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Female Sports Commentators in Czech Television, gender aspects, professional experiences
Machalíková, Libuše ; Vochocová, Lenka (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The bachelor's thesis "Female Sports Commentators in Czech Television, gender aspects, professional experiences" analyses the work experiences of women and men in the sports editorial department of Czech Television, with a focus on gender stereotypes, and obstacles and positive trends with regard to gender equality. The theoretical part explores and defines key terms such as media, sports media, feminism (radical, social, Marxist, and socialist), and gender roles. The methodological section describes the research objectives, defends the choice of a qualitative approach, and details the data analysis process. In the practical part, the results of interviews with women and men from the sports editorial department are presented. The research suggests that gender equality in sports journalism is gradually increasing, but challenges persist, such as structural inequalities in leadership. The contribution of this work lies in providing a comprehensive overview of gender aspects in sports journalism.
Parody of Czech Television in the series Dobré ráno, Brno! as a modern form of television entertainment
Straka, Tomáš ; Kruml, Milan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
This thesis deals with the analysis of the television series "Dobré ráno, Brno!" produced by Czech Television. The series serves as a parody of the original show "Dobré ráno", which is broadcast on weekdays and aims to provide "a morning dose of information and music, accompanied by interesting guests and tips". Czech Television has created a series that daringly parodies not only itself as a significant institution, including its employees, but also the television industry as a whole. The series allows for the analysis of key concepts of television entertainment, such as the use of parody, satire, humour, and hyperbole. The aim of this thesis is to determine the nature of parody in the series "Dobré ráno, Brno!" in relation to Czech Television and to examine how the series contributes to a greater genre diversity in television entertainment, particularly in the areas of parody, satire, and humour. The research method selected for this study is semiotic analysis, with an emphasis on the analysis of meanings on the level of denotation and connotation following the approach of Roland Barthes. The detailed semiotic analysis includes analysis of dialogues and verbal signs, examination of sound design, and the overall mise-en-scène analysis, including the analysis of individual characters, costumes,...
The interpretation of film narrative in the works of Alejandro González Iňárritu
Juřenová, Nikola ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The presented master thesis explores the interpretation of film narrative in the works of the Mexican film director Alejandro González Iñárritu. Through a narrative analysis of seven feature films, including Amores Perros, Babel, and Bardo - False Chronicle of Handful of Truths, I will explore the director's distinctive approach to the construction of film narrative. The analysis includes aspects of narrative logic and temporal manipulation to identify recurring patterns and narrative devices used in Iñárritu's works. The theoretical part briefly introduces the director and anchors his position in the context of modern Mexican cinema. The methodological part of the work is based on the film theories of David Bordwell and Seymour Chatman. These are later supplemented by the theories of Charles Ramírez Berg and other authors, focusing on complicated narratives. The analytical part of the thesis examines the use of narrative technique, thematic motives, and socio-political contexts present in his films. Since the non-linear form of the story is not the only specific element of his work, I will also focus on a chronological examination of his filmography and artistic development in the time period 1983-2023. The findings of this analysis contribute to a deeper understanding of Iñárritu's directorial...
The impact of modern technology development on society on the example of the Black Mirror series
Stiffelová, Andrea ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The master's thesis "The influence of the development of modern technologies on society using the example of the Black Mirror series" analyzes 5 series of the Black Mirror series using thematic content analysis. The work identifies the socio-technological risks thematized in the series and analyzes the relationships between technology and society, or the effects of modern technology on society.
The role of media and media messages in the series Vyprávěj
Pajerová, Karolína ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
The thesis entitled The Role of Media and Media Messages in the TV series Vyprávěj deals with the use of media and media messages in all episodes of the popular Czech television series Vyprávěj. The thesis looks at all the roles of media and media messages in the series and how the creators of the series used them. It also takes into account what specific media are introduced in the series and how the characters of the series come into contact with them. In the theoretical part, representatives of the most famous Czech and Czechoslovak family series are introduced, one of them being the Vyprávěj series. It is introduced in the following chapter, along with its creators, the characters that appear in the series, awards and the opinions of experts and viewers. Subsequently, the Czechoslovak media environment in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s and the Czech one in the 1990s and the beginning of the new millennium are also presented in several pages. Space is also given to samizdat and exile media, advertising and the internet. In the practical part, the series Vyprávěj is analysed in terms of the use of media and media messages. In six categories, it is presented in detail what different media and media messages functioned in the various episodes of Tell, what media were most frequently used in the series...
