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Transformation of Jewish identity in post-war Czech and Luxembourg generations
Bronec, Jakub ; Koura, Petr (advisor) ; Brüll, Christoph (referee) ; Kalhousová, Irena (referee)
The aim of the thesis is to analyze and compare the development and changes of Jewish identity and Jewishness in post-war Jewish generations in the years 1945-1990 born or living in the Czech lands (Czech, Moravia, Silesia) and Luxembourg. The research focuses only on the territory of the Czech lands (Czech Republic) and Luxembourg; it does not include the current Slovak territory. The author's intention is to compare the development of Judaism and Jewish identity between members of the second and third post-war Jewish generations who were influenced by two different political systems - the Western Liberal Democracy and the Eastern Communist regime. The work aims to find similarities and differences in predetermined aspects that directly and indirectly have influenced the life of both Jewish communities in Luxembourg and the current Czech Republic. Individual aspects and factors were determined as follows: the path to Judaism and its formation in two different political regimes; attitude towards the state of Israel; antisemitism. The work seeks to find different comparative parameters for intergenerational analysis of different attitudes towards Israel, influence of antisemitism on post-war Jewish generations and understand the processes involved in the formation and transmission of Czech and...
Analysis of the Monthly Magazine Roš chodeš (1990-2015)
Bronec, Jakub ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis Analysis of Rosh chodesh (1990-2015) is to analyze the Jewish monthly magazine Rosh chodesh in the specific period of 1990-2015, and make a comparison with another Jewish magazine Maskil. The theoretical part provides general information about the Jewish media and life in the First Czechoslovak Republic, the Second World War and the Communist era. The practical part of my thesis brings the detailed description of the journal's history, purpose, graphic design, columns, journalist committee, authors, distribution and the way of financing. Quantitative analysis of the Rosh chodesh and Maskil gives an insight into the development of both periodicals during 2005-2015 in comparison with the previously conducted research. The changes in the composition, structure and the editing system are captured. More than 1 504 coding units were the subject to detailed analysis. Moreover, there is also the general research dealing with the Czech Jewish Media and selected international media together with a concise content analysis

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