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Protection of personal rights of a child in media
Henzlová, Sandra ; Benda, Josef (advisor) ; Connelly Kohutová, Radka (referee)
This bachelor thesis "Protection of personal rights of a child in media" deals with protection of personal rights of a child in media. Media publish information about children all the time, but that is not always the right thing to do. A child has a special position in Czech legal system, it is important to have in mind best interest of the children that you write about as a journalist. This thesis defines the most important terms that are important to understand the whole bachelor thesis. The main goal of this thesis is to present legal background related to protection of personal right with a focused-on child's personal rights. It observes not only civil law that is the main source of personal rights protection, but also on criminal law and media law as well. The analysis focuses on Czech case-law in relation to media covering children in their articles. The case-law is really critical of some of the private information that journalists publish about a child's private life. Therefore, it is important to point out what are the boundaries that journalist shouldn't cross when they write or report on children's private lives. Keywords child, media, personal rights, news, journalist Title/název práce Protection of personal rights of a child in media
Digital Storytelling with the Emphasis on Interactie Narrative
Connelly Kohutová, Radka ; Kraus, Jiří (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee) ; Sládek, Ondřej (referee)
New media have become an essential element of our everyday lives. They are also a platform for digital art. Through them, readers can encounter so-called 'electronic literature' as a developing cultural form, allowing to some extent, the the mutual influencing of media and genres. Firstly, all electronic literature needs to be consistently differentiated from electronic books, similarly the conversion of classical, analogue works into a digital form. This thesis deals with the definition of this specific area of literature, its reflection, including its historical anchoring. This work is necessarily based on an interdisciplinary approach, it draws on concepts from literary theory, however electronic literature cannot be viewed through its paradigms alone, as traditional definition frameworks and concepts cannot be fully applied in the new media environment. There is also emphasis upon media studies' theory, specifically studies of new media. Concurrently, the work deals with a specific form of narrative, the so- called 'interactive narrative', which is not found solely in the works of electronic literature, but it also has a wide scope. The final section presents the results of the author's research focused on readers' response to selected works of electronic literature with an interactive...
Origins of the Czech and Slovak Digital Narrativity: The History of Text Computer Games in Czechoslovakia
Šidlichovský, Pavel ; Švelch, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Connelly Kohutová, Radka (referee)
The present diploma work describes the early development of digital narrative on the territory of the former Czechoslovakia in the 80's and at the beginning of the 90's of the 20th century. In that period, the text adventure game production and use were influenced by the socio-cultural and economic environment in the east-European Communist bloc, and by its following transformation into a democratic system with market economy. That brought about unique approaches to the computer game development and playing, and it also led to a formation of a cultural phenomenon of digital text games connected with the context of that time. The text deals with a brief historic development of digital game playing in the world, and a general situation in the information technologies on the territory of the former Czechoslovakia including direct participants' selected opinions. Within the framework of the present work, basic theoretical approaches have been presented, examining the adventure games genre, and especially their narrative part and the principles of intertextuality. The latter have been described using the examples of the respective Czechoslovak game production.
Results of libel in press in the relation to the relevant moral rights especially in the area of private law in the Czech Republic
Stonjeková, Lenka ; Benda, Josef (advisor) ; Connelly Kohutová, Radka (referee)
This graduation thesis, entitled "Results of libel in press in the relation to the relevant moral rights especially in the area of private law in the Czech Republic" examines press interference into relevant moral rights. The first chapter describes the historical foundations of personal rights protection, as well as their international and European connections. The second chapter discusses the power of media, and the means used for its maintenance and strengthening. In the third chapter, an outline of motivations for publication of news press, which balance between righteousness and libel. In the fourth chapter, an assessment of the clash between freedom of speech and protection of privacy, which are categories guaranteed in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The content of the fifth chapter is fundamental because it provides a thorough analysis of the law which governs personal rights, with a focus on the civil code, press law and procedural rules. The sixth chapter brings sight of rules established by autoregulation. It deals with self- censorship, the journalist's code of ethics, self-controlling authorities and so on. In the seventh chapter, the author examines the motivation behind submitting an accusation for the breach of personal rights. The motivation can be a real and legitimate defence...
Rybníčková, Andrea ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Connelly Kohutová, Radka (referee)
Interactive Electronic Books - Traditional Medium in a New Form Diploma thesis "Interactive Electronic Books - Traditional Medium in a New Form" deals with very current form of printed books. It's another step for an electronic book, which has distinct differences in the possible participation in the creation of such media. My thesis defines the terms of electronic books, digital books, and interactive electronic books. It briefly describes the history and development of the book into its interactive form. An important part of this work is the development and history of the Internet, which is inseparable from the development of electronic books. Thanks to the Internet electronic books are available to all users; the development in this area wouldn't be so fast without its existence. The main part of the thesis was a qualitative analysis (the method of depth interviews) which examines young people's interest in interactive electronic books and their opinion about its potential in the future. The main part of the depth interviews was an evaluation of different forms of various genres of electronic books and their possibilities. The conclusion is about the prognosis of interactive electronic books from various points of views.
Older men in the world of computers
Pechlátová, Lenka ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Connelly Kohutová, Radka (referee)
This thesis deals with the everyday life use of new media and technologies as with a lived practice, theoretical concept and methodological tool. It first provides a sense of the theoretical framework which has been examined by entrance of new technologies to the media studies. Next the tradition of audiences research with focus on ethnography of information and communication technologies is described as an significant part of the discipline. Powered by TCPDF (

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