Analysis of documentary production of the online streaming service Netflix
Spěváková, Klára ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Kruml, Milan (referee)
This thesis, titled Analysis of the Documentary Production of the Online Streaming Service Netflix, aims to describe the characteristics typical of Netflix's documentary production using a selection of films from 2015 to 2022. The films included in the analysis are American Murder: The Family Next Door, Schumacher, The Social Dilemma, The Tinder Swindler and David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet. Based on semiotic and image analysis, it examines the various elements of film language used in these films - mise-en-scene, camera, editing and sound, including the narrative mode and structure of the film. The thesis also focuses on describing the key features of Netflix production, its use to influence audiences, and the search for the reason behind the popularity of this production. The thesis also includes a quantitative analysis of Netflix's documentary production.
The role and utilization the ballet company in the Czechoslovak television in 70s and 80s of the 20th century
Horáková, Karolína ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
This thesis deals with the role and utilization of the ballet company in Czechoslovak Television programmes in the 1970s and 1980s. The author first introduces the reader to the context of the chosen topic. Using literary research, she introduces the period of normalization and the functioning of Czechoslovak Television at that time, and then captures the various definitions and divisions of dance or the characteristics of television genres, more specifically entertainment as a television genre. In the analytical part, the author traces the origin and functioning of the ballet company and its role in ČST programmes. The programmes in question are Televarieté or Kabaret u dobré pohody. In the analysis, the author also devotes space to the transformation of dance as an element of television entertainment. The information needed for this thesis was available primarily in the Czech Television's archive and programme funds. In addition, the author made extensive use of the iVysílání platform.
Dramaturgy of Radio Wave programs - discursive analysis
Petele, Jan ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Hroch, Miloš (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the critical analysis of dicourses in three selected programs of Radio Wave. The aim is to find out how these discourses are constructed depending on Ruth Wodak' discoursive strategies and how they reflect social reality. At the theoretical level, the work defines the historical consequences that led to the foundation of the Radio Wave and the concept of alternativness. These theory sections open the parts of the work that will focus on the internal compostion of the radio, its format and dramaturgy. To fulfill the goal of the work, we will use the method of qualitative analysis, specifically critical discourse analysis. We well present the methodology of the work and the analysis procedure of the individual programs: Studovna, Podhoubí, Záložka. We follow the aktivity in the "action field", the probable overlap of the douscourses and individual speeches. The aim of the work is to analyze individual statements, their argumentation, possible falsity and truthfulness, to find out what connotations individual social actors acquire, but also to declare how our chosen public law station participates in formuling the topics of individual discourses. For this purpose, individual episodes are selected, which are based on the concept of journalistic radio interview.
Army and Security: The Role of Czechoslovak Television's Army, Security and Military Ability Department between 1958 and 1990
Krušinová, Karolína ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Růžička, Daniel (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the history and functioning of Czechoslovak Television's Army, Security and Military Ability Department in the years 1958-1990. The author first introduces the reader to the historical context and maps the changes that Czechoslovak Television went through in connection with political situation, with an emphasis on the period of the Prague Spring, August 1968, and the subsequent onset of normalization. This part of the thesis also introduces readers to the position of the media in the political mechanism of Czechoslovakia and its interventions in the functioning of the media. The thesis also deals in detail with the Television's Army, Security and Military Ability Department itself, its main tasks, history and contractually secured connection to the Federal Ministry of the Interior and the Federal Ministry of Defence. In this part of the thesis, the method of department's financing and organizational structure are also described, including the tasks of employees and the editor-in-chief Miloslav Broumský. The author draws not only from available book sources, but mainly from internal primary sources obtained during archival research in the archives of Czech Television, the National Archive and the Military Historical Archive. Information obtained through archival...

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