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Media image of Polish politics in 2019-2022 from the perspective of Slovak news websites
Nekorancová, Naďa ; Chrenčík, Roman (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
The thesis deals with the media image of Polish politics in 2019-2022 from the perspective of Slovak news websites: and The main aim of the thesis is to provide a comprehensive picture of Polish politics in the period under study in the selected news websites, as well as its differences between the news websites. The articles are analysed using quantitative content analysis. The first chapter of the thesis defines basic concepts and theories related to media communication and media content. Subsequently, the state of the media in Slovakia is presented with more emphasis on the press and the examined news websites. The third chapter introduces the reader to the context of Polish politics, followed by a methodological section describing the research method, research questions and hypotheses. The last chapter of the thesis presents the results of the research, showing that different news websites used different frameworks in the creation of their content. When comparing the results of the analysis across websites, several differences were discovered. While placed more emphasis on the topic of elections, the topic of abortion was dominant in the daily The biggest media space in was given to the founder of the PiS party, Jarosław Kaczyński,...
Media representation of LGBTQ+ community: comparative study of selected Czech and Slovak press
Hlinka, Ivan ; Osvaldová, Barbora (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
The upcoming democratic regime and the liberalization of society related to the gentle revolution gave queer people the courage to try to claim their place in society. Despite the efforts of activists, equality of LGBTQ+ people with the rest of society have not been achieved even after thirty years. The situation is worse in Slovakia, where only 31% of residents hold the opinion that the queer community deserves these rights. This diploma thesis focuses on the media representation of the LGBTQ+ community in the Czech and Slovak periodicals between 1993 and 2022, while comparative content analysis is used as a research method. The first two chapters introduce the theoretical foundations. They present a way of communicating LGBTQ+ topics, basic terms, community development in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and an overview of research conducted on the topic of media representation of queer people. In the next part, the concepts of media theory are explained. The third chapter deals with work methodologies, where the goal of the thesis, research questions, hypotheses and variables are determined. The last two chapters present the data obtained by analysis, data comparison and answers to the set questions. The result of the work was the discovery of positive trends, such as the growing importance that...
Deepfakes and current events in digital media
Vocásek, Šimon ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with the emergence of deepfakes and their influence on contemporary developments within digital media. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the technologies behind the emergence of deepfakes, but also on their pitfalls and impacts on current events in the media space. For these purposes, the work describes various areas from the applications and current use of artificial intelligence, through the influence on the credibility of the media to the regulation of the issue and the moral dilemmas associated with the creation of deepfakes. In the practical part, a qualitative experiment was first conducted, focusing on human abilities to recognize deepfake content compared to its real-life counterpart. The experiment was followed by a qualitative part of the research using a semi- structured interview method focusing on the public's perceptions of deepfakes
Case "Kramný" of Perception of the guilt of alleged perpetrators based on diverse media coverage
Kazda, Tomáš ; Končelík, Jakub (advisor) ; Vranka, Marek (referee)
The case of Petr Kramný, who allegedly killed his wife and daughter in Egypt, has been printed in the memory of the Czech nation since 2013. Both because of its tragic and ambiguous circumstances and, above all, because of the media coverage of the case, which is the subject of this thesis. The "Kramný" case serves as a template of an actual "media trial", which examines the effect of tabloid and public media coverage via an online questionnaire. Respondents, randomly assigned to one of two groups, learn about the case of Matúš L., who allegedly killed his girlfriend. However, in reality, they read articles about the "Kramný" case - one group from the private platform, the other from the public media The restrained and distant attitude of ČT contrasts with the sensationalist narratives longing for drama presented by Blesk. The results of the quantitative analysis confirm the hypothesis that tabloid coverage leads not only to a higher degree of guilt attributed to the accused but also to a more negative evaluation of his character traits. The accused's behavior is perceived as more suspicious by tabloid respondents, while these respondents also possess greater confidence in the strength and quantity of evidence. Although these findings do not necessarily imply any threat to the...
Pirates in the post-revolutionary Czech airwaves: A case study of Radio Podzemí
Bauerová, Dominika ; Hroch, Miloš (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
The thesis "Pirates in the post-revolutionary Czech airwaves: a case study of Radio Podzemí" deals with the six-month-long broadcast of Radio Podzemí from České Budějovice, one of the first pirate stations in Czechoslovakia. The aim of the work is to introduce the period of the station's broadcasting, to place it in the historical context of the post-revolutionary airwaves and to illustrate the concepts of alternative media. Emphasis is then placed on aspects of community and pirate media, as well as the transformation of the medium from pirate to commercial radio. The qualitative research uses in-depth interviews with several founding members to collect data. The data collected is analysed using the grounded theory method. During its existence, Radio Podzemí exhibited a combination of elements of pirate, community and commercial media. The station's early broadcasts illustrated the strong anti-system motivation that is characteristic of pirate media. As time progressed, the station became dominated by elements and values of community media, eventually to be fully replaced by the station's commercial management. The contribution of this thesis is to complement the historical and media research that has been devoted to Radio Podzemí to date.
Recipes in the Květy Magazine and Their Transformations in the Era of Socialism
Jedličková, Adéla ; Končelík, Jakub (advisor) ; Zábrodská, Kristina (referee)
This thesis uses analytical tools of a qualitative nature, namely historical, content and linguistic analysis, to observe the elements, examples and manner of propaganda and its projection into culinary recipes in the Květy magazine between 1951 and 1989. It describes not only the transformation of the magazine's content and the related increase in the proportion of media content devoted to culinary recipes and related topics, but also the development of the recipes themselves, taking into account the use of ingredients. The thesis further treats findings such as the increasing share of carnivore recipes and places them in the economic and political context. It also focuses on the ways of regime propaganda projection into media content, which was manifested, for example, in recipes devoted to the cuisines of so-called "friendly" countries. Further, it focuses on the methods of how certain foods were promoted in the analysed period. It explains why such content disappears in times of prosperity and reappears in times of scarcity. It also explores why certain food can be encountered in particular segments of the studied period. Furthermore, the thesis describes the form of advertising content at the time and mentions the most frequent columns dealing with the subjects under study and the...
The media image of the Carnation Revolution in the Czechoslovak period press
Lukášová, Kateřina ; Končelík, Jakub (advisor) ; Cebe, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on an analysis of the Portuguese Carnation Revolution that took place on April 15, 1974 and its media image in the Czechoslovak press of that time. The Carnation Revolution was a non-violent military coup that overthrew the long-term dictatorial Estado Novo regime and started the process of democratization. This process faced many challenges, it took two years to form a democratically elected parliament that approved the constitution of the newly formed Portuguese Republic. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to compare the interpretation of the Carnation Revolution and its key moments, that threatened the democratization process, in the Czechoslovak newspaper Rudé právo with historical sources to determine whether the official party press of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia deviated from them in order to glorify the Portuguese Communist Party and their actions in the Provisional Government. At the same time, this thesis compares the interpretation of the Portuguese regime transformation in exile press Svědectví and Listy. The analysed events are: the Carnation Revolution (April, 25 1974), the September attempt of a political coup (September, 30 1974), the March attempt of a political coup (March 12, 1975) during the democratization process and the formation of...
Readers of webtoons in Czech Republic
Víchová, Veronika ; Ježková, Tereza (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
The thesis examines webtoons and their consumers. Webtoons are comics suitable for publishing on the Internet. They are often published via social media and special platforms (for example webtoon. co mor, which are often free and can be displayed on the phone. This makes webtoons easily accessible for consumers. Because of absence a publishing house, authors have a lot of creative freedom, so webtoons can be very diverse. Webtoons can have various art style, different genres and plots, or they can contain sound or animation. This can make them appealing to a wide range of consumers. Author can even earn money from publishing webtoons on platforms with revenue program (for example have this type of program). Successfull authors sometimes publish books or some kind of merchendise. This thesis aims to examine whether the respondents know webtoons, whether they actively consume webtoons, what their opinions are or what preferences consumers have. Important is also to find out if the respondents share webtoons with their freinds. Respondents indicate their genre preferences, reading habits, favorite platforms or authors. Respondents appreciate practicality and accessibility of webtoon, because they can read thewebtoons even while traveling or waiting.
Literární noviny, Literární listy and Listy (1966-1969): The story of the demise of the Union of Czechoslovak Writers' weekly
Čáp, Johan ; Čeňková, Jana (advisor) ; Končelík, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor's thesis aims to describe the functioning of a weekly Literarni noviny, one of the most influential periodicals in Czechoslovakia in the 1960s. Between 1966 and 1969, the publication of this cultural magazine was stopped twice and Literarni noviny was renamed twice - first to Literární listy and later to Listy. In the theoretical part, the thesis deals with the phenomenon of cultural magazines in the 1960s, the functioning of censorship in Czechoslovakia, and important topics with which the periodical influenced contemporary discourse. In the practical part, using qualitative methods - historical-comparative analysis and text analysis - summarizes the content and graphic changes of the periodical in individual stages, and puts everything in context with other cultural periodicals of the time. Part of the bachelor's thesis is also an oral history interview with Vladimír Karfík, then editor-in-chief of the cultural section of Literarni noviny. The conclusion of the thesis shows the periodical changed structurally relatively little between 1966 and 1969 and the changes in content corresponded to the progress of media liberalization - the tightening or loosening of censorship. The unique interview with Vladimír Karfík complements some details that do not appear in the literature and is a...

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