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Media representation of historical milestones and related conspiracy theories in mainstream and alternative media in Slovakia
Bernátová, Miriama ; Cebe, Jan (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
The Diploma thesis named Media representation of selected events and related conspiracy theories in mainstream and alternative media in Slovakia is focused on media representation of historical events related to Slovak public officials, namely the death of Milan Rastislav Štefánik and the death of Alexander Dubček, which are the subject of various conspiracy theories. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on placing the phenomenon of conspiracy theories in the context of media studies, followed by the division of the Slovak media structure into mainstream and alternative based on the available sources. Last but not least, theoretical part contains overview of available information regarding selected events. Subsequently, the representation of the events in selected Slovak digital media (aktuality.sk, dennikn.sk, sme.sk, hlavnespravy.sk, kulturblog.sk, zemavek.sk) is examined using frame analysis in order to map the frames through which the events are mediated and also the identification of individual conspiracy theories related to them. In terms of methodology of analysis, a combination of qualitative and quantitative approaches was used. As a result, the analysis offers an overview of the media representation of both events through the identified thematic categories, the individually assigned...
Building an Intelligence Information Network in 1914-1918 on the example of "Czechoslovak Independence" and "La Nation Tchéque"
Neuwerthová, Kristýna ; Cebe, Jan (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The diploma thesis analyses the topic of building a foreign intelligence network and its activities during the First World War (1914-1918) on the example of the Československá samostatnost and La Nation Tchéque magazines. The introduction maps the steps of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk after his emigration in 1914. Masaryk was the main personality of the whole foreign affair, but the thesis also deals with other representatives of the foreign resistance, such as Lev Sychrava, who was responsible for the issuing of Československá samostatnost, or Ernest Denis, who together with Edvard Beneš edited La Nation Tchéque. The work is based primarily on archival sources with special regard to the collection of the Editorial Offices of the Československá samostatnost and La Nation Tchéque, which is stored in the Military Historical Archive. This collection contains correspondence from both editorial offices, draft articles for both papers and other auxiliary materials from which the content of both papers was formed. The content of the entire collection is gradually revealed in the thesis. At the end of the thesis there is a case study on the topic of propaganda of the Czechoslovak affair in the content of Československá samostatnost on the example of a specific event, which is the Manifesto of Czech Writers from...
The Press Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovak Republic between 1918-1938 : leading, personalities, conception and organization
Roubalová, Ivana ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
After serving few hundred years under the reign of Habsburc monarchy the Czech nation was trying to establish itself like a more independent part of the monarchy or like a new and independent state outside from the Habsburc monarchy. Activities of this movement were called National renaissance and it culminated during the First World War at that time led by Mr. Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, who was supporter of independent Czech state formed as democratic republic. The end of the First World War was a big victory for efforts to establish the new Czech state with cooperation with the similar efforts of Slovaks. To support this efforts there was created a new nation of Czechoslovaks and all the claims for territory and new state for this nation were done together with Slovaks. A new map for eastern Europe was laid out in the Paris conference in 1919 and seven new states were established in that conference as independent and democratic, one of them was Czechoslovak republic, usually known under the name Czechoslovakia. Author of this dissertation used the method of historical analysis to describe the importance of the Press Department for establishing democratic Czechoslovakia. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Atomic bombings of Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 and the reflection of these events in Czechoslovac postwar media
Poláková, Michaela ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis Atomic Bombings of Japanese Cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 and the Reflection of These Events in Czech Postwar Media considers the event from year 1945 which has changed the world. This topic was also covered by Czechoslovak newspapers at the time. The propaganda of the USA and also of the Soviet Union was at high level at that time and Czechoslovak press was highly influenced by this. That?s why the end of the war and atomic bombing of the Japanese cities were for public largely misrepresented. The paper considers in detail, how the three particular newspapers ? Svobodné noviny, Lidová demokracie and Rudé právo - handled with accessible information. The author of this thesis picked up the articles in connection with the war with Japan. Author than confronted the extent of articles in particular newspapers and the rate of influence of political orientation and character of chosen newspapers on the articles content. The paper deals with question why the press redactions wrote about those events often in a tendentious way or why newspapers did not publish some of the information. The thesis summarizes how did the media work after the Second World War and how would they work at the presence.
