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Methods of accident evaluation and their optimization
Soukupová, Tereza ; Budík, Ondřej (referee) ; Matuszková, Radka (advisor)
The thesis deals with the comparison of accident assessment methods and their optimization in the Czech Republic and other selected countries. The work is based on the methodologies of individual countries, which were examined and then compared and evaluated in terms of practical use. The gained theoretical knowledge was applied to practical examples in the form of selected section of roads and crossroads. Every area was evaluated and compared in terms of accident rate.
Russian and Czech Christmas Folk Traditions at the Lessons of Russian Language
Klimets, Anna ; Rozboudová, Lenka (advisor) ; Vasilyeva, Elena (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the analysis and detailed description of the basic holidays of the civil year. The theoretical part of the thesis contains the study of the most popular folk traditions, religious rituals and beliefs of the Slavs, the way how Christian church (Catholic and Orthodox) influenced on the origin of fundamental traditions and rituals. There is also a description of the way the major Slavonic holidays are held. Czech and Russian traditions are compared in order to find some basic similarities and differences between them and to analyze the development of the traditions in historical context. Such issues as language pedagogy, intercultural language competence and how to use traditions at Russian lessons at primary and secondary schools are also emphasized in the work. The practical part of the thesis deals with the analysis of some books used for teaching Russian language at Czech schools in order to find out how customs, folk traditions and holidays are described and presented. It also contains the research of the contemporary situation at Czech schools in the form of the testing of the teachers of Russian language and the students of elementary and secondary schools. The aim of the research is to find out which methods the teachers are dealing with for the successful...
Surrogate Motherhood - Comparison of the Legislation in the Czech Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany
Kratochvílová, Johana ; Frinta, Ondřej (advisor) ; Thöndel, Alexandr (referee)
The main subject of this master thesis is the issue of surrogacy in the Czech Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany. At the beginning, this thesis aspires to define the term surrogacy in general as well as other connected terminology, and subsequently to specify its categories and describe its major historic milestones. Afterwards, it deals with the rather brief Czech legislation concerning this institute and the consequences this has inevitably led to. It also concentrates on the methods of the assisted reproduction which help to put the surrogate motherhood into practice. This thesis does include ethical problems of surrogacy and some of the psychological and sociological aspects as well. Consequently, it summarizes sanctions which may arose as a result of surrogacy. After that, it explains the legislation related to this issue in the Federal Republic of Germany, its history and legal limits. It deals with the German sanctions which the realization as well as mere arrangement may be subjected to. It examines the standpoint of the German legislator regarding the right of a child to know his or her origin including its consequences, such as non-anonymous sperm donation and obligation of the legal parents to undergo a DNA test. It describes most recent demands of the society regarding the new...
Warming-up and toning in foolball
Slicho, Tomáš ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Hojka, Vladimír (referee)
Title: Warming-up and toning in football Objectives: The aim of this work is to compare two types of warming-up by footballers. I assume, that the players will have statistically more significant differences after the toning warming-up, than after the static variant. Methods: The research set consists of 17 elite players in the category of U15, who passed four tests by two selected types of warming-ups during a total of three trainings in a field training experiment. In the result part we used the method of analysis to analyze the results of all tests. We used the comparison when comparing the test results after two different types of warming-ups. The measured values were processed by using basic mathematical-statistical methods. Results: The results provide information on the efficiency and difference of toning and static warming-up based on the obtained values of the performed tests. The values of the players in the tests after the toning warming-up were better by 19.1% than after the static variant. The first hypothesis was thus confirmed. The other two were disproved. Summary: We found that toning warming-up has a statistically more significant effect on the results of the tests of football players than the static variant. Keywords: training, testing, analysis, comparison, field training experiment
Using the Software Tools for Teamwork at School
Slabý, Jiří ; Vaňková, Petra (advisor) ; Leipert, Jiří (referee)
TITLE: Use of Software Tools for Teamwork at School AUTHOR: Jiří Slabý DEPARTMENT: Department of Information Technology and Education SUPERVISOR: PhDr. Petra Vaňková, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: The work is focused on software tools for teamwork including comparison and deployment in a pilot solution in a particular high school. By conducting searches in literature and Internet resources related to the given topic, basic concepts related to teamwork are described and activities that take place within the scope of teamwork are outlined. Software tools for teamwork are analyzed, suitable selection criteria and their weights are set, and a comparison of selected software tools is performed using multiple-criteria analysis. The aim is to choose a suitable tool for teamwork and to propose its use in a particular school. Based on the results of the comparison, the Microsoft Teams team collaboration tool is selected and deployed because it matches the needs of a particular school in the best way. The benefit of this work is an overview and comparison of tools that enable teamwork and communication; the proposed scenarios and practical use of software team tools at school are beneficial, too. Another benefit of the work lies in describing how to deploy the selected Microsoft Teams tool. The thesis work summarizes...
A comparison of the authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom
Mik, Petr ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Žikovská, Petra (referee)
A comparison of the authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom Abstract The thesis compares authorial work in the legislation of the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom. The International copyright framework is briefly introduced. Further, the thesis examines the concept of Authorial work in the legislation of the European Union and established decision praxis of the Court of Justice of the European Union. An objective of the thesis is to find key differences between the requirements for the protection of the authorial works within the compared legislations, to describe those differences and to find out whether a similar protection is offered to the authorial works. The first part of the thesis provides a theoretical introduction to the concept of the authorial work and delineates an international context of the topic. The most important international copyright treaties are scrutinized with the special emphasis on the Bern Convention and the authorial work in the legislation of the EU. The second part compares the domestic approaches to the authorial works in both national Copyright Acts. Also, it identifies the most important requirements for the copyright protection. The final part is focused on thorough comparison of the three most important requirements for the...
Sports Associations and New Media: Comparison of the Vision and Reality of Communication on the Example of the Czech Athletic Federation (case study)
Klímová, Lucie ; Turková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
Nowadays, new media play a big role in the world and among other things, they also change the role of classical media. Their use also significantly affects daily life in society. The possibility of communication through these channels is currently used not only by publicly known personalities and commercial entities, but also, for example, by non-profit organizations or sports associations. Diploma thesis Sports associations and new media: comparison of the vision and the reality of communication on the example of the Czech Athletic Federation (ČAS) is a case study, which examines the using of new media for the effective communication of the association with fans and journalists. The aim of this thesis is to describe the functioning of ČAS on social networks, namely on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and then to compare the actual state of communication with the ideas and visions of the employees of the association. First, the most important terms used in the thesis are described. The theoretical part defines new media and describes in detail the representatives of new media, which is further researched, namely Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Then the Czech Athletic Association and social networks are introduced. The second chapter defines the research methods that were used. It describes how the...

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