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The Success Rate of Think-tanks as an Actors of the Public Policy
Majerčíková, Kristína ; Frič, Pavol (advisor) ; Jelínková, Marie (referee)
Think tanks are active actors in the political process and form an integral part of political culture. In the socio-political context, they fulfill the role of data and knowledge providers, assisting with information for political actors, while also operating in the private and public sectors.They supplycredible informationand offer important insights.Their form varies based on the environment they operate in. This work examines four selected Czech think tanks: the Institute for European Policy Europeum, the Institute for Politics and Society, the Center for Security PolicyEuropean Values, and the Masaryk Democratic Academy. Through set objectives,the work explores the effectiveness of thinktanks and their connectionwith experts, and through personal interaction,examines the most successful areas, supplementingthis with the level of experts using the concept of theories of change and selected impact indicators. I confirm that the success of the selectedthink tanks is in fulfillingtheir missions' objectives and is associated with highly qualified experts. However, the work does not shy away from challenges in a range of issues.
Comparison of the Approach to Human Trafficking for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation in the Czech and Slovak Republics
Martincová, Kateřina ; Jelínková, Marie (advisor) ; Frič, Pavol (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the issue of sex trafficking in the Czech and Slovak Republics from the division of Czechoslovakia to the present. The aim of the thesis is to compare the development of both republics in the fight against this crime and emphasize the differences in their approaches to this issue. The thesis analyzes the main actors dealing with sex trafficking in both republics, namely the state sector and the non-profit sector. It examines how the policy regarding human trafficking operates in these republics and the level of cooperation between the non-profit sector and the state sector. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the theory of comparison and various comparative approaches used to compare both republics. It also addresses problematic factors that may influence the results of the comparison. The practical part of the thesis employs a mixed-method approach and gathers data through semi-structured interviews with experts on the subject. The research has shown that there are significant differences between the two republics. The main difference lies in the relationship between the ministry and the non-profit sector in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, which subsequently influences the state of laws and policies in these areas. At the same time, the...
The typology of female characters in the theatre of Federico García Lorca
Jelínková, Eva Marie ; Sánchez Fernández, Juan Antonio (advisor) ; Kavková, Kateřina (referee)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the typology of female characters in the plays of the Spanish author Federico García Lorca. The aim of the thesis is to analyse the heroines of the plays Yerma, The House of Bernarda Alba, Mariana Pineda and The Unmarried Doña Rosita, on the basis of which I will build a typology according to common motifs. In the thesis, I will first outline the context and conditions of the author's time, as well as the importance of the generation of 27, to which García Lorca belongs, and then the position of women in society and the emergence of feminist movements in Spain. In the next chapter I will then summarize the general characteristics, elements and themes common to all the heroines of the selected plays. The second part of the thesis will already deal with typology, where the characters are divided into three main categories
Integration from the child's perspective: Case study of children in the adaptation group for children of foreigners migrating from Ukraine
Bartoňová-Dobenínová, Julie Diane ; Jelínková, Marie (advisor) ; Dobiášová, Karolína (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses on Ukrainian refugee children who came to the Czech Republic due to the war conflict in Ukraine and examines their perspective on integration into the Czech Republic. It discusses the obstacles these children face in integrating into the Czech environment, the position of Ukrainian refugee children in the issue of integration into the Czech Republic, why it is important to consider them as public policy actors, and the contribution of research with children. The theoretical concepts of migration and integration are the mainstays of the thesis, which is specified into the theoretical concept of social integration and its sub-aspects. Furthermore, the thesis uses the foreign model by Häkli and Kallio (2013), which posits the child as an agent in the political process. The practical part of the research includes findings from participant observation in an adaptation group in the non- profit organization Na zámečku Mother Centre in Nové Město nad Metují and is complemented by an interview with a child psychologist from Ukraine.
Multiculturalism Policy in Canada: Exploring the Dispute with Québec through Framing Analysis.
Hrynuik Breedon, Hannah Mae ; Jelínková, Marie (advisor) ; Jusić, Mirna (referee)
Multiculturalism has been an official federal government policy in Canada since 1971 and is strongly associated with the country. However, from its inception, it has been met with strong criticism and opposition in the predominantly French-speaking province of Québec. While the long history of French-English conflicts in Canada has been explored, there is a paucity of comprehensive literature that focuses on the resurgence of this particular dispute in the last decade. This period includes Québec's adoption of several new, high profile, and controversial policies and laws that mark a rejection of the federal policy. To help fill this gap, and develop a more specific and contemporary description of this dispute, this paper uses frame analysis as a lens through which to examine a range of sources including news articles, government documents, press releases, speeches and interviews. Through this analysis six frames used by federal and provincial actors are identified and discussed: "Unique Cultural Preservation", "Québecois as Dominant Culture" and "Provincial Autonomy" on one side; and "Cultural Diversity and Pluralism", "Accommodation" and "National Unity" on the other. The findings reveal that the dispute is rooted in a historic struggle for power between the province and the federal government...
Sladká vína v České republice a zahraničí
Jelínková, Marie
This bachelor thesis deals not only with a comprehensive overview of sweet wines from the Czech Republic but also foreign countries which are famous for their sweet wines. First is described the basic division of wines according to quality and sugar content. It also focuses on the historical wine development, description of individual areas, production technologies and the main varieties from which these wines are made are also mentioned. Finally, a set of selected wines is sensory evaluated in the experimental part.

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