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Searching for the meaning of beauty in relation to truth and freedom on the grounds of art and pedagogy
Klimešová, Petra ; Hůla, Zdenek (advisor) ; Hogenová, Anna (referee) ; Prázný, Aleš (referee)
In the research called Searching for the meaning of beauty in relation to truth and freedom on the grounds of art and pedagogy, I deal with the topic of how beauty is perceived in art education and contemporary art. Specifically, I focus on the question of what is the experience of artists and educators with the perception of beauty? At the same time, I study Hegel's Aesthetics, in which Hegel describes art and beauty as a tool through which we discover / uncover ourselves and approach the absolute spirit. This uncovering or unhiddeness is also a term for truth (alétheia), which is a key element of Jan Patočka's and Anna Hogen's philosophy. In his philosophical work, Patočka and subsequently Hogen strive to return to her original source through self-knowledge (gnothi seauton), and by this idea all work is inspired as a search for meaning. The work is divided into three areas. The first part deals with the theoretical introduction to the whole research issue. The concept of beauty itself, the problem of objectivity and subjectivity of knowledge, the aesthetic basis of contemporary art and also Hegel's concept of aesthetics and the issue of perception. The second part reflects the statements of individual respondents. In response to the testimony, ten areas were created that relate in some way to...
Brand perception of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Hanzlová, Radka
The final report is the output of research regarding „ Brand perception of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic“. The report presents the results of representative research, the target group for which was the population of the Czech Republic ages 15 and older. Data was collected between 5 and 20 October 2019 through personal questioning of respondents (a combination of CAPI and PAPI) based on a standardised questionnaire. A total of 1,021 respondents were questioned, and these individuals were selected using a quota method according to region, the size of the place of residence, age, and education level.
The elements of Drama in Education in the lessons World of Human
Podskalská, Šárka ; Svobodová, Radmila (advisor) ; Ferklová, Alžběta (referee)
In this diploma thesis is focus on Drama in Education, which is used mainly in the lessons of the World of Human with overlap into other education. The topic of the diploma thesis was to improve the relations between pupils and thus to influence the climate in the classroom. The thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part focus on the content and specific objectives of Drama in Education. It describes in more details the methods and techniques of Drama in Education. In the practical part, is presented a methodical proposal of lessons for students of the 2nd grade of primary school. Each lesson consists of three parts - planning of a lesson, implementation of topic and subsequent reflection. The first topic relates to friendship, the second one relates to class climate, the third is about hurting and the fourth is about bragging. In the lessons plans are used and tried several drama education methods and techniques, which could give the answer to research question. In the empirical part are present two questionnaires. The first questionnaire was given to pupils before the drama lessons and the second questionnaire after the completion of all four lessons. Based on the knowledge gained from the questionnaire survey is determined the impact of the Drama in Education on the relationships...
Driver perception in different conditions
Seriš, Jozef ; Belák, Michal (referee) ; Bucsuházy, Kateřina (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the comparison of perception of traffic signs and advertising areas in two different conditions day and night with focus on visual distraction of the driver. The introductory part deals with the analysis of the current state of the elements acting on the driver with an emphasis on mental processes and the senses of drivers affecting traffic safety. The analytical part draws on the videos from driving tests, the whose goals was to monitor the optical reactions of drivers. The resulting data were evaluated with goal to determine the time consuming views of the drivers on individual elements and the compared in different conditions. The last chapter includes the interpretation of the results of the analysis with suggestion of their use to increase traffic safety.
Perception of vehicle speed
Kamasová, Lenka ; Bradáč, Albert (referee) ; Bilík, Martin (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of driver´s subjective estimation of vehicle speed and at the same time it is a project dealing with acquisition and evaluation of data obtained during the driving tests. The perceived vehicle speed is examined from the perspective of a driver - the respondent, who has no possibility of controlling the actual vehicle speed on the vehicle's speedometer. The aim is to either confirm or refute whether the driver is able to adequately estimate the speed of a moving vehicle in the event of an accident as well as describe the factors that may affect a subjective estimation of the driver's speed.
Neurobiology of visual hallucinations.
Dodoková, Alica ; Vejmola, Čestmír (advisor) ; Hejnová, Lucie (referee)
Hallucination is a clinically significant qualitative disorder of perception that can be characterized as a sensation without a proper physical stimulus. Visual hallucinations are among the most serious symptoms in a range of psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease, or Lewy body dementia, but can also occur during drug intoxication or under normal physiological conditions. Based on visual image processing principles and higher thalamocortical circuits, several recent explanations of the visual hallucinations phenomenon are summarized in this thesis. Although there may be many possible causes, the most important are neurobiological disorders of the inhibition processes in the cortical areas of visual association, lesions in the brain stem cores and thus the malfunctioning of the reticular activation system, neurochemical dysregulation on the thalamic sensory interface, or dysfunction of the recurrent top-down and bottom-up mechanism. There are several theoretical models summarizing the mentioned aberrations (Perception and Attention Deficit, Bayesian Heruism), which provide a more comprehensive overview of the issue of visual hallucinations. Further research and unification of individual models could provide new possibilities for diagnosis and treatment of visual...
Attitudes of final consumers to the selected advertising medium
DUDKOVÁ, Iveta
The aim of this diploma thesis is to find out how consumers perceive the chosen advertising tool and to create a proposal to use the obtained information. The thesis is divided in two parts. Theoretical part deals with concepts related to consumer´s attitudes and perception. For the practical part tender sheets of supermarket Terno were chosen as an advertising tool for analysis. Practical part includes the research involving final consumers from South Bohemia region, depth interviews with several consumers and interview with marketing director of the company. This three parts are processed and evaluated together. The conclusion of the thesis is focused on the analysis of results and proposals were created that the company could use.
Perception of wind power plants construction on the local level: Case studies in East Bohemia
Janová, M. ; Kunc, J. ; Frantál, Bohumil
The paper aims to evaluate selected findings of a research regarding the attitudes of the inhabitants of East Bohemian municipalities (Anenska Studanka and Vitezna) towards the construction of wind power plants and the perception thereof. A survey was carried out among the inhabitants of the two municipalities, as well as nearby municipalities and guided interviews were conducted with their mayors. The two selected sites differ in population numbers, time of power plant construction, number and size of the turbines and form of financial settlement. In the case of Vitezna, the power plant in question was community-funded, meaning that a portion of the shares was offered to the inhabitants (a unique case in the Czech Republic). The results indicated that, over time, the attitudes and opinions of the respondents from all the municipalities concerned have shifted towards a more positive perception of wind power plants. They have, however, also become more polarized. Citizens' movements against further construction have been created, even though it is currently not possible in the Czech Republic, especially given that the government has cancelled funding for the support of clean power. Respondents who were found to have the fewest issues with the wind power plants were younger than 30 years, graduates of secondary education and resided at a greater distance from the stations without having direct visual contact with them from their home.
Harmony of the visual and verbal component in childrensʼ books over the last seventy years
Dvořáková, Alžběta ; Hausenblas, Ondřej (advisor) ; Reissner, Martin (referee)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the harmony of the visual and verbal component in childrens' books. In the theoretical part, fundamental definitions of the underlying terms (visual component, ilustrator, verbal component in its written context, writer) with respect to scientific literature are given. Further, carefully selected opinions of experts on childrens' literature are delved into and supplmeneted with author's comments. The popularization of books for children is to be credited not only to experts from the specified field, but also to individuals who promote them to the general public by recognition awards. A detailed overview of authors of the past 70 years, i.e. from the turn of the first and second half of the 20th century up until today, is presented. The harmony of both, the visual and verbal component present in their works is further enquired. Selected books are introduced and classified in terms of the connection of their text and artistic components. The practical part of this thesis introduces the aggregate of conclusions drawn from teaching four lessons on the subject of literary education and an additional lesson on art education. The book used in class was Frantisek Skala's "Jak Cilek Lidu nasel". This work presents the preparation materials, descriptions of the lessons...

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