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Magazine Prague in Week in 1940 - 1944
Hrdličková, Alena ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Magazine Prague in Week in 1940 - 1944"presents a detailed characteristic of a regional weekly Praha v týdnu (Prague in Week), which was published in Prague in 1940 - 1944. Initially a programme review, the magazine informed its readers about what's on in Prague theatres and cinemas, about held exhibitions as well as different social events. It also gave information on new films and brought their reviews as well as interviews with artists; at first bringing light topic articles but later on focusing more on specialised essays from the field of culture. The aim of the thesis was to give a complex description of the magazine content as well as its inner structure, placing special emphasis on the volumes I, III and V (1940, 1942, 1944). The analysis focuses on the editorial staff, content of the magazine and how this has been formed in the course of time, comparing further the number and relation of Czech and German topics appearing throughout the magazine, presence of propaganda and texts with a political tone within a cultural and social, and therefore apolitical periodical, thus trying to answer the question of to which extent Praha v týdnu was a pro-German or even collaborative paper with regard to the period in which it was published. As Praha v týdnu was part of the group of...
Media representation of Jan Masaryk in Selected Newspapers in Autumn 1938 and Spring 1948
Poláková, Lenka ; Cebe, Jan (advisor) ; NÁHRADNÍ, OPONENT (referee)
Jan Masaryk, the son of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk was the Czech ambassador in London since 1925 to 1938. He was the one of a few Czechoslovaks in autumn 1938 who was in touch with British prime ministr Neville Chamberlain, Foreign Secretary lord Halifax. He was able to see the situation of our small state was lost after the signing the Munich agrément which transfered the Sudetenland to Germany. So he decided to leave his ambassador office in London. I'm trying to subscribe the media representation of Jan Masaryk in my work in selected newspaper which were representing the different political tendencies. The second part of the work attends to the year 1948. Jan Masaryk had been at this time Czechoslovakian Foreign Secretary for free years. The events in Czechoslovakia of 1947 and 1949 gradually led to the Communist coup in February 1948. The prime minister Klement Gottwald had to form a new government because of resignations of the democratical ministers (Masaryk not encluded). I also made an analyse of the press at that time, when Masaryk decided to say yes to the communist totality.
Transformation of the regional press in the early 90's of the 20th century - region Českobudějovicko (South Bohemia)
Zemanová, Martina ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Transformation of the regional press in the early 90's of the 20th century - region Ceskobudejovicko (South Bohemia)" presents the situation of regional and local press in the region Ceské Budejovice (South Bohemia) in the early 90's of the 20th century. The change (of the content, owner, advertisment etc.) of the regional and local press was observed. The work is divided into the chapters by the type of the press and its target group. Also Syndicate of Southbohemian journalists and its foundation was discribed. The regional and local press is presented in the context of the history and situation of the region.
Situation in french press after 2. world war
Satkeová, Irena ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
This thesis is focused on the situation in press and journalisme in France after the ocupation during Second World War. As a base we describe the situation of the prewar press and its activity during the war. The thesis is divided into three parts. First focuses on historical context of press market in general, its reaction to the end of the ocupation and successive stabilisation. The second part focuses on impact of ocupation to journalisme. Settlement with collaborationists and establishment od profession standards. We present also four personalities, which influenced different aspects of the media of the time. The third part presents specific situation of the daily paper Le Figaro.
Journal New age during years 1939-1945 - Pilsen regional journal in the protectorate period
Pražáková, Hana ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Bachelor work Deník Nová doba v letech 1939-1945 - regionální list na Plzeňsku v období protektorátu (Journal New age during years 1939-1945 - Pilsen regional journal in the protectorate period) treat with changes of the Pilsens journal Nová doba during above defined period. The work is aimed not only on the form of the journal itself (number of pages, columns, price, articles origin, graphic layout and photographs and so on) but also on editorial staff and operations of the redaction that definitely had formed orientation of the journal content. The way Nová doba process information, is explained in the analysis of articles that refer to the selected events. Chapters that are devoted to the journal itself are preceded by brief characteristic of examined years 1939-1945 in Czech and Moravia with stress on Pilsen region and description of the medial praxis valid at the same time period. At the same time is described brief evolution of the journal Nová doba during the time before and after the protectorate.
Activity of Dr. František Hofman in Media and Medial Practice
Veselík, Miroslav ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The piece "Activity of Dr. František Hofman in Media and Medial Practice" is a biographic study of František Hofman. It disserts briefly on his personal life and thereafter concentrates on his career in media. This text offers a compact view of Hofman's life to the reader although some of its components map less and the others more. The core of the bachelor diploma project is Hofman's activity in the press department of the Presidium of Council of Ministers. In the piece, this period of his life is described more contextually in respect to historic chains of events than the other periods. The context includes especially basic facts on political development in the area of current Czech Republic between years 1939 and 1941 and the presentation of the situation then in the area of legal press. Based on these facts, the piece the role and the position of František Hofman, while it discovers some personal and other relationships between him, other clerks in protectorate and journalists. The author familiarizes reader especially with the affairs which were related directly to the execution of the Hofman's function of the general editor of the press department and favorites the topic before the issues related to latter Hofman's arrest and the causes which lead to his imprisonment.
Conspiracy Theories during the First Czechoslovak Republik (1918 - 1938)
Tesárek, Vojtěch ; Cebe, Jan (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
The thesis entitled Conspiracy Theories during the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918- 1938) deals with conspiracy theories, both in general and also specifically about those that were spread in the period from 1918 to 1938, known as the First Czechoslovak Republic. The author first characterizes conspiracy theories, divides them, introduces the readers to their main characteristics and describes why this theories are trusted by a large number of people. In the second part of this thesis the author deals specifically with periodicals from the First Czechoslovak Republic. These newspaper (Lidové noviny, Národní listy a České slovo) are examined by historical-comparative analysis and it is shown how on three specific cases (the mysterious death of Milan Rastislav Štefánik, the Gajda's affair and the alleged infection of Jiří Stříbrný with syphilis) conspiracy theories were spread during the First Czechoslovak Republic, what was the outcome, what was the motivation of those who spread them and how the state either opposed those theories or used them. In addition, for better understanding, this whole part is set in the historical context of the events. In the final part, the author examines whether the mentioned affairs and cases hold the characters of conspiracy theories or not.

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