The Journal Pravo lidu 1945-1948:Hopes,Aims and Tattered Ideals
Plívová, Viktorie ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The daily Právo lidu (Peoples' Rights), a paper of the Czechoslovak Social Democratic Party (ČSSD), started to be published 12 of May 1945, immediately after a forced break during the Second World War. However, its renewed edition did not last much longer than mere three years. After the Social Democratic Party merged with the Communist Party the newspaper was closed, or more precisely "diverted" under the auspices of Rudé právo (Red right), the central organ of the Communist Party. My aim in writing this thesis is a study of this period as such, its presentation on the pages of Právo lidu, or a presentation of some major historical events on the pages of the diary and the form of the paper itself. The work is therefore divided into two main parts. The first is a theoretical introduction describing pivotal moments in the development of post-war Czechoslovakia, where I am focusing on the description of the aspects that shaped the period, formed the internal political situation and directed the former Czechoslovakia into the Soviet Union's sphere of influence. The second part of the thesis is devoted to the very analysis of the diary in the years 1945 - 1948, its form, its way of distributing the information and describing certain political moments, as well as the anchorage of the daily in party structures. A...
The media image of Chile during Augusto Pinochet's rule in the Czechoslovakian and Czech daily newspapers
Vavřinová, Veronika ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to find out and describe, how was Chile depictured in Czechoslovakian and Czech daily newspaper during Augusto Pinochet's reign and then since the end of his presidency until his death. Augusto Pinochet got to power in 1973 as one of four members of the military junta that had overthrown socialist president Salvador Allende and his government of the Popular Front. Pinochet had soon become the most influential person in Chile and he had reigned since 1974 as president. Most of the Chileans voted against continuation of his presidency in 1988, and therefore he ended in 1989 as president. He remained an important person that divided Chileans into two groups until the end of his life in 2006. The theoretical part describes mainly the historical and economic development of Chile in the chosen time period. Furthermore it briefly explores Czechoslovakian and Czech history, mainly in order to describe the development of the printed media. The thesis analyses articles in Czechoslovakian daily newspaper Rudé právo, Lidová demokracie and Mladá fronta and then in Czech daily newspaper Právo, Mladá fronta and Hospodářské noviny. Texts from several time periods within years 1973 - 2006 were included into the research sample. These time periods were chosen based on important historical events of...
The biography of Václav Chába
Pohorecký, Vladimír ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Diploma thesis "Život a dílo Václava Chába" deals with an image of Václav Cháb (1895 - 1983), czech publicist, writer and translator. Diploma thesis describes important moments of Cháb's life in chronological sequence. First part of the thesis analysis Cháb's growing up and attend to his participation at czechoslovak foreign legion in Russia during First world war. After his return back to the country, he started to work as a journalist at weekly paper Legionářský směr and then at daily paper Národní osvobození. During the Second world war he was shortly active in paper Naše zprávy and then was obliged to stay in illegality. In the very first beginning of the Prague revolution in May 1945, he was active in re-issuing of Národní osvobození. The biggest attention is paid to his journalist proffesion at Národní osvobození. Early in 1950's was Cháb employed in Státní pedagogické nakladatelství, where he was active even in retiring age. Diploma thesis also paid appropriate attention to many of Cháb's prosaic publications, in which he mostly describes historical subjects. He is also known for publications with anti-nazi themes. His translation activities are not omitted from this thesis. Diploma thesis also documents Cháb's relationship with dr. Lev Sychrava and aim to deals with his political opinions.
The Signal magazine in the years 1965-1974
Janovský, Michal ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
My Diploma Thesis refers to the Signal Magazine and its operation in the years 1965 - 1974, when Czechoslovakian society was touched by several changes, starting with fast democratization process development and ending with normalization. Following these changes, the Magazine changed as well, on several levels - publishing, editorship and content. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Image of art and architecture in Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia 1939-1945 as reflected by "Pestrý týden"
Hrubá, Jana ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The main focus of this thesis is weekly magazine Pestry tyden (Fancy Week) published from 1926 to 1945 in Prague. Specifically, it aims to provide evidence on art and architecture during World War II in Bohemia and Moravia whilst occupied by Nazi Germany, and the way that art and architecture were reflecte in the magazine. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Media analysis of the Economic policy magazine in the thirties of the 20th century
Babišová, Katarína ; Půlpán, Karel (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Diploma thesis "Media analysis of the Economic policy magazine in the thirties of the 20th century" deals with the formation and development, aspects of content and formal aspects of the Economic policy magazine in the thirties of the 20th century. Individual chapters are devoted to the history of the magazine, considering the circumstances of media and historical context of the thirties, affected by economic crisis. Furthermore, they are devoted to his general characterization or structure, definition of readers. The important part concerns about contributors, authors of articles, among whom were economic specialist of that epoch, or about often discussed topics which reflected mostly the problems of Czechoslovak economy in the thirties. Attention is also paid to others economic magazines and newspapers of that time or to that magazines or newspapers, which were interested in economic topics, and the importance of Economic policy magazine among them.

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