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Male and Female Roles in the Family
Foitová, Tereza ; Havlík, Radomír (advisor) ; Kubišová, Zuzana (referee)
The bachelor-work inquires into the family and their autority of the individual. This intents of the different from men and women roles,it endeavours for justice to a development in the historical connections. The main question is woman emancipation which it is directed of principle alternation in sensible parts of women. This work devotes is simultaneous in Czech families in context the division of labour.
Media and society
Kianicová, Lucia ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Havlík, Radomír (referee)
This thesis aims to discuss the main political and public aspects in the frame of media development and their changes, which are recalled by media. Political competition and its market behaviour is nowadays very naturally predisposed. Decision-making processes in the political sphere attract the attention not just by the experts, but also by wide and laic community. Behaviour of political leaders is influcnced by several changes approving in the political sphere and its circles. The global approach to media plays the key role, at the hand of political circles, which candidates directly and very hard appeal in all the elector's groups. Also very important factor here is a wide expansion of informative technologies. Racionalization of elective behaviour becomes very often in these days, what in many cases means that voters are still more sceptical to the relationship of the political scenes and its candidates. The more voices belong to that candidates who the voters think about, they refer the most interesting political pre-voting marketing and campaign. These changes shown, lead to the claim, that political parties direct their campaign by the hand of the base of marketing rules. The concept about the consequence of political communication leads to the rising interest of mass media and policy. The...
Impact of Today's Family Crisis on Children's Socialization
Votavová, Pavla Marie ; Havlík, Radomír (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Markéta (referee)
Family is the staple part of society and state. Its basic functions are reproductive and sexual function, social-economic, emotional function and socialization. This social unit is affected by many factors. Also because of their influence, family has lost much of its original status. State tries to support families through financial support, suitable housing policy, as well as in the area of employment relationships. In spite of all this, less and less people get married and vice versa, the number of divorces rises. Now, so-called singles have also entered our society. Bad relationships in family, or its break up, have very negative impact on child development. The presence of a father is of crucial importance. The father can work as the best prevention from the delinquency of children and youth. Well spent free time also has a great impact on the future of children. It is very difficult to put a finger on what has to be changed, but the true is that this change is crucial for development of the Czech society.
Role of the Media in Shaping Public perceptions and Political thinking in Czech Republic.
Mácha, Slavomír ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Havlík, Radomír (referee)
Author's name: Bc. Mácha Slavomír School: Social Science & Philosophy Dept. Faculty of Education Charles University, Prague Graduate Program (Single Major): Master Degree (Mgr.) in Teaching Social Sciences, Philosophy, and Ethics in High Schools and Higher Professional Schools Title: The Role of the Media in Shaping Public perceptions and Political thinking in the Czech Republic Consultant: PhDr. Josef Stracený, CSc Number of pages: 97 + 1 attachments Number of attachments: 1 Number of marks: 202412 Number of literature: 56 Number of web pages: 33 Year: 2012 Key words: role of the media, political marketing, political thinking, public opinion, media manipulation, media function, advertising in politics, message effects, active and passive audience, voter, citizen, social networks, This thesis aims to prove the role of media in shaping the public perception and political thinking in the Czech republic. Thesis was worked up by analysing specialised literature concerning the above topics. The role of the media in shaping the public opinion and the views of major political and social problems are being investigated in the long-term surveys. It is legitimate (nebo generally accepted) that all we know, believe or think about what happens in the outside world is sometimes shaped into a form that reflects...
Division of the roles in the family
Dufalová, Zdeňka ; Havlík, Radomír (advisor) ; Kubišová, Zuzana (referee)
The aim of this Bachelor thesis is to describe the division of the roles in a family in three different historical periods - in a pre-industrial period, a post-industrial period and at last, the division of the family roles in the period from the end of the World War II up to the present is described. To characterize the family models in particular periods I use specialized literature, which deals with the historical development of a Czech and European family, with the importance of a family and with the position of all members in a family in a specified period. In the chapter, which discusses a post-modern family, I compare data from some empirical researches, which were carried out in the Czech Republic in the time period from the 1990s up to the present and which deal with family roles division and also with some respondents' opinions on this issue. I will try to find out, how these opinions have during this period changed.
Myths about Domestic Violence in Comparison with Reality
Hanáková, Lucie ; Kubišová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Havlík, Radomír (referee)
The diploma thesis on the topic of "Myths about Domestic Violence in Comparison with Reality" deals with incorrect and false notions which are connected with the given phenomenon. In the first part fundamental concepts, definitions, signs, types and forms are explained. The following part considers particular groups of myths about domestic violence. The first group focuses on myths denying the existence of the problem itself, where a myth about domestic violence as a private issue and a myth classifying domestic violence as a common struggle between partners are discussed. The second group deals with myths connected with the socioeconomic status of a family in which domestic violence takes place. The third group focuses on women and myths that it is women who are the causes of violence that their partners commit on them. It also deals with the effects which violence leaves on women. The last group of myths concentrates on men as batterers in domestic violence and perception of risk factors which can lead to their violent behaviour. The thesis relates to already existing publications, statistics and researches, in Czech as well as foreign literature.
Gender and management
Dragounová, Kateřina ; Havlík, Radomír (advisor) ; Tichá, Milena (referee)
This thesis focuses on gender issues in management. The emphasis is puting on role of gender in management, on differences in harmonization of the working and family life for men and women and with respekt to difficult situations in career building for women, especially in matters of competence for the performance of this office. The thesis further focuses on the issues of equal opportunities for men and women to build their own career, gender inequalities and problems in relationships of families, households and careers. Part of the thesis also describes the public opinions on gender issues in management. The last chapter introduces the issue of managers free time. Keywords: gender, management, equal opportunities, labor market, unequality, career, family, free time.
Impacts of the World Economic Crisis on Employment in The Federal Republic of Germany
Lukeš, Jakub ; Tichá, Milena (advisor) ; Havlík, Radomír (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with impact of world economic crisis for employment in Germany. The aim of the work is to analyse the economic development from 2007 to 2009 with help of macro-economic indicators, with a special attention to problems of employment, labour market and anti-crisis measures, with were taken in the field of labour policy.
Image of Singles in Magazine Harper's Bazaar and in Magazine Maxim
Matoušková, Lucie ; Kubišová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Havlík, Radomír (referee)
Během 90. let se v české společnosti začala konstituovat nová společenská vrstva singles, která upouští od tradičních hodnot týkajících se vstupu do manželství a založení rodiny a rozhodla se žít o samotě. Právě singles se stali předmětem mé diplomové práce, kterou jsem rozdělila na část teoretickou a část praktickou. V teoretické části své práce jsem se pokusila vystihnout základní problematiku singles, svou pozornost jsem zaměřila nejen na charakteristiku, ale i na různé typologie singles, jejich partnerské vztahy, zmínila jsem také historické okolnosti, které ovlivnily vznik této skupiny lidí. V teoretické části jsem se také věnovala otázce sňatečnosti a reprodukce, pokusila jsem se pomocí literatury zjistit, jaký názor a jaký postoj k této problematice zaujímají současní mladí lidé a také jakou vizi o své budoucnosti mají. Vzhledem k tomu, že obraz singles není dosud ucelený, rozhodla jsem se v praktické části své práce zjistit, jaký obraz o životě singles poskytují média. Jako média jsem zvolila dva typy periodik, a to časopis Maxim, který je primárně určen pro muže a časopis Harper's Bazaar, který je určen především pro ženy. Tato periodika jsem sledovala v první polovině roku 2010, kdy jsem nashromáždila určitý korpus textů, které jsem pak podrobila analýze. Jako metodu práce jsem zvolila...
Workers Party 2003 - 2009
Procházková, Alena ; Stracený, Josef (advisor) ; Havlík, Radomír (referee)
Resume This thesis is focused on an extreme right-wing party called Workers Party. Its actions and proclamations of its leaders are often on the very fine line between what is legal and illegal. Although labelled as a democratic party, its connections to neonacist groups imply its tendency to opose the system as such. The Supreme Administrative Court is currently hearing a case based on the goverrnental proposal to abolish this party. This thesis offers a complex analysis of the Workers Party. The theoretical first part analyses political parties, explains the view points of subject on the right and left wing and characterises the ideological viewpoint of the extreme right-wing parties in particular. The second part is focused on the Workers Party as such. The overview of the history of this party since its foundation in 2003 up to now is followed by my analysis of its political program and of its leaders' proclamations. Further, there is an examination of the Workers Party's connection to other extreme right wing subjects. 97

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