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Comparison of media image of islam in german and czech media: before and after the murder of Then Van Gogh
Kotasová, Martina ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Štechová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor thesis compares the media image of Islam in German and Czech media before and after the murder of the Dutch director Theo van Gogh. He was assassinated on 2 November 2004. His murderer was young Muslim Mohammed Bouyeri. Van Gogh's murder caused the wave of violence in the Netherlands. In Germany it caused many concerns, because there is a large Turkish minority and other Arabic minorities. The impulse for the assassination was probably van Gogh's film Submission, which questioned the Islam stereotypes and criticized the treatment of women. After his murder the political debate on the issues of integration and immigration arose in the Western Europe. This bachelor thesis analyzes articles from German and Czech media, namely from the weekly magazine Der Spiegel and from the journal Mladá fronta DNES and uses the qualitative content analysis and the method of the grounded theory. This thesis is divided into two main chapters.
Media Transformation in Portugal after the Carnation Revolution
Kotasová, Martina ; Hanzal, Jaromír (advisor) ; Trampota, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis analyzes how the media system and the role of the media in society have changed over time in Portugal. It focuses on the period of the dictatorship Estado Novo, the period of the media transition after the Carnation Revolution, and the media in the 21st century. Since the media transition would not be possible without the political transition of the authoritarian regime, this thesis will also address the overall context of the transition. The theoretical part analyzes the Mediterranean or polarized pluralist model of media from Halllin and Mancini. According to the authors, this model describes the current Portuguese media system. The aim of this thesis is to determine whether the model is applicable to all periods of Portuguese history of the 20 and 21st century or whether at some point the media system can be described by another Hallin and Mancini's model or whether it is necessary to use a different classification from other authors.
Comparison of media image of islam in german and czech media: before and after the murder of Then Van Gogh
Kotasová, Martina ; Suk, Pavel (advisor) ; Štechová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor thesis compares the media image of Islam in German and Czech media before and after the murder of the Dutch director Theo van Gogh. He was assassinated on 2 November 2004. His murderer was young Muslim Mohammed Bouyeri. Van Gogh's murder caused the wave of violence in the Netherlands. In Germany it caused many concerns, because there is a large Turkish minority and other Arabic minorities. The impulse for the assassination was probably van Gogh's film Submission, which questioned the Islam stereotypes and criticized the treatment of women. After his murder the political debate on the issues of integration and immigration arose in the Western Europe. This bachelor thesis analyzes articles from German and Czech media, namely from the weekly magazine Der Spiegel and from the journal Mladá fronta DNES and uses the qualitative content analysis and the method of the grounded theory. This thesis is divided into two main chapters.
Separatist trends in Europe - The case study of Catalonia
Kotasová, Martina ; Dubský, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Sršeň, Radim (referee)
This thesis describes history of Catalan nationalism and analyzes the motives that lead to separatist tendencies in Catalonia. It also focuses on the impact of devolution and separation on Catalonia and Spain. Catalans are a historic nation with their own language and traditions. Since the establishment of the Kingdom of Spain they have sought a greater autonomy within pluralistic Spain until now. In the history, they experienced numerous efforts of assimilation and suppression, mostly during the dictatorship of General Franco. But the Catalans defended their uniqueness and during the transition to democracy and with the new Constitution of 1978, they gained considerable portion of autonomy. In the history, Catalans did not demand independence, they wanted to be part of the federal Spain. However, due to the economic crisis and the rejection of the greater autonomy, Catalan nationalism converted to separatism.

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