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Family Rituals of Ethnic Minorities in the Czech Republic Area - Vietnamese Wedding
Čechová, Šárka ; Dvořáková, Markéta (advisor) ; Blažková, Miloslava (referee)
Author: Šárka Čechová Department: Civics and Philosophy Title: Family Rituals of Ethnic Minorities in the Czech Republic Area - Vietnamese Wedding Supervisor: Mgr. Markéta Dvořáková, Department of Civics and Philosophy, Pedagogical Faculty of Charles University in Prague Abstract: This bachelor thesis covers a topic of family rituals of Vietnamese minority in the area of Czech Republic. It provides a brief overview of Vietnamese books of facts and view of Vietnamese culture, its roots and history of Vietnamese migration into the Czech Republic. The thesis first of all deals with the topic of Vietnamese wedding rituals and their adaptation to Czech conditions.
Buddha and his Teaching
Čechová, Šárka ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The aim of this work is to understand some basic context of the Buddha's teachings and context in which it arises. At the same time we are trying our understanding at least partially shield the concepts and ideas of European tradition through which Buddhism is usually interpreted unproblematically. The problem of uniting traditions remain open and therefore this work does not aim to eliminate these problems, but we are only at grouping. In this work we are trying to draw attention to europocentrism perception of the Buddhist teachings, and based on this fact, at least in part, to interpret the Buddha's thoughts. Keywords Buddhism, Buddha, Eastern religions, Hinduism, India
Buddha and his Teaching
Čechová, Šárka ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Hauser, Michael (referee)
The aim of this work is to understand some basic context of the Buddha's teachings and context in which it arises. At the same time we are trying our understanding at least partially shield the concepts and ideas of European tradition through which Buddhism is usually interpreted unproblematically. The problem of uniting traditions remain open and therefore this work does not aim to eliminate these problems, but we are only at grouping. In this work we are trying to draw attention to europocentrism perception of the Buddhist teachings, and based on this fact, at least in part, to interpret the Buddha's thoughts. Keywords Buddhism, Buddha, Eastern religions, Hinduism, India
Buddhism in Vietnam
Čechová, Šárka ; Rybák, David (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Markéta (referee)
Author: Bc. Šárka Čechová Department: Civic Education and Philosophy Title: Buddhism in Vietnam Supervisor: Mgr. David Rybák, Ph.D., Department of Civics and Philosophy Faculty of Education of Charles University in Prague Abstract: The main theme of this work is Buddhism as the primary religion in Vietnam. Work is focused on providing the image of Buddhism as a whole and then to its entrance into the Vietnamese culture through periods of Chinese domination. Marginally also mention about other religions in Vietnam, and Vietnamese traditions and customs. In conclusion, I will dedicate the image of Vietnamese living in the Czech Republic, which is affected by the collision of two cultures. We will monitor historically conditioned cultural and religious assumptions that have contributed to easier integration of Vietnamese immigrants.
Family Rituals of Ethnic Minorities in the Czech Republic Area - Vietnamese Wedding
Čechová, Šárka ; Dvořáková, Markéta (advisor) ; Blažková, Miloslava (referee)
Author: Šárka Čechová Department: Civics and Philosophy Title: Family Rituals of Ethnic Minorities in the Czech Republic Area - Vietnamese Wedding Supervisor: Mgr. Markéta Dvořáková, Department of Civics and Philosophy, Pedagogical Faculty of Charles University in Prague Abstract: This bachelor thesis covers a topic of family rituals of Vietnamese minority in the area of Czech Republic. It provides a brief overview of Vietnamese books of facts and view of Vietnamese culture, its roots and history of Vietnamese migration into the Czech Republic. The thesis first of all deals with the topic of Vietnamese wedding rituals and their adaptation to Czech conditions.