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A Study of The Chinese Government's Approach in Preventing Female Employment Discrimination in The Context of The Comprehensive Three-Child Policy
Huang, Zhaoming ; Jusić, Mirna (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
To ease the aging process of the population and change the situation that the fertility rate continues to decline, the Chinese government will adjust the two-child policy to the three-child policy in 2021. The implementation of the three-child policy can indeed release part of the reproductive potential, but childbirth will increase the employment cost of enterprises, which will lead to employment discrimination against women. My thesis is based on the comprehensive three-child policy. The main research problem is the Chinese government's handling of female employment discrimination and putting forward reasonable countermeasures to provide strong support for the Chinese government to deal with female employment discrimination. First of all, through the existing data, we can understand the current employment situation of women in China, and compare the employment situation of women with the employment situation of men. It mainly includes four aspects: high employment threshold, unequal pay for equal work, difficult promotion, and reduced maternity security. The reasons for the current employment discrimination of Chinese women are explained through Becker's model of individual discrimination. When the preference for discrimination is greater than the cost of discrimination, discriminatory behavior...
The Lidice Case and Memory Politics in the Czech Republic
Antonyová, Veronika ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Kalhousová, Irena (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of mobilization of political memory connected with the degree of collaboration in the Czechia with Nazi Germany. I put the whole case in the broader context of dealing with the Holocaust in post-communist countries. I analyzed the process and consequences of the mobilization of political memory on the specific case of the Lidice. I examined in more detail the concrete effects of a wrong and inaccurate alignment with the historical past on the current political scene and the public in the Czech Republic. Keywords political memory, mobilization of political memory, holocaust, collaboration, Lidice, europeanisation
Significance of Trianon treaty and Hungarian minorities in neighbouring countries in Hungarian politics after 1989
Adámek, Oliver ; Mlejnek, Josef (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
The presented bachelor thesis analyses the impact of Trianon treaty and Hungarian diaspora in Hungarian politics after fall of communism. Effect of this topic in Hungarian politics is being explained by analysis of important events of Hungarian politics connected to the Trianon- topic, as well as by analyzing and presenting Hungarian state budget spendings on subsidies directed to Hungarians living in post-trianon regions. At the same time, the thesis describes the impact and position of Trianon topic in the ideology of prime minister Orbán, the governing Fidesz party and the so-called "national cooperation regime." As a result of the analysis, we can state that the Trianon topic became a crucial dividing line in several moments of the Hungarian domestic and also foreign politics, which is illustrated by relations between Hungary and Ukraine, which are also described in the thesis. This phenomenon also represents one of the important ideological basics of Orbán's specific political system. The topic's importance remains strong even after the country joined the European union (and the borders have practically disappeared), which is confirmed by the growth of Hungarian state budget financial sources directed on the so-called national politics - meaning the politics of Hungary in the relation with...
Slovakia's accession to the EU: A return to the west or a seized opportunity?
Salíni, Michal ; Földes, Kristián (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
This year, 18 years have passed since the moment Slovakia became a member of the European Union. Currently, Slovakia is a long-time member of the Union, however, this status has not always been self-evident. At the turn of millennia, Slovakia was in the middle of an accession process, which was marked with success, as well as problems. This bachelor thesis focuses on the accession process of Slovakia to the European Union in the years 1994-2004. Using theoretical principles of constructivism and post-structuralism, the author is analysing nominalisation and predicalisation of the European Union in Slovak public discourse based on two logical principles - logic of expected consequences and logic of appropriateness. Furthermore, this thesis focuses on which of these logical approaches was prevalent in the public discourse. Author works with materials from political and media sphere from a given period. The first part of the thesis focuses on the theoretical and methodological background necessary for the analysis. In the following part, author describes historical context of the period. In the empirical chapter, author analyses chosen relevant materials. In the last part of the thesis, author provides answers to research questions.
The status of female lawyers as a theme of the Czech Women's Movement during the First Czechoslovak Republic.
Láňová, Lucie ; Gelnarová, Jitka (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the activities which were carried out by the activist Czech women's movement in the fight for better status of female lawyers in the First republic. The aim of this thesis is to find an answer to the research question "How did the Czech women's movement get involved in the question of the position of female lawyers during the First Republic?" Women were allowed to study at law school within the new republic. After finishing their studies, women wanted to work in the legal professions, which was very difficult despite the fact that women had the equal rights as men thanks to the constitution. Female lawyers were unjustifiably rejected and discriminated against. The Women's National Council, headed by Františka Plamínková and the Association of University-educated Women, tried to solve this situation. Legal department, whose mission was to ensure equal conditions for female lawyers, was established in 1925 within the association . The main goal was to mediate employment of female lawyers in the judicial service and in the conceptual state service. The activists tried for example through deputations, interventions, but also by publishing texts on the issue of the status of lawyers, to improve their chances of employment and also the conditions of employment. The...
Slovak parliamentary elections of 2016 with a focus on the success of L'SNS
Tyl, David ; Stauber, Jakub (advisor) ; Kubátová, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the surprising electoral success of the far-right L'SNS in the 2016 parliamentary elections. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to answer the research question what led to this electoral success. To answer the research question, the thesis draws on data from the CSES post-election sociological study. The thesis is divided into theoretical and empirical parts. The content of the theoretical part includes definitions of the far right, basic concepts related to the issue, and general knowledge about what makes voters choose the far right. Based on the given theoretical knowledge, hypotheses are formulated concerning Slovak elections and L'SNS voters. The empirical part is divided into two parts, the first part is an introduction to the Slovak political system and environment during the parliamentary elections. The second and main part is the elaboration and evaluation of the post-election study, which contains the answers of L'SNS and other candidates' voters to the different questions. The answers given will then provide an overview of the socio-economic, geographical and other characteristics of L'SNS voters, their previous voting record in the elections and their comparison with other entities. The conclusion of this paper then confirms or refutes hypotheses about the...
Who Is the Far-Right Voter in Slovakia Today?
Kocábek, Pavel ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Hájek, Lukáš (referee)
This thesis deals with far-right parties in Slovakia. The objective is to compare them based on selected factors in order to answer the question: Who is the far-right voter in Slovakia today? For this purpose, the most successful far-right parties in recent years were chosen: the Slovak National Party (SNS), the People's Party Our Slovakia (ĽSNS), and a new formation called Republic. The factors adopted are characteristics and genesis, electorate and geographic support definition, and electoral volatility. The paper is divided into four parts. The first part concerns the far-right in Eastern Europe and Slovakia especially. In the second part, the focus is placed on the milestones that shaped and changed the Slovak political environment. Specifically, these are the Slovak state, the transformation period, Mečiar and anti-Hungarian politics, the fall of Mečiar, Fico and a government with the SNS, and the murder of Ján Kuciak. The third chapter analyses individual parties according to the factors mentioned above. Finally, the comparison itself is approached, where differences are identified but particularly parallels. Based on these findings, the author subsequently answers the research question.
International Jewish organizations as political actors
Kůstková, Daniela ; Kubátová, Hana (advisor) ; Tesař, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor thesis builds on the existing discussion about transnational interactions and transnational advocacy networks with a case study dedicated to Jewish NGOs. Activities of five international Jewish organisations in relation to the Visegrad Group countries were analysed, with attention focused on advocacy of the international Jewish organisations against anti- Semitism. The activities of the NGOs were interpreted in the context of the transnational advocacy networks theory by Margaret E. Keck and Kathryn Sikkink which is suitable especially for value-oriented political actors. The thesis describes the strategies by which the international Jewish organizations try to enter politics to advance their own agendas. Public statements responding to current political events, direct calls on political authorities to change behaviour or political decisions, arranging face-to-face meetings with political authorities and forming coalitions with local Jewish communities were identified as the most frequently used strategies by the international Jewish organisations to enter politics. The analysis of the activities of the international Jewish organizations also showed that these actors base their authority on their professional character and that they at all times seek to act as serious political...
Promotion of lifelong learning and mobility in secondary schools in the Moravian Silesian Region
Kubátová Ortová, Hana ; Trunda, Jiří (advisor) ; Svoboda, Petr (referee)
The opening chapters of the diploma thesis describe European Union strategic plans and measures aiming to create suitable conditions for adult lifelong learning. The goal of this diploma thesis is to give an overview of how secondary schools participate on these strategic plans. The topic of the adult lifelong learning at secondary schools is approached mainly in connection with the Act 179/2006 Coll. describing validation and recognition of further learning results. The diploma thesis than describes in detail subsidies available for schools to support the so called mobilities. In the research part the dissertation attempts to determine correlation between the size or type of a school and its succes rate in retraining programmes or its engagement in mobilities. The selected research sample consists of secondary schools from the Moravian-Silesian region. The selection of the topic was influenced by the objectives defined in the strategic document "ET 2020" (Education and Training 2020). The first defined goal of this document is "to implement lifelong learning and mobility into learning". KEYWORDS: Youth in action Agency, NAEP Agency, ET 2020, school mobilities, national qualification system, Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme, school networks, UNIV project, validation and...

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