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The image of the position of the western woman and the western feminist movement in the woman's press in Czechoslovakia in 1948-1989
Marková, Tanja ; Gelnarová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
The Bachelor's Diploma Thesis "The Image of Women's Role in the West in Women's Magazines in Czechoslovakia in 1948-1989" discusses the different development of women's social statuses in the Eastern and Western Blocs in the bipolar world of the second half of the 20th century. The main objective of the thesis is to determine how women's magazine Vlasta depicted social status of women living in the West during the Cold War, and how the depictions influenced the changes in international relations in the respective period. The author has decided to implement the discursive analysis. Since it would be rather demanding to process all published issues of Vlasta in 1948-1989 due to the quantity, the writings for the analysis were those published around the International Women's Day. The author has decided to focus on this period because the International Women's Day was celebrated in both blocks, thus she assumes that space dedicated to women's social status in various countries is bigger in the time of the celebrations than in the rest of the year. The analysis of the figures showed that Vlasta magazine accommodated the image of women in the West and their social status to the geopolitical development of the Cold War. Intensity of how Vlasta informed the readers about unequal rights and bad living...
The Protection of the Republic Act in the Context of the Political Discussion of the First Czechoslovak Republic
Zaimović, Enes ; Gelnarová, Jitka (advisor) ; Charvát, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of the Czechoslovak Protection of the Republic Act, it refers to historical circumstances that led to it's enactment and provides comprehensive picture of the political debate on the Protection of the Republic Act among the most significant political parties of the First Czechoslovak republic and their party press organs. The aim of the thesis is to answer questions related to the way the most significant political parties approached the Protection of the Republic Act, the way they framed the Act as an object of framing and the way they expressed their stances on the Act to the public. In pursuit of fulfilling these particular aims, this work will analyze the historical materials including the newspaper editions of the political parties press organs and speeches of the political party members in the Chamber of Deputies of the National Assembly of Czechoslovak republic. During the analysis, this work will as well use framing analysis as an instrumental prerequisite for reconstructing individual frames applied on the Protection of the Republic Act by the political parties of the Czechoslovak republic.
The Growth of Presidential Powers During the Incumbency of Mary Robinson
Kolářová, Karolina ; Gelnarová, Jitka (advisor) ; Říchová, Blanka (referee)
This thesis deals with changes in the presidential office in Ireland during the presidency of Mary Robinson between 1990-1997. The presidential office holds very few powers and it has been always perceived more as ceremonial and symbolic function. Robinson had been very active during her reign since the beginning, thus breaking the precedence given by former presidents. The goal of this thesis is to define both, particular tools and mechanisms which Robinson had used to transform the nature of the office. Moreover, the thesis aims to examine whether Robinson stayed within the constitutional boundaries. My hypothesis states, that main tools which Robinson used to transform the presidency, are the different forms of activism. The first part the research focuses on the analysis of the constitutional development of presidential office as well as the powers of president listed in the constitution. Further, in the thesis, I focused on Robinson's activity not only during her presidency but also on the prior period as the presidential campaign or Robinson's professional career. This is important to define particular tools and mechanisms which Robinson used to change the presidency. The main findings of my thesis reveal the tools which Robinson used to transform the office - activism and symbolism. Both of...
Analysis of the Methods of the Women's Suffrage Activists: the Case of the Committee for Woman Suffrage
Švecová, Klára ; Gelnarová, Jitka (advisor) ; Charvátová, Lucie (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the methods used by Czech female activists associating with the Committee for Women's Suffrage to achieve the women's right to vote. The first chapter describes the political system. Here is briefly presented the political institutions of Austria-Hungary (specifically Cisleithania), the development of political parties in the Czech lands and the opinion of political parties on the women's suffrage. This chapter also explains laws that include women's right to vote. The following chapter describes the development of the Czech women's movement, its main features and transformation of its demands and goals over time. The third chapter deals with the political and social situation that led to the formation of the Comittee for Womens's Suffrage. The chapter also presents its activities and its main members. The last part of thesis describes methods and procedures used by Committee for Women's Suffrage to achieve women's right to vote. In this chapter, the attention is paid to selecting methods and their succes. In my bachelor thesis, I focused mainly on the methods that had the greatest influence on the enforcement of women's suffrage and methods which make the question of women's rights more visible.
Situation of the Roma in the First Czechoslovak Republic
Vlasák, Ondřej ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Gelnarová, Jitka (referee)
This thesis Position of Roma minority in the First Czechoslovak Republic focuses on position of ethnic and national minorities in the First Czechoslovak Republic between 1918 and 1938, specifically on position of Roma minority. Many scholars have already focused on the topic of position of minorities in the First Czechoslovak Republic, but only few focused their work on position of Roma minority. This topic still remains quite unexpolred. In the first part of my thesis, I will focus my research on disprooving claim, that we can consider Czechoslovakia as consociational democracy, by apllication of four basic consociational mechanisms on the political system of the First Czechoslovak Republic. In the second part of my research I will focus on position of Roma minority in Czechoslovak society by analyzing origins of Roma minority, laws focused on Roma minority and position of political parties and majority society towards Roma minority.
The Political System of the Second Czechoslovak Republic
Kunc, Martin ; Jeřábek, Martin (advisor) ; Gelnarová, Jitka (referee)
Tato bakalářská práce se zabývá politickým systémem Druhé Československé republiky. První kapitola se věnuje definici autoritativních režimů a jejich dělení podle Juana Josého Linze. Dále stručně představuji politický systém První Československé republiky, abych později mohl lépe popsat změny, které nastaly ve Druhé republice. Poté se zabývám Mnichovskou dohodou a jejím vlivem na podobu Druhé republiky. V následující kapitole se věnuji jednotlivým aspektům Druhé Československé republiky, přičemž se budu primárně snažit zodpovědět otázku: "Byl politický systém Druhé Československé republiky demokratický, nebo byl spíše autoritativního rázu?" Konkrétněji se v této kapitole věnuji ústavě, fungování státní správy, soustavě státních orgánů, hospodářskému režimu a dodržování občanských práv a svobod. Samostatnou kapitolu jsem přiřadil stranickému systému, na kterém byl nejviditelnější úpadek demokracie. V této kapitole popisuji možné podoby stranického systému a velkou pozornost věnuji Straně národní jednoty a Národní straně práce. Dále popisuji stranický systém na Slovensku a objasňuji fungování neloajálních opozičních skupin. V závěru budu aplikovat Linzovu teorii autoritativních režimů na případ Druhé republiky, čímž zodpovím onu výzkumnou otázku.
Comparison of causes of attitudes of CSSD and SMER-SD to the migration crisis in Europe
Vosátka, Petr ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Gelnarová, Jitka (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to find the cause of different attitudes of CSSD and SMER-SD towards the European migration crisis. While the CSSD displays a certain degree of solidarity towards migrants, SMER-SD takes a strict refusal attitude in this issue. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the principles and historical development of the ideology of social democratic parties, as the basic common basis of both political parties. To demonstrate the attitudes of each party, official documents, press releases, or outputs in the media are used, as well as the views of selected party members. In order to find the ultimate cause of differences in parties attitudes, four selected independent variables related to migration are analyzed in the practical part. These are structures of voters of the surveyed parties; shares of foreigners in the countries of these parties; the level of public opinion on migration in those countries; history, tradition and access to migration in the history of both political parties.

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