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Media Representation of Celebrities in Late-night Talk Show Format
Cerna, Arina ; Novák, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Charvát, Martin (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the media representation of celebrities, as it is designed within the framework of the adopted American television format of the late-night talk show. In the first part of the thesis, attention is focused on problems of understanding of the phenomenon of celebrities by various authors, as well as on the development of the late-night talk show itself and its characteristic features. The theoretical starting point is the theory of representation (Hall), three levels of representation (Trampota) and social construction of reality (Berger, Luckmann). The method of critical discourse analysis is chosen for the research and the four principles for the analysis are described: commoditization, infotainment, personalization, congeniality. The practical part presents an analysis of the typical representation of celebrities due to the principles mentioned above in selected talk shows which were broadcast in English and Czech languages in 2015-2016, namely American The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Czech Jan Kraus Show. Keywords: Celebrity, Late-night Talk Show, Media Representation, Personalization, Congeniality, Infotainment, Commoditization
The Uberization of banking in the Czech Republic
Žitka, Miroslav ; Teplý, Petr (advisor) ; Plíva, Rostislav (referee)
The thesis aim is to introduce, define and categorize new trends reaching a global finance World and assess and evaluate their impact on banking sector as a logical conglomerate of large market players. A key focus is paid on several recently appearing important trends such as digitalization, commoditization, globalization and uberization. Additionally; further objective targets emerging regulatory requirements directly related to overall banking industry. A final section analyses financial performance of banks registered in the Czech Republic.
Possibilities of using cloud technologies in the area of shararing economy and FinTech
Chmelař, Ondřej ; Molnár, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Gála, Libor (referee)
This thesis is mapping in a detail and describes the current situation and prediction of the penetration of information technology based mostly on the cloud and blockchain technologies into the real global economy and identifying trends that affect these areas. Focus is primarily on socialization of services, concept of sharing economy and financial-technology (FinTech) companies. Next part describes the process of maturing of information technologies, which enables bypassing of costly intermediaries, who are replaced by other users or advanced algorithms in the fields, which werent fundamentally touched by ICT until now. Work intersects the knowledge of the of the IT industry and minor specialization from FFU VSE.

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