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The Habsburgs in the Czech Popular-Science Magazines about History
Zapotilová, Tereza ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
The subject of these works deals with the representation of the Habsburg-Lothringian dynasty and its members in in the Czech Popular-Science Magazines focused on the historical issues. Jurnals which were chosen are History Revue, Živá historie and Týden historie. The representation of the Habsburgs is shown on the example of five selected personalities, which are Emperor Franz Josef I., Empress Elisabeth, Crown prince Rudolf, Archduke Franz Ferdinand d'Este and the last Emperor Charles I. These works concentrate on how various journals and various authors approach the questions connected with the Habsburgs, respectively with the five selected personalities, which topics they prefer, whether the information provided is true or how much the articles are related to historical anniversaries. Key Words Popular-Science Magazines, History Revue, Živá historie, Týden historie, Habsburgs (Habsburg-Lothringian dynasty), Emperor Franz Josef I., Empress Elisabeth, Crown Prince Rudolf, Archduke Franz Ferdinand d'Este, Emperor Charles I.
Media coverage of Korean war by the journal Rudé právo
Chrenčík, Roman ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
This Diploma thesis deals with the media coverage of the Korean war in the Rudé právo daily, in that period the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. Its main goal is to ascertain the rate of influence of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, of rigorous censorship of the regime and Soviet Union dictatorship upon informing about events of the Korean war, which was the first conflict ever where the United Nations army, consisting of several states, was fighting together. For this purpose, by studying secondary resources I am first of all describing conditions leading to the war and determining the most important events of the war, including for instance landing of the United Nations forces in Incheon, China involvement or distinct phases of armistice negotiations. The crucial part of this thesis is the portrayal of these events in the newspaper, including monitoring of tens of issues between late May 1950 and early October 1950. Regarding the facts ascertained by that time I am switching to five days cycles of newspaper monitoring, which has by the end proven to be absolutely sufficient for creating a comprehensive image.
An Image of the Years 1948, 1953 and 1968 on Pages of the Karlovy Vary Press
Gűttnerová, Kristýna ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Knapík, Jiří (referee)
Academic paper "An Image of the Years 1948, 1953 and 1968 on Pages of the Karlovy Vary Press" analyses specific articles from newspapers that were published in Karlovy Vary. In 1948 it was newpaper called Budovatel - List Čs. sociální demokracie and Jednota - List pracujících hraničářů. In 1953 we follow newspaper Stráž míru and Karlovarský kraj. We selected several articles which we analysed and described in detail from the perspective of content and thematic focus. We are looking for answers to the questions we have established in the theoretical part. In 1948, we look for references in the texts, for example, to the expulsion of the Germans from Czechoslovakia; new settlement within the areas Germans left, or we look for references to the communist coup in February 1948. In articles from 1953, we follow the information about the deaths of J. V. Stalin and Klement Gottwald. We also look for references about monetary reform in the texts. The work aims to approach the historical environment of the Karlovy Vary region from the perspective of the above-mentioned newspapers.
The Image of Media/Journalism in the Czech Prose of the 1960's
Turková, Barbora ; Jirák, Jan (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the depiction of the media and journalism in Czech prose of the 1960s. From the point of view of the entire period of the communist regime's rule in Czechoslovakia, the 1960s are a time of easing political and social conditions, which was also reflected in the literature. The aim of this work is to show the image of the media and journalism in Czech prose in the period in the broader genesis of the portrayal of the media in Czech literature and also with regard to the historical social and cultural context of the 1960s. Moreover, the thesis illustrates through content and text analysis, how individual works of literature describes the medial landscape and the way media officers and their functions are portrayed. Furthermore, the thesis examines the perception of journalists by a society living under the communist regime and how the journalists perceived themselves.
Jiří Hraše - portrait of the radio director, theorist and teacher
Kopecká, Lenka ; Köpplová, Barbara (advisor) ; Groman, Martin (referee)
The Thesis is focused on the personality of radio director, theorist and pedagogue Jiří Hraše. The individual chapters are arranged chronologically and deal with personal and professional milestones from the years 1930 until 2012, when Jiří Hraše died of cancer. The biographical portrait is supplemented by historical context, theoretical activities and characteristics of the Czechoslovak (hereinafter Czechoslovak) later Czech Radio. The memories of the elaborated topic were memories of witnesses, former colleagues. The author drew information from primary sources of the unprocessed estate of Jiří Hraše, from the Archives and Program Funds of Czech Radio (hereinafter APF ČRo), funds of the National Archives, Archives of the Capital City of Prague and other relevant sources.
Censorship by the Federal office for Print and Information between 1980-1989
Kazda, Tomáš ; Končelík, Jakub (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
anglicky The first part of the bachelor thesis aims to give its readers an idea how the Federální úřad pro tisk a informace, which supervised the Czechoslovak media infrastructure between 1981 and 1990, worked. Based on the synthesis of the archive materials from the National Archives and National Library of the Czech Republic, the thesis observes and explains the roles of each of its divisions. It situates Federální úřad pro tisk a informace in the historical context of previous censorship organizations and clarifies its position as the implementer of indirect censorship. The second part of the bachelor thesis focuses on the publishing of the periodical Informační týdeník. Using archive materials (primarily the minutes from the editorial boards) and the testimony of the editor Darina Sedláčková, the thesis puts together a picture of the periodical's purpose and presents essential information for understanding of its work. It tracks its contributions to the particular mass media editorial offices, observes the evolution of Informační týdeník over time and explains potential changes in its content. An interview with one of the editors uncovers the inner structure of Informační týdeník and daily routine of the editor in detail. Also, it presents necessary details for understanding Informační týdeník...
Analysis of the change in the content of town hall periodicals after the municipal elections in 2018
Jebavá, Anna ; Lebedová, Veronika (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
This bachelor's thesis addresses the transformation of the content of town hall periodicals after the municipal elections in 2018. The thesis is theoretically based on the amendment to the Press Act, which obliges publishers of local government periodicals to provide objective and balanced information. When creating the methodology, I was inspired by a study of the civic association Oživení from 2014, whose authors analysed 100 periodicals published by local governments in order to assess the balance of information provided and the degree of self- promotion of the management of these local governments. Using the method of quantitative content analysis, I analysed five Czech town hall periodicals. The aim of the work is to reflect a possible change in the content of town hall periodicals after a change in the composition of the political management of self-governing units, and thus to find out how much this composition affects the final product.
Transformations of the feminity in the Harper's Bazaar magazine after its introduction to the Czech market in comparison to the Žena a móda magazine (1988)
Pikalová, Alexandra ; Reifová, Irena (advisor) ; Köpplová, Barbara (referee)
Bachelor thesis is dealing with a change of the concept of womanhood in the ELLE magazine as a first foreign fashion medium which was issued in the Czech Republic after the political- social transformation in the year 1989. As an opposite medium serves the Žena a móda (=Woman and fashion) magazine. The changes will be observed on issues of the ELLE magazine which were published in the year 1994, that meaning the first year on the Czech market. In the case of the Žena a móda magazine, subjected publications will be from the year 1988. Womanhood will be presented in the theoretical part of the thesis, characterics and history of fashion magazines will be then presented together with a short history of the ELLE magazine and same with Žena a móda. Qualitative content and picture analytics will be explained in methodological part of the thesis which I chose as a tool to capture the expected differences. The analytic part is analyzing single specific differences in beforehand chosen dimensions.

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