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Government Communication in the Czech Republic: Organisation, Perception, and New Theoretical Model
Soukeník, Štěpán ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Just, Petr (referee) ; Eibl, Otto (referee)
This dissertation thesis titled 'Government Communication in the Czech Republic: Or- ganisation, Perception, and New Theoretical Model' is a seminal, exploratory work which contextualizes and maps the development of government communication in the Czech Republic from its foundation to the present time with a primary research emphasis on the years between 2015 and 2017. Stemming from interdisciplinary theoretical sources within media and communication, public policy, and management scholarship, the thesis rede- fines the way of thinking about government communication. It applies stakeholder theory paradigm by researching government institutions, private sector, and news media as three important actors of government communication. Analysing the organization, perception, and tensions of government communication, the dissertation thesis aims to introduce new theoretical model of government communication and provide the government, private sector, and other societal actors with challenging perspectives on their practices and status quo.
Online Communication of European Parliament and European Commision in 2014-2017
Tomaníček, Michal ; Shavit, Anna (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on online communication of the European Parliament and the European Commission in 2014-2017. To provide essential information about this topic, there is a description of these two Europeans institutions and their approach to communication, possibilities of online communication and definition of generations of Millennials and Generation Z. Descriptive part of this bachelor thesis is explaining the European Union institutions, their inner structure and strategic approach towards field of communication. Further in this chapter, there is a description of online platforms for communication used by the European Parliament and the European Commission. Namely: their official webpages, Facebook pages and profiles on Instagram and Twitter. In this part description and specifics of target audience - Millennial generation and Generation Z. Practical part of this bachelor thesis is about quantitative research which is done by questionnaire online survey among members of target audience. This research aims to explore the awareness of online communication of the European Parliament and the European Commission and its effectivity. Survey was mainly focused on online behaviour of Millennials and Generation Z with a stress on their knowledge about online communication of those EU institutions.
Communication strategy of the town Roudnice nad Labem
Vancl, Jan ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Soukeník, Štěpán (referee)
This thesis describes the theoretical concepts of the communication process, especially with a focus on the general public and media in the public administration environment. Based on the definition of the municipal marketing environment and the theory of communica- tion strategies of municipalities, the specificities of small and medium-sized municipalities are approached. Theoretical knowledge attempts to apply to the environment of the small town of Roudnice nad Labem. The result is an unconventional insight into the functioning of communication in public administration and recommendations for its improvement in the chosen city, as well as other comparable municipalities. Keywords: communication, city marketing, communication strategy, communication channels, media, public relations
Communication Strategy Development of LaFormela Brand from the Establishment until Today
Novák, Šimon ; Koudelková, Petra (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
1 Annotation The bachelor thesis "Communication Strategy Development of LAFORMELA Brand from the Establishment until Today" focuses on the analysis of communication strategy development of a Czech brand, LAFORMELA, founded in 2010 and currently led by a designer duo - Miroslava Kohutiarová and Antonín Soukup. The main objective of the thesis is to analyse communication tools that the brand started using over the analysed period between 2010-2018. The author of the thesis critically reviews all the used tools and proposes several improvements that could make usage of the tools more effective. The thesis consists of five chapters. In the first chapter, the author focuses on the definition of fashion and fashion marketing. The second chapter is dedicated to the marketing brand theory and its application on the LAFORMELA brand itself. In this chapter, the author presents its aspects and connects them with a SWOT analysis and an EFE matrix. In the third chapter, the author studies the brand's marketing mix. The fourth chapter is focused on the communication strategy. The author also defines particular communication tools, critically reviews them and specifies several milestones, which are in his opinion, significant in the brand's history. In the last chapter, the author examines results of the content analysis,...
The role of political leaders in Parliamentary elections 2017
Štosová, Tereza ; Shavit, Anna (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
(Abstrakt) The bachelor thesis is focused on the studying of the influence of political leadership on communication of six political actors during the period of the main electoral campaign. These politicians, who stood for the election to the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic in 2017, were selected on the basis of their election results. The aim of the thesis was to answer the research questions whether these candidates showed elements of leadership and if so what, and then deduce the influence of political leadership on the election. The thesis is divided into three parts. The theoretical part provides the basis for understanding the subject. The following methodological part introduces the applied research methods. The last practical part launches by the characteristics of the studied subjects to bring the reader into the context, since the part that focuses on the research and description of the communication of these political actors is limited in time. Research is conceived as a case study that ranks among qualitative methods.
Branding of Prague
Veberová, Klára ; Halada, Jan (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
The bachelor's thesis describes the branding of Prague and the strength of the city's brand. The theoretical part addresses terms such as brand, branding, city branding, and its distinction from city marketing. The differences between city branding and commercial branding are mentioned as well since the topic of a city functioning as a brand is a broadly discussed one. The following descriptive part introduces Prague's brand, the reputation and image, including its identifying characteristics such as culture, architecture, film industry, residents, and famous people. Examples of marketing campaigns, organizations or agencies participating in the process of Prague's branding are also a part of the description. The last practical part of this bachelor's thesis compares different indexes and barometers measuring the strength of city brands. This allows to present how strong Prague's brand is in comparison to other cities in the world. In the last part of the thesis, the case studies of two chosen cities are analyzed, focusing on specific reasons of their success and their comparison to Prague.
Greenwashing in fashion indrustry with special focus on H&M
Kadlečková, Daniela ; Vranka, Marek (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the subject of greenwashing, its presence in fashion industry and it focuses on an example of one of the world's leading fashion companies - H&M. The theoretical part describes the concept of corporate social responsibility which represents a framework of all ecological initiatives of every company, it analyses its environmental aspects and explicates terms of sustainability and green marketing. The following chapter deals with the concept of greenwashing, its definitions, origins and history. The subsequent chapter describes the system of the fashion industry, its driving mechanisms that caused rapid acceleration of the textile production over recent decades, it tries to depict its impact on the environment and analyses selected sustainable efforts that are commonly made by fast fashion brands in the field of environmental CSR. The last chapter of the theoretical part deals with H&M and its history, it describes its green policy and analyses selected environmental activities that could be considered as an example of greenwashing. The practical part examines the perception of the brand H&M by confrontation of the consumers with positive or negative information about its green activities. This quantitative research was realized in the form of survey experiment.
Theory of agenda-setting, framing and communication of social change on case study of media campaign for smoking ban in restaurants
Slíž, Miroslav ; Hejlová, Denisa (advisor) ; Soukeník, Štěpán (referee)
This diploma thesis presents the application of theoretical concepts of agenda- setting, media framing, public opinion, spiral of silence, social change communication and social marketing, including the specifics of public interest campaigns, on the example of research project "Changing the paradigm: Smoking in restaurants bothers people" which was conducted by the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University and research agency Ipsos, and following media campaign against smoking in restaurants. The concept of public opinion is introduced together with the theory of the spiral of silence. In addition, the thesis deals with the issue of influencing public opinion through the media, where theories of agenda setting and media framing are illustrated on examples connected to smoking ban in restaurants. Selected theoretical concepts are shown in a reflection of new media influence. Communication of social change is introduced together with social marketing theory and aspects of health communication. The specific process of social change is introduced from the perspective of issues management. There are two case studies describing the specific phases of the research project with the media campaign in the context of the presented theory. The importance and impact of the project on the public, media and...
Mgazine active beauty as an effective toll of marketing communication
Orgoníková, Daniela ; Klabíková Rábová, Tereza (advisor) ; Hejlová, Denisa (referee)
This thesis is focused on communication efectivness of the customer magazine active beauty within the framework of communication activities dm drogerie markt company on the Czech market. In the first part based on theoretical resources the role of customer magazine is defined and supported with real examples. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether the customer magazine is an efective tool of marketing communication of the company. As a main method the descriptive analysis is used along with competition analysis and questionare survey. The findings are formulated as recommendations for future improvements and development of the magazine in order to become more effective marketing tool within the communication of the company.

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