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Ideal or mirror? Principles and ideas of the May 9 Constitution and the 1960 Constitution and their reflection in criminal and civil law
Blažková, Tereza ; Šouša, Jiří (referee)
- Ideal or mirror? Principles and ideas of the May 9 Constitution and the 1960 Constitution and their reflection in criminal and civil law. Presented thesis entitled "Ideal or mirror? The principles and ideas of the Constitution of May 9 and the Constitution of 1960 and their reflection in criminal and civil law" deals with the issue of constitutional development on the territory of Czechoslovakia after 1945. The work has several levels. It examines the role of the constitution in the process of creating other legal regulations and asks questions about the role of the constitution in society in relation to its ideological anchoring. It also focuses on examining the influence of communist ideology in constitutional law, especially in the process of adopting the constitution. The work also affects the role of constitutional values within the codification processes that followed the adoption of the May 9th Constitution and the 1960 Constitution. Criminal law and civil law were chosen as examples of these codification processes. Conceptually, the work is divided into four basic chapters. The first part of the thesis includes the definition of the topic, including the methodology, and also outlines the sources and materials used for the preparation of the dissertation. Due to the definition of the...
Legal Aspects of the changes in theater industry in Czechoslovakia After World War II
Šustová, Kateřina ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Blažková, Tereza (referee)
Legal Aspects of the changes in theater industry in Czechoslovakia After World War II After World War II (in May 1945), Czechoslovakian theaters were reopened. The so-called theater revolution began, during which the theater industry in Czechoslovakia experienced fundamental changes in organizational structure. Despite the efforts of Austria-Hungary and the First Czechoslovak Republic, this space was still regulated by the Theater Act of November 25, 1850 (Ministry of the Interior law No. 454/1850). There were also plans to consolidate the regulation of the theater industry in Czechoslovakia, as Hungarian legal article XXXI had been in effect since 1848 in Slovakia. This was a different (and even older) legal regulation than the one in Bohemia. This work explores the legal considerations of the aforementioned reorganization of theaters. The main goal of the research is to describe how the pre-World War II regulatory environment affected the evolution of theater industry regulation thereafter, including mapping out any significant path dependencies. A comparative analysis of individual provisions was used to address the research question of how the Theater Act of 1948 differed from previous legislation and historical drafts of theater regulations. This work subsequently addresses the regulatory...
Ideal or mirror? Principles and ideas of the May 9 Constitution and the 1960 Constitution and their reflection in criminal and civil law
Blažková, Tereza ; Kuklík, Jan (advisor) ; Rákosník, Jakub (referee) ; Šouša, Jiří (referee)
- Ideal or mirror? Principles and ideas of the May 9 Constitution and the 1960 Constitution and their reflection in criminal and civil law. Presented thesis entitled "Ideal or mirror? The principles and ideas of the Constitution of May 9 and the Constitution of 1960 and their reflection in criminal and civil law" deals with the issue of constitutional development on the territory of Czechoslovakia after 1945. The work has several levels. It examines the role of the constitution in the process of creating other legal regulations and asks questions about the role of the constitution in society in relation to its ideological anchoring. It also focuses on examining the influence of communist ideology in constitutional law, especially in the process of adopting the constitution. The work also affects the role of constitutional values within the codification processes that followed the adoption of the May 9th Constitution and the 1960 Constitution. Criminal law and civil law were chosen as examples of these codification processes. Conceptually, the work is divided into four basic chapters. The first part of the thesis includes the definition of the topic, including the methodology, and also outlines the sources and materials used for the preparation of the dissertation. Due to the definition of the...
Viola of Těšín and her period
Blažková, Tereza ; Charvátová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Sládková, Kateřina (referee)
Title: Viola of Těšín and her period Author: Tereza Blažková Department: History & History Didactics Department Supervisor: prof. PhDr. Kateřina Charvátová, CSc. Abstract: This bachelor thesis deals with Viola Elisabeth of Cieszyn. She was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast in the Cieszyn branch. She mar- ried the Bohemian king Wenceslaus III. The relevant sources and literature are presented in the thesis. Besides, the thesis provides a short story about specific roles of medieval queens. Furthermore, a few facts about the House of Piast and some other members of this dynasty, which Viola came from, are shown. The thesis also explores Wenceslaus III of Bohemia, facts about his marriage with Vi- ola Elisabeth of Cieszyn, Viola's life in the House of Premyslids, her sister-in-law Elisabeth Premyslid, and comparison of Viola and Elisabeth Richeza. The thesis provides information about Peter I of Rosenberg and his marriage with Viola, too. The last capture deals with depiction of Viola in fiction. Keywords: Wenceslaus III of Bohemia, Viola Elisabeth of Cieszyn, Peter I of Rosenberg, Vyšší Brod Monastery, Elisabeth Richeza of Poland, House of Piast, Miszko I of Cieszyn, Maria of Bytom, Charles I of Hungary, Boleslaw I the Great, Elisabeth Premyslid.
