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Filing claims in insolvency proceedings
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Pohl, Tomáš (advisor) ; Macková, Alena (referee)
1 Filing claims in insolvency proceedings Abstract The topic of this master's thesis is the issue of filing claims in the Czech insolvency proceedings, especially the lodging of claims but also other ways of filing claims. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the legal regulation of lodging claims in European insolvency law. Finally, the subject of the thesis is the evaluation of the position of creditors and debtors in insolvency proceedings with a detail on discharge of debt. The aim of this thesis is to comprehensively elaborate on the issue using the Czech legislation and the European Union legislation. To deepen the legal analysis of the filing of claims the author uses already established court practice and other case law conclusions of higher courts, as well as professional literature. In addition to the descriptive method of defining the issue, the author also applies her own evaluating conclusions and considerations and uses the experience gained from her insolvency practice. The author describes the system of lodging claims including the analysis of the deadline for lodging claims and disputes arising from this regulation and further deals in detail with the lodgement form, its submission and the creditor's responsibility for the correctness of the lodgement. The author characterizes specially...
Process of Czech Audiovisual Legislation after 1989: Multiple Streams Framework Perspective
Pok, František ; Novotný, Vilém (advisor) ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the process of creating an Audiovisual Act in the context of the transformation of audiovisual legislation in the Czech Republic after 1989. Although there was increasing pressure on change over time, as the original legislation did not reflect the epoch and was inadequate, this process lasted almost twenty years. The aim of the thesis is to understand the dynamics of the change in the process of creating audiovisual legislation, focusing on Act No. 496/2012 Coll. Next, identify the actors and factors that have had the greatest impact on policy change. To do so, this work uses and applies the theoretical framework of the Multiple Streams Framework, through which it sets the basic prerequisites for research. The methodological approach is a qualitative research and a research design of a single-case study. In terms of data collection, the text is based on six expert semi-structured interviews that form the base of primary research. Subsequent data are in the form of various documents, studies, press and annual reports, stenographies from the Chamber of Deputies, or, for example, the talk shows in which the process was discussed. Data analysis was conducted using thematic coding technique. Audiovisual legislation entered the political agenda in 2006, but it did not...
The Encounters of Love and Nature in the Lyric Poetry of Eduard Mörike
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Broukalová, Jindra (advisor) ; Bučková, Tamara (referee)
This diploma thesis explores the lyrical poetry of Eduard Mörike (1804-1875), a German poet. The topic of the thesis is theencountering of nature and love in his works. This poet, less known in the Czech context, wrote various kinds of poems, which deserve attention. The thesis is divided in two parts, theoretical and interpretative. In the first part, the thesis focuses on giving an overall context (I deal with a historical context, literary epochs, during which Eduard Mörike wrote, his personality and general introduction in lyrical poetry). The second part of my thesis aims to interpret selected poems, which are divided bytheir themes: romantic love, the morning, wayfaring, the forest and the so-called "Dinggedichte," or poems focusing on understanding and appreciation of a single item. In each poem, a mood or feeling that characterizes the poem is described, who is the speaker within the poem, and which topics of love and nature can be observed. From the perspective of form, I analyze the rhyme scheme. The analysis of each thematic group also contains a comparation of the poems. The interpretational part aims to connect and evaluate the interweaving of love and nature in the poetic works of Eduard Mörike and touch upon the deeper meaning of the poems. Its aim is also to make the selected works...
One World Festival
Vítková, Terezie ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Szczepanik, Petr (referee)
The Bachelor thesis focuses on the International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival One World and its media communication. In order to determine the festival`s approach to the concept of human rights, i.e. what is advocated by One World in their promotional material and how, four case studies, i.e. four years of the festival (2004, 2009, 2014 and 2019), are analysed. The aim is to name and describe the strategies the festival, an institution with its own agenda, uses in order to promote its interests in the public domain. The method applied is a critical discourse analysis, which is expanded by findings from the field of film festival studies.
The study of hydration of RPC (Reactive Powder Concretes) in hydrothermal condition
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Koplík, Jan (referee) ; Šoukal, František (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the study of hydration of reactive powder concrete under hydrotermal conditions. The theoretical part describes the properties of materials and additives used for the preparation of mixtures. The following describes the principles and requiments for the materials for preparing the reactive powder concrete. The practical part is studied design method mix and the impact of materials to the consistency of paste. The effect of cample placement on flexural and compressive strength of the prepared mixtures was observed. The samples were stored under standart laboratory conditions and under hydrothermal conditions. The phase composition of the samples was monitored by X-ray diffraction analysis and the mocrostructure by scanning electron microscopy.
Molecular mechanisms of sleep homeostasis
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Spišská, Veronika (advisor) ; Rydzyková, Tereza (referee)
Sleep is an essential physiological process driven by a circadian system with its main endogenous pacemaker in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of hypothalamus (SCN) and by sleep homeostasis, a process reflecting time spent awake. This work is focused on basic characteristics of sleep, describes the two process model of sleep regulation and sleep homeostasis theory which connects synaptic plasticity with sleep. Next it describes the function and principles of the circadian system including the synthesis of melatonin and the principles of homeostatic sleep regulation. Within the sleep homeostasis, the focus is on the role of dopamine, prostaglandin D2 and especially adenosine. Next are discussed genes involved in sleep homeostasis and connecting it with synaptic plasticity. Last are mentioned alterations in homeostatic regulation of sleep in people suffering from depression and the final chapter focuses on the interactions between circadian and homeostatic process, particularly on the role of clock genes in sleep homeostasis. Key words: sleep, circadian system, sleep homeostasis, adenosine
The transfer of the Germans from Jindřichův Hradec
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Michela, Miroslav (advisor) ; Stehlík, Michal (referee)
The transfer of the Germans took place after the Second World War and it could be divided into two stages - a wild transfer and an organized transfer. Jindřichův Hradec was mainly a Czech town, where just 5 percent of the Germans lived before the war. After the Munich Agreement had been signed, Jindřichův Hradec was attached to the Second Republic. However, the town became a Czech peninsula as the most of its surroundings was the part of the Third Reich. During the war the germanization of citizens took place in Jindřichův Hradec and the post-war transfer was also conducted there as it happened in many other places after the Second World War. The main part of my thesis deals with the transfer of the Germans from the town as well as the closest villages. The aim of this study was to investigate how the transfer was carried out, how many people had to leave and on the other hand how many of them were permitted to stay and why. Furthermore I also address the establishment of detention camps and folk justice. The thesis covers not only the progress of the whole transfer but it takes into consideration turning points which could have affected it as well as it could have had an impact on the post-war situation. The study is proceeded mainly from local primary sources, especially a fund Okresní úřad...
Criminal aspects of corruption
Dvořáková, Tereza ; Galovcová, Ingrid (advisor) ; Tlapák Navrátilová, Jana (referee)
Criminal Aspects of Corruption Corruption is currently a serious social problem which can be dealt with by means of criminal law, by virtue of the ultima ratio principle. This thesis deals with the issue of corruption from the perspective of substantive criminal law, especially with bribery offences included in the third part of Title X of the special part of the Czech Criminal Code. The introductory part is focused on general issues of corruption, including problematic aspects of the definition of this term and characterization of various forms of corruption. It also includes a subchapter that focuses on efforts to measure corruption and to compare the corruption situation in various countries. The main focus of this work then lies in the analysis of the current legislation of the offences of bribery. It is considered whether it allows effective sanctioning of bribery offenders, whether it acts as a suitable mean of deterring potential offenders, and whether it meets other general requirements, such as certainty of the offences. Attention is furthermore paid to the key notions of corruption offences, such as the notion of bribe or the general interest, and the interpretative problems associated with them. Subsequently, the individual crimes are analyzed, for which the conclusions expressed by...
Process of Czech Audiovisual Legislation after 1989: Multiple Streams Framework Perspective
Pok, František ; Novotný, Vilém (advisor) ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the process of creating an Audiovisual Act in the context of the transformation of audiovisual legislation in the Czech Republic after 1989. Although there was increasing pressure on change over time, as the original legislation did not reflect the epoch and was inadequate, this process lasted almost twenty years. The aim of the thesis is to understand the dynamics of the change in the process of creating audiovisual legislation, focusing on Act No. 496/2012 Coll. Next, identify the actors and factors that have had the greatest impact on policy change. To do so, this work uses and applies the theoretical framework of the Multiple Streams Framework, through which it sets the basic prerequisites for research. The methodological approach is a qualitative research and a research design of a single-case study. In terms of data collection, the text is based on six expert semi-structured interviews that form the base of primary research. Subsequent data are in the form of various documents, studies, press and annual reports, stenographies from the Chamber of Deputies, or, for example, the talk shows in which the process was discussed. Data analysis was conducted using thematic coding technique. Audiovisual legislation entered the political agenda in 2006, but it did not...
Film Audience and Film Culture in the City of Velvary
Krampera, Jan ; Czesany Dvořáková, Tereza (advisor) ; Klimeš, Ivan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the analysis of the film audience and film culture in the city of Velvary. The main goal is to reconstruct the history of the cinema with the help of historical documents and interviews with local residents. The second part of the thesis analyses film program. The thesis tries to look at the program throughout its structure, dates of the projections, audience attendance and ticket prices. The last part focuses on the questionnaire which helps to analyse the local spectator. The most important part of the research is to find out how the current spectator feels about the cinema. The result of this bachelor thesis is the history of a particular small town cinema, its program structure from 1960 to 1999 and the research of the current audience in the city of Velvary.

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