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Two Approaches to Folk Narratives: Emanuel Horký a Josef Štefan Kubín
Čechová, Lucie ; Holý, Jiří (advisor) ; Vojvodík, Josef (referee)
The work will deal with the processing of folk tales from Podkrkonoší on the one hand and the processing of folk tales from the Vysočina region (Humpolec, Polná and Havlíčkův Brod regions) on the other hand. It will use the material collected by Josef Štefan Kubín (Lidové povídky z Podkrkonoší) and Emanuel Horký (Z kraje Šimona kouzelníka). The aim will be to confront the two contrasting approaches in terms of language, style and subject matter, but also in terms of a more general approach to folklore.
Children suffering from a chronic disease
Čechová, Lucie ; Procházková, Jana (advisor) ; Goldmann, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the subject of tumour diseases in childhood. It describes the impact of disease 011 the personality of children and their near relations. Subsequently, the somatic, psychological and social aspects of the treatment are analysed. The thesis provides for the insight into the occupation of the medical staff working with children suffering from tumour diseases and it involves the issues of volunteers and canistherapy regarding the child patients. The case study consists of questionnaires. The final part presents conclusion of the findings gathered from the questionnaires and from the author's personal experience in volunteer work.
Gothic mural painting in castle chapels in Bohemia
Čechová, Lucie ; Hlaváčková, Jana Hana (advisor) ; Royt, Jan (referee)
This work is an investigation of Czech Gothic murals in castle chapels in Bohemia. The key for including of a mural to the catalogue was the founding date between early middle-ages up to the year 1526; end of the hegemony of the Jagellon dynasty amongst Bohemian Kingdom. The core of the work is a comprehensive catalogue of such murals. Included are 12 localities where these murals can be found, dating through 300 years of the middle-ages. Not included in this catalogue are the three well-documented sacral spaces in Karlštejn castle, although they also fit the time period in question. It must be acknowledged that the Karlštejn chapel murals are key elements in understanding this style and era, due to their quality and influential nature. This essay sought to isolate and explore any specific typology in this class of artwork. However, it must be stated that no such unique common character exists. The murals are more a reflection of the requirements and tastes of the individual patrons; they also express the fashion of their particular eras. There are also discrepancies in quality, which vary from century to century. In the 14th century, the quality of the investigated murals cannot be compared to that of paintings in the court of the King. However, by the late 15th and 16th centuries, the quality of murals...
Hearing parents - deaf child
Čechová, Lucie ; Goldmann, Petr (advisor) ; Soukupová, Tereza (referee)
Digest in English The master thesis called Hearing parents - Deaf child addresses issues concerning the specific situation of hearing parents with a hearing-impaired child. It deals with the main influences affecting what parents experience in this state of affairs. Based on Czech and foreign resources, the thesis specifies both theoretically and practically these influences on parental experiences. Firstly, general aspects which affect experiences in relation to any type of child's disability are introduced, with particular focus on specifics in case of hearing impairment. Secondly, those occurrences are described which parents are confronted with only if they raise a hearing-impaired child. The theoretical part deals with the etiology of hearing impairment and with abnormal features in child development, with emphasis on the field of communication. Further, it pursues the subjects of education and cochlear implants. Feelings and experiences of families with deaf children are also explored. Moreover, the system of care for children with hearing impairment and their families is examined. Finally, a short overview of the life of the Deaf is presented. In the practical part, the results gained from an analysis of six interviews with parents are presented. This part attempts to record how the parents of deaf...
Alternative lifestyles: homelessness vs. squatting
Čechová, Lucie ; Duffková, Jana (advisor) ; Sládek, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with two alternative lifestyles: homelessness and squatting. Its ambition is to describe these lifestyles, define them and make the reader familiar with the way of life of homeless and squatters. After comes the comparison, analyzing the similarities and differences. The thesis not only describes these lifestyles but also provides the reader with an insight into the terms lifestyle and alternative lifestyle. For both, homelessness and squatting, home is an important issue. For the homeless it's the absence, for the squatters the effort to create a new one. This is why the term is also being dealt with. For better understanding and insight into the matter several interviews with people familiar with homeless and squatters were included into the thesis.
Gothic mural painting in castle chapels in Bohemia
Čechová, Lucie ; Hlaváčková, Jana Hana (advisor) ; Royt, Jan (referee)
This work is an investigation of Czech Gothic murals in castle chapels in Bohemia. The key for including of a mural to the catalogue was the founding date between early middle-ages up to the year 1526; end of the hegemony of the Jagellon dynasty amongst Bohemian Kingdom. The core of the work is a comprehensive catalogue of such murals. Included are 12 localities where these murals can be found, dating through 300 years of the middle-ages. Not included in this catalogue are the three well-documented sacral spaces in Karlštejn castle, although they also fit the time period in question. It must be acknowledged that the Karlštejn chapel murals are key elements in understanding this style and era, due to their quality and influential nature. This essay sought to isolate and explore any specific typology in this class of artwork. However, it must be stated that no such unique common character exists. The murals are more a reflection of the requirements and tastes of the individual patrons; they also express the fashion of their particular eras. There are also discrepancies in quality, which vary from century to century. In the 14th century, the quality of the investigated murals cannot be compared to that of paintings in the court of the King. However, by the late 15th and 16th centuries, the quality of murals...
Vápencové lomy jako útočiště pro vzácné druhy střevlíků (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
Čechová, Lucie
PhD thesis describes and compares carabid beetle communities (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from six quarries in various stages of succession - from the initial succession on bare substrate of a still active quarry to the succession in the high level of development in the quarry which is closed for more than four decades. The active quarries hosted a higher number of species of ground beetles than the quarries with a higher stage of succession. The occurrence of species corresponds to their habitat preference. It was found that species of open habitats, together with macropteric and eurytopic species, were strongly associated with a higher herb layer coverage. Forest species were positively correlated with the total vegetation coverage. The number of species and individuals of macropterous ground beetles was highest in the active and medium-term quarries, on the contrary, the lowest in the old quarries. Significant influence on the occurrence of ground beetles had total vegetation coverage and slope habitat.
Moravian Wine Center
Čechová, Lucie ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The primary aim of the project was to create a new hotel building with a wine gustation salon in a way which would interfere with the natural character of the surroundings as little as possible whilst offering a wide lookout. The purpose of this building facility is also more than four-star accommodations. The hotel also contains a restaurant, wine gustation salon with an adjacent wine gallery representing local wine area of Modré Hory and a spacious underground wellness complex making the stay at the hotel more pleasurable. The industrial conception of the building is inspired by wine production and the periodicality of vineyards which is observable on the front mounted facade. Preservation of the regularity of both horizontal and vertical rasters was possible thanks to this facade. Another interesting factor of the building is the roof of the overground part of the wellness center which is used as a staircase seating. This part of the object created a partially covered amphitheatre and a summer theater which also serves as the main front space entry of the hotel.

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