A Garbage in a Circle: Potential of the Artefacts from the Rondel in Prague-Ruzyně
Blažková, Tereza ; Popelka, Miroslav (advisor) ; Řídký, Jaroslav (referee)
This thesis is focused on research of the rondel (circular ditch) located in the Prague- -Ruzyně area, dated to Late Neolithic Era with the Stroked Pottery culture. Quantitative, qualitative and spatial analysis of rondel's object fillings were carried out and the results and interpretation are presented in this thesis. Particularly thanks to Stroke-ornamented pottery analysis, it was possible to determine the relative chronology of the ditches filling. The interpretation of the material analysis and material spatial distribution tried to describe the trends associated with the formative processes and the development of origin of the ditches fillings. This work brings the results of processing of archeological findings and field documentation of a fully explored rondel, situated in the settlement of the Stroked Pottery culture. This work contributes to the understanding of Late Neolithic settlement structure and the rondels in general. Catalogue of findings is included. KEY WORDS: Late Neolithic - Stroked Pottery culture - Circular ditch - spatial analysis - formation processes - pottery - lithics - daub - animal skeletal remains
Change of the Landscape and Life in the Time of Industrial Revolution on Šumava
Blažková, Tereza ; Matoušek, Václav (advisor) ; Hájek, Jan (referee)
5 ABSTRACT This thesis was written to contribute to study of the post-medieval cultural landscape, especially the industrial landscape. It observes changes of landscape and settlement, which were affected by industrial activities in the middle of Šumava Mountain region. The reason why the landscape pattern has changed were industrial activities and also fabrication of Vchincko-tetovský floating channel at the turn of the 18th and 19th century. Forests in this region were previously used mainly by glass and iron works, but the industrial activities and settlement culminated in the exploitation of the forests just because of oportunity of the wood floating. Formating and function of the channel was business intention of prince Schwarzenberg, who could due to floating of Vydra river and then other two rivers called Otava and Vltava fill the gap in the market with firewood in Prague. The landscape was already in the first decennium of the 19th century reformated negatively, namely in forest crops. The number of colonies of woodworkers increased. The problems came in 1870's with windbreake and bark beetle calamities. Crisis and termination of the wood floating in the region came on the first half of 20th century in connection with world war and political changes. But the landscape and settlement experienced...
The Transformation of Šumava Mountains at the time of industrialization: Forgotten Traces of Woodworkers
Blažková, Tereza ; Matoušek, Václav (advisor) ; Semotanová, Eva (referee) ; Krajíc, Rudolf (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to show the changes and the development of the landscape and the settlement of the region of central Šumava mountains due to industrialization in the 19th century. The thesis is based theoretically and methodologically in the field of anthropology of landscape and industrial archeology. It combines archive written and cartographic sources with non-destructive field research of anthropogenic relics. The industrialization of the area of interest meant the woodworking expansion that was caused by the lack of firewood in Prague and its surroundings and was realized as a business plan by the noble Schwarzenberg family. Schwarzenberg forest exploatation and timber floating system for firewood transport have brought significant landscape changes to hitherto almost untouched mountaneous forested areas. The field research has identified elements of the floating timber system, such as water reservoirs, watercourse troughs or the Vchynicko-Tetovský floating canal, as well as traces of both, permanent and seasonal settlement of woodcutters. The work divides the area into four zones, depending on how they were used, settled and transformed during the 19th century. The greatest attention is devoted to zone no. I, the remote forest area, which has become a major resource area for the Schwarzenberg...
Working from home during COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021
Blažková, Tereza ; Mudd, Dana (advisor) ; Podaná, Zuzana (referee)
This thesis deals with the topic of working from home during the coronavirus crisis in 2020 and 2021. The theoretical background summarizes the literature on which the research is based on. The research was conducted on a representative sample at a national level of the Czech online population using a questionnaire survey. The whole work deals with three subtopics, the characteristics of work from home, the development of work from home during the coronavirus crisis and the difference between men and women in the key variables of work from home at this time. The main findings include a moderate relationship between work from home and education, more frequent associations of lower than higher productivity at home, a high role of the employer when respondents stated a reason to work from a certain place, and low demonstrable differences between men and women. The discussion part summarizes the main findings of the research concerning the theoretical basis. There are also discussed the limits of the research and a proposal for further possible research is included there as well.

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