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Sanctioning of legal persons
Bartoš, Jan ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
1 Sanctioning of legal persons Abstract Sanctioning of legal person is a topic that is more than relevant. Although the phenomena of criminal liability of legal person is not unknown to the continental Europe, rapid development can be seen in the second half of 20th century and in the beginning of the 21st century where most of European countries enacted laws regarding criminal liability of legal persons. The Czech Republic enacted the Act No. 418/2011 Coll. on the criminal liability of legal persons (hereinafter "ZTOPO"). This diploma thesis is divided into six parts. The first part is about criminal liability of legal persons in general. It provides a quick historical evaluation and analysis of the term criminal liability of legal persons itself, then it is focused on the ZTOPO. The second part is focused on compliance program with regard to its function, preferable content and relevant case law. The third and fourth part is the core of this diploma thesis. The third part solely focuses on sanctioning of legal entities under the ZTOPO. It separately describes every sanction that could be imposed under the law and focuses on the deficits of the legislation. The fourth part describes the criminal liability of legal persons in France, Germany and Austria and thus provides international comparison with the...
Environmental friendly forms of housing in the Czech Republic
Rezlerová, Kateřina ; Matějček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Bartoš, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis called " Environmental friendly forms of housing in the Czech Republic " focuses on the issues of environmentally friendly houses. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the environmentally friendly buildings in general. It explains the basic terms and describes the situation in the Czech Republic as well as contains the assessment of each of the Czech regions and their approach to the environment. The second part of the thesis is about the ecological build-up in Prague and the attitude of residents of the environmentally friendly districts of Horní Počernice and Dolní Měcholupy.
Trace elements and Pb isotopes in selected bone samples
Bartoš, Jan ; Mihaljevič, Martin (advisor) ; Strnad, Ladislav (referee)
The aim of this work is briefly summarize the current theoretical knowledge about trace elements and their inputs into calcified body tissues in a form of search. Here are described mechanisms of their inputs and depositing into human body and principles, which allows maintenance of their optimal levels. In this paper are also described the properties of bones and teeth and simply explained concepts such as an essential and toxic trace elements. The next part of this work is mainly about trace elements, which have the biggest potential to be used in an archeological research, particularly in paleodietary research. These elements are mainly Sr, Ba and Zn. Lead and its isotopes are discussed more here in relation to the effect of Pb to Romans in the past and to the identifying sources of pollution by this element. In the same chapter are also described principles of post-mortem alteration processes, to which are bones after burial exposed and which they have to face during analyzing and interpretations of data related to the amount of trace elements in origin bones.
Environmental education as part of geographical education
Bartoš, Jan ; Matějček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Raška, Pavel (referee) ; Kroufek, Roman (referee)
This dissertation deals with environmental education as part of geographical education.Theenvironmentaleducationisoneofcross-curriculartopic(subject)thatis obligatoryaccordingtovalidcurriculardocumentsandshouldbedevelopedinallareasof education.Theaimofthisthesisistobringthefindingsthatwillbroadentheknowledgeof howteachersfulfilltheobjectivesofenvironmentaleducation,respectivelyofliteracyin Czechschools.Furthermore,itisexaminedwhatroleGeography,respectivelyeducational subjectgeography,playsinfulfillingthesegoals.Thefollowingresearchquestionsarisefrom thechosengoal: Whichareasofenvironmentalliteracyaredevelopedwithstudentsinthelessons? o Howdotheycometrue? Whichsubjects,accordingtotheenvironmentaleducationcoordinators,contribute mosttotheimplementationofthecross-curriculartopic(subject)Environmental Education? o Whatroledoessubjectgeographyplayintheimplementation? Teachersareoneofthe mainsourcesofinformationonthisissue.Therefore,the environmentalliteracyofaselectedgroupofteachersandteacherstudents werealso investigated. Thethesisisdividedintothreeparts.Thefirstpartdiscussesthegeneralbasisof environmentaleducation.Inthissection,theemphasisisoninterconnectionwithgeography. Thistheoreticalpartisfollowedbyresearchprobesthatseekanswerstoresearchquestions....
Use of Experience Pedagogy and Theatrical Education in Geography Teaching
Barešová, Lenka ; Matějček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Bartoš, Jan (referee)
The main objective of the thesies is to compare a frontal teaching method and teaching by simulation. Two comparable groups of students were taught the same topic by the two methods. The topic was focused on an uneven world development. Following assumptions were set. Simulation is a more attractive teaching form, therefore it can help to raise the motivation of students. Frontal method is capable of transmitting more information. Simulation, however, can have bigger impact on students' values. The impact of simulation has a long-term impact in comparison to frontal teaching. These assumptions were confirmed by qualitative and quantitative methods.
The possibilities of further education in biological invasion issue for secondary school students
Bartoš, Jan ; Matějček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Král, Luboš (referee)
This diploma thesis identifies thanks a questionnaire investigation, what is awareness of high school students about the issue of plant invasion. In this issue has been suggested and in the practise tested model lesson. The model lesson was taught in 5 classes. The questionnaire investigation was realized in the classes, where this model lesson has not taken place. This questionnaire was divided into two parts. The first part focused on knowledge of invasive plants filled 255 respondents. In the second part questions were connected conservation with the issue of plant invasions. Also there were questions, which was determinate by the effectiveness of the model lesson. 40% of respondents have never heard about the plant invasions. Within the circle of knowledge is the relative frequency of correct answers much smaller. It was found if student's view on solving the situation around invasive plants is affected with approach to environmental ethics, which they profess.
Use of trace elements and Pb isotopes for bioarchaeological research of selected burial grounds
Bartoš, Jan ; Mihaljevič, Martin (advisor) ; Strnad, Ladislav (referee)
SUMMARY: Aim of this thesis is to provide, by using trace elements analysis and Pb isotopes analysis of archaeological findings from Roman era and following migration period, informations about basic bioarchaeological parameters of sites Abrahám, Rusovce II and Sládkovičovo (territory of present Slovakia) and Sopianae site (area of present Pécs city in Hugary). Analyses were performed on samples of 81 bones and 21 dental enamels. For purposes of this work most important concentrations are of Ca, P, Sr, Zn, Ba, Fe, Al, Mn and Pb (and its isotopes). They were consequently used for calculating Ca/P ratio in order to assess extent of after-burial diagenetic changes. For this purpose Al and Fe concentrations were taken into account too. Sr/Ca and Sr/Zn ratios were compared to assess prevailing type of diet. The Ba/Ca and Sr/Ca ratios were compared in order to asess supposable mobility of some individuals. By using of Pb concentrations and its isotopes contamination by this metal was assessed. During interpretations of individual conclusions useability of samples outgoing from assessment of extent of diagenetic alterations were always taken into account. Little changes in chemical composition of samples arise in case of Sopianae site, samples from other sites are greatly preserved. Using of paleodietary...
Decision-making of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic and its impact upon civil proceedings
Bartoš, Jan ; Winterová, Alena (advisor) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
Name of the text, you are holding in your hands, could be well translated as "Decesion making of Czech Constitutional Court and its influence on civil procedure." It consist of three very separate parts, each of them following its own topic, linked up together only with major role of Constitutional Court (further "CC"). First chapter is dedicated to a slightly controversial case, which has been widely publicly discussed. The topic is strictly procedural, it refers to the possibilty of higher courts to remove and assign single cases to different judge/panel of judges. Although under certain circumstances allowed, in this case it seemed to be an unjustifed violation of art. 38 par. 1 of Letter of human rights and I conclude arguments, which could justify such restrictive process. Second one is following last ten years of interventions in Code of Civil Procedure, namely in regulation of review of appeal. In the first part are described reasons, why CC consider decision with missing justification unconstitutional and accordingly declares corresponding part of Code of Civil Procedure unconstitutional. In second part I analyze long-term contrary judgements of CC and Czech supreme court on admissibility of review of appeal which resulted in major part of regulation being declared unconstitutional. I...
The spread of invasive neophytes in the riparian vegetation of the Kamenice river
Holzknechtová, Nikola ; Matějček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Bartoš, Jan (referee)
Watercourses and especially their riparian vegetation are habitats that are very sensitive to spreading of invasive plant species. Rivers create natural migration routes (corridors) and help propagules to spread quickly and easily. The theoretical part of this thesis is focused on plant invasions and covers also the most recent knowledge in the field of invasion ecology. In the practical part of this thesis the spread of invasive neophytes in the riparian vegetation of the Kamenice river in Northern Bohemia is described. The plant species were examined during the field survey along the entire stream of the Kamenice river. In total, common occurence of 7 invasive taxa were recorded, namely Impatiens parviflora, I. glandulifera, Reynoutria japonica, R. sachalinensis, R. bohemica, Solidago gigantea and S. canadensis. The distribution of observed taxa along the stream as well as on the banks was relatively uneven.

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