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Development of Olympic snowboarding performances on the halfpipe
Ježek, David ; Jindra, Matouš (advisor) ; Gnad, Tomáš (referee)
Title: Development of Olympic snowboarding performances on the halfpipe Objective: The aim of the diploma thesis is to analyze the performance of snowboarders on the halfpipe in the years 1998 to 2018 at the Winter Olympics Games. Methods: The main method was to observe and compare the competitors on the halfpipe. In each year of the Olympic Games, the 3 best athletes in the given category were selected. The method of comparison, observation and content analysis was used in the diploma thesis. Results: The results bring an overview of individual rides in the halfpipe at the Winter Olympics Games from 1998 to 2018, depending on the selected observation criteria. They also compare individual rides and point out the development of performance. Conclusion: The development of selected parameters was noticeable, however not completely continuous. Two hypotheses were refused and one was confirmed. Keywords: snowboard, achievement, competition, development, halfpipe
Development trends in trademart law
Šimice, Adam ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
Development Trends in Trademark Law Abstract This thesis deals with the development trends in trademark law in terms of the development of the subject matter of trademark law, i.e. trademarks. In particular, it seeks to answer three questions. Firstly, what are the trends of the development of trademark law from the point of view of the subject matter of trademark law. Secondly, whether the abolition of the requirement of graphic representation has the effect on the development of trademarks as intended by Directive (EU) 2015/2436 of the European Parliament and of the Council. And thirdly, what development of the subject matter of trademark law can be expected in the future. This thesis tries to answer these questions with the help of legal regulations, professional literature, methodological guidelines and decision-making practice of courts and competent authorities. The thesis is divided into six chapters, which are then divided into subchapters. The first chapter theoretically deals with the trademark as such. It focuses mainly on the position of trademark law within the framework of intellectual property law, important trademark principles and the functions of a trademark. The first chapter ends with an analysis of the relationship between trademark law and the law against unfair competition. The second...
Transhumanism and reflexive planning and managing
Macoun, Miroslav ; Kaňák, Jan (advisor) ; Stretti, Sylvie (referee)
in English My thesis follows up a potential influence of transhumanism on reflexive planning of people according to a Czech transhumanist community in regard of Person-In-Enviroment theory and postmodern changes in the society. A conceptual part contains chapters about transhumanism, areas that transhumanism focuses on, H+ technologies, potential, community and reflexive planning. In a framework of a qualitative research, my data were gathered using semi-structured interviews on topics reflexivity of an human actor, decision making, work with information, power, existential dimension of life and sorrow and anxiety related to life changes and loses. According to the obtained tata the biggest potential for reflexive planning can be found in examining possibilities of using artificial inteligence, collective consciousness and virtual hedonism, all that with regart to necessity of fight for human rights and democracy and economical breakthrough, wich could result in removal of social inequality.
Left-handedness and its acceptance in contemporary education system and families
Svobodová, Libuše ; Vančata, Václav (advisor) ; Ehler, Edvard (referee)
TITLE: Left-handedness and its acceptance in contemporary education system and families AUTHOR: Libuše Svobodová DEPARTMENT: Department of Biology and Environmental Studies SUPERVISOR: doc. RNDr. Václav Vančata, CSc. ABSTRACT: The diploma thesis entitled Left-handedness and its acceptance in contemporary education system and families follows up and complements the bachelor thesis entitled The issue of left- handedness in the development of children and youth - history, present and perspectives. The first and second chapters of the theoretical part of the diploma thesis focus more deeply on the characteristics of left-handed writing styles, advantages and disadvantages of left-handed writing, suitable writing aids, classroom order, organization of work environment and writing methodology. The third chapter is devoted to laterality tests with a focus on the upper limb, lower limb, eye and ear, test tasks, their conditions and evaluation. The last fourth chapter of the theoretical part deals with the central nervous system, more precisely the brain and its asymmetric anatomy, function, control of upper limb movements and motor development of the upper limb. The practical part of the diploma thesis consists of five researches. The first research verifies the occurrence of left-handers in primary schools and...
Criminal liability of Corporations
Felix, Adam ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Fenyk, Jaroslav (referee) ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (referee)
Criminal liability of Corporations Abstract Criminal liability of corporations is still a current topic of Czech legal theory and practice. In order to properly grasp this new institute within the Czech legal system, it is necessary to understand the very nature and basics of legal entities, their formation and further existence. Historically, legal entities have been perceived differently and a relatively complex legal-philosophical path has led to the inference of any liability for wrongdoings or torts. Although the criminal liability of corporations is not unknown to continental law, its decline during the 18th and 19th centuries has led to the disappearance of the legal continuity. That is why it may seem today that the introduction of direct criminal liability of corporations is something completely new and absolutely unknown to countries of continental legal tradition. In this work, the author presents a number of historical arguments as to why this is not the case and demonstrates that this institute was known throughout the legal systems throughout Europe. For a better understanding of the whole issue, the interpretation is guided from the very philosophical and legal-historical foundations of corporate theories, through their later development and finally to application by recent law. The core of...
The effect of constant light in early development on the circadian system in the adulthood
Kubištová, Aneta ; Bendová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Jelínková, Dana (referee)
Long-term exposure to constant light results in desynchronization of the circadian system in an adult and is associated with reduced efficiency of many physiological functions timed to the exact time of day, or with the development of some of the so-called civilization diseases. Constant light in adults also results in deterioration of the cognitive abilities or changes in the sleep structure. The effect of night light on the health of an adult organism is studied mainly in connection with shift work or with light pollution. The question of what effect the increased level of night light has on the development of the organism, especially on the development of the nervous system and the circadian system itself, is less studied. This diploma thesis focused on the identification of the extent of changes in the expression of Per2, Nr1d1, Stat3, BDNF genes, as well as genes encoding NMDA receptor subunits and some tissue-specific genes in the retina. Our experiments were performed on adult Long-Evans rats, that spent the first 20 days of their postnatal development in low-intensity constant light. Changes in expression were determined by quantification of mRNA by RT-qPCR in the structures of the frontal and parietal cortex, olfactory bulb, hippocampus, suprachiasmatic nucleus and retina. Behavioral tests...
Effects of a neuroactive steroid on motor skills of young laboratory rat.
Košťálová, Tereza ; Mareš, Pavel (advisor) ; Valeš, Karel (referee)
The steroid substances with effect on nervous tissue are plenteously studied in last years. Their biggest benefits are especially anticonvulsant and anxiolytic effects. This thesis inspects the influence of newly discovered neruactive steroid pregnanolone pyroglutamate synthesized in The Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Science (IOCB CAS), which offer potential opportunity of a new therapy of epilepsy from actual pharmacokinetic results. Our goal was to detect, if this substance has any negative effects on locomotor skills of young laboratory rats. In theoretical part of the thesis the development of laboratory rat is briefly descibed, especially its motor skills and sensory functions in comparison with human. The process of the experiments and choice of especially motor skill tests are described in Metogology part. The results of experiment and its comparation with the effect of other neuromediators are introduced and discussed in the practical part of this thesis. There were no serious effects of pregnanolonepyroglutamate applied repeatedly in perinatal period on motor performance. Acute administration of the highest dose of PPG to 12-day-old rat pups resulted in prolongation of time in surface righting and negative geotxis tests. This data are positive for...
Human as a being of the centre and a modest commentary of Herder's philosophy
Vostárek, Adam ; Chavalka, Jakub (advisor) ; Benyovszky, Ladislav (referee)
Main goal of this work is to mediate an approach for czech reader to almost forgotten philosophy of Johann Gottfried von Herder, who published his books in the 18. century. This student of I. Kant is absolutely someone, who should not be eliminated from a group of authors who determined enlightement thinking. It is not just coincidence that Goethe himself called Herder as Brother Humanus. The exact term of humanity is rightful goal of my interpretation. Why? Because humanity is a fundamental basic term of whole Herder's philosophy. This work claims to analyze two main works of this philosopher, Essay on the origin of language and The Evolution of Humanity, which is the czech translate of his Ideas for the philosophy of humanity. And we will analyze this two texts in a way, which shall show us the interconnections between them. The we will move into synthetic chapter called Herder's concept of humanity. There I will put the previous interpretation into confrontation with more of Herder's books and I will show what humanity means to Herder and why is it so central term for his whole philosophy. Key words: Herder, humanity, language

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