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Internet TV Stream: Alternative and Competition of Classical Televisions (Specifics of Show of Luděk Staněk and its Analysis)
Maršálová, Michaela ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
The topic of this thesis is the online TV channel Stream. In the theoretical part, we described how online TV works in general. The following paragraph depicted the milestones of Stream TV. The practical part was dedicated to the semiotic analysis of Luděk Staněk's TV show of the online TV channel Stream. This chapter also includes the interview with the program presenter Luděk Staněk. In the interview, we dealt with Staněk's role in the show. The intention of this thesis was to describe how the online TV channel Stream works and analyze the Luděk Staněk's show.
Contemporary media content through the eyes of child prosumers
Hemerová, Aneta ; Soukup, Martin (advisor) ; Supa, Markéta (referee)
This thesis contains a qualitative analysis of the Czech children's television program, which the main topic is the presentation of other cultures. The aim is to answer a question, of how other cultures are presented to the children audience within this particular program. The key terms are viewed in the context of the concept of culture and cultural identity as defined by social anthropologists, that is, as a set of meanings and practices that are learned. The findings are also understood and compared to multicultural education, in which a culturally standard approach is seen as the prevailing approach in the researched TV program. Attention is also paid to the representation of children in the media content, and to the structure of children's media content. The qualitative analysis brought the resulting scheme entitled as Strategy of Children's Knowledge, which defines the three phases way in which individual areas and different cultures are presented to the audience. The first introduction is the first step when the viewer gets acquainted with emotionally and ideologically unpainted facts. In the second confrontation phase, the introductory information is further elaborated and related to the main characters, so it is clearly defined as who "we" are and who are "the others". In the final stage,...
A book as part of culture: The perception fo books by the generation Y and their representation in the media
Krumphanzl, Filip ; Halada, Jan (advisor) ; Čeňková, Jana (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to clarify the status of books in the current Czech culture using scientific methods. Since there are many possible ways to achieve this widely defined goal, it was necessary to choose certain methods (and therefore an overall angle of the examination). Two specific methods were selected - a questionnaire for members of Generation Y and media analysis of culture sections of the Czech daily newspapers, Mladá fronta DNES and Právo during the months of June and December of 2017. Theoretical background, description of the methods and explanation of all the key terms are part of the theoretical section. The objective of the questionnaire is to map reading preferences and habits of young readers. The questions are focused on qualitative and also quantitative aspects of book reading. The overarching objective of the media analysis is to provide an accurate image the media paint about books. This will be achieved by thorough examination of all the articles that mention them. Just like with the questionnaire, qualitative and quantitative aspects will be tracked.
Kloster und Stadt. Die Auswirkungen der Braunauer Benediktiner nach dem Transfer aus der Tschechoslowakischen Republik in Rohr in Niederbayern
Šumníková, Kateřina ; Kunštát, Miroslav (advisor) ; Šmidrkal, Václav (referee)
The relocation of the German Benedictines from Broumov as a part of the post-war transfer to Rohr in Niederbayern can be considered as a driver of renewal not only of the city itself, but also the entire region of Lower Bavaria. Due to the unflagging effort of the Benedictines from Broumov, the Monastery was renovated, the Monastery grammar school and the boarding school were built. Furthermore, their effort hugely contributed to the cultural and social development in the vicinity. This is followed by the events that preceded their arrival in Rohr and subsequent reactions of the Rohr inhabitants to their arrival are delineated. The objective of the main part of the Bachelor thesis is to map specific contributions of the Broumov Benedictines in Rohr in relation to education, culture, Church administration and the Czech- German dialogue. Special focus is paid on Anastáz Opasek, the Abbot of Břevnov. He played a crucial role in the improvement of the relationship between the Rohr Abbey and the Czech milieu. Finally, the thesis contemplates the possible fate of the Rohr Abbey in the future.
Reflection of the Highland Clearances in Historical Novels
Hejtmánek, Matěj ; Kasáková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Tomalová, Eliška (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with historical events of the Highland Clearances. This concept refers to the events that took place in the late eighteen century and early nineteenth century. In this time period Scottish Highlands were going through significant social and cultural changes. The Highland Clearances caused the displacement and dispersion of many thousands of local people from Highlands and Islands of the north of Scotland; mostly it was people with agricultural background who eventually had to move to big cities in the south of Scotland, to England or even abroad. These events still matter to a lot of Scots and are widely regarded as historical tragedy or trauma. This thesis focuses on analysis of 3 historical novels which portrayed these events. Specifically it is Waverley (1814), Butcher's Broom (1934) a Consider the Lilies (1968). These novels are analyzed and compared based on the origin of their author, the selection of the aspects of the Clearances, which they focus on, and its overall contribution and the form of presentation.
Piskova, Olena ; Klímová, Barbora (referee) ; Gabriel, Michal (advisor)
The thesis is a continuation of my subject, "Why?", Also includes the theme of man and the environment. I started to be interested in the controversial topic of genetically modified organisms, genetic engineering. I found a personal story in it. Now it is difficult to comment on the extent to which these researches are important, but we shouldn’t stop there.
The Holidays in the Republic of Kazakhstan
The theme of this thesis are the holidays of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Bachelor work consists of an introduction, the official documents of the Republic of Kazakhstan relating to holidays, 4 chapters, conclusion and bibliography. Each chapter begins with a brief description, and is divided into subchapters. The sub-chapters contain basic information about the holidays: history, traditions, features. The work is written in Russian language.
Acculturation of the immigrant women the case of women immigrants from Ukraine and Arab countries
Koropecká, Markéta
This thesis examines the acculturation process of women immigrant to Czech cultural environment. Acculturation can be defined as adaptation to cultural environment other than the individual was born in. Just like the other phases of international migration, this process is gendered, i.e. influenced by roles, norms and patterns of behavior assigned to women and men by society. Experts have shown that women experience acculturation differently than men. Due to their reproductive role they are considered to be carriers and protectors of immigrant groups' cultural identity and are expected to transmit cultural values to the future generations. The acculturation process' assessment was based on theory of stress and coping. For qualitative research, two groups of immigrant women, from Ukraine and Arab countries, were selected. The main objective of this work was to determine whether the respondents from these countries were experiencing acculturative stress during their adaptation to new cultural environments, how they coped with this stress and also what influenced their acculturation in Czech environment. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with the respondents and were evaluated using qualitative content analysis. Keywords: acculturation, culture, gender, Ukrainian women, women from Arab countries

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