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Censorship and its influence on the theater during the time of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
Kovaříková, Olga ; Míšková, Alena (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee) ; Janoušek, Pavel (referee)
TITLE: Censorship and its influence on the theater during the time of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia AUTHOR: Olga Kovaříková DEPARTMENT: History and History Didactics Department SUPERVISOR: doc. PhDr. Alena Míšková, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: This dissertation describes the organisation and the influence of censorship in the theater during the time of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, and is based on the political, administrative and cultural history of the given period. The purpose of the work isn't only to describe the structure of censorship in the theater, but also to relate its significance to the world of theater and its repertoire using concrete examples of Czech theater in Prague. As a result of interpreting censored theater scripts performed during the protectorate period of Prague, the work contains detailed characteristic and thematic categorization of the most frequent expurgations. Through the use of theater memoirs and police records, the work shows the censorship's influence on the everyday history of Prague theater. The procedure of censorship used at this time reveals the main tendency of cultural policy, the categorization of expurgations reflects the everyday history of the protectorate. The work is completed entirely by an alphabetical list of the permitted and forbidden dramatic...
International Organization of Journalists (1946-1995)
Ševčíková, Markéta ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The rigorous thesis: "International Organization of Journalists (1946-1995)" deals with the history, development, aims and activities of the International Organization of Journalists (hereinafter IOJ) in the period from 1946 to 1995, thus since its creation in the year 1946 to the year 1995, when the last Congress IOJ in Jordanian Amman was held. The introductory part of the text is focused on a brief resumption of three most important international journalists' organizations, which were established before the year 1946 - the International Congress of Journalists, the International Federation of Journalists and the International Federation of Journalists from Allied and Free Countries. In the second chapter are first summarized history of IOJ and described main phases of IOJ's development - these are periodizated according to IOJ's Congresses. An integral part of the description and periodization is quotation of main international and Czechoslovak political circumstances, which had a real impact on the organization. The next text is followed by IOJ's objectives, aims, activities and structure. Finally, the IOJ's main persons and the curriculum vitae of the five leaders are mentioned. The third chapter deals with the IOJ's operation in the territory of Czechoslovakia/CSFR/CR, in the period from the...
The Everyday Life of British Society in the 1930s from the Perspective of Agatha Christie
Wojnarová, Daniela ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Jirák, Jan (referee)
The thesis explores the everyday life of British society in the 1930s, which will be examined in two ways. One is the construction of everyday, ordinary life using academic and scientific literature. The second source of information is the image of British society during the period in question through the lens of detective fiction from the pen of British writer Agatha Christie. The thesis juxtaposes these two perspectives, compares them, and looks for similarities and differences. The text of the thesis is divided into two main parts. The first part aims to introduce the study and the nature of research of everyday life, to outline the nature of the 1930s for the British people of the time, and to introduce the life and work of the writer Agatha Christie. The introductory chapter attempts to briefly describe the theme of the research of everyday life. Through a broader lens, the thesis looks at the historical context of the period in question. It then examines the social phenomena that influenced and shaped the society-wide mood and atmosphere of the 1930s. The key chapter of the theoretical part of the thesis then looks at interpersonal relationships, the fulfilment of leisure time, working hours, personal hygiene and grooming, shopping, eating, housing, transport, travel, culture and fashion in...
Širým světem of Stanislav Nikolau. Geographical magazine 1924 - 1944
Ulipová, Jana ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the magazine "Širým světem", which was managed by Stanislav Nikolau (1878-1950), a prominent figure in the public life of the First Czechoslovak Republic. Based on a historical analysis of primary sources, placed in context by the study of secondary literature, it completes Nikolau's personality including his views orientation that is based on the ideas of the nationalist right-wing, with a strong anti-Communist orientation, through the leadership of the Czech fascist movement Vlajka to the anti-Semitic rhetoric. The thesis presents his rich activity in the pedagogical, journalistic, and editorial field and does not omit his professional work that was always closely intertwined with geography. However, it is an analysis of the non-fictional periodical "Širým světem. The Geographical Magazine", founded by Nikolau for young readers in 1924 that is the core of the thesis. The magatine's content also corresponded to that − it included adventure stories, short stories and original travel reports that − in addition to the resilience of the human spirit − also reflected the diversity of geographical conditions especially on non-European continents. It continued to develop and change in the context of Nikolau's preferences, reflecting the growing interest of the reading public...
Media education through the lens of the professional teaching community
Píšová, Denisa ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The aim of the thesis entitled Media Education through the lens of the professional teaching community is to identify the issues and topics that appear in the discourse on media education in the Czech Republic, especially from the perspective of teachers and experts dealing with this issue. Using theoretical foundations based primarily on the framework curricula and surveys from recent years and content analysis of online discussions under news articles, the state of media education in the Czech Republic will be investigated. These findings will be subsequently verified and questioned through in-depth interviews with stakeholders from the school and educational institutions environment. Thus, two qualitative methods will be used in the analytical part, which will increase the reliability of the research results. A secondary purpose of the research is the possibility of further testing the resulting hypotheses or questions, for example through a questionnaire survey. Thanks to in-depth interviews, it is also possible to gain a broader insight into the issues of contemporary media education, which has been the focus of few studies or surveys in the Czech Republic in recent years. This is also important because of the forthcoming revisions of the Framework Educational Programmes, which should improve...
Analysis of the Sunday Columns of České Slovo and Venkov in Selected Years
Málek, Michal ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis Analysis of the Sunday Columns of České Slovo and Venkov in Selected Years is devoted to the analysis of sunday supplements and columns of the daily newspapers České slovo and Venkov in 1933 and 1943. The aim of the thesis was to find out what these supplements and columns looked like, what topics they dealt with, what their character was and how they changed in the selected time horizon and historical context. A content analysis of the sunday newspaper columns and supplements was used to determine what these columns looked like, what their structure was, and what topics they covered. The analysis itself always included the first sunday edition of each month from 1933 and 1943. The analysis also showed that the sunday columns and supplements of both newspapers had an entertainment function and provided readers with mainly relaxing reading in the form of fiction and interest or popular science columns. In addition, it was found that these sunday columns were also largely aimed at women and children, to whom separate supplements and columns were devoted. The diploma thesis also explains how the different political focus of the two newspapers was reflected in these sunday supplements and how this content were affected by propaganda during the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
Genaration X and its media literacy
Elznicová, Veronika ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
This bachelor thesis explores the level of media literacy of Generation X. It examines the media literacy of its members through related topics such as Generation X's media habits, trust in the media or media education opportunities. The theoretical part introduces the topic of media literacy and the historical development of media education, explains their importance for individuals and society, presents current media education offerings in the context of lifelong learning and the latest research conducted in this area. The practical part is devoted to the qualitative analysis of ten in- depth interviews. It examines the experiences and attitudes of Generation X representatives from two perspectives, the initial approach focusing on each respondent separately to convey the respondent's answers as a unique combination of individual experiences, habits and opinions. The subsequent part of the analysis provides a comparison of the respondents' answers and formulates sub-themes suitable for further research on media literacy and media education for Generation X. These include the role of opinion leaders in decision-making, information overload, and self- reflection in media education.
Cartoon humor in Dikobraz magazine from Velvet revolution to the Czechoslovakia dissolution
Pour, Petr ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The purpose of the work is to analyze cartoon humor on the pages of the humorous and satirical magazine Dikobraz between November 1989 and December 1992. This period was a significant change in the political system for Czechoslovakia. The communist totalitarian regime was replaced by a democratic establishment. At the end of this period, there was a division into independent Czech and Slovak republics. For the purposes of the work, the professional literature devoted to the observed period, especially in the political sphere, was studied. Furthermore, 162 issues of the magazine Dikobraz were studied, or Nový Dikobraz. In the practical part, selected political and social events and their depiction with the help of cartoon humor are presented.
The media image of the Spanish flu in selected periodicals in the years 1918 - 1920
Vegrichtová, Denisa ; Cebe, Jan (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The topic of this diploma thesis is the way how the media described the Spanish flu in selected historical press in the years 1918-1920. The main method used is a quantitative content analysis, which enables the examination of a larger volume of data. Quantitative content analysis is performed on articles from the Czech-language newspaper Lidové noviny and from the American newspaper The Sun. In terms of timeframe, the research is limited to the years 1918-1920, i.e. the period when the Spanish flu epidemic took place. Attention is paid to the way in which the Spanish flu was reported in the selected newspapers, for example the frequency of publishing news about the disease, the main topics of the articles, how often articles about the disease made it to the front pages, or whether the disease is presented as fatal. Subsequently, part of the work is devoted to the qualitative analysis of articles from professional medical journals. Two articles are from 1918, another two articles are from 2018 and 2019. In this case, using qualitative analysis, the different views of doctors on the Spanish flu are analyzed, from 1918 - when the epidemic broke out, and a hundred years later. For example, the reported symptoms of the disease or the method of treatment were examined. At the end of the work, after...
Following Julius Fučík in the children's magazines between 1945-1970
Jozífová, Kateřina ; Knapík, Jiří (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The Diploma work is focused on the media image of Julius Fučík in the children's magazines between 1945 and 1970. The main aim of the work was to find out how often Julius Fučík appeared in the contents of selected magazines for children and how he was presented to them. Eleven periodicals intended for elementary school children were selected for the research - Vlaštovička, Vpřed, Mateřídouška, Studánka, Plamen mládí, Člověk a příroda, Ohníček, Pionýrské noviny, Pionýr, ABC mladých techniků and přírodovědců, Sedmička. Texts devoted to the topic of Julius Fučík or his works were subjected to frequency and thematic analysis. Based on them, it was possible to determine the period of ups and downs of Fučík's cult of personality, as well as to determine six main themes that were associated with his person in children's magazines. In the conclusion, all predetermined research questions are answered and the results of the entire work are described in more detail way. The analyses showed that the period of the strongest Fučík's cult had occurred in 1953. On the contrary, between the years 1945-1948, 1955-1956 and 1965-1969, not a single text related to Julius Fučík appeared in children's magazines. The research also showed that Julius Fučík was presented to children as a national hero, a role model, both...

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