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Reasoning of Sentences by Regional Courts
Forman, Petr ; Drápal, Jakub (advisor) ; Říha, Jiří (referee)
Reasoning of Sentences by Regional Courts Abstract This diploma thesis addresses the question of the sufficiency of reasoning of the criminal judgement by regional courts. In the theoretical part, I focus primarily on arguments for the necessity of proper reasoning of the judgement, stemming from both the law and fundamental legal principles. Furthermore, I delve into the context of sentence reasoning within our legal system, as well as the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, along with their purposes, requirements, and shortcomings. Last but not least, I attempt to present an approach that would help minimize the typical shortcomings of reasoning. The theoretical segment thus gradually answers the following questions concerning reasoning: Whether to reason at all, what does the law, theory, and jurisprudence say about reasoning, why to reason, how not to reason, and how to reason. Thus, it comprehensively covers all essential aspects of reasoning including common arguments both for and against various forms of reasoning. In the empirical part, I will present an analysis of 300 decisions made by regional courts. The research question posed was, "Is the sentence reasoning provided by regional courts sufficient?" This question encompasses various sub-questions and aspects that were documented...
The influence of the internet on society: The issue of distribution of audiovisual content
Forman, Petr ; Řezníček, Václav (advisor) ; Čermák, Radim (referee)
The aim of this work is to analyze the influence audiovisual content distributed on the internet on society. The first part focuses on the theoretical framework and explains important notions for the rest of the thesis. The second part focuses on specific issues. This part deals with the positive and negative influences of the content on the behavior of people in society. The work deals with the reasons that motivate users to download illegal content and examines how is possible to limit this download and whether is this downloading harmful or not. The bachelor thesis also addresses how the monitoring of inappropriate content affect the thinking of the children and how can parents against these negative influences protect their children.

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