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Disinformation on German Twitter Accounts during the 2019 European Parliament Elections
Ženka, Ctirad ; Eberle, Jakub (advisor) ; Kochnowski, Roman (referee)
The master thesis addresses the social network Twitter and the spread of disinformation in the last weeks before 2019 European Parliament elections in Germany. The target of the research is to analyze the spread of disinformation immediately before the elections and determine the specifics of the German Twitter landscape. The theory of information disorder by Wardle and Derakhshan enabled a deep study of disinformation. The thesis explains the basic theory of disinformation and its connection to the right-wing populist movements. In Germany, this phenomenon is connected to AfD - Alternative für Deutschland party, that follows the topics of migration, alleged censorship, and climate skepticism, which are also the defined topics of disinformation in Germany. Through a content analysis of quantitative data from 1st to 25th May 2019 explains the types of disinformation according to the information disorder theory and the spread of disinformation in German landscape, interpretates the topics and is trying to link the spread of disinformation directly to the AfD party. The researcher analyses three Twitter accounts: the account of the party election leader Jörg Meuthen, the account of German conservative right-wing media Junge Freiheit and the account of a supporter of the party. The thesis aims to map...
Archaeological Topography of Dejvice (Praha 6) in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period
Ženka, Ctirad ; Bureš, Michal (advisor) ; Štefan, Ivo (referee)
The bachelor thesis submits a report about Hinterland of Prague in the northwestern vicinity of the Prague Castle. The thesis gathers all information about first steps of archaeology in Dejvice, Šárka and Bubeneč and also covers important information about urban factors that contributed to creating a medieval village. The thesis covers geomorphological conditions, quality of soil, water sources and climate features. It also includes a chapter on historic maps and creation of urban structures and establishment of medieval village in Hinterland of Prague. The paper covers excavation work at Hendlův dvůr, where 10 reserve pits and 18 pole holes were uncovered, interpreted and dated into two separate phases of medieval (12th and 13th century) and early modern Period (15th and 16th century). Analysis of the morphology of the ceramics matched the first time horizont of swollen edges and of late medieval edges. Totally 500 shards of ceramics were gathered. The thesis also compares research of archeologists in Dejvice and Bubeneč in medieval and early modern Period. The first archeological finds of medieval village of Dejvice were uncovered by Petr Chotěbor in 1979, the research of Bubeneč was strongly pushed by Václav Huml and Julie Richterová. Author identifies all factors and problems of both villages....

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