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Building an Intelligence Information Network in 1914-1918 on the example of "Czechoslovak Independence" and "La Nation Tchéque"
Neuwerthová, Kristýna ; Cebe, Jan (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The diploma thesis analyses the topic of building a foreign intelligence network and its activities during the First World War (1914-1918) on the example of the Československá samostatnost and La Nation Tchéque magazines. The introduction maps the steps of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk after his emigration in 1914. Masaryk was the main personality of the whole foreign affair, but the thesis also deals with other representatives of the foreign resistance, such as Lev Sychrava, who was responsible for the issuing of Československá samostatnost, or Ernest Denis, who together with Edvard Beneš edited La Nation Tchéque. The work is based primarily on archival sources with special regard to the collection of the Editorial Offices of the Československá samostatnost and La Nation Tchéque, which is stored in the Military Historical Archive. This collection contains correspondence from both editorial offices, draft articles for both papers and other auxiliary materials from which the content of both papers was formed. The content of the entire collection is gradually revealed in the thesis. At the end of the thesis there is a case study on the topic of propaganda of the Czechoslovak affair in the content of Československá samostatnost on the example of a specific event, which is the Manifesto of Czech Writers from...
Transfer of Germans from the Šumperk region and its reflection in Moravský Sever Weekly
Podzimková, Pavlína ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
For my diploma thesis I chose the topic Transfer of Germans from the Šumperk region and its reflection in Moravský sever weekly. The aim of the diploma thesis is to analyze the media discourse of the expulsion of Sudeten Germans from the Šumperk region and the settlement of this area by the Czech population. For this purpose the thesis analyzes the content of Moravský sever weekly in 1945 and 1946. I chose Moravský sever weekly for the analysis as an important weekly within the region. The first part of the thesis deals with the development of Czech-German relations from the middle of the 19th century until the end of the Second World War. In next chapters I will try to briefly describe the expulsion of Sudeten Germans from Czechoslovakia and the settlement of the borderland by the Czech population. Finally, the theoretical part deals with the description of the Šumperk region and its history and demography with focus on relations between the Czechs and the Germans. The second part of the thesis presents conclusions of the content analysis. The media portrayal of the Germans in Moravský sever weekly was mostly negative and their expulsion was perceived as necessary. Conclusions of the analysis also show which topics were most frequently mentioned and which language and narrative techniques were...
Milan Weiner and his position in media. Biographical study
Ivasková, Jarmila ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis entitled Milan Weiner and his position in the media is to map the life and professional career of journalist Milan Weiner, and to highlight his contribution to Czechoslovak Radio. This professional biographical study is organised in chronological order and covers a period of 45 years - from 1924 to 1969 (i.e. from Weiner's birth to his death). Most of the chapters begin with the political-social environment of the time to provide context, as they had a significant influence on Weiner's existence due to his Jewish origin. The main part of the thesis deals with the activities of Weiner in Czechoslovak Radio, where he joined in 1963 as the head of the Redakce mezinárodního života. The text also describes Weiner's family background, his stay in concentration camps and his work as a foreign-news correspondent for the Rudé právo and the ČTK in Beijing. While working on this study, the method of comparison was used on the gained materials, as well as the method of oral history based on a personal interview conducted with the daughter of Milan Weiner, Jana Šmídová.
The Press Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovak Republic between 1918-1938 : leading, personalities, conception and organization
Roubalová, Ivana ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
After serving few hundred years under the reign of Habsburc monarchy the Czech nation was trying to establish itself like a more independent part of the monarchy or like a new and independent state outside from the Habsburc monarchy. Activities of this movement were called National renaissance and it culminated during the First World War at that time led by Mr. Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, who was supporter of independent Czech state formed as democratic republic. The end of the First World War was a big victory for efforts to establish the new Czech state with cooperation with the similar efforts of Slovaks. To support this efforts there was created a new nation of Czechoslovaks and all the claims for territory and new state for this nation were done together with Slovaks. A new map for eastern Europe was laid out in the Paris conference in 1919 and seven new states were established in that conference as independent and democratic, one of them was Czechoslovak republic, usually known under the name Czechoslovakia. Author of this dissertation used the method of historical analysis to describe the importance of the Press Department for establishing democratic Czechoslovakia. Powered by TCPDF (
Position of The Guardian on the Britisch newspaper market
Šmídová, Radka ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cihlářová, Gabriela (referee)
Bachelor thesis named 'Role of the Guardian daily newspaper in the British press market' consist of three parts. The first part deals with the mass print and its development in Great Britain. There is a brief history of the very first daily papers appearing in 18th century, their rise during the industrial revolution in the first half of 19th century, followed by the period of press barons, and finally 20th century in the name of large media conglomerates. The contemporary press market is examined from the social class perspective, typical for Great Britain, with the spreading tabloidization increasingly affecting the serious news as well as the growing power of the internet. The mutual influence of media and politics is also very important, mainly in connection with the owner effects. The whole second part is dedicated to the Guardian daily newspaper, mainly to its history dating back to 1821, when the Guardian was established in Manchester as a regional newspaper named the Manchester Guardian. The original title was used until 1959. One of the most interesting aspects of the current Guardian is its website created back in 1999. The third part of the work brings the Media Guardian analysis, namely in the context of other sections of the paper and the content of the Guardian in the years 1990 and...
The media image of the Syndicate of Journalists of Czech Republic in daily papers as a contribution to transformation of media environment
Ouředník, Tomáš ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Osvaldová, Barbora (referee)
The Master thesis "The Media Image of the Syndicate of Journalists of Czech Republic in Dailypapers as a Contribution to Transformation of Media Environment" deals with the media image of journalistic organization created by selected nationwide printed media in years from 1990 to 2008. This paper is divided according to time periods, which were defined by three chairmen of Syndicate of Journalists - Rudolf Zeman, Irena Válová, and Miroslav Jelínek. Thesis is dealing not only with media image of the syndicate on front pages of chosen periodicals but also with position of the syndicate in society, respectively among politicians and journalist. Author have gathered information from syndicate's archival materials (National Archive in Prague and secretariat of Syndicate of Journalists in the Czech republic), from academic literature, from data of syndicate's newsletter Mediažurnál, and from found articles, which mentioned the Syndicate of Journalists in the Czech republic. The result of this paper is a media image of Syndicate of Journalists in the Czech republic with regard to chosen events. With contribution of qualitative analysis the tone of articles toward the syndicate was found out, and with help of quantitative analysis was constructed a comprehensive record of frequency of the articles. Paper reveals...
Changes in the lifestyle 1945-1948 : (an analysis of articals for women in Lidová demokracie)
Uttendorfská, Jana ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Jungová, Eliška (referee)
The diploma thesis describes the way of life in postwar Czechoslowakia on the grounds of analysis of newspaper articles in the journal of Čs. strana lidová (political party). In concentrates on eight areas - women and politics, women and work, nutrittion, fashion, household, family, children and education. It creates a detailed view on living conditions and the most burning issues to common people. Society on the whole went through a sea change. After the second world war there were more women then men. Political parties fought form their votes. There was an huge lack of labour force. It was necessary to make women work not just at home. The aim of the Communist Party was to involve all women in labour. The republic struggles with a crucial absence of food and textiles. In spite of that, Lidová demokracie offered articles about latest fashion trends. The high number of infant mortality was alarming. 1945 saw the failure of many marriages. The author sets her analysis into the context of political and economic events of the period 1945-1948, she descrbes changes in the media control system as well as the press of Čs. strana lidová. This diploma thesis also details the conditions of women's journalism, what subject matter was highlighted, and what space it was allowed to develop.
Atomic bombings of Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 and the reflection of these events in Czechoslovac postwar media
Poláková, Michaela ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis Atomic Bombings of Japanese Cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 and the Reflection of These Events in Czech Postwar Media considers the event from year 1945 which has changed the world. This topic was also covered by Czechoslovak newspapers at the time. The propaganda of the USA and also of the Soviet Union was at high level at that time and Czechoslovak press was highly influenced by this. That?s why the end of the war and atomic bombing of the Japanese cities were for public largely misrepresented. The paper considers in detail, how the three particular newspapers ? Svobodné noviny, Lidová demokracie and Rudé právo - handled with accessible information. The author of this thesis picked up the articles in connection with the war with Japan. Author than confronted the extent of articles in particular newspapers and the rate of influence of political orientation and character of chosen newspapers on the articles content. The paper deals with question why the press redactions wrote about those events often in a tendentious way or why newspapers did not publish some of the information. The thesis summarizes how did the media work after the Second World War and how would they work at the presence.
Image of the Czech-Australian settlement in 1871 on the site of the Viennese press
Skálová, Monika ; Sekera, Martin (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The thesis "The image of Czech-Austrian settlement in 1871 in media coverage by Viennese press" is focused on the view of German Austrians on the constitutional negotiations between the government in Vienna and the Czech political representation. The settlement consisted of a several media events reflected by major European dailies. The work examines the sight of two important Viennese newspaper - Die Neue Freie Presse and Die Presse, which were located in the center of the political focus. The research depicts period when constitutional negotiations culminated - from August to September 1871. Prior the analysis of dailies is the theoretical part describing the development of Czech-German relations, with emphasis on German nationality within the Habsburg monarchy, the development of censorship in the monarchy in the second half of the nineteenth century and the history of the examined periodicals.

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