessing the important criteria in order to evaluate the economic dimensions and development potential of a brownfield and a brownfield project. In the literature, more contextual information is given by making an updated state of the arts of brownfield regeneration financing and framework in the European Union with a particular focus on Germany. Furthermore, tools to evaluate the development potential of particular brownfield regeneration projects in particular brownfields and costs-benefits analysis in this field are reviewed. Using a compilation of official and informal data acquired through the interview of one main institutional actor in the development of the Europacity project, the author tried to assess the factors influencing the successful completion of the project in this area, the impacts of the project on eight selected items (stakeholders involvement and following values: economic, social, environmental, historical, psychological, spatial and technological) and the costs-benefits analysis for three of the main stakeholders of the project. The main finding is that all items studied were relevant to some extent in the economic evaluation of a brownfield regeneration project.
The impact of new social movements on development of West Berlin on the example of the SO 36 initiative in the Kreuzberg district
Kneřová, Alžběta Klára ; Šafařík, Petr (advisor) ; Nigrin, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the influence of new social movements on the development of West Berlin with emphasis on the Kreuzberg district and the SO 36 citizen initiative in the time period from 1979 to 1984. The main aim of the thesis is to answer questions on how the new social movements influenced the urban and the housing policy of West Berlin, and what steps the members of the Kreuzberg social movements have taken to change it apart from the physical occupation of houses. In a wider context, the thesis deals with new social movements in Germany, mainly with squatting in West Berlin. The thesis is also devoted to West Berlin's Kreuzberg district and its development after the construction of the Berlin Wall until the beginning of the squatting wave in the late 1970s, including a description of the then urban policy. The central focus of the thesis is the SO 36 citizen initiative that contributed to the creation of the squatting wave in Kreuzberg and other parts of West Berlin by the first occupations of vacant houses in order to repair them. The paper analyses different ways in which the members of the initiative tried to influence the urban and housing policy of the time, such as publishing their own monthly newspaper or information leaflets. In addition, the thesis deals with the...
Immigration and City: Integration Policies in Berlin and Vienna 1971-2011
Dimitrov, Michal ; Pešek, Jiří (advisor) ; Klípa, Ondřej (referee) ; Zimmermann, Volker (referee)
The doctoral thesis compares and interprets the development of local integration policies of (West) Berlin and Vienna in 1971-2011 on the background of the transformation of Germany and Austria from ethnically homogenous to multicultural countries. Both metropolises first balanced between refusing the permanent integration of immigrants ("temporary integration") and selection of foreigners suitable for integration, later searched for a balance between the traditional concept of assimilation and the more modern multicultural approach; in the last decade they favoured the diversity policy, in more or less close connection to the concept of interculturalism. Although both cities represent essentially similar cases, this development was not straightforward and simultaneous, especially in the first phase before the migration crisis at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s. The research study focuses mainly on two questions: why the development of local integration policy in West Berlin started significantly earlier than in Vienna and why both cities started to support diversity policy at the beginning of the new century. The comparative framework derived from the "contrast of contexts" method interprets the development of local integration policies in the context of the national and transnational political...
Techno subculture influence on the political views of its members: Comparison of Prague and Berlin scenes
Dytrych, Simon ; Charvát, Jan (advisor) ; Novotný, Jaroslav (referee)
individual's values and political stances. It focuses on comparison of Berlin and Prague. I define some concepts e.g. "culture" and "subculture" in individual's
Symbol of democracy? Changes in perception of the Reichstag Building after 1990.
Nováková, Tereza ; Nigrin, Tomáš (advisor) ; Emler, David (referee)
The topics of the bachelor thesis are the symbolic meanings connected to the representative architecture, and also the discussion and its participants that influence the process of creating new symbolic meanings. Representative buildings still pose symbols for members of the nation and help to establish the national identity. They also reflect historical events and are bearers of cultural memory, which is also besides other aspects created by political representatives. The subject of this research is the Reichstag building in Berlin, which, in the past, was associated with both positive and negative connotations in connection with the transformation of its appearance and function. The aim of my thesis is to outline the discussion that took place in the 1990s and to introduce its actors who gave the building its present appearance. The paper presents important turning points for the reconstruction, first being the colloquia on the topic of rebuilding of the Reichstag building and reconstruction requirements in the tender, and secondly the dispute over the cupola of the Reichstag and the artistic project "Wrapped Reichstag". By both of these events would be introduced the arguments for and against in order to describe how symbolic meanings should be attached to the building after reconstruction. In...
Annotated translation: Berlin Deutsch-Türkisch. Einblicke in die neue Vielfalt. Martin Greve and Kalbiye Nur Orhan. Berlin 2008.
Petráčková, Klára ; Kloudová, Věra (advisor) ; Vavroušová, Petra (referee)
The bachelor thesis consists of two main parts. The first part contains a Czech translation of selected chapters from a booklet Berlin deutsch-türkisch: Einblicke in die neue Vielfalt by Dr Martin Greve and published in 2008 by The Berlin Senate Commissioner for Integration and Migration. The second part is dedicated to an analysis of the source text, mainly based on Christiane Nord's model, as well as to the presentation of the translation method, the typology of translation problems and their concrete solutions.
American Bar - Phenomenon of European Cities: London, Berlin, Prague Contribution to the History of Bar Culture in Western and Central Europe between the Two World Wars
Mozr, Tomáš ; Kovář, Martin (advisor) ; Soukup, Jaromír (referee)
The thesis deals with the formation of the European bar scene in the interwar period through the new phenomenon of entertainment, so called the American Bar which became the symbolic point of social gathering for elites. However, it was the fuel of social progress as an open forum for communication between genders as well. The main part focuses on a comprehensive analysis of the American Bar and its development as the phenomenon, based on the comparison of European cities, particularly London, Berlin and Prague. The main aim of the study was to analyze the phenomenon as the location of the post-war feelings and the option for the new wave of hedonism associated with rising living standards, while the cities were given into clash in their intensity manifestations of the phenomenon. The thesis outlines the overall atmosphere of the bar from many different perspectives, above all, through the forms of bar promotion, the activities of associations, legislative responses, the normal operation of the bar, the professional part of the bar and the everyday socio-cultural impact on the lives of consumers, but also by reflecting on the bar culture in art.

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