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Life in the shadows. Fictitious magazine with regional themes on the example of the village of Stebno
Ratiborská, Eliška ; Trunečka, Ondřej (advisor) ; Čeňková, Jana (referee)
The theoretical part of the bachelor thesis defines regional journalism, the magazine and the main formats that are part of the practical part: news, reportage, interview and editorial. It also provides a definition of downburst, introduces the Stebno municipality, presents the principles of journalists' behaviour during a disaster and describes my work on the practical part. The practical part, in the form of a magazine entitled Life in the Shadows, depicts the village of Stebno through journalistic and news texts. It is divided into four main sections: downburst, flood, treasure, and life. The texts are complemented by photographs on the topics, and everything is graphic in a magazine format.
Media reception of Egon Bondyś memoir Prvních deset let and its film adaptation
Mikolášková, Jana ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Maňák, Vratislav (referee)
This master's diploma thesis named Media reception of Egon Bondy's memoir Prvních deset Prvních deset let 3 Sezóny v pekle (2009) by Tomáš Mašín. This thesis should analyze how media described a political, literary and historical context of 1940's and 1950's poet Egon Bondy and director Tomáš Mašín. Finally
Critic or creator? Merging the roles of cultural journalist and audiovisual content creator
Šafová, Julie ; Turek, Pavel (advisor) ; Čeňková, Jana (referee)
Bachelor's thesis Critic or creator? Merging the roles of cultural journalist and audiovisual content creator focuses on the specific aspect in which the sphere of cultural journalism is penetrated by people who are themselves engaged in the process of creating cultural contents. The paper first defines cultural journalism and criticism as general genres with linguistic specifics, then focuses on the concept of criticism as an institution and describes the crisis of the critical genre and its form in the digitalized environment of today. Other chapters deal with the precarization of work, a phenomenon during which permanent jobs are replaced by precarious work dependent on part-time and one-off activities, which is central to the Czech and global cultural journalism and its understanding. The thesis defines how the precarization of work affects the cultural industry and media production. The aim of the thesis is to examine the relationship between the roles of cultural publicist and audiovisual content creator, how this relationship is reflected in the activities of those who occupy both roles, and how these roles complement each other. The practical output of the thesis is a series of eight interviews with male and female respondents who, in addition to audiovisual criticism, are also involved in...
Female characters in temporary Czech literature from critical perspective
Kubínová, Anna ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Malý, Radek (referee)
The topic of this thesis are four female literary characters from books penned by contemporary Czech women writers. These characters are Anna Bartáková (novel Do tmy by Anna Bolavá), Birgit Standtherrová (from the book A já pořád kdo to tluče by Radka Denemarková) and the two protagonists of Kateřina Tučková's Bílá voda, sister Evarista, and Lena Lagnerová. The first chapter of this thesis is dedicated to outlining the standing of these books and their authors within the context of contemporary Czech literature. The second chapter deals with the concept of literary criticism, ruminates on the purpose of this discipline and its shifting demands, and briefly introduces feminist literary theory. The theoretical part is dedicated to methodology and therefore outlines both the approach chosen in this thesis and the theoretical basis for character analysis. The practical section opens with interpreting opinions and reviews published in Czech media outlets. Special attention is paid to the way their authors think about the selected characters. This thesis then goes on to consider these four protagonists on the basis of the introduced theoretical findings. The goal is to ascertain how contemporary literary critics and review writers see female characters, as well as find out what these characters have in...
Media reception of the works of Haruki Murakami in Czech and Anglo-American periodicals
Zlámal, Ondřej ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Maňák, Vratislav (referee)
This diploma thesis entitled Media reception of the works of Haruki Murakami in Czech and Anglo-American periodicals analyzes the critical reflection of three selected novels by the Japanese writer. The Japanese originals of the novels Norwegian Wood (1987), Kafka on the Shore (2002) and Killing Commendatore (2017) were published fifteen years apart and thus cover a significant part of Murakami's literary career. The time gap therefore made it possible to assess the evolution of critical reception. The theoretical chapters focus on literary criticism, as well as narratology based on the work of theorist Seymour Chatman. The practical part includes the analysis of the narative and interpretation of selected works, followed by the analysis of critical articles published in Czech, British and American periodicals. The thesis aims to answer the research questions focusing on the content of the criticism as well as its potential development between older and newer works. The aim of the thesis is to create a comprehensive view of the critical reflection of Murakami's work in Czech and Anglo-American discourse and possible differences between them, based on the reception of selected novels. The diploma thesis is complemented by an interview with the Czech translator of Murakami's works Tomáš Jurkovič, who...
Literary - critical response of selected works by Jostein Gaarder
Benešová, Anežka ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Malý, Radek (referee)
The bachelor theses deals with two works written by Norwegian writer and philosopher Jostein Gaarder, the novel The Orange Girl (2004) and the novel The Castle in the Pyrenees (2011), and their selected critical responses. The aim of this thesis is to interpret both works and place them in the context of their critical responses. The theoretical part of the thesis introduces the personality of the author, his life and the features characteristic of his work, and in a separate chapter further defines the terms literary criticism, review and interpretation. The practical part is divided into two chapters, each of which is devoted to one of the selected literary works - it offers its interpretation and analysis of Critical responses, which include Czech, German and English review published in the daily press, online media and culturally oriented periodicals or websites. The analysis of individual literary Critical texts is followed by separate subchapters that summarize the findings regarding the common features or differences of the analyzed reviews.
The Transformation of the Literary Review in the Age of Social Networks
Kryštofová, Vendula ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Maňák, Vratislav (referee)
Literary reviews have changed considerably in the current fluid era and are still changing. This is due to new media, and especially social networks, where anyone can become a reviewer and professionalism and knowledge of literary scholarship is no longer needed as it used to be. Therefore, this thesis discusses the transformation of literary reviewing in the age of social media by examining the form, congruence and differences of professional reviews in cultural and social periodicals and instagram posts containing book reviews. The aim of this thesis was to find out what similarities or differences there are between reviews written by literary critics and book reviews posted on Instagram by ordinary users. The evaluation was carried out by analysing several professional reviews and several book posts on Instagram on three selected titles, namely Ostrov by Bianca Bell, Mezipřistání by Matej Hořava and Probudím se na Šibuji by Anna Cima, and then comparing these findings. The research section shows how literary critics and Instagram users express themselves in their reviews, what they consider important to convey, what form of review they write, and whether there is a difference in their final rating. Finally, the final findings of the practical section are formulated, including a description of...

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