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Intraparty magazines of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in the 1970s and 1980s
Renovica, Vera ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Groman, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Intraparty magazines of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in the 1970s and 1980s" deals with the intraparty periodical publications, whose publishing was initiated by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. Their main task was the education of the party members, political and economic propaganda and campaigning. The thesis works with primary sources (the periodicals) and secondary sources, which were published on the topic during the time period discussed. The following magazines are addressed: Party Life (Život strany), Campaigner's Word (Slovo agitátora), New Thought (Nová mysl), Visual Campaigning (Názorná agitace) and Tribune (Tribuna). The thesis follows the existence of these periodicals, changes in staff, periodicity, number of copies, eventually also the name of the periodicals. The contents and the tasks of individual prints are summarized in the concept of the Means of Mass Information and Propaganda (PMIP). The periodicals are discussed in the system of propaganda publications in connection to the overall publishing activity of the Red Right (Rudé Právo), the official publishing body of the General Committee. The topic is continuously connected to the political and historical development in the 1970s and 1980s, especially in terms of the...
Magazine Prague in Week in 1940 - 1944
Hrdličková, Alena ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Magazine Prague in Week in 1940 - 1944"presents a detailed characteristic of a regional weekly Praha v týdnu (Prague in Week), which was published in Prague in 1940 - 1944. Initially a programme review, the magazine informed its readers about what's on in Prague theatres and cinemas, about held exhibitions as well as different social events. It also gave information on new films and brought their reviews as well as interviews with artists; at first bringing light topic articles but later on focusing more on specialised essays from the field of culture. The aim of the thesis was to give a complex description of the magazine content as well as its inner structure, placing special emphasis on the volumes I, III and V (1940, 1942, 1944). The analysis focuses on the editorial staff, content of the magazine and how this has been formed in the course of time, comparing further the number and relation of Czech and German topics appearing throughout the magazine, presence of propaganda and texts with a political tone within a cultural and social, and therefore apolitical periodical, thus trying to answer the question of to which extent Praha v týdnu was a pro-German or even collaborative paper with regard to the period in which it was published. As Praha v týdnu was part of the group of...
Transformation of the regional press in the early 90's of the 20th century - region Českobudějovicko (South Bohemia)
Zemanová, Martina ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Transformation of the regional press in the early 90's of the 20th century - region Ceskobudejovicko (South Bohemia)" presents the situation of regional and local press in the region Ceské Budejovice (South Bohemia) in the early 90's of the 20th century. The change (of the content, owner, advertisment etc.) of the regional and local press was observed. The work is divided into the chapters by the type of the press and its target group. Also Syndicate of Southbohemian journalists and its foundation was discribed. The regional and local press is presented in the context of the history and situation of the region.
The birth of The Economist
Váňa, Tomáš ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Jungová, Eliška (referee)
Bachelor thesis "The birth of The Economist" deals with the birth and evolution of the weekly newspaper The Economist. That is from 1843, when it was founded, to 2007, when John Micklethwait became its editor. The main emphasis is laid on the birth of The Economist. The atmosphere of those times, the social situation in England in the middle of the nineteenth century and the pass and repeal of the Corn Laws is dealt with in order to describe the birth of The Economist more accurately. The situation at the media market is also described. A part of the thesis is dedicated to the economical thinking of Adam Smith, Thomas R. Malthus and David Ricardo. And to the doctrines of laissez-faire and free trade, which were the main motive, or more specifically their pursuit, for the foundation of The Economist. A longer part of the thesis is dedicated to the lives and personalities of the founder of The Economist James Wilson and his son-in-law Walter Bagehot, who was the third editor of The Economist. These two men are the most important figures in the history of The Economist, and have contributed like nobody else to its development. A part of the thesis is describing the first numbers of The Economist and its readers, supporters and opponents. The last part of the thesis is dedicated to a brief description...

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