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Nationalist Thoughts in Liberal Associations: the Maccabi Hatzair Jewish Association and the Czechoslovak Junák Association
Heyzl, Martin ; Králová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Emler, David (referee)
The diploma thesis Nationalist Thoughts in Liberal Associations: the Maccabi Hatzair Jewish Association and the Czechoslovak Junák Association deals with two liberally defined associations in the period of interwar Czechoslovakia. On the basis of selected interviews with witnesses, it examines the manifestations of nationalist (including Zionist) ideology in a liberal surroundings. Each association is represented by three narrators, who were selected with regard to age, gender balance and geographical aspect. The thesis consists of three chapters, first is described the sociable situation in the second half of the 19th and in the first half of the 20th century, both the Czech and Jewish population. In the next part of the thesis are used oral historical methods of research, analysis and interpretation of interviews. The analytical part serves to find an answer to the research question of how nationalism or Zionism was manifesting itself in liberal associations.
The Czech Philharmonic as an Object of Interest of the Totalitarian Power: The Comparison of Nazi and Stalinist Cultural Policy
Poulová, Anna ; Emler, David (advisor) ; Zelená, Alena (referee)
The Diploma Thesis The Czech Philharmonic as an Object of Interest of the Totalitarian Power: The Comparison of Nazi and Stalinist Cultural Policy deals with the cultural policy of the Nazi and Communist regimes and with their attitudes to the Czech cultural scene. It analyses the situation in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia and in the post-war communist Czechoslovakia and compares their cultural policy. The most part of the Thesis is dedicated to the particular consequences of both totalitarian cultural policies, which are observed through the activity of the Czech Philharmonic. The Thesis looks for the mutual aims of the Nazi and Communist cultural policy and then the analysis of the Czech Philharmonic's activity serves to find an answer to the question to which extent and in what areas of its activity could the orchestra oppose the pressure of the totalitarian regimes to its subordination and misuse for ideological and political intentions.
"We have to bake small bagels now": German Russia-Foreign Cultural and Educational Policy in the context of the third Angela Merkel's government
Jiříček, Dalibor ; Handl, Vladimír (advisor) ; Emler, David (referee)
Diplomová práce se zabývá analýzou zahraničně-kulturní a vzdělávací politiky SRN s důrazem na vzdělávací sektor ve vztahu k Rusku během třetí vlády Angely Merkelové. Pozornost je věnována především klíčovým změnám a definici normativních, institucionálních a koncepčních rovin. Úvodní část práce se věnuje základnímu uvedení do tématu, stanovení cílů, tezí a výzkumných otázek. Dále je zde popsána metodologie a kritické zhodnocení pramenů a literatury. První kapitola teoreticky vymezuje analytické koncepty soft-power, civilní mocnost, geo- ekonomická mocnost a "Wir müssen kleine Brötchen backen", které umožňují podrobněji popsat zkoumanou oblast. V této části je také definována zahraničně-kulturní politika a její hlavní instrumenty. Druhá kapitola představující empirickou část diplomové práce se podrobně věnuje vzdělávacímu sektoru zahraničně-kulturní a vzdělávací politiky SRN ve vztahu k Rusku v letech 2013 až 2017. Skrze klíčové programy a projekty jsou rozebírány cíle, tematické okruhy, programové, koncepční a částečně i finanční změny zkoumané politiky. Třetí kapitola se věnuje analýze a vyhodnocení těchto změn. Kromě toho je věnována pozornost i kontinuitě ve vybraných oblastech a efektivnosti autorem zavedeného konceptu "Wir müssen kleine Brötchen backen". Následuje závěr práce, který shrnuje...
The Image of the Czech Republic in the Pages of German Newspapers within Context of the European Migration Crisis
Křížková, Veronika ; Emler, David (advisor) ; Šafařík, Petr (referee)
This master's thesis examines the image of the Czech Republic that the German media promote in the context of the European migration crisis. For this purpose, articles from three German daily newspapers dating from 2015 until 2016 were examined. The research was carried out on 186 articles using quantitative content analysis and constant comparative method. Throughout the research the information on when and how the media wrote about the Czech Republic were gathered. In the context of the European migration crisis a recurring image of the Czech Republic was created mainly through the EU perspective, along with the other members of the Visegrad Group. For its rejecting position of the European solution for the crisis, which was supported by Germany, the image of the Czech Republic is rather negative and the state is denounced for lacking. The German media coverage of the Czech Republic was strongly politicized and embodied by politicians. The results of the research can provide an overview of the perception of the Czech Republic by Germany during the European migration crisis. The results can contribute to further research on this current topic as well.
Analysis of the two movie versions about The Third Wave movement - German battle with the past versus the true event in the USA
Šimlová, Angelika ; Zelená, Alena (advisor) ; Emler, David (referee)
This thesis presents the topic of a school experiment that simulated Nazi Germany. The main focus of the research is the analysis of two movies that were made based on the real story from 1967 in California. High school teacher Ron Jones tried to show his students the ease with which the young Germans voluntarily wanted to be part of the Hitler Jugend because they could not believe why would the Germans willingly do all the horrible things that led to the Holocaust. With the experiment of Ron Jones, they follow their leader equally blind, feel good to be part of their new Third Wave movement. This simulation is presented in two movies, Die Welle (2008) from Germany and The Wave (1981) from the USA. The aim of this thesis is to make an overview of the differences between these two versions of the story considering the relationship between the two nations with the topic. With help of theories made by Aleida Assmann about the traumatic past and the collective memory of a nation, I try to explain the different backgrounds of the movies. Furthermore, I point out the reactions to both the Die Welle and The Wave, which are influenced not only by the cultural and social environment, but also by the aesthetics of the movie, frame, music, and other technical aspects of the movie-making. The analysis of the